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2 Welcome 1.Approval of the Minutes of the January 20, 2006 Meeting 2.Introduction of New Faculty and Staff 3.Reports of the Standing Committees and Questions/Answers A.* Curriculum Committee – Jill May B.* International Education Committee – Charles Kline 4.New Business A.Reports of Offices and COE Related Entities (see attachments) 5.Dean’s Office Report to the Faculty 1.Associate Dean for Learning and Engagement 2.Associate Dean for Discovery and Faculty Development 3.Department Heads 6.Adjournment * Action Item Welcome 1.Approval of the Minutes of the January 20, 2006 Meeting 2.Introduction of New Faculty and Staff 3.Reports of the Standing Committees and Questions/Answers A.* Curriculum Committee – Jill May B.* International Education Committee – Charles Kline 4.New Business A.Reports of Offices and COE Related Entities (see attachments) 5.Dean’s Office Report to the Faculty 1.Associate Dean for Learning and Engagement 2.Associate Dean for Discovery and Faculty Development 3.Department Heads 6.Adjournment * Action Item MEETING OF THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AGENDA Stewart Center Room 314, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Meeting, April 21, 2006 MEETING OF THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AGENDA Stewart Center Room 314, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Meeting, April 21, 2006

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5 Stephen David Assistant Dean for International Programs Office of the Dean Assistant Dean for International Programs Office of the Dean Profile: BA – English and History, 1982, University of South Africa STD – Senior High School Teachers Diploma, 1983, University of Western Cape BA – English, 1988, University of Western Cape PhD – English, 2001, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Areas of Scholarly Interest: Project Development and Management Globalization in Higher Education Culture and Diversity International Issues in Higher Education Race, Gender, and Sexuality He has previously held administrative positions at Technikon South Africa, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University in Melbourne, Australia, and at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Activities/Interests During his spare time, Dr. David enjoys reading and engaging in thoughtful conversations. He is also a very active participant in local community organizations. Profile: BA – English and History, 1982, University of South Africa STD – Senior High School Teachers Diploma, 1983, University of Western Cape BA – English, 1988, University of Western Cape PhD – English, 2001, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Areas of Scholarly Interest: Project Development and Management Globalization in Higher Education Culture and Diversity International Issues in Higher Education Race, Gender, and Sexuality He has previously held administrative positions at Technikon South Africa, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University in Melbourne, Australia, and at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Activities/Interests During his spare time, Dr. David enjoys reading and engaging in thoughtful conversations. He is also a very active participant in local community organizations.

6 Amy Maxwell Account Clerk Business Office Account Clerk Business Office Profile: BS 2002 - Purdue – Organizational Leadership & Supervision with an HR Concentration Areas of Scholarly Interest: Career Counseling & Organizational Development Personal Interests: Time spent with my husband and 3-year old son, snow skiing, reading, travel, watching HGTV and TLC. Lived in Lafayette since ‘98, originally from Danville, Illinois. Recent Experience: HR Director for local organization Profile: BS 2002 - Purdue – Organizational Leadership & Supervision with an HR Concentration Areas of Scholarly Interest: Career Counseling & Organizational Development Personal Interests: Time spent with my husband and 3-year old son, snow skiing, reading, travel, watching HGTV and TLC. Lived in Lafayette since ‘98, originally from Danville, Illinois. Recent Experience: HR Director for local organization

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8 Marcos Rivera Director of Diversity Initiatives Office of Diversity Initiatives Director of Diversity Initiatives Office of Diversity Initiatives Profile: Bachelor degree in Liberal Studies, Bowling Green State University Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling, Bowling Green State University Recent Experience: 13 years at Bowling Green State University... Co-Director for Student Academic Achievement, BGSU Assistant Director for Multicultural Affairs, BGSU Assistant Director for Academic Enhancement, BGSU Academic Advisor, Instructor and Student Organization Advisor, BGSU Areas of Scholarly Interest: Strategies for increasing freshman retention associated with the evolution of academic advising in a consumer driven culture. Retention strategies for historically underrepresented and first year undecided students. Personal Interests: Father of three children; loves to spend time with his family exploring outdoor recreation. A fan of basketball, baseball and Latin Jazz. Has an eclectic taste for music. Born in San Francisco but lived most of his life in Ohio. Profile: Bachelor degree in Liberal Studies, Bowling Green State University Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling, Bowling Green State University Recent Experience: 13 years at Bowling Green State University... Co-Director for Student Academic Achievement, BGSU Assistant Director for Multicultural Affairs, BGSU Assistant Director for Academic Enhancement, BGSU Academic Advisor, Instructor and Student Organization Advisor, BGSU Areas of Scholarly Interest: Strategies for increasing freshman retention associated with the evolution of academic advising in a consumer driven culture. Retention strategies for historically underrepresented and first year undecided students. Personal Interests: Father of three children; loves to spend time with his family exploring outdoor recreation. A fan of basketball, baseball and Latin Jazz. Has an eclectic taste for music. Born in San Francisco but lived most of his life in Ohio.

