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1 Northwest Missouri State University All-Employee Meeting August 21, 2013

2 Meeting Segments 1)Introduction and welcome 2)A visit with Dr. Muriel Howard, president of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) 3)Comments from Dr. Jasinski

3 Welcome to our new employees! Terry Allen Sports Field Groundskeeper Facility Services Creed Beverlin Groundskeeper Facility Services

4 Welcome to our new employees! Nola Bond Vice President, Human Resources Human Resources Leslie Bowman Secretary Professional Education

5 Welcome to our new employees! Jennifer Bucy Financial Analyst Controller’s Office Joy Budine Instructor/Early Childhood Teacher Leet Center for Children and Families

6 Welcome to our new employees! Alisha Campbell Assistant Professor Natural Sciences James Campbell Assistant Professor Natural Sciences

7 Welcome to our new employees! Jamie Campbell Lecturer Humanities and Social Sciences Brett Chloupek Assistant Professor Humanities and Social Sciences

8 Welcome to our new employees! Summer Christensen Assistant Professor Professional Education Jaime Collins Office Manager Booth College

9 Welcome to our new employees! Ashley Davis Assistant Professor English and Modern Languages Suzanne Decker Residential Counselor Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing

10 Welcome to our new employees! Jeston Dulin Lecturer English and Modern Languages Terra Feick Coordinator for Access Services Academic and Library Services

11 Welcome to our new employees! Marshall Fey Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations and Communications Athletics Deborah Flugrad Second-Grade Instructor Horace Mann

12 Welcome to our new employees! Robert Fulton Beef Production Technician Agricultural Sciences Edward Gibson Coordinator of Intercultural Affairs Intercultural Affairs

13 Welcome to our new employees! Christopher Hardin Complex Director, Hudson/Perrin Residential Life Joseph Haughey Assistant Professor English and Modern Languages

14 Welcome to our new employees! Larry Hicks Lecturer Agricultural Sciences Grady Hilsabeck Groundskeeper Facility Services

15 Welcome to our new employees! Nigel Hoilett Assistant Professor Agricultural Sciences Keisha Holtman Admissions Specialist Admissions

16 Welcome to our new employees! Dominic Hurst Officer University Police Department David Kiene Assistant Professor Professional Education

17 Welcome to our new employees! Koeun Kim Assistant Professor Professional Education Jamie Kwon Residential Counselor Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing

18 Welcome to our new employees! Na Li Assistant Professor Mathematics, Computer Science and Information Systems Kathryn Machovsky Scholarship and Outreach Specialist Financial Assistance

19 Welcome to our new employees! Anthony Maly Campus Activities Coordinator Campus Activities Susan Manning Custodian Facility Services

20 Welcome to our new employees! Sam Mason Development Sales Underwriting Associate KXCV Andrea Mason Third-Grade Instructor Horace Mann

21 Welcome to our new employees! Salena Matheny RN Wellness Services Rex McAliley Assistant Professor Natural Sciences

22 Welcome to our new employees! Jay McGhee Assistant Professor Natural Sciences Rita Million Director of Nursing Program Natural Sciences

23 Welcome to our new employees! Dee Moore Outreach Education Coordinator Outreach Ashley Pregeant Office Manager Teaching and Learning Center

24 Welcome to our new employees! Ryan Reed Assistant Professor Humanities and Social Sciences Greg Rich Assistant Professor Professional Education

25 Welcome to our new employees! Michael Rivera Part-time Custodian Facility Services Kevin Romig Assistant Professor Humanities and Social Sciences

26 Welcome to our new employees! Cindy Rumpf Project Assistant: Curriculum and Instruction Northwest Regional Professional Development Center Buck Scheel Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach/Instructor Athletics

27 Welcome to our new employees! Jessica Schmidt Executive Secretary Academic and Library Services Helen Schroeder Assistant Professor Mathematics, Computer Science and Information Systems

28 Welcome to our new employees! Donella Sherry Project Assistant: Curriculum and Instruction Northwest Regional Professional Development Center Angela Smith Outreach Public Relations and Program Coordinator Outreach

