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1 Rick Stamper Interim Dean of the Faculty November 5, 2012 Prepared for the ABET Visit Team

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4 Total Enrollment: 2094 undergraduate students 87 graduate students

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6 Bachelor of Science Degrees:  Applied Biology  Biochemistry  Biomedical Engineering  Chemical Engineering  Chemistry  Civil Engineering  Computer Engineering  Computer Science  Economics  Electrical Engineering  Engineering Physics  Mathematics  Mechanical Engineering  Optical Engineering  Physics  Software Engineering Master of Science Degrees:  Biomedical Engineering  Chemical Engineering  Civil Engineering  Electrical Engineering  Engineering Management  Mechanical Engineering  Optical Engineering  Software Engineering

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8 Start of School: Opening Day Symposium Past Speakers: Richard Felder and Rebecca Brent: Engaging Multiple Learning Styles in the Classroom Norman Fortenberry Center for the Advancement of Scholarship on Engineering Education Karl Smith Advancing the Practice of Engineering Education

9 Start of School: Teaching Workshop  Annual 1.5 day workshop in August  First activity for new faculty joining Rose-Hulman  Fall 2012 Attendees:  18 new faculty  24 established faculty

10 Start of School: Teaching Workshop Topics in 2012  Who are our students  Student Cognitive Development  Writing Learning Objectives  Classroom Assessment Techniques  Writing Exams  Learning Styles  Active Learning  Motivating Our Students  Conflict Resolution  Feedback: Written and Verbal  First Day Fundamentals  Developing and Growing as a Teacher and Learner  How People Learn

11 Branam Innovation Center  16,000 ft 2 project space  Competition Teams:  EcoCar  Rose GPE (Formula SAE)  Rose High Efficiency Vehicle  Team Rose Motorsports  Concrete Canoe  Human Powered Vehicle  Robotics  Chemical Car

12 Human Powered Vehicle  Many strong finishes  Several awards for innovation, sportsmanship, and team spirit  Hosted the 2010-2011 ASME HPVC East at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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14 Rose-Hulman Ventures  Industry project center where students work on engineering projects as a paid intern for client companies  35,000 ft 2  14 full-time staff  50-80 students

15 Acell CLM Pallets Concordance Health Solutions Cook Inc. Cook Urological Cummins Cyan Optics Cybermetrix Healthcare Dow Emerson Climate Technologies Exide FAST Diagnostics GE Glas-Col Hologic LaKuna LyGo Midwest Compliance Labs MindFrame NICO Notre Dame Light Solution ON Semiconductor Peerless Pump Precision Planting Qi Systems RosE Portfolio SCP Simma Software Specialty Rims STIMULUS Engineering Synergy Health Thornberry GeoEstimator Treck Unlimited Juice Vextec Warden Throwing Device

16 February 2008: Client approaches Rose-HulmanVentures with an idea for a medical device to remove brain tumors

17 March 2008 ( 1 month after start ): Prototype completed to explore the concept

18 June 2008 (4 months after start ): Demonstration prototype completed 1 st cadaveric testing

19 August 2008 ( 6 months after start ): Clinical prototype completed 1 st patient treated in November 2008

20 March 2009 ( 13 months after start ): Client launches production

21 Market Reaction:

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23 Homework Hotline  Provided 13,950 hours of free mathematics and science tutoring in 2011-12  Total number of calls 11-12: 39,245  Online tutoring sessions 11-12: 1,574 (beginning Jan. 2012)  Busiest time: 7:00-7:29 p.m.  Busiest month: January 2010 (6,695 calls)  Most calls ever answered in an evening: 506  Most frequent questions in 2011-2012: Math (approx. 82%) Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry

24 Percopo Hall  Partnership between the Learning Center and Student Affairs  Six tutors live in Percopo Hall  Approach re-applied to Lakeside Residence Hall that opened in September 2012

25 Career Services  98% placement for those that graduated in May 2012  92% of AY1112 seniors had at least 1 internship or research experience  Top employers of Rose-Hulman graduates:  Caterpillar  Cook Medical  Cummins  Eli Lilly  Ford  GE  Halliburton  Interactive Intelligence  Microsoft  Schlumberger  Texas Instruments  UOP Honeywell  Average starting salary: $63,694

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27 Sports at Rose-Hulman  27 consecutive years with at least one Academic All-American: the longest streak in NCAA Division III and the 6 th longest among all US colleges  RHIT has led the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference in Academic All-Conference Student-Athletes every year since 2006.