9 Sarah Craft Clerk Office of Professional Preparation and Licensure Clerk Office of Professional Preparation and Licensure Profile: BA, Summe Cum Laude, 2005 Theology: Pastoral Care with minor in Psychology - Oral Roberts University Attended Purdue University 1999-2001 Personal Interests: Outreach ministry, travel/missions, researching and deciding on a graduate program Recent Experience: Worked for Joyce Meyer Ministries/ St. Louis Dream Center Profile: BA, Summe Cum Laude, 2005 Theology: Pastoral Care with minor in Psychology - Oral Roberts University Attended Purdue University 1999-2001 Personal Interests: Outreach ministry, travel/missions, researching and deciding on a graduate program Recent Experience: Worked for Joyce Meyer Ministries/ St. Louis Dream Center

10 Marsha Slopsema Secretary Office of Advising and Recruiting Secretary Office of Advising and Recruiting Profile: BS, 1995 – Business Administration – Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems (MIS), Indiana State University Personal Interests: Enjoys spending time with her family, swimming and boating at their cottage on Lake Freeman, and exploring their new surroundings in the Lafayette community and schools Loves all animals, especially Lucy her Golden Retriever Husband Jim began working in ITaP as a Project Manager in November 2005. In January, Marsha and daughters, Catherine and Samantha, joined Jim, purchasing a home in Romney where husband grew up. Recent Experience: Academic Services Assistant – ISU Physics Department Profile: BS, 1995 – Business Administration – Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems (MIS), Indiana State University Personal Interests: Enjoys spending time with her family, swimming and boating at their cottage on Lake Freeman, and exploring their new surroundings in the Lafayette community and schools Loves all animals, especially Lucy her Golden Retriever Husband Jim began working in ITaP as a Project Manager in November 2005. In January, Marsha and daughters, Catherine and Samantha, joined Jim, purchasing a home in Romney where husband grew up. Recent Experience: Academic Services Assistant – ISU Physics Department

11 Jill May Curriculum Committee Jill May Curriculum Committee

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17 Charles Kline International Education Committee Charles Kline International Education Committee

18 Reports of Offices and COE Related Entities

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20 Purdue United Way THANK YOU! Says

21 Objectives for 2005-2006 –Complete “Branding” of teacher education at Purdue Sidney will report –Increase External Funding Jeff will report on this objective –Development – Achieve 2 nd Campaign Goal Early Jennifer Jeffries report –Finalize Unit Assessment Plan Work still in progress – Sidney will report –Develop COE Strategic Plan “metrics/data digest” Work still in progress Objectives for 2005-2006 –Complete “Branding” of teacher education at Purdue Sidney will report –Increase External Funding Jeff will report on this objective –Development – Achieve 2 nd Campaign Goal Early Jennifer Jeffries report –Finalize Unit Assessment Plan Work still in progress – Sidney will report –Develop COE Strategic Plan “metrics/data digest” Work still in progress

22 Objectives for 2005-2006 (cont.) –Increase diversity of faculty, staff & students and create a welcoming climate for all Faculty & staff participated in diversity workshops, other diversity activities pursued by faculty, however statistics show little change. Created position of Director of Diversity Initiatives in COE –Promote international programs Created position of Assistant Dean for International Programs, Signed MOU (Netherlands) & Letter of Intent (China) –Complete search for CRESME Co-director Search still underway –Develop approved plan for P-12 Engagement Center Nearing completion of planning process Objectives for 2005-2006 (cont.) –Increase diversity of faculty, staff & students and create a welcoming climate for all Faculty & staff participated in diversity workshops, other diversity activities pursued by faculty, however statistics show little change. Created position of Director of Diversity Initiatives in COE –Promote international programs Created position of Assistant Dean for International Programs, Signed MOU (Netherlands) & Letter of Intent (China) –Complete search for CRESME Co-director Search still underway –Develop approved plan for P-12 Engagement Center Nearing completion of planning process

23 Other Accomplishments for 2005-2006 –Successfully completed 8 faculty searches With two other potential hires this year and with split positions COE faculty “turnover” for 06-07 year will be >12% –Moved up in U.S. New & World Report rankings of Colleges of Education Now ranked #46 –Launched PUPIL Susan Maller & Brian French –Awarded the James F. Ackerman Professor of Social Studies Education to Phil VanFossen Other Accomplishments for 2005-2006 –Successfully completed 8 faculty searches With two other potential hires this year and with split positions COE faculty “turnover” for 06-07 year will be >12% –Moved up in U.S. New & World Report rankings of Colleges of Education Now ranked #46 –Launched PUPIL Susan Maller & Brian French –Awarded the James F. Ackerman Professor of Social Studies Education to Phil VanFossen