29 Welcome to our new employees! Michael Smith Head Women’s Basketball Coach Athletics Eddie Smith Instructor Mathematics, Computer Science and Information Systems

30 Welcome to our new employees! Brandon Stanley Chief Officer of Marketing and Design University Relations Kathryn Strickland Assistant Professor/Director of Bands Fine and Performing Arts

31 Welcome to our new employees! Mel Tjeerdsma Director of Athletics Athletics Matthew Trussell Small Business and Technology Development Center Director SBTDC

32 Welcome to our new employees! Bobby Tso Lecturer Fine and Performing Arts Patricia Van Cleave Fourth-Grade Instructor Horace Mann

33 Welcome to our new employees! Robert Voss Assistant Professor Humanities and Social Sciences Timothy Wall Associate Professor Professional Education

34 Welcome to our new employees! Sharri Wallace Custodian Facility Services Patricia Warner Instructor Natural Sciences

35 Welcome to our new employees! Jeremiah White General Maintenance I Facility Services Sue Wood Assistant Professor Professional Education

36 Welcome to our new employees! Denise Workman Budget Analyst Controller’s Office

37 Freshmen put down roots at tree- planting ceremony Northwest welcomes 43 new employees and 1,200+ freshmen Northwest receives USDA grant to aid regional meat producers Reflections (sampling!) August

38 Reflections September Northwest named 2013 Military Friendly School Northwest celebrates opening of Leet Center for Children and Families Northwest, Maryville partner on Fourth Street Improvement Project Allison Hoffmann recognized with advising, teaching awards Dr. Stephen Town authors book about British compositions Northwest, Maryville community mourns loss of Tomarken Smith Upward Bound Math/Science receives competitive funding renewal Northwest and North Central Missouri College celebrate state’s first reverse transfer agreement Dr. Joe Kreizinger named recipient of Governor’s Award for Excellence in Education

39 Student Senate organizes Bearcat Restoration projects to assist community Dr. Anthony Olson releases a set of recordings dedicated to piano melodramas on a CD, titled “The Melodramatic Pianist” Alumna Mary Margaret Gantt Perry leaves Northwest a $186,000 bequest for scholarships, technology enhancements KZLX is a finalist for national broadcasting awards Reflections October Delta Chi fraternity rejuvenates house, celebrates bonds with alumni No. 7 Northwest knocks off No. 1 Pittsburg State during rain-soaked Fall Classic at Arrowhead

40 Northwest unveils virtual tour to offer added views of campus CIE welcomes Missouri Moisture Analyzers Bearcat Advantage created to provide out-of-state students in-state rates Student employment program highlighted by U.S. Department of Education Northwest announces largest gift in athletics history Carl and Cheryl Hughes’ $100,000 gift for TDC dedicated to improving student success Reflections November

41 Northwest awards degree to Bryce Webb one day before his deployment Northwest awards 459 degrees during winter commencement Northwest refunds its housing system revenue bonds and will experience a net savings of $8.6 million SBTDC announces creation of 21 new businesses; assistance creating or retaining 357 jobs in northwest Missouri Reflections December Board supports entire wireless network upgrade 112 employees recognized for years of service Northwest cuts energy consumption by 26 percent in December

42 Northwest receives grant to build community garden Dr. Aaron Johnson elected to VP role in earth sciences honor society Madraliers perform at music educators conference for second consecutive year Northwest cheerleaders earn third national title in four years Students give Northwest high marks in national engagement survey Reflections January

43 Gov. Nixon visits Northwest, touting sustained excellence for meeting five out of five metrics for the Performance Based Funding Model Regents approve dining services contract Dr. Dwight and Sandra Maxwell set up a bequest to assist science students CIE welcomes technology start-up BlurPort LLC Reflections February

44 Northwest named to Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll The Northwest Missourian, Tower yearbook capture national honors Forensics team places in top 10 at national tournament, Gabbi Ray is individual national champion Board approves market adjustment for faculty and staff Reflections March