28 So far Rose has been what Greg expected and is a great deal of hard work. He is doing well and just as importantly is happy. He and I also love football. We love the strategy of it, the coaching, the sport, playing and everything else about it. However, when I saw Greg this weekend he told me that his coaches were upset with him. We have been communicating regularly and have been following and going to the JV games and Varsity games and thought Greg was playing extremely well. It turned out his coaches were not upset with his playing ability but his calculus grades. As a parent I cannot express to you how important that is to me. Here we have a coach whose full time job is managing football players but has a stronger interest in their academics than there playing ability. The longest conversation Greg has had with his coaches is not about his playing but about his academics. Other schools talk about how academics are always more important than athletics but giving the conflicting interests it does not always work out that way.

29 So far Rose has been what Greg expected and is a great deal of hard work. He is doing well and just as importantly is happy. He and I also love football. We love the strategy of it, the coaching, the sport, playing and everything else about it. However, when I saw Greg this weekend he told me that his coaches were upset with him. We have been communicating regularly and have been following and going to the JV games and Varsity games and thought Greg was playing extremely well. It turned out his coaches were not upset with his playing ability but his calculus grades. As a parent I cannot express to you how important that is to me. Here we have a coach whose full time job is managing football players but has a stronger interest in their academics than there playing ability. The longest conversation Greg has had with his coaches is not about his playing but about his academics. Other schools talk about how academics are always more important than athletics but giving the conflicting interests it does not always work out that way.

30 So far Rose has been what Greg expected and is a great deal of hard work. He is doing well and just as importantly is happy. He and I also love football. We love the strategy of it, the coaching, the sport, playing and everything else about it. However, when I saw Greg this weekend he told me that his coaches were upset with him. We have been communicating regularly and have been following and going to the JV games and Varsity games and thought Greg was playing extremely well. It turned out his coaches were not upset with his playing ability but his calculus grades. As a parent I cannot express to you how important that is to me. Here we have a coach whose full time job is managing football players but has a stronger interest in their academics than there playing ability. The longest conversation Greg has had with his coaches is not about his playing but about his academics. Other schools talk about how academics are always more important than athletics but giving the conflicting interests it does not always work out that way.

31 So far Rose has been what Greg expected and is a great deal of hard work. He is doing well and just as importantly is happy. He and I also love football. We love the strategy of it, the coaching, the sport, playing and everything else about it. However, when I saw Greg this weekend he told me that his coaches were upset with him. We have been communicating regularly and have been following and going to the JV games and Varsity games and thought Greg was playing extremely well. It turned out his coaches were not upset with his playing ability but his calculus grades. As a parent I cannot express to you how important that is to me. Here we have a coach whose full time job is managing football players but has a stronger interest in their academics than there playing ability. The longest conversation Greg has had with his coaches is not about his playing but about his academics. Other schools talk about how academics are always more important than athletics but giving the conflicting interests it does not always work out that way.

32 So far Rose has been what Greg expected and is a great deal of hard work. He is doing well and just as importantly is happy. He and I also love football. We love the strategy of it, the coaching, the sport, playing and everything else about it. However, when I saw Greg this weekend he told me that his coaches were upset with him. We have been communicating regularly and have been following and going to the JV games and Varsity games and thought Greg was playing extremely well. It turned out his coaches were not upset with his playing ability but his calculus grades. As a parent I cannot express to you how important that is to me. Here we have a coach whose full time job is managing football players but has a stronger interest in their academics than there playing ability. The longest conversation Greg has had with his coaches is not about his playing but about his academics. Other schools talk about how academics are always more important than athletics but giving the conflicting interests it does not always work out that way.