24 Sidney Moon Associate Dean For Learning And Engagement Sidney Moon Associate Dean For Learning And Engagement

25 Goal: LEADERSHIP Key metrics for learning and engagement Key metrics for learning and engagement Enhanced diversity emphasis Enhanced diversity emphasis Improved awards systems Improved awards systems Center proposal and implementation plan Center proposal and implementation plan GET program GET program PDS Synergy grants PDS Synergy grants Goal: P-12 ENGAGEMENT

26 Goal: TEACHER EDUCATION Goal: TEACHER EDUCATION Program Convener Council Program Convener Council Candidate assessment Candidate assessment Branding Branding Graduate Student Education Council Graduate Student Education Council Travel support (30 $150 awards) Travel support (30 $150 awards) New support program proposals New support program proposals Goal:DOCTORAL PROGRAMS

27 Jeff Gilger Associate Dean For Discovery And Faculty Development

28 New Programs or Announcements Forthcoming newsletter, Summer ‘06 New incentives and old incentives Graduate research training and research philosophy of the COE COE policy on conflict of interest for faculty review (electronic) Web site and “boilerplates” Form for requesting nonfederal support Form for requesting travel Forthcoming grant workshops PU Faculty Scholars nominations Any volunteers for an organized group towards a graduate training/post doctoral program? Web form for tracking your scholarship

29 Total Dollars (rounded hundreds of thousands) Awarded As Of The End Of March For Each Year Noted NonFederal Awards Federal Awards 03-04 04-05 05-06 Year 19 16 11 17 Number of Applications $

30 Total Dollars (rounded millions of dollars) Involving the COE All active, denied, and outstanding applications for the year 05-06 Actual dollar share owed to COE based on percent involvement for all active, denied and outstanding applications for the year 05-06 All currently active applications/awards Actual dollar share owed to COE based on percent involvement for all currently active applications/awards $

31 Jim Lehman Department Head Curriculum and Instruction Jim Lehman Department Head Curriculum and Instruction

32 C&I Activities 2005-06 LearningLearning –completed preparations for changes to the elementary block program for next year –completed an external review of the CFS Education program DiscoveryDiscovery –faculty published 5 books, 24 books chapters, 28 refereed journal articles, and made more than100 conference presentations

33 Discovery –launched the new Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning Engagement –impacted dozens of teachers and hundreds of students through programs such as Purdue Literacy Network Project and Ackerman Center Overarching –hired new faculty in English Education, Literacy and Language, Mathematics Education, and Social Studies C&I Activities 2005-06

34 Kevin Kelly Department Head Educational Studies Kevin Kelly Department Head Educational Studies 2005-2006 Highlights

35 Successful Faculty Searches Emily Bouck, Michigan State University, Special EducationEmily Bouck, Michigan State University, Special Education David Sears, Stanford University, Educational PsychologyDavid Sears, Stanford University, Educational Psychology Carrie Wachter, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Counseling & DevelopmentCarrie Wachter, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Counseling & Development Aman Yadav, Michigan State University, Educational PsychologyAman Yadav, Michigan State University, Educational Psychology

36 Discovery External funding more than doubled from 2004 to 2005External funding more than doubled from 2004 to 2005 Implementation of The Scientific Literacy ProjectImplementation of The Scientific Literacy Project –IES funded project The Counseling Psychology program is hosting the 2006 Great Lakes Counseling Psychology conference on April 28-29The Counseling Psychology program is hosting the 2006 Great Lakes Counseling Psychology conference on April 28-29 Major scholarly works published by Anne Knupfer and Sydney ZentallMajor scholarly works published by Anne Knupfer and Sydney Zentall

37 Learning Growth of international learning programsGrowth of international learning programs –School Counseling / Special Education collaboration with Fontys University in the Netherlands –Block II in South Africa in collaboration with University of Pretoria –Exploration of collaboration with Oxford University Inaugural offering of DISCOVER!Inaugural offering of DISCOVER! –An externally funded learning institute focused on gifted education & talent development Carole Pistole and Ala Samarapungavan appointed as Diversity FellowsCarole Pistole and Ala Samarapungavan appointed as Diversity Fellows Educational Studies became an Area of specialization within the American Studies program;Educational Studies became an Area of specialization within the American Studies program; –A. G. Rud and Ann Knupfer appointed as Affiliate Faculty

38 Engagement Implementation of ON TRACK! And ISSAS –Externally funded initiatives to serve the learning needs of middle school students PUPIL (Purdue University Psychometric Investigation Laboratory) now in operationPUPIL (Purdue University Psychometric Investigation Laboratory) now in operation Heather Servaty-Seib received a Community of Service Learning Faculty Development grantHeather Servaty-Seib received a Community of Service Learning Faculty Development grant

39 Awards Lyle Lloyd will receive an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Pretoria College of EducationLyle Lloyd will receive an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Pretoria College of Education Becky Mann received the 2005 National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Doctoral Student AwardBecky Mann received the 2005 National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Doctoral Student Award Jean Peterson received the 2005 NAGC Early Scholar AwardJean Peterson received the 2005 NAGC Early Scholar Award

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