Presentation on theme: "CALS Budget Overview CALS 101 budget losses (101= GPR and tuition) 20% over past 6 biennia 2011-2012 biennia - 3.89% Issues for discussion State."— Presentation transcript:
CALS Budget Overview CALS 101 budget losses (101= GPR and tuition) 20% over past 6 biennia 2011-2012 biennia - 3.89% Issues for discussion State investment in CALS research Internal reallocation and strategic planning
The Budget State GPR plus tuition Instruction Research Administration Extension Program revenue Federal formula funds F&A return Gifts and grants $42.5 Million $12.5 million $27 million $3.5 million $5.8 million $5.0 million $5.4 million $3 million $138 million Ends 6/30 Rolls over Ends 9/30 Ends 6/30 Rolls over Note: Numbers Approximate Only,
Strategies for Addressing Funding Gaps 1. Philanthropy Increased investment in the base budget Need-based aid to ensure access Fully endowed named professorships 2. Administrative streamlining Information technology - consolidation and aggregation Space management and reduction of leased space 3. Educational Innovation Rethink how we educate, academic structures 4. System and State Flexibilities Increased institutional autonomy 5. Conventional Sources Promote moderate but targeted tuition increases Sustain state support to leverage other funds
Proportion of 101, 104 budget by category % OF TOTAL TOTAL BUDGET100.00% FACULTY SALARIES49.17% ACADEMIC STAFF24.12% CLASSIFIED20.23% DOES NOT INCLUDE PROGRAM REVENUE BUDGETS OF $5,000,000 ON FUND 101 AND $933,797 ON FUND 104 SINCE THESE FUNDS WERE NOT SUBJECT TO BUDGET CUT
Our 101 budget In our101 budget is a very substantial portion of 101-4 (research) funds Most of this is for faculty / staff salary, but a portion is used for about 60 101-funded RAs 101-4 funds are historical and provided for us to meet our in-state research mission, roughly $5 million go to our Ag Research Stations and animal operations. No other college has such an allocation of 101-4 funding.
Actual reductions, 09-10 Departments and Centers$632,523 Across the board (50%) Ag Research Stations (20%) Centers and Institutes (20%) Ratio of 101-4 staff:faculty (10%) College Administration$211,468 Faculty loss$896,099 Other$53,218 Total$1,793,308
Process 2011-2012 biennium Discussion with Chairs and APC to begin the process Since 1980 we are down 120 faculty lines In CALS faculty do nearly all of the research submissions and teaching and a lot of undergrad advising. Decision to protect faculty lines. Request to departments, centers, administration to model a 10% and 15% reduction We asked for department plans that included confidentiality for staff We asked Human Resources to work with department chairs
Actual reductions, 11-12 UW-System (each year)$125,000,000 UW-Madison$47,500,000 CALS$1,677,533 Departments$880,491 Centers$50,443 College Administration$348,214 Ag Research Stations$310,169 Other$88,216 Faculty loss0
Actual reduction 2011-2012 For CALS APC- Not for Distribution
Faculty status 2010-2011 Retirements and resignations27 (yellow sheet) New hires20 (green sheet) WBI, 4; WID, 2; USDA, 2; DNR, 1; Ext, 1; Strategic 1 Retention$121,655 Compression equity$62,124 Standard equity$64,115 Promotions$58,584 other$15,032 Total$321,510 Start up packages$100,000 - $1,000,000
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