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3 University Vision: be the world’s preeminent public comprehensive university, solving problems of world-wide significance University Mission: advance the well-being of the people of Ohio and the global community through the creation and dissemination of knowledge University Goals: Teaching and Learning. Research and innovation. Outreach and Engagement, Resources Stewardship University Discovery Themes: Health and Wellness, Energy and Environment, Food Production and Security University Metrics: Graduation and retention rates

4 Charge: To provide guidance and overall recommendations for the two-year transformational experience, particularly as it relates to programming and ensuring that student needs are met. Two Year Transformational Program Steering Committee

5 Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, Chair Vice President for Student Life Julie Anstine Administrative Director Assistant to President Molly Ranz-Calhoun Assistant Vice President for Student Life Dr. Wayne Carlson Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education Megan Conroy President, Inter-Professional Council Dr. T.K. Daniel Chair of Steering Committee Professor, College of Education and Human Ecology James Degraw President, Residence Halls Advisory Council Dolan Evanovich Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Planning Fred Fotis Assistant Vice President for Student Life Chief Housing Officer Vijay Gadepally President, Council of Graduate Students Dr. Timothy Gerber Professor and Secretary of University Senate Professor, School of Music Nick Messenger President, Undergraduate Student Government Dr. Gretchen Metzelaars Senior Associate Vice President Office of the Vice President for Student Life Bernie Savarese Interim Director of First Year Experience Undergraduate Admissions and First Year Experience Dr. W. Randy Smith Vice Provost for Academic Programs Academic Affairs Administration Tracy Stuck Assistant Vice President for Student Life Amanda Waples GAA – working on Masters – City and Regional Planning Ex-Officio Dr. Lance Kennedy-Phillips Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Student Life Kellie Uhrig Director, Marketing Communications Two Year Transformational Program Steering Committee

6 Charge: To envision best practices for generating faculty collaboration in university residential communities. To enhance the educational experience and the success of second-year students. Second Year Residential Faculty Group

7 Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston, Co-Chair Vice President for Student Life Dr. Timothy Gerber, Co-Chair Professor and Secretary of University Senate Professor, School of Music Dr. Ola Ahlqvist Director – Service-Learning Intiative Dr. Leslie Alexander Associate Professor, Department of History Dr. Mark Bender Associate Professor, Arts & Sciences Dr. T.K. Daniel Chair of Steering Committee Professor, College of Education and Human Ecology Dr. Vesta Daniel Professor, Arts and Sciences Dr. Jennifer Evans-Cowley Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Administration for the College of Engineering Dr. Lilian Fernandez Assistant Professor, Department of History Dr. Robert Gustafson Professor, College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Dr. Karen Hutzel Assistant Professor, Arts and Sciences Dr. Susan Jones Associate Professor and Section Head Higher Education and Student Affairs Program Dr. Scott Levi Associate Professor, Department of History Dr. Thomas McDow Assistant Professor, Department of History Dr. Antoinette Miranda Associate Professor, Department of History Dr. David Stetson Associate Professor, Arts and Sciences Dr. Matt Stoltzfus Lecturer, Arts and Sciences Dr. David Tomasko Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education in Student Services Dr. Thomas McDow Assistant Professor, Department of History Dr. Linn Van Woerkom Associate Vice Provost and Director for University Honors & Scholars Professor, Department of Physics

8 Projected Funding Outline for Experiential Stipend Program – Summary Phase 1 PILOT Year 2013 Phase 2 PILOT Year 2014 Phase 3 PILOT Year 2015 Final Phase Year 2016 (100%) Final Phase Year 2017 (80%) Second Year Students 2,000 3,000 4,600 7,000 5,600 Experiential Stipend per Participant $ 2, Experiential Stipend Total $ 4,000, $ 6,000, $ 9,200, $ 14,000, $ 11,200, Faculty Participants Faculty Research Budget per Participant $ 2, Faculty Research Budget Total $ 200, $ 250, $ 400, $ 500, $ 450, Professional Staff Mentorship Participants Professional Staff Mentorship Cost per Participant $ - $ 1, Staff Mentorship Total $ - $ 45, $ 150, $ 82, Faculty Meal Plan $ 8, $ 10, $ 17, $ 21, $ 19, Program Staff Central (TOTAL per YEAR) Program Staff Central Total (includes salary, benefits, and operations) $ 33, $ 137, $ 139, $ 273, Program Staff Student Life TOTAL per YEAR (REPURPOSED) Program Staff Student Life Total (includes salary, benefits, and operations) $ 294, $ 298, $ 303, $ 307, Total $ 4,536, $ 6,696, $ 10,104, $ 15,253, $ 12,333, Total Central $ 4,241, $ 6,398, $ 9,801, $ 14,945, $ 12,025, Total Student Life Repurposed $ 294, $ 298, $ 303, $ 307,733.00


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