33 U.S. News and World Report Ranking

34 Princeton Review 300 Best Professors

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37 Strategic Plan  Goal 1:Rose-Hulman will support and recognize excellence in teaching, learning, innovation, and intellectual growth - both in and out of the classroom.  Goal 2:Rose-Hulman will give students a vision of the breadth of their possible futures and will prepare them to achieve these futures.  Goal 3: Rose-Hulman will foster a culture of lifelong connection with all of our constituents.  Goal 4: Rose-Hulman will be a diverse, globally-connected, sought- after community in which to live, learn, and work.  Goal 5: Rose-Hulman will be a model of a fiscally sustainable and affordable private institution focused on science, engineering, and mathematics education.  Goal 6: Rose-Hulman will have global name recognition for the excellence of our education.

38 Goal 1:Rose-Hulman will support and recognize excellence in teaching, learning, innovation, and intellectual growth - both in and out of the classroom. Strategy 1A: Establish a named Innovation Fund to support creative, innovative, or timely new educational initiatives. Strategy 1B: Create an endowed Center for Technologically Enhanced Education to support development of online and hybrid courses and to support and inform all activities related to science, engineering, and mathematics education. Strategy 1C:Increase the number of ways Rose-Hulman supports, and recognizes excellence in teaching, professional development, and learning. Strategy 1D: Establish endowed faculty chairs to recognize and support excellence in scholarship, teaching, or professional skills. Strategy 1E:Construct a state-of-the-art, LEED-certified teaching and learning center to provide advanced classrooms and laboratories, as well as flexible spaces for projects.

39 Goal 2:Rose-Hulman will give students a vision of the breadth of their possible futures and will prepare them to achieve these futures. Strategy 2A: Convey the message to current and prospective students that a science, engineering and mathematics education can lead to a diverse range of futures that can positively impact the world. Strategy 2B: Provide students with instruction and experiences that will instill confidence in their science, engineering and mathematics fundamentals, professional and success skills, and ability to rise to difficult challenges. Strategy 2C: Require every Rose-Hulman student to have at least one meaningful international experience. Strategy 2D: Empower students with the skills required to deal with complexity.

40 Goal 3: Rose-Hulman will foster a culture of lifelong connection with all of our constituents. Strategy 3A: Establish a “Forever Rose” initiative to provide increased opportunities for alumni to partner with Rose-Hulman, from participating in recruitment and admissions to enhancing a culture of connectedness and philanthropy. Strategy 3B: Enhance and expand continuing education and other learning opportunities that can be offered on-line and in person to constituents. Strategy 3C: Coordinate constituent information to ensure accessibility and transparency, and to strengthen relationships with these constituents.

41 Goal 4: Rose-Hulman will be a diverse, globally-connected, sought-after community in which to live, learn, and work. Strategy 4A: Enhance the campus cultural environment of inclusiveness and achieve goals for the diversity of our student body, faculty, and staff. Strategy 4B: Provide more opportunities for community members to experience the world and its diversity. Strategy 4C: Become a globally connected community with a physical presence outside the United States. Strategy 4D: Be a great place to work and the employer of choice for prospective employees. Strategy 4E: Build a next generation, LEED-certified student life center that will include dining options, meeting space, student organization space, and informal gathering areas.

42 Goal 5: Rose-Hulman will be a model of a fiscally sustainable and affordable private institution focused on science, engineering, and mathematics education. Strategy 5A: Launch a comprehensive, five-year fundraising campaign, which will include specific goals for current, capital, and endowment support and a specific focus on student scholarship/financial aid support. Strategy 5B: Increase the percentage of average demonstrated student financial need met by 15% over the course of the next five years. Strategy 5C: Adjust the Institute’s revenue mix and cost structure to enhance significantly the affordability of a Rose-Hulman education and thereby strengthen the long-term sustainability of the Institute. Strategy 5D: Expand alternative educational offerings and revenue sources to support the core mission of the Institution.

43 Goal 6: Rose-Hulman will have global name recognition for the excellence of our education. Strategy 6A: Create and launch an integrated, strategic marketing plan to enhance recognition of Rose-Hulman’s excellence and accomplishments through both earned and paid media. Strategy 6B: Create “Ambassadorship Programs” to empower alumni, faculty, staff, and students to promote Rose-Hulman. Strategy 6C: Encourage and support faculty, staff, and students in activities that bring recognition to Rose-Hulman, such as assuming leadership roles in national and/or international academic and professional organizations.

44 Conclusion  unified sense of mission across the Institute focused on the student and engineering, math and science  look forward to having you help inform what we do and how we serve our students and society


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