Presentation on theme: "Enrollment Management Fall 2011 Enrollment (at end of second week) –Total 7,455 –Undergraduate 5,635 –Graduate 1,820 –On Campus 6,658 (2.3% increase) –Off-campus/Distance."— Presentation transcript:
Enrollment Management Fall 2011 Enrollment (at end of second week) –Total 7,455 –Undergraduate 5,635 –Graduate 1,820 –On Campus 6,658 (2.3% increase) –Off-campus/Distance 799 (23.7% increase) –Number of New Freshman 1,103 Fall 2011 Enrollment Records (at first week) –Female Enrollment 1,655 –Hispanic Enrollment 178
International Affairs New International Student Orientation and Welcome Picnic FS2011 Orientation August 9, The International Affairs Office held Orientation for 182 New International Students. Welcome Picnic August 11, the International Affairs Office held a Welcome Picnic for all new International Students. The theme was Hawaiian Luau; there was great food, fun and games, all aimed at helping the new international student integrate into the campus/community.
International Affairs International Student Enrollment 219 new international students checked in as of 8/23/2011; new students are still arriving. Intensive English Program. 55 students are enrolled in the Fall 2011 Intensive English Program: 20 full-time, 35 part-time. Countries represented include China, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. International Affairs and Cultural & Leadership Programs co-sponsored a field trip to St. Louis Festival of Nations, August 27, Sponsored Students As of August 30 th, 31 new sponsored students enrolled, bringing the total sponsored students for fall semester 2011 to 263. More are expected to arrive for mid-term IEP. Thirteen (13) new sponsored students from The University of Botswana arrived August 5 th. Programming Celebration of Nations is scheduled for September 24, Local school outreach is underway.
Curators’ Teaching Summit A CERTI-sponsored luncheon series this fall with the Curators’ Teaching Professors: “Tac(k)tical Teaching: Strategies for Success in the Millennial Classroom,” Noon on Wednesdays, Sept. 14, Oct. 19 and Nov. 9 in St. Pat’s Ballrooms. Faculty Learning Communities CERTI and Educational Technology co-sponsor two Technology Faculty Learning Communities this fall “Using TurningKey for Testing,” noon, Sept. 9, 104 Centennial Hall “Using Tablets in Teaching,” noon, Oct. 14, 104 Centennial Hall e-CERTI Newsletter Fall 2011 issue, Celebrating teaching excellence in the classroom, Available online at Speech Communication Center, we have 129 signed up for our GTA Workshop FS This is 29 over our capacity. SDELC Activities Active team recruiting during Opening Week Team leader workshop Kummer Center presentation to Rolla Lions Club Transfer Transitions tour of Kummer Center (98 new students) Sophomore Welcome display Office of Undergraduate Studies
Freshmen Engineering - FE10 this semester will have16 smaller sections and the sections alternate weekly – 8 sections meet one week, the other 8 sections meet the following week, etc. The idea is to break the FE10 class into 8 sections of (mostly) student who placed into the remedial algebra courses and 8 sections of those who placed into higher math. We hope to incorporate programming and content to assist these two groups but to especially assist those in the lower level math to get connected, get a good start, and use the Math LEAD and tutoring to their utmost. Learning Enhancement Across Disciplines (LEAD) LEAD learning assistance (http://lead.mst.edu/assist) began during the second week of classes.http://lead.mst.edu/assist LEAD provides peer tutoring in 28 courses, from College Algebra to Thermal Analysis. Currently, 51 faculty in 13 degree programs run a record-matching 40 collaborative LEAD guided-learning centers for their courses from Financial Accounting and Structural Geology to Heat Transfer and graduate Classical Mechanics. To support this effort, LEAD employs and provides pre-professional training to 36 accomplished undergraduate peer learning assistants. Office of Undergraduate Studies
Office of Graduate Studies Prospective Grad Student Interview Recruiting Initiative is entering beta testing this fall. Total of 24 Thesis/Dissertation library copies were submitted during the month of August. 1 st week enrollment report indicates that we will exceed the graduate enrollment target of 1750.
Global Learning A series of on-line non-credit seminars have been developed for General Motors in areas such as: Coating Systems Programmable Logic Controllers Surface Pretreatment Surface Defects Paint Ovens and Abatement 10 Seminars have been delivered with 191 participants
Global Learning Distance and Continuing Education hosted approximately 700 young potential students in the following 2011Summer Camps. Jackling Intro to Engineering Aerospace Camp Computer Highly Interactive Programming Camp Robotics Camp EcoCAR Camp MoDOT Youth Transportation Camp
Office of Sponsored Programs Summary of FY11 activities and a year-over-year comparison are as follows: –Proposals awarded in total dollars: $43.2M (down 17.4%) –Number of proposals awarded and amendments: 292 (down 10.7%) –Proposals submitted in total dollars: $149.5M (down 42.3%) –Number of proposals submitted: 496 (down 6.1%) –Research expenditures: $45.9M (up 2.7%) –F&A recovered: $7.6M (down 1.3%) –Number of active awards: 593 (down 3.4%)
Technology Transfer & Economic Development Summary of FY11 activities and a year-over-year comparison are as follows: ‒ Disclosures Received: 32 (down 5.9%) ‒ Patent Applications Filed: 22 (down 15.4%) ‒ Patents Issued: 6 (down 50%) ‒ Licenses and Options Signed: 10 (up 11.1%) ‒ Royalty Income: $228K (down 46.8%)