Presentation on theme: "Education and Student Life Communication Forum March 5, 2013 Dr. Darlene Shaw Associate Provost for Educational Affairs and Student Life."— Presentation transcript:
Education and Student Life Communication Forum March 5, 2013 Dr. Darlene Shaw Associate Provost for Educational Affairs and Student Life
Agenda Wins – We Do Great Things Together Our Shared View about Why We’re Here Results of Your Hard Work ESL is the Best Place to Work We Care About Each Other What’s in the Pipeline to Keep Us Successful Questions & Answers
Wins – We Do Great Things Together Annual Report SACS Fifth Year Report LCME Wellness Center Membership Growth – Bobby Shaw CAE Hosted National Conference – Jennie Ariail
Wins – We Do Great Things Together Interprofessional Day 2013 Staff who participated as standardized family members for the second year students. Kristi AdamsSharon Gilliard Cheryl-Lyn Samuels Damon AmellaTom Hamm Liz Sheridan Pat CassanoKelli Jenkins Ashley Stuckey Jonathan CoultasWendy Littlejohn Stan Sulkowski Joy EricksonGeorge Ohlandt Elana Wells Melissa FreelandLarry Owens
Wins – We Do Great Things Together Interprofessional Day Facilitators for the first and second year student small groups: Damon Amella Amy Leaphart Willette BurnhamStan Sulkowski Laurie CharlesSuzanne Thomas Scotty Buff Geoff Freeman Mary Mauldin Liz Sheridan
Wins – We Do Great Things Together Interprofessional Day Staff who assisted with the day: Susan FoxMartha Lipton Dianne TerryTom Hamm Barbara BozarthLarry Owens Lisa Fennessey Damon Amella Jerone McDanielKyle Connelly Tim RoylanceWayne Stanley John RichardsonAnne Thompson Steven Zimmerman
Education and Student Life Welcome New Team Members Present Best Wishes! Jerone McDaniel Megan Brett
How long have you worked at MUSC? 4 years and 11 months First thing you notice about a person? Their eyes Favorite TV show? First 48 (love it!) Wins – We Do Great Things Together Have you met Monica Scott ? Unit: Student Health Ideal Vacation Spot? Virgin Islands
How long have you worked at MUSC? 8 years First thing you notice about a person? Smile Favorite TV show? Bones Have you met Melissa Freeland ? Unit: Enrollment Management Ideal Vacation Spot? Caribbean Wins – We Do Great Things Together
Our Shared View about Why We’re Here MUSC’s Vision: To be a leading and transformative academic health center ESL’s Shared Purpose or Vision: Provide the nation’s best learning environment for developing transformative health care leaders Our students will be able to change the world. We contribute by providing the best learning environment to help each of them develop the skills they will need to make the world a healthier and better place to live.
Results of Your Hard Work 2012 MUSC Student Satisfaction Presented by: Dr. Willette Burnham
Students value ESL services Percent of students that agree/strongly agree “This service is valuable to MUSC Students” Student Health Services 95% Writing Center 95% Center for Academic Excellence 94% CAPS 97% Student Programs 98% Wellness Center 99% Student Financial Aid 97%
Three year trends in student satisfaction with ESL services
Service-related goal: To provide students a supportive learning environment
Trends within units Unit “met my needs” is a question we ask of all students who reporting using the unit’s service 90% rate of agreement is the target LOTS OF WINS! – All units except for one met the target (and that one had 89% rate of agreement) – No unit showed declining trends from 2010 to 2012 – Student Health Service showed a positive trend on this item over time
Summary Student satisfaction with ESL services has been high overall, high within each college, and consistent over time Services provided by ESL are valued by students
ESL is the Best Place to Work! 2012 MUSC Employee Satisfaction Presented by: Dr. Suzanne Thomas
Response Rate 69% response rate for ESL (77 responses out of 111 invitations) 65% response rate for the university (501 responses out of 772 invitations) Excludes the College of Medicine, College of Pharmacy faculty and Finance & Administration
Big WIN for ESL On 75% (24/32) questions, ESL > MUSC Questions are grouped by theme for interpretation – Teamwork – Supervision – Global questions
What’s in the Pipeline to Keep Us Successful Guiding Principles to Address Budget Cuts Student Services, Job Preservation, Use of Technology Spreading our Wings/Broader Responsibility Advise Faculty Development across Campus University Homepage Working to Improve Community Health Wellness Center Integration with Clinical Side National Award Winning Programs – Healthy Charleston Challenge Childhood Obesity Prevention Program – Jr. Doctor’s Preventive Health Education for MUSC Students and Disadvantaged Teens – Student Health, Office of Diversity Interprofessional Education to Reduce Medical Errors Cares Clinic support MUSC Gives Back
Main Takeaways from Today’s Meeting 1.Results of Your Hard Work 2.ESL is the Best Place to Work! 3.We Care about Each Other
Education and Student Life Questions & Answers Announcements Thank you for your hard work! We are doing great things together!
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