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1 Student Engagement Task Force Cindy Horn and John Thorp, Co-Chairs December 15, 2005

2 Collective Good: Campus Administrative personnel and offices Administrative personnel and offices First-year students:0.14 First-year students:0.14 Seniors:0.37 Seniors:0.37 Participated in physical fitness activities Participated in physical fitness activities First-year students:0.09 First-year students:0.09 Seniors:0.04 Seniors:0.04 Attending campus events and activities Attending campus events and activities First-year students:-0.07 First-year students:-0.07 Seniors:-0.04 Seniors:-0.04 Tutored or taught other students (paid or voluntary) Tutored or taught other students (paid or voluntary) First-year students:-0.17 First-year students:-0.17 Seniors:-0.09 Seniors:-0.09

3 Collective Good: Campus Worked with faculty members on activities other than coursework Worked with faculty members on activities other than coursework First-year students: First-year students: Seniors:-0.07 Seniors:-0.07 Attended an art exhibit, gallery, play, dance, or other theatre performance Attended an art exhibit, gallery, play, dance, or other theatre performance First-year students: First-year students: Seniors:-0.27 Seniors:-0.27

4 Collective Good: Campus Events Programming Events Programming Event Scheduling Event Scheduling Publicity Publicity Classroom and Co-curricular Connections Classroom and Co-curricular Connections

5 Events Programming Yearly Common Theme Yearly Common Theme Front-load programming budgets at least year in advance Front-load programming budgets at least year in advance Scholarship assistance for student programmers Scholarship assistance for student programmers Acknowledge and reward faculty participation in programming Acknowledge and reward faculty participation in programming

6 Events Programming Expand opportunities to “do rather than view” Expand opportunities to “do rather than view” Invite more faculty participation in programming annual events Invite more faculty participation in programming annual events Develop long-term Arts and Lectures programming policy Develop long-term Arts and Lectures programming policy Centrally coordinate all arts, lectures, entertainment programming Centrally coordinate all arts, lectures, entertainment programming

7 Events Scheduling Create Co-Curricular electronic calendar category Create Co-Curricular electronic calendar category Establish two or three Signature Events per semester Establish two or three Signature Events per semester Coordinate scheduling policy for venues campus wide Coordinate scheduling policy for venues campus wide Create Events Office/Official Create Events Office/Official

8 Events Office/Official Centralized location for scheduling, implementing structured policy to prevent event overlapping Centralized location for scheduling, implementing structured policy to prevent event overlapping Mandatory usage. Strong administrative direction from Vice Presidents’ offices to ensure compliance. Mandatory usage. Strong administrative direction from Vice Presidents’ offices to ensure compliance. Appoint advisory committee from Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, University A and M to develop policy and hear appeals. Appoint advisory committee from Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, University A and M to develop policy and hear appeals. Events scheduled at least one semester in advance. Events scheduled at least one semester in advance.

9 Publicity Increase faculty classroom announcements of events Increase faculty classroom announcements of events Increase use of office staffs and UREC to promote signature events Increase use of office staffs and UREC to promote signature events Publicize events to students through FACEBOOK Publicize events to students through FACEBOOK Develop college specific systems for information dissemination Develop college specific systems for information dissemination Centralize design and production of publicity materials. Use academic programs, e.g. marketing, visual design, technical communication Centralize design and production of publicity materials. Use academic programs, e.g. marketing, visual design, technical communication

10 Classroom – Co-Curricular Program co-curricular events at least a semester in advance to allow for inclusion in required course activities. Program co-curricular events at least a semester in advance to allow for inclusion in required course activities. Reward faculty for integrating co-curricular events as required course activities. Reward faculty for integrating co-curricular events as required course activities. Reward participation in, as well as sponsorship of, co-curricular events Reward participation in, as well as sponsorship of, co-curricular events Create systematic faculty involvement in residence life programming. Create systematic faculty involvement in residence life programming. Expect universal participation in creating an engaged campus Expect universal participation in creating an engaged campus

11 Community, State, Nation Community service or volunteer work Community service or volunteer work First-year students:-0.22 First-year students:-0.22 Seniors:-0.14 Seniors:-0.14 Participated in a community-based project as part of a regular course Participated in a community-based project as part of a regular course First-year students:-0.24 First-year students:-0.24 Seniors:-0.26 Seniors:-0.26 Voting in local, state, or national elections Voting in local, state, or national elections First-year students:-0.36 First-year students:-0.36 Seniors:-0.33 Seniors:-0.33 Practicum, internship, field experience, co-op experience, or clinical assignment Practicum, internship, field experience, co-op experience, or clinical assignment First-year students:-0.04 First-year students:-0.04 Seniors:-0.28 Seniors:-0.28

12 Community, Nation, State Institutionalize voter registration as permanent feature of student life Institutionalize voter registration as permanent feature of student life Increase # of academic programs requiring volunteer service Increase # of academic programs requiring volunteer service Increase # of programs requiring service- learning Increase # of programs requiring service- learning Increase FCTL training in engagement activities Increase FCTL training in engagement activities Explicitly link internships with “Engaged Campus” pillar of vision statement. Explicitly link internships with “Engaged Campus” pillar of vision statement.

