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1 Celebrating 30 Years of the USF COPH 2014 State of the College Presentation November 10, 2014

2 State of the College Overview Our People Transforming the MPH and Other Academic Matters Translating Translational Research Enhancing System Capacity Sustainability Reflecting on our Past 30 Years Looking Ahead

3 About the College Strategic Vision 2022

4 Our People Goal: The USF COPH will create an atmosphere that embraces diversity, fosters a sense of community & collegiality, encourages life-long learning, and supports faculty and staff in their quest to fulfill their professional goals while contributing to the mission and overall success of the College

5 Our People A Year of Transitions The past year has seen the departure of several members of the COPH family…… – Eric Buhi, Associate Professor, CFH – Wendy Nembhard, Associate Professor, EPB – Hamisu Salihu, Associate Professor, EPB – Alan Sear, Associate Professor, HPM – Heather Stockwell, Professor & Chair, EPB – Deanna Wathington, Associate Professor, CFH & Associate Dean

6 Our People A Year of Transitions But we welcome many more to the family! – Claudia Aguado Loi, Research Asst Professor, CFH – Rays Jiang, Assistant Professor, GLH – Jennifer Marshall, Research Asst Professor, CFH – Richard Luque, Research Associate, GLH – Cheryl Vamos, Assistant Professor, CFH – Ronee Wilson, Research Asst Professor, EPB

7 Our People A Year of Transitions And more... – Melissa Bayley, Staff Assistant, GLH – Viviana Mendez, Research Support Specialist, HPM – Andre Easter, Biological Scientist, GLH – Ginny Macias, Staff Assistant, Academic & Student Affairs – Peter Nasseri, Fiscal & Business Specialist, Dean’s Office – Alison Roth, Biological Scientist, GLH

8 Our People A Year of Transitions And more... – Laurelis Santiago, Sr. Biological Scientist, GLH – Suzy Siegman, Administrative Specialist, Dean’s Office – Coni Williams, Research Support Specialist, HPM – Amy Buie, Program Planner/Analyst, EOH – Meleine Desir, Academic Advisor, Undergrad Programs – Samantha Haylock, Assistant Director, Dean’s Office

9 Our People A Year of Transitions And more! – Thanh Le, Academic Advisor, Undergrad Program – Adam Marty, Safety & Health Consultant, EOH – Stephanie Melton, Assistant Program Director, Dean’s Office – Ashley Wingert, Program Planner/Analyst, Dean’s Office – Christopher Rice, Post Doctoral Fellow, GLH – Chengqi Wang, Post Doctoral Fellow, GLH

10 Our People A Year of Transitions Familiar Faces in New Roles – Rita Debate (CFH) named Associate Dean of Academic & Student Affairs – Kathleen O’Rourke (EPB) named Chair of the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics – Kay Perrin (CFH) named Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education

11 Our People A Year of Awards & Honors The past year has seen many of our outstanding faculty recognized for contributions to their academic fields – Dr. Russ Kirby (CFH) named USF Distinguished Professor – Dr. John Adams (GLH) named USF Health Distinguished Professor

12 Our People A Year of Awards & Honors ‒Ellen Daley (CFH) promoted to Professor ‒Wil Milhous (GLH) received the USF Research Achievement Award ‒Kay Perrin (CFH) received the National Riegelman Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Public Health Education

13 Our People A Year of Awards & Honors – Dennis Kyle (GLH) named Fellow of the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene – Yiliang Zhu (EPB) is a AAAS Science Technology & Policy Fellow – John Petrila (HPM) selected for the 33 rd class of Leadership Florida – Ricardo Izurieta (GLH) elected member of Academy of Sciences of Ecuador

14 Our People A Year of Awards & Honors – Bob Novak (GLH) received the Distinguished Service Award from the Society for Vector Ecology – Bill Sappenfield (CFH) received the 2013 Roy Pitkin Award for Research Excellence – Nicole Johnson (Dean’s Office) awarded the Tampa Bay Lightning Community Hero award – Karen Liller (CFH) selected “Super Professor” by Faculty Row

15 Our People A Year of Awards & Honors Our staff are recognized on campus as well – Anne Gallacher, Dean’s Office, USF Outstanding Staff Award – Rosemarie Sledge, Joel Velasco & Brian Kirk, Chiles Center, USF Outstanding Staff, Team Award – Ellen Kent, Outstanding Staff, Student Success – Jessica Grossman, GLH, elected to the USF Administrative Advisory Council