45 Student Engagement Center opens in Student Union Northwest students take lead in Mozingo rebranding, grand reopening Inaugural Academic Celebration recognizes student achievements, donor support Athletics department unveils new family of logos Men’s tennis claims fourth consecutive MIAA conference championship; Rosewell named Coach of the Year Reflections April

46 Northwest awards diplomas to record 708 students during spring commencement ceremonies Northwest ranks among top 5 energy-conserving universities in national competition ’75 alumnus Richard Allman announces a deferred estate gift worth more than $500,000 to establish art scholarship Reflections May 72.2 percent of Northwest students scored at the 50th percentile or higher on the Gen Ed assessment, compared to 60 percent the previous year Placement rate for 2013 is 97.4 percent compared to 95 percent one year ago

47 New smartphone app gives Northwest community instant access to emergency plans, resources 61 students receive diplomas from Missouri Academy Board of Regents unanimously approves FY14 budget, with 2 percent cost-of-living adjustment for all Northwest employees ’87 alumnus Mitchell Akers announces six-figure deferred estate gift to endow scholarship fund for social science education and history majors Northwest is one of four institutions invited to submit a proposal for a National Science Foundation grant facilitated by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities and the John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education Reflections June

48 Alumni Michael and Linda Abildtrup provide funding for upgrades to University farm Dr. Alisha Francis named first director of new Teaching and Learning Center Alumni John and Kris Teale announce six-figure unrestricted gift to Northwest Reflections July

49 “Everyone’s a Recruiter” Taking it to heart

50 Welcome! Dr. Muriel Howard President American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU)

51 University-wide Strategic Priorities Strategic Planning Process/Plan Data Warehouse Strategic Enrollment Plan Comprehensive Campaign

52 Other Topics 1) College Completion Academy, National Science Foundation grant application 2) Faculty and staff satisfaction surveys 3) Student Engagement Center 4) Community 5) State issues

53 Convergence

54 Student Success Messaging At Northwest, we: 1)Expect personal responsibility 2)Value engagement (involvement and connection) 3)Ask for help 4)Strive to be resilient 5)Value general education

55 1 Discuss preliminary priorities 2 Campaign case statement development 3 Identify and interview top donor prospects 4 Campaign readiness assessment findings 5 Are we ready, and if so, for what? Comprehensive Campaign Readiness Assessment

56 Academic Excellence Learning Environment Scholarship & Student Support Baseline: Our 3 Pillars and Student Success Model

57 Comprehensive Campaign: Current State and Next Steps Northwest Foundation Board recommends we move forward Align planning, outcomes and projects Refine our case for support and package campaign priorities Cultivate lead donors and advance volunteers Grow internal participation via faculty and staff giving

58 Comprehensive Campaign $1.25 million+ gift Supporting academics! Drum roll please … Scholarships Learning Environment Enhancements Teaching and Learning Center

59 Comprehensive Campaign Learning environment enhancements

60 Being a Bearcat, Special Sauce and “End in Mind” What does it mean to be a Bearcat? End in Mind: Student Voice What is our special sauce? How do I contribute to this cultural ingredient? Reflections of Northwest Video

61 In Case of Crisis A smartphone application for emergency preparedness is now available to the Northwest community

62 Download instructions Download the “In Case of Crisis – Education” app at the Apple store or Google Play Launch the app, scroll through the intro screens and click on “Get Started” Click on the “+” symbol in the upper right corner to add a plan Locate and select Northwest Missouri State University Choose the Northwest Missouri State University plan to download to your phone

63 Welcome back picnic, tonight! (bring your family)

64 New tradition: March to the Tower Join us Sunday at 3:45 p.m. (immediately following New Student Convocation) Fireworks Sunday evening

65 Prizes! Green - Northwest parking pass Red - Northwest insulated cup Blue - Northwest car shade Orange - Northwest USB wall adaptor Purple - Northwest USB car charger

66 Have a productive and invigorating fall trimester, Bearcats!


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