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2 2 Our mission: As a leading research university with a distinctive commitment to undergraduate education, Rice University aspires to pathbreaking research, unsurpassed teaching and contributions to the betterment of our world. It seeks to fulfill this mission by cultivating a diverse community of learning and discovery that produces leaders across the spectrum of human endeavor.

3 3 Unique higher ed environment Extremely competitive Dynamic Slow and resistant to change Highly visible and scrutinized Extensively regulated Widespread sense of crisis and disruption

4 4 Forces reshaping higher education The economic outlook Competition for the best faculty, students, resources The state and federal outlook CPRIT Research funding Regulation Changing standards for higher ed Rising tuition and student debt Value questions: graduation rates, jobs Emphasis on STEM; liberal arts still vital CPRIT Research funding Regulation Rising tuition and student debt Value questions: graduation rates, jobs Emphasis on STEM; liberal arts still vital

5 5 Undergraduate admissions: Fall 2003 and 2013

6 6 As of Sep 2013 Source: Office of Registrar 2013 undergraduate entering class

7 7 For each year, only countries with 10 or more enrolled UGs each are identified. Source: Enrollment Data, Office of the Registrar Other includes 37 countries, Fall 2013 Enrolled international U ndergraduates

8 8 Affordability Sticker price: About $5,000 to $8,000 below most AAU peers FY 14: $51,941 tuition, fees and room and board (Rice) Percent of entering class with financial aid: about 60 percent Percent of entering class with Pell Grants Fall 2010: 15.2 percent Fall 2011: 16.7 percent Fall 2012: 18.7 percent Fall 2013: 14.6 percent Percent of graduating undergrads without student loans 2010: 61 percent 2011: 68 percent 2012: 70 percent 2013: 70 percent

9 9 Centennial Campaign Endowed Scholarships $106 million, including $83 million for undergraduate scholarships New or expanded programs Asian studies, Jewish studies, urban research, religious tolerance, global health and leadership, undergraduate business minor, sociology, master of accounting, teaching excellence, OwlSpark New research and classroom facilities Brockman Hall for Physics, biosciences, Klein Hall for Social Sciences, Anderson- Clarke Center for Continuing Studies and Moody Center for the Arts Campus improvements Brochstein Pavilion, Gibbs Recreation and Wellness Center, Tudor Fieldhouse, James Turrell Skyspace and other art, OEDK, Rice Chapel Colleges Duncan and McMurtry Colleges, Seibel Servery and Wilson House Alumni giving rate Total campaign: 60 percent FY 2013: 31 percent Goal exceeded: $1.1 billion raised

10 10 Capital projects and plans: Moving west

11 11 Projected completions Anderson Clarke Center (January 2014) George R. Brown tennis facility (April 2014) Klein Hall Post 2015 (depending on fundraising) Opera theater Moody Center for the Arts Football facilities Soccer and track pavilion Campus planning studies Infrastructure: tunnels, roads, PARKING, storm water Impact of land development strategies RMC Capital projects and plans: Moving west

12 12 V2C PNC The application of the V2C to the first decade of our second century Priorities for the new century

13 13 Priorities for the new century Campus infrastructure investments Administrative effectiveness and efficiency Strategic academic priorities

14 14 Strategic academic priorities Enhancing research Quality teaching and digital learning TMC relations and biosciences Energy and environment Arts initiative International engagement Entrepreneurial university SecondCentury

15 15 Quality teaching Center for Teaching Excellence: Josh Eyler, director Fellows: Lisa BalabanlilarRachel Kimbro Steven CoxKathleen Matthews Reto GeiserAlbert Napier Bridget GormanMarcia OMalley Jane Grande-AllenAnn Saterbak Michael GustinRichard Stoll Jason HafnerRobert Westbrook Matthias Henze Senate Committee on Teaching Rice MOOCs for edX and Coursera Rices Center for Digital Learning and Scholarship New developments

16 16 Rices digital portfolio On campus teaching Lecture capture (BA/BS, MS) Flipped classrooms (digital and face-to-face) Selected distance learning (MS, MBA) Beyond campus teaching MOOCs: edX (9 courses) and Coursera (17 courses) Support of teaching K-20: Multimode digital tests and curricula OpenStax: 5 of 25 books to reach more than 1 million college students and potential K-12 STEMscopes: K-12-only digital curricula reaching more than 1.5 million Texas students

17 17 #RiceWalkabout

18 18 Strategic initiatives

19 19 Learning outside the classroom Leadersh ip experience SA and college government Student organizations BIPP student forum Entrepreneurial experience Student-run businesses OwlSpark Internships More than 200 per year: BIPP, Leadership Rice, Sports Management, BCB and Social Sciences Research Rice 360 OEDK

20 20 From the SA: Our Rice, Our Vision Cultivate academic excellence Strengthen the Rice identity Preserve Rices accessibility Empower students to become dynamic scholars Expand the role of the residential college system Expand student life resources Promote wellness and balance Foster collaborative relationships Engage communities beyond the hedges Build innovative leaders

21 21 How are we doing? Leiden Ranking: Worlds top universities (2013) No. 1 in natural sciences and engineering No. 6 for all sciences US News & World Report (2014) Among top 20 national universities since 1988 Tied for No. 18 in 2014 ranking, down from No. 17 tie in 2013 Max Planck Society in Germany (2013) No. 1 for material sciences and chemistry No. 2 for engineering No. 4 physics and astronomy No. 8 in computer science Princeton Review (2014) (survey of students in 378 top universities) No. 1 best quality of life No. 2 happiest students No. 3 best-run colleges No. 5 great financial aid No. 6 their students love these colleges No. 10 best health services No. 10 for lots of race/class interaction (only AAU school in top 10) No. 12 best athletic facilities

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23 23 RICE R esponsibility, I ntegrity, C ommunity, E xcellence Values that define our culture and guide our behavior

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