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Academic Affairs I.Welcome II.Budget Review and Update III.The Centennial Vision Unfurled IV.Evidence-Informed Planning V.Academic Master Plan Details.

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1 Academic Affairs I.Welcome II.Budget Review and Update III.The Centennial Vision Unfurled IV.Evidence-Informed Planning V.Academic Master Plan Details All Academic Affairs Meeting November 29, 2011

2 Budget Review and Update

3 AuthorizedBudget $101 M TuitionRevenueTarget (Fund 131) GeneralPurposeRevenue (Fund 102) Carryover Mechanics of Budget Reduction State of Wisconsin $101 M $94.1 M Salaries Benefits Utilities Services & Supplies Permanent Property Student Aid

4 TuitionRevenueTarget AuthorizedBudget GeneralPurposeRevenue $101 M $44.1 M $57.1 M (Fund 131) (Fund 102) Fiscal Year 11 (Fund 102) $57.1 M $5,969 9,566 FTE Tuition Increase/Budget Decrease TuitionRevenueTarget GeneralPurposeRevenue (Fund 131) (Fund 102) $59.4 M $34.7 M $59.4 M $6,297 9,438 FTE Fiscal Year 12 AuthorizedBudget $94.1 M (Fund 102)

5 Budget Update

6 Moving Forward

7 Academic Master Plan Quality through Quantity Quantity through Quality Wisconsin ranks 29 th in percentage of population with bachelor's degree.

8 Centennial Vision We will be the premier undergraduate learning community in the Upper Midwest, noted for rigorous, integrated, globally-infused, undergraduate liberal education, and distinctive, select graduate programs. rigorous globally-infused integrated distinctive select

9 The Centennial Vision Unfurled

10 Rigorous Education UW-Eau Claire will offer an education that intentionally uses high-impact experiences to promote deep learning. High-Impact Experiences (Kuh 2008) Time on Task Faculty & Peer Interaction Interaction with Diversity Frequent Feedback Connection to Real-World

11 Integrated Education UW-Eau Claire will offer an education that provides contextual and multi-perspective understanding. Rhodes 2010 Understanding and Disposition Synthesized Transferable Applied in Complex Situations Newell 2010 Immersive Confront New Perspectives Integrate Divergent Perspectives

12 Globally-Infused Education UW-Eau Claire will offer an education that recognizes and overcomes cultural and ethnic bias, challenges one’s world view, and connects one’s existence to the myriad of communities that comprise the global society. Hovland 2009 Infused Throughout Outcomes Progressively More Challenging (Developmental) Anchored Through Involvement with Diversity Applied to New Settings and Complex Global Problems

13 Distinctive and Select Graduate Programs UW-Eau Claire graduate programming will grow from our hallmarks of rigor, integration, and global understanding in areas of service and demand. “Extended-service” programming will grow from undergraduate programs where post-baccalaureate credential is expected “Market-driven” programming will grow in areas that serve significant and sustainable adult-returning, nontraditional student populations

14 Evidence-Informed Planning

15 Student Success Four-Year Graduation Rates Source: 2010 IPEDS

16 Equitable Success Source: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Source: 2010 IPEDS

17 Experience-Informed Degree Audit/Transcript Analysis

18 Program Array Sources: UW System OPAR, 2011 ACT MN/WI Graduate Poll

19 Academic Master Plan

20 Embed high-impact experiences into all university curricula. Reinvent pedagogy to connect with millennial learners. Establish a global competency component within the liberal education core curriculum. Recommit to equitable and pervasive student success. Recast faculty/staff performance criteria under the umbrella of university citizenship. Realign curricular program array to reflect cost, sustainability, and demand. Increase graduate, transfer, and adult-returning student enrollment. Implement a revenue-sharing model that incentivizes and rewards departmental engagement with the overall institutional health.

21 Opportunities AuthorizedBudget $94 M TuitionRevenueTarget (Fund 131) GeneralPurposeRevenue (Fund 102) Winter Session Salaries Winter Session Salaries Revenue Sharing Service & Supplies

22 Academic Master Plan Embed high-impact experiences into all university curricula. Reinvent pedagogy to connect with millennial learners. Establish a global competency component within the liberal education core curriculum. Recommit to equitable and pervasive student success. Recast faculty/staff performance criteria under the umbrella of university citizenship. Realign curricular program array to reflect cost, sustainability, and demand. Increase graduate, transfer, and adult-returning student enrollment. Implement a revenue-sharing model that incentivizes and rewards departmental engagement with the overall institutional health. Backfill new Education Building to create synergies and efficiencies.

23 Academic Master Plan Why? Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey Wisconsin ranks 29 th in percentage of population with bachelor's degree.

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