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1 Siena College Faculty Meeting September 14, 2009

2 Agenda Introduction of New Faculty US News and World Report, NSSE Results Phi Beta Kappa Middle States, Assessment, Strategic Planning Core/Foundations Update, Future Communications

3 Agenda Introduction of New Faculty US News and World Report, NSSE Results Phi Beta Kappa Middle States, Assessment, Strategic Planning Core/Foundations Update, Future Communications

4 Welcome Faculty! Introductions of New Faculty Jim Nolan, Dean—School of Business Ralph Blasting, Dean—School of Liberal Arts Karen Quaal, Dean—School of Science Gary Thompson, Director—Standish Library

5 Agenda Introduction of New Faculty US News and World Report, NSSE Results – Jon Enriquez Phi Beta Kappa Middle States, Assessment, Strategic Planning Core/Foundations Update, Future Communications

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7 NSSE Year Mean Comparison NSSE Category Level of Academic Challenge (LAC) First-Year (Freshmen) Seniors Active and Collaborative Learning (ACL) First-Year (Freshmen) Seniors Student-Faculty Interaction (SFI) First-Year (Freshmen) Seniors Enriching Educational Experiences (EEE) First-Year (Freshmen) Seniors Supportive Campus Environment (SCE) First-Year (Freshmen) Seniors

8 NSSE Year Mean Comparison

9 Agenda Introduction of New Faculty US News and World Report, NSSE Results Phi Beta Kappa – Ayisha Lovell Middle States, Assessment, Strategic Planning Core/Foundations Update, Future Communications

10 Phi Beta Kappa Oldest and most widely known academic honor society Excellence in the liberal arts and sciences About 10% of the nation’s colleges and universities have a chapter (276 institutions) At least 10% of art and science faculty must have gained Phi Beta Kappa distinction Lengthy application due November 1, 2009

11 Phi Beta Kappa Application review based on Siena’s ability: To recruit and retain good students To prepare students for graduate study To make appropriate academic demands on those enrolled, including opportunities for honors studies To develop and maintain faculty whose preparation and scholarly activity give evidence that they are able to establish and assess those demands To maintain financial resources sufficient to support the college’s academic programs To take precautions to prevent issues of governance, athletics, religion or politics from subverting the integrity of the college’s dedication to liberal learning

12 Agenda Introduction of New Faculty US News and World Report, NSSE Results Phi Beta Kappa Middle States, Assessment, Strategic Planning – Penelope Brunner Core/Foundations Update, Future Communications

13 MSCHE Periodic Review Report June 1, 2009, Periodic Review Submission August 3, External Reviewer Report August 11, Financial Reviewer Report September 1, Institutional Response Submission November 1, Reaffirmation Letters Updates: MS in Accounting Core and Foundations Capital Campaign Financial Contingency Fall Enrollment Assessment Program (Accreditation)

14 Assessment Updates College Learning Goals School Learning Goals Departmental Learning Goals Assessment Measures in Place Administrative Assessments Assessment Measures in Place (Assessment)

15 Strategic Planning Review of Unit Goals (Academic and Administrative) Formation of Strategic Planning Committee Draft Goals AY (Strategic Planning)

16 Agenda Introduction of New Faculty US News and World Report, NSSE Results Phi Beta Kappa Middle States, Assessment, Strategic Planning Core/Foundations Update, Future Communications – Linda Richardson

17 Core/Foundations Committee Structure Deadlines for Decisions –October 27, 2009 –April 10, 2010

18 Future Plan for Communications


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