16 Our People Students Our students are as outstanding as our faculty – GLH USF Presidential Doctoral Fellow Sarita Panchang – COPH University Graduate Fellows Stacey Griner, CFHRachel Logan, CFH Vinta Sharma, CFHMalinee Neelamegam, EPB – New COPH fellows: Ngozichukwuka Agu, CFH Emily Dinh, GLH Charysse Kuan, EPBNicole Woodbury, HPM Emily Dinh, GLH

17 Our People Students We welcome students from around the world COPH has 237 international students, including 5 Fulbright Award recipients in GLH – Nompumelelo Mzizi, Swaziland – Aye Aye Nyein, Burma – Guffran Rostom, Mauritius – Rallya Telussa, Indonesia – Mandzisi Mkhontfo, Swaziland

18 Our People Our Alums are Making Their Mark Our alumni are doing great work – Joyonna Gamble-George, MPH & Katheryne Downes, MPH invited to attend the 64 th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany – Modupe Osinube, DVM MPH; Stephanie Kolar, PhD MSPH; Terrill Curtis, MPH named national Presidential Management Fellows – Isabella Chan wins 2013 Peter K New Student Research award from Society for Applied Anthropology

19 Our People Our Alums are Making Their Mark Our alumni are doing great work – Ryan Ortega’s solar sterilization product wins first in the 2 nd Annual Healthcare Innovation & Venture Student Competition – Christina Sudduth is one of twenty individuals from around the country selected to participating in the UN Advocacy Practicum on the status of Women

20 Our People Investing in Ourselves The College was able to re-establish our professional development awards this year FY 15 Faculty Professional Development Awards Russ Kirby, CFHKate Wolfe-Quintero, GLH Stephanie Marhefka, CFHLauri Wright, CFH Alfred Mbah, EPBYougui Wu, EPB Francis Ntumngia, GLH

21 Our People Investing in Ourselves FY 15 Staff Professional Development Awards – Somer Burke, HPM – Jessica Grossman, GLH – Jane Lundh, EPB – Melvin Nia, EOH – Heather Thomas, Dean’s Office

22 Our People Investing in Ourselves International Program Development Awards – Yiliang Zhu (EPB) & Wei Wang (EPB) – China – Ismael Hoare (GLH) & Marti Coulter (CFH) - Belize – Lauri Wright (CFH) - India – Kay Perrin (CFH) - Panama – Rita Debate (CFH) - England

23 Our People Investing in Ourselves Stay tuned for the spring announcements for more opportunities for those professional development opportunities Contributions to the COPH Faculty/Staff Scholarship fund provided support that helps our staff pursue their formal education. Last years recipients are: – Cathy BaSilva – Allison Oberne – Semiha Ahmedova

24 Our People Our Strength Length of Service – This year 25 faculty and staff were recognized for contributing 300 years of service to the College and University – We will celebrate them on Friday November 21 st at 3pm

25 Transforming the MPH Goal: Provide an MPH core education that is integrative, comprehensive, and interdisciplinary, while allowing for flexibility based on prior learning and professional development goals

26 Transforming the MPH After several years of work, we have launched the first pilot of our new Transformed MPH Core courses with 37 new MPH students from all five departments New core courses: – History & Systems (Fall 2014) – Population Assessment 1 (Fall 2014) – Population Assessment 2 (Spring 2015) – Translation to Practice (Summer 2105)

27 Transforming the MPH Special thanks to those who are participating on the Transforming the MPH committees – Kathleen O’Rourke, Rita Debate, Kate Wolfe- Quintero, John Petrila, Jaime Corvin, Jacqueline Wiltshire, Aurora Sanchez-Anguiano, Somer Burke, Karen Liller, Dina Martinez-Tyson, Hana Osman, Getachew Dagne, Alfred Mbah, Sandhya Srinivasan, Rene Salazar, Trudy Trail, Somer Burke, Pam Guevara, Korede Adegoke, Barbara Kennedy, Wei Wang

28 Academic Accomplishments Fall 2014 saw the launch of our revised DrPH program with 8 new students – New program includes online courses in Fall & Spring semesters – First summer institute for DrPH students June , 2015 First publication on revised compentency- based DrPH published in April in the American Journal of Public Health

29 Academic Accomplishments We will be launching in Spring 2015 an online MPH concentration in Social Marketing, becoming the COPH’s 7 th online concentration New undergraduate minors in Health Education, MCH and Nutrition Graduated our first cohort of students from the USF Institute for Translational Research in Adolescent Behavioral Health

30 Academic Accomplishments In the last year we…… – Graduated 223 graduate students – Graduated 351 undergraduate students – Taught 60,814 credit hours (more on this later..) This year to date we have…. – 766 Master’s degree students – 117 Doctoral students – 910 BSPH students

