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  1. Welcome Back!Faculty & Staff2009-2010

  2. Introduction of New Faculty Members

  3. Faculty Award Presentations

  4. School of Business & Technology

  5. Excellence in Scholarship Award Dr. Mary Rose Hart Assistant Professor Department of Business

  6. Excellence in Teaching Award Dr. Susan Chinburg Assistant Professor Department of Applied Technology

  7. Excellence in Service Award Dr. Vadym Kyrylov Associate Professor Department of Applied Technology

  8. School of Liberal Arts

  9. Excellence in Scholarship Award Dr. Sally Emmons-Featherston Associate Professor Department of English & Humanities

  10. Excellence in Teaching Award Dr. Hugh Foley Associate Professor Department of Fine Arts

  11. Excellence in Service Award Dr. Kevin Woller Associate Professor Department of Psychology, Sociology & Criminal Justice

  12. School of Mathematics, Science & Health Sciences

  13. Excellence in Scholarship Award Dr. Min Soe Associate Professor Department of Mathematics & Physical Sciences

  14. Excellence in Teaching Award Mrs. Carla Lynch Instructor Department of Health Sciences

  15. Excellence in Service Award Dr. William Hart Assistant Professor Department of Health Sciences

  16. Pixley Endowment for Excellence in Education Award Dr. Hugh Foley

  17. State of the University August 7, 2009

  18. Highlights – 2008- 2009 Budget – 2009 - 2010 Initiatives – 2009 - 2010

  19. Highlights 2008 – 2009

  20. Academics • New: B.S. in Business Administration – Forensic Accounting Option • New: B.S. in Business Administration – Manufacturing Management Option • Received accreditation of BS/N program by National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission (NLNAC) • 14 associate degrees and 15 bachelor degrees

  21. Academic Programs • Honors Program, 60 students • President’s Leadership Class, 47 students

  22. Success! Psi Chi SIFE Governor’s Cup

  23. Beyond the Classroom:Expanded Study Abroad Fine Arts Program, Montone, Italy Bioethics Program, Daejeon, Korea Brad Henry International Scholar, Swansea, Wales

  24. Distinguished Endowed Chairs O.D. Mayor Endowed Chair at Pryor Campus, Dr. Thomas Carment Sarkeys Endowed Chair, Dr. Vadim Kyrylov

  25. Faculty Body • Employed 11 new full-time faculty members in 2008-2009 • Hired five new full-time faculty members for 2009-2010 • 102 full-time faculty members, 63 percent with terminal degree

  26. Enrollment Fall 2008 3,913 students, increase of 0.26 % Spring 2009 3,771 students, increase of 3.83 % Summer 2009 1,301 students, increase of 9.79 % Fall 2009 DROP IN###### DAY BEFORE

  27. Restructured Enrollment Management • Admissions • Financial Aid • Registrar

  28. Facilities • Completed Centennial Center • Completed Pryor Campus Expansion • Renovation of Sixth Floor, Bartlesville Campus • Began expansion of Baird Hall

  29. Technology Wireless – Centennial Center Wireless – Bartlesville & Pryor Campuses, Preparatory & Herrington Halls New Computer Labs – Centennial Center, Pryor Campus, Student-Athletes Smart Boards – Pryor Campus IP-Based Security Camera System

  30. Men’s Basketball – No. 1! Women’s Basketball Baseball & Softball Men’s & Women’s Soccer Rodeo Cheerleading New: Men’s & Women’s Golf

  31. Private Fundraising RSU Foundation Net Assets, $7.9 million RSU Foundation Endowment, $5.3 million Named Scholarships, $3.7 million Gifts & Pledges, $1.7 million Pledges pending, $693,681

  32. Budget 2009 – 2010

  33. Total Projected Revenue State Appropriations $14,519,664 Tuition 8,619,937 Student Fees 3,642,592 Grants, Contracts & Reimbursements 658,505 Federal Stimulus Funds 1,128,952 Total $28,569,650

  34. Total Projected Expenditures Instruction $13,844,434 Public Service 738,508 Academic Support 2,756,372 Student Services 3,381,058 Institutional Support 3,277,21 Operation and Maintenance of Plant 4,301,090 Scholarships and Tuition Waivers 2,986,100 Total $31,284,772

  35. Balancing the Budget Increasing Enrollment Utilizing Reserve Funds Not Filling Open Positions  Controlling Spending

  36. Administrative Costs Fiscal YearPercent of Budget   2002 14.5 2003 13.9 2004 13.8 2005 12.5 2006 11.9 2007 10.9 2008 11.4 2009 10.6 2010 10.5

  37. Tuition & Fees A Pledge to Students & Families 2009-2010 No Increase in Tuition & Fees Tuition, $90.95 mandatory fees $50.60 (per credit hour)

  38. Initiatives 2009 – 2010

  39. Strategic Planning Steering Committee Plan completed in January Plan becomes effective in July

  40. Degree Programs under Development B. A. Military History B. S. Biology – Integrative Biology Option B. S. Sport Management – Fitness Management Option B. T. Applied Technology – Renewable Energy Option Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A.)

  41. Rename Academic Schools • School of Business & Technology • School of Liberal Arts • School of Mathematics, Science, and Health Sciences College of Business & Technology College of Liberal Arts College of Mathematics, Science, and Health Sciences

  42. Facilities Continue