13 Diversity Encouraging contact among students from different economic, social, and racial or ethnic backgrounds Encouraging contact among students from different economic, social, and racial or ethnic backgrounds First-year students:-0.11 First-year students:-0.11 Seniors:-0.06 Seniors:-0.06 Had serious conversations with students of a different race or ethnicity than your own Had serious conversations with students of a different race or ethnicity than your own First-year students:-0.41 First-year students:-0.41 Seniors:-0.10 Seniors:-0.10 Had serious conversations with students who are very different from you in terms of their religious, political, or personal values Had serious conversations with students who are very different from you in terms of their religious, political, or personal values First-year students:-0.40 First-year students:-0.40 Seniors:-0.03 Seniors:-0.03 Understanding people of other racial and ethnic backgrounds Understanding people of other racial and ethnic backgrounds First-year students:-0.29 First-year students:-0.29 Seniors:-0.16 Seniors:-0.16

14 Diversity Examined the strengths and weaknesses of your own views on a topic or issue Examined the strengths and weaknesses of your own views on a topic or issue First-year students:-0.50 First-year students:-0.50 Seniors:-0.24 Seniors:-0.24 Tried to better understand someone else’s views by imagining how an issue looks from his or her perspective Tried to better understand someone else’s views by imagining how an issue looks from his or her perspective First-year students:-0.51 First-year students:-0.51 Seniors:-0.28 Seniors:-0.28

15 Diversity Discussed ideas from your readings or classes with others outside of class Discussed ideas from your readings or classes with others outside of class First-year students:-0.30 First-year students:-0.30 Seniors:-0.39 Seniors:-0.39 Included diverse perspectives in class discussions or writing assignments Included diverse perspectives in class discussions or writing assignments First-year students:-0.47 First-year students:-0.47 Seniors:-0.43 Seniors:-0.43 Learned something that changed the way you understand an issue or concept Learned something that changed the way you understand an issue or concept First-year students: First-year students: Seniors:-0.43 Seniors:-0.43

16 Diversity Understanding yourself Understanding yourself First-year students:-0.21 First-year students:-0.21 Seniors:-0.42 Seniors:-0.42

17 Diversity More fully utilize Rankin Center as a “public” space for debate and discussion More fully utilize Rankin Center as a “public” space for debate and discussion Open Quiznos for late night food Open Quiznos for late night food Program midnight movies, poetry slams, debates… Program midnight movies, poetry slams, debates… Program on weekends Program on weekends Centralize arts, lectures, diversity offices and proposed events office/official in Rankin Center Centralize arts, lectures, diversity offices and proposed events office/official in Rankin Center

18 Diversity Develop a university diversity policy Develop a university diversity policy Coordinate diversity efforts currently done by Academic Senate Diversity Committee, Arts & Sciences Diversity Counts! initiative, Diversity Incidence Team, and Office of Minority Affairs. Coordinate diversity efforts currently done by Academic Senate Diversity Committee, Arts & Sciences Diversity Counts! initiative, Diversity Incidence Team, and Office of Minority Affairs. Create a diversity initiative in each academic college to address faculty and staff recruitment, curriculum transformation, pedagogical development, and student recruitment. Recognize and reward those responsible for and involved in this effort. Create a diversity initiative in each academic college to address faculty and staff recruitment, curriculum transformation, pedagogical development, and student recruitment. Recognize and reward those responsible for and involved in this effort.

19 Diversity Fully resource the Jim Crow Museum, develop Sara Baartman Room, utilize ISAR Archives Fully resource the Jim Crow Museum, develop Sara Baartman Room, utilize ISAR Archives Make General Education central to a Ferris education Make General Education central to a Ferris education Fast-track creation of state-of-the-art Student Union Fast-track creation of state-of-the-art Student Union

20 Off-Campus Winter 2006 administration of NSSE will include off-campus cohort Winter 2006 administration of NSSE will include off-campus cohort Internal surveys indicate need for career development programming. Internal surveys indicate need for career development programming.


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