Presentation on theme: "Date: October 15, 2010. AASCU July 30, 2011 Faculty Roles and Rewards Shared Governance and Administrative Transparency in the New Normal."— Presentation transcript:
Date: October 15, 2010
AASCU July 30, 2011 Faculty Roles and Rewards Shared Governance and Administrative Transparency in the New Normal
AASCU July 30, 2011 William J. McKinney Chief Academic Officer Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Robert A. Barrett Professor, Information Systems Presiding Officer, IPFW Senate Stanley W. Davis Chair & Professor, Accounting & Finance IU Speaker, IPFW Senate
American Association of State Colleges and Universities July 30, 2011 Portland, Oregon Who is IPFW? Red Balloon is Working! What is a Mastodon?
Who is IPFW ?
Prior to 1964 IU & PU offered programs in F.W. Combined campus in 1964 As we started: Two of everything (including two Senates) 3,000 students in 1964 One 4 year degree in 1965 Athletics in a high school gym Formal merger of campus administration (1975) One Senate formed – Who will lead? Regional Campus with Purdue University(IUPUI)
Today at IPFW ? One of three Purdue Regional Campuses 5 th largest university in Indiana (50K alumni) 14,192 students in fall of 2010 (+ in 2011) 424 full-time faculty 0ver $10 million awards in 2010 Over 200 degrees offered (B.S. & Masters) NCAA Division I (16 sports) (5 at APR 1000) Commuter campus (with 1,200 in housing) Carnegie Community Engagement award (2011) Northeastern Indiana leading university Leaders group started in 2003
Academic Achievements MAJOR SCHOLARSHIPS & HONORS Laurie Bell, Director Indentify, Guide, and Mentor IPFW Most Outstanding Students Preparation for Major Scholarships Competition Goldwater & Truman Scholarships NEW ACADEMIC INITIATIVES CONTINUUM ART GALLERY College of Visual & Performing Arts Operated & Managed by IPFW Alumni Artists Feature Artwork by Graduates and Students Also Local Artists and From Around the World Contributing to Revitalization of Downtown CENTER FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION Doermer School of Business Receives 2010 Peter V. Harrington Award Indiana Council for Economic Education Professor John Kessler Otto Chang, Professor & Dean Downtown Dental Clinic Re-opened Lafayette Street Dental Clinic Expanded Services Dental Education Program at IPFW College of Health and Human Services Dental Hygiene, Assisting, & Laboratory Students STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES $1.2 Million TRIO Grant, U.S. Dept. of Education (5 years) Assist Low-income, First Gen. Students, Disability Individuals Ken Christmon, Associate Vice Chancellor Adds to Our Retention Program 140 Students each year National Science Foundation Engineering Department $ 691,450 Grant Support Graduate Students Wireless Technology Center Systems Engineering Center SWEETWATER World-renowned leader in the music industry Music Technology Program with Department of Music IPFW Graduates will be, first and foremost accomplished musicians IPFW Graduates will also have a high level in technology
Focused Academic Initiative BACCALAUREATE FRAMEWORK Know A depth of knowledge in your field and a breadth across multiple areas Value Personal Integrity and ethical action Think Resourceful critical thinking and problem-solving Apply Life-long application of knowledge using appro9priate technologies Communicate Effective communication skills with multiple media Lead Citizenship and leadership in diverse communities
Comprehensive Initiative BACCALAUREATE FRAMEWORK GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM ASSESSMENT L E A P Liberal Education Americas Promise
The IPFW Red Balloon Project Led by VCAA Bill McKinney With the Collaboration of the 3 Senate Leaders Foster Learning and Create Knowledge
Promotion & Tenure Assessment Student Evaluations IU Regional Student Blueprint Report Electronic/Computing Future at IPFW Scholarship of Engagement IPFW in the New Normal Red Balloon Initiatives 2010/2011 Re-imagining IPFW’s Academic Future
IPFW Senate Committee Structure Senator Only Committee Membership: Educational Policy Committee Executive Committee Faculty Affairs Committee Indiana University Committee on Institutional Affairs Nominations and Elections Committee Purdue University Committee on Institutional Affairs Student Affairs Committee University Resources Policy Committee Note: Key administrators serve on these committees
IPFW Senate Committee Structure Faculty Membership Subcommittees: Academic Computing and Information Technology Advisory Subcommittee Academic Personnel Grievance Committee (Purdue) Athletics Subcommittee Budgetary Affairs Subcommittee Calendar Subcommittee Campus Appeals Board Continuing Education Advisors Subcommittee Curriculum Review Subcommittee Development Studies Subcommittee General Education Subcommittee Grade Appeals Subcommittee Graduate Subcommittee Note: 1. Administrators serve on some of these subcommittees 2. Students serve on some of these subcommittees
IPFW Senate Committee Structure Faculty Membership Subcommittees: Honors Program Council Indiana University Committee on Institutional Affairs Indiana University Faculty Board of Review International Services Advisory Subcommittee Library Subcommittee Professional Development Subcommittee Promotion and Tenure Subcommittee Note: 1. Administrators serve on some of these subcommittees 2. Students serve on some of these subcommittees
How Red Balloon Works 4 Major Components: Starts with an open forum/workshop of faculty & administrators Leads to a working committee of expertise in the area where needed Initiatives/changes/recommendations will be sent to Senate committees/administration Outcomes will be faculty based for implementation with administration support
Opening Review Session Blackboard for All George Mehaffy Event Day Assessment Targeted Faculty Development (Mentoring) Red Balloon Initiatives 2011/2012 Re-imagining IPFW’s Academic Mission Future Topics
Innovation Topics High School Response Graduate Program Growth Entrepreneurial Spirit and Implementation Vision and mission of academic libraries in the 21 st Century Distance Learning “program/degrees” expansion implementation - High School Response- Undergraduate Educations - Graduate Program Growth- Entrepreneurial Spirit and Implementation - Vision and mission of academic libraries in the 21 st Century - Distance Learning “program/degrees” expansion implementation Red Balloon Additional Initiatives Re-imagining IPFW’s Academic Mission Future Topics
Opening Review Session Committee Reports from the 2010/2011 year IPAD Project Report VCAA / LEAP Update Planning for the 2011/2012 Events
AASCU July 28, 2011
American Association of State Colleges and Universities July 30, 2011 Portland, Oregon What is a Mastodon?
Mastodon bones (10,000 yr old) found 40 Miles North Geology Department excavated them from a farm 1970 IPFW looked for a mascot that was not tied to IU or PU Mastodon was chosen by students