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1. 2 Higher Education– A “Super Cluster” 3 Higher Education as an Industry Art Institute Lewis & Clark PCC PSU Reed Univ. of Portland Warner Pacific.

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2 2 Higher Education– A “Super Cluster”

3 3 Higher Education as an Industry Art Institute Lewis & Clark PCC PSU Reed Univ. of Portland Warner Pacific Western Business PNCA NCNM Providence Legacy OHSU Participating in the Survey:

4 4 Inputs and Outputs

5 5 “Knowledge Cities”- Benefits Pretty pics of knowledge cities

6 6 “Knowledge Cities” create: More rewarding and well paid employment Faster growth in community income and wealth A more sustainable economy Promotion of measured risk taking that helps build an entrepreneurial culture Firm connections between universities/enterprise/creators Leadership in cultural production and the culture industry Instruments that make knowledge accessible to citizens Access to the new communication technologies for all citizens Networks of connected schools Improved capacity to improve and repair the environment, and greater community commitment to pro-environment decision making

7 7 Examples of Knowledge Cities- pre designation and some results.

8 8 Next Steps If we agree this is a worthwhile project, then our next steps should be: Engage other institutions and gather their survey info. Finish database and integrate web tools and GPS modeling. Prepare support materials for “targeted industry” resolution. Continue research into outcomes of Knowledge Cities initiatives with impact data. ?

9 9 Thank You! (with graphic and quote about being stronger together)

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11 11 Data Slides Index 12. Institution ClassificationInstitution Classification 13. Financial StatusFinancial Status 14. Full-time/Part-time Employees Full-time/Part-time Employees 15. Employee in Salary RangesEmployee in Salary Ranges 16. Union AffiliationUnion Affiliation 17. Length of EmploymentLength of Employment 18. Research Funds and ResourcesResearch Funds and Resources 19. Percent that Complete a DegreePercent that Complete a Degree Program 20. Percent of Working StudentsPercent of Working Students 21. Percent Seeking Career ChangePercent Seeking Career Change 22. Percent that Return toPercent that Return to Improve Skills 23. Percent that remain in PortlandPercent that remain in Portland 24. Students as economic contributorsStudents as economic contributors 25. Land UseLand Use 26. Parking SpacesParking Spaces

12 12 Institutional Classification data index

13 13 Financial Status data index

14 14 Full-time/Part-time Employees data index

15 15 Employees in Salary Range data index

16 16 Union Affiliation data index

17 17 Length of Employment data index

18 18 Research Funds and Resources data index

19 19 Percent that Complete a Degree Program

20 20 Percentage of Working Students

21 21 Percent Seeking Career Change

22 22 Percent that Return to Improve Skills

23 23 Percent that Remain in Portland

24 24 Students as Economic Contributors data index

25 25 Land Use data index

26 26 Parking Spaces data index

27 27 Employment Categories index

28 28 Employment and Payroll Growth Annual Payroll Number of EmployeesPayroll Number of EmployeesPayroll Number of EmployeesPayroll Art Institute Lewis & Clark------$44,300,000 PCC $50,567, $87,925,386 $87,680,115 PSU------$156,797,926 Reed $5,802,760 -$12,112, $19,844,022 Univ. of Portland $31,000,000 Warner Pacific88$2,100,000 92$3,400, $5,500,000 Western Business------$3,000,000 PNCA $3,078,000 NCNM Providence $395,000,000 Legacy------$367,470,875 OHSU $663,000,000 TOTAL88$7,902,760 5,313$66,080,670 6,033$113,269,408 $1,776,670,938 index

29 29 index

30 30 index

31 31 Parking Enforcement index

32 32 Parking Enforcement index

33 33 Bike Transportation index

34 34 Modal Split index

35 35 Availability for Public Use index

36 36 Environment index

37 37 Campus Open Space index

38 38 Multiplier Effect index

39 39 Institutional Classification back index

40 40 Full-time/Part-time Employees back index

41 41 Length of Employment back index

42 42 Union Affiliation back index

43 43 Research Funds and Resources back index

44 44 Students as Economic Contributors back index

45 45 Land Use back index

46 46 Parking Spaces back index

47 47 Students as Economic Contributors continued back index

48 48 Employees in Salary Range back index

49 49 back


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