31 COPH Funded Enrollment Summary

32 Academic Accomplishments Online Education remains a critical component of our educational portfolio – Last year we taught more than 70% of our credit hours online, highest percent on campus – Academic inventory of almost 100 online courses – As part of the TMPH initiative, we are assessing our classroom and learning technology infrastructure to ensure they can support our new teaching methodologies

33 Academic Accomplishments Undergraduate Education at COPH – 96% of our BSPH students graduate within 5 years – Elected inaugural group of executive board members for UPHSA – Negotiated agreements with two community colleges – Numerous presentations, including ASPPH UG Summit, American College Health Association, FPHA, and at APHA this fall

34 Academic Accomplishments COPH is truly Global – Last year 100 COPH students traveled to 37 countries – We currently have 8 MI Peace Corps students in the field in 8 different countries – With the Panama Canal Authority, COPH hosted 100 th anniversary event to recognize role of public health in the building of the canal, and in the future growth of Panama – Upcoming study abroad programs for this year are planned for Panama, Malaysia, and South Africa

35 Translating Translational Research Goal: The USF COPH will be known as a leader of interdisciplinary, transformational research

36 Translating Translational Research By the Numbers…. —During the Past Three Years: Proposal submissions increased by 36% Proposal amounts increased by 50% Proposal awards represented 42% of requested funding —During FY COPH Effective F&A Rate was 19.6% The University Effective F&A was 18.7% —USF Research Achievement Awards Since (4GH, 3CFH, 1 EPI) of 56 Awarded Campus Wide and One New Nomination (CFH )

37 Translating Translational Research By the Numbers FY 13–14 saw COPH researchers generated over $25M in external funding – FY year to date, we have generated $17.9M COPH faculty submitted $61M in proposals last year – To date we have submitted 44 proposals for $21M

38 Translating Translational Research By the Numbers COPH faculty contribute significantly to F&A generation at USF – $3.02M in FY Total returns to the College this year have increased in turn – Total return to COPH of $594,681 for FY earned F&A – Effective return rate of 19.6%, up from 16.5% from last year

39 Translating Translational Research Highlights In a period of increasingly competitive funding, we have had a successful year competitively renewing our research centers – Julie Baldwin & Carol Bryant (CFH) received five years & $3.75M for the Florida Prevention Research Center – Tom Bernard and EOH faculty received another 5 years ($1.8M/year) for the Sunshine ERC

40 Translating Translational Research Highlights Global Health Infectious Disease Research Program, led by John Adams, Dennis Kyle, Tom Unnasch and Mike White have active awards in excess of $15M SafetyFlorida OSHA program is entering its 15 th year at USF And Jodi Ray and the Florida Covering Kids and Families team...

41 USF FL- CKF ACA Navigator Grant (HHS) YR % were year olds 29.3% were Hispanic Top languages spoken: English, Spanish, Creole, Arabic, Vietnamese, Hindi, Chinese USF FL- CKF ACA Navigator Grant (HHS) YR 2 Nearly 1M Enrolled in Florida – more than twice projected goal!

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43 Translating Translational Research Student Support COPH remains committed to the pursuit of training grants for student training and support – Sunshine ERC provides funding support to 27 COPH students, as well as students in Psychology & Nursing – MCH Training Grant is supporting five scholars

44 Translating Translational Research Highlights COPH Faculty & Students work highlighted at the Florida Public Health Association’s annual meeting – FPHA Award for “Most Innovative Research”: Anisha Prabhu, Diana Guterreza-Meza, Griocele Castanares, Jacqueline Perez, Peggy Defray, Stephanie Oriol, Dr. Jaime Corvin – FPHA Award for “Most Informative Poster”: W. Oh, James Kukat, Tobi Oluwatobi, Daniel Ramon, Arturo Rebollon, Dr. Jaime Corvin

45 Translating Translational Research Impacting the Field The Center for Transdisciplinary Research in Women’s Health involved in two nationally recognized women’s health activities: – ASPPH published Integrating Women’s Health into Schools of Public Health Curricula, recognizing Ellen Daley (CFH) as a national women’s health curriculum expert – The Women’s Health Project, teaming students from COPH with those from Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy in Public Sector Medicine clinics, was recognized in a report from the Office of Women’s Health of DHHS

46 Translating Translational Research Impacting the Field Research is about more than just dollars received – it requires the dissemination of knowledge to impact public health practice COPH faculty continue to do their part to advance the field over the past year, including – 276 publications in professional journals – 192 presentations at national & international conferences, meetings & workshops

