5 Impact Strong and Rising Initiated stark majority of SOEs press coverage in-state, beginning to garner national press and educational organization attention Fully indexed in ERIC, LEXIS-NEXUS is also interested Numerous national conference presentations Increasing number of journal publications and book chapters People know what CEEP is!
6 Expanding Our National Influence Primary evaluation consultants to several US ED programs –Teaching American History –School Leadership –Transition-to-Teaching –Parent Information and Resource Centers –NCES Recent inroads with IN and GA Depts of Health
7 Expanding our Global Influence Exploring collaboration possibilities in China and Africa Assistance to IUs area studies centers Assistance to IUs accreditation preparation, which focuses on international connections Visiting Korean scholar and new Chinese graduate assistant next year
10 Students Employed as Research Associates or Graduate Assistants *Does not include TERC or NAEP
11 Community Participation Talks to IU Mini-university,Leagues of Womens Voters, Marion County COY, IACTE, Indiana Leadership Forum, among other groups Continued participation in state policy development Assistance to state-level professional groups IU faculty and administrators increasingly calling on CEEP for assistance –Area studies centers, biology, chemistry, IU accreditation, major SOE and campus proposals
18 Cost-saving Measures Renegotiated building lease (good) Renegotiated copier leases (good) Renegotiated cleaning contract (good) Consolidated receptionist and travel/purchasing positions (good) Renegotiated facilities cost-recovery formula (good) Improved technology purchasing (good) Escaped from balance scorecard system (good) Received $156,000 from SOE to help with overhead (good) Fewer research associates and project associates, leading to higher workloads (bad)