47 Translating Translational Research Impacting the Field Tom Unnasch (GLH) named Chair of the Transition Task Force for the WHO/World Bank African Program for Onchocerciasis Control Jacqueline Wiltshire (HPM) appointed to FL DOH Alzheimer’s Disease Research Grant Advisory Board Dennis Kyle (GLH) appointed to Expert Scientific Advisory Committee for the Medicine for Malaria Venture

48 Translating Translational Research Impacting the Field Carla VandeWeerd (CFH) invited to join IOM’s Clinical Effectiveness Research Innovation Collaborative Marie Bourgeois (EOH) is President-elect for the Southeastern Section of the Society of Toxicology Sheri Eisert (HPM) named as part of VA National response to Ebola through the Personal Protective Work Team Stream

49 Translating Translational Research Investing in Ourselves COPH re-established our Interdisciplinary Research Development Grants in Fall 2014 An open application process resulted in a number of new applications currently under review Past investment in internal awards of almost $800,000 resulted in a ROI of over $4.4M in new external awards

50 Enhancing System Capacity Goal: The USF COPH will be recognized as a leader in promoting public health system capacity locally, statewide, nationally and internationally

51 Enhancing System Capacity Over the last year, COPH faculty and staff provided training to over 38,000 professionals around the world We also are looking ahead to the next generation of potential public health leaders – Rene Salazar (EOH) coordinated 3 public health pipeline programs, exposing 30 high school students to the field of public health

52 Enhancing System Capacity Improving Communities The Harrell Center continues to work as part of the Hillsborough County Violence Prevention Collaborative Florida Prevention Research Center’s “Better Bites” evidence-based program widely accepted in Kentucky and now Pinellas County Work closely with DOH to co-sponsor community engagement mini grant awards (five $10,000 awards) in Tampa Bay

53 Enhancing System Capacity Improving Capacity Abroad Under the leadership of Carol Bryant (CFH), the College was recognized as a PAHO/World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Social Marketing and Social Change to Address Non-Communicable Diseases This is the College’s first WHO Collaborating Center and a significant accomplishment for the advancement of our role in impacting global health

54 Enhancing System Capacity Improving Capacity Abroad Ricardo Izurieta (GLH) successfully led the GIS Applied to Infectious Diseases and Health workshop in Ecuador Arlene Calvo (CFH) currently offering the 4 th Diplomado in Clinical Research in Panama At the request of PAHO and the Ministry of Health in Grenada, Ismael Hoare (GLH) developed the National Human Resources for Health Policy for Grenada

55 Enhancing System Capacity Leaders in the Community COPH faculty are leaders in the community & their professional fields – Russ Kirby (CFH) elected Councilor on the Board of Directors of the American College of Epidemiology – Jill Roberts (EOH) represents USF as a member of Food Protection Partnerships of Florida – Lauri Wright (CFH) selected as an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Media Spokesperson

56 Sustainability Goal: The USF COPH will develop and maintain academic and financial practices and a physical environment that will ensure the sustainability of the College through 2022 and beyond

57 Sustainability Budget Overview FY represents year two of USF’s three year plan to address its budget issues Things are better but we still have budget rules driven by the Y2 plan – Still have an E&G/CF spending cap – No restrictions on overhead funds and an increase in F&A return over prior years – Prior year cash in AO funds still frozen except for self-funded programs, student fee accounts like ETA

58 Sustainability Budget Update COPH requested and received additional budget authority for this year. – Total E&G authority of $20,685,360 – Reflects an increase of $3.8M over last year Additional budget requested was to support faculty recruitments, student support, facilities enhancements, and other operational needs

59 Sustainability Budget Sources FundProjected Budget E&G$20,685,360 Auxiliary Programs$3,377,993 Foundation (principle + operating)$6,936,554 RIA$4,251,305 Grants$15,205,489 Convenience Accounts$1,114,271 HPCC/Continuing Education$2,100,000 Total$53,670,972

60 Sustainability Base Budget vs Spending Cap While we have a spending cap, the total budget is a combination of base budget, tuition revenue, and cash reserves – Spending Cap: $20,685,360 – Base E&G Budget: $13,628,221 – Delta: $7,057,139

61 Sustainability Base Budget vs Spending Cap This means we are accessing $7M of our cash, including a combination of prior year funds we couldn’t spend as well as current year tuition collections This model is moving us to spending what we generate annually, rather than the year after the tuition is generated

62 Sustainability Performance-Based Funding As you know, the BOG now only allocates new funds based on ten PBF metrics – University Access Rate (Pell Grants) – Academic Progress Rate (freshmen retention) – FTIC 6-year Graduation Rate – % Bachelor’s Degrees without Excess Hours – Number of Postdoctoral Appointees

63 Sustainability Performance-Based Funding ten PBF metrics continued…. – % Bachelor’s Grads Employed and or Continuing Education 1-year post-graduation – Median average full-time wages of bachelor’s grads employed in Florida 1-year post-graduation – Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded in Areas of Strategic Emphasis – Graduate Degrees Awarded in Areas of Strategic Emphasis – Average cost of undergraduate degrees to the Institution

64 Sustainability Budget Update The increase in budget this year has allowed us to address many of our facility needs – You are sitting in our newly remodeled auditorium – We upgraded the computer labs – We will begin renovating the bathrooms in the COPH building later this fall – We will be updating the AV equipment in our classrooms – We will be assessing other facility needs to ensure we offer the best environment for teaching and research possible

65 Sustainability Faculty Recruitments With the “unfreezing” of the majority of our resources, we were allowed to recruit new faculty Searches launched last year in EPB and HPM well underway now In addition, College leadership reviewed proposals from departments for new faculty positions Criteria based on department and college strategic goals for teaching and research

66 Sustainability Faculty Recruitments Agreed upon searches include the following positions: – Social Epidemiology, Tenure Track Associate/Full Professor, EPB – Social Epidemiology, Tenure Track, Assistant Professor, EPB – Global Health Management & Practice, Assistant/Associate Professor, Teaching Pathway, HPM & GLH

67 Sustainability Faculty Recruitments Global Health Genomics & Legal/Ethics, Teaching Pathway, Assistant/Associate Professor, HPM & GLH EOH Research Translation to Practice, Tenure Track, Assistant/Associate Professor, EOH Nutrition, Instructor, CFH Health Education, Tenure Track, Assistant Professor, CFH

68 Sustainability Faculty Recruitments Health Education, Teaching Pathway, Assistant Professor, CFH Global Health Practice, Tenure Track, Assistant Professor, GLH Big Data & Research Methods, Tenure Track, Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, HPM Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for Teaching Innovation & Quality Enhancement, Tenure Track, TBD department

69 Sustainability Strategic Investments College leadership will continue to look for opportunities to invest in our faculty, staff and students, including: – Support for study abroad programs and other international opportunities for students – Opportunities to enhance our use of technology – Increased funding for graduate assistant positions – Ensuring an infrastructure to implement our strategic plan

70 Sustainability Promoting What We Do Under the guidance of Natalie Preston, the College has its first office focused on marketing and promoting the College’s activities Over the past year, we have updated the Monday Letter format, begun implementing new web site structures & design, improved our focus on marketing for student recruitment, helped us develop our “Passion”, and begun re- connecting with our alumni.

71 Sustainability Promoting What We Do Thank you Natalie, Rocky, Dave and Infiniti for helping show the world what the College does!

72 Leaders in USF Health Not only are we leading the nation and our field, we have been instrumental in efforts to build the brand, culture and philosophy that is USF Health – The WELL – Shared Student Services – Increasing inter-professional learning opportunities – Increasing interdisciplinary research opportunities – Increasing community health improvement – Increasing external relations capacity – And yes, we will be downtown one way or another!

73 Looking Ahead Vision 2022 The College will continue to focus on implementing the strategic plan approved in Summer 2014 The Vision 2022 Oversight committee, including faculty assembly officers, plan champions, faculty, staff and students, will begin meeting to monitor the plan Regular reports will be generated for the COPH community More on the plan can be found at:

74 The Vision Now Our College of Public Health community will use its unique strengths and collective efforts to achieve prominence in advancing public health.

75 The Vision Then The Florida Legislature created the first College of Public Health in Florida, at USF in 1984 to train and support the public health workforce of the State of Florida 30 years later... well, you’ve just seen where we are! Strong, vital and growing ever more innovative

76 30th Anniversary The year will be marked with events and celebrations including: – Celebrate with us: Inaugural alumni awards presented on April 4 as part of National Public Health Week – Connect with us: #usfcophrocks! tour stops at APHA, in Atlanta, Chicago, & Washington, DC – Give to COPH: December 2 nd is Giving Tuesday, national day of online giving

77 30th Anniversary – Run (or walk) with COPH – join team #usfcophrocks! at Gasparilla in February – Unite with COPH – Cyber COPH communities on Facebook and LinkedIn (which has over 2,200 Bulls now!) are a good way to stay connected with the our students and alums – Visit the COPH – coph30.health.usf.edu for more news & events about this milestone year

78 30 th Anniversary

79 Thank you for being with me for the past ten of our 30 years I look forward to the next part of our journey With all this talent and all this passion, we can’t lose!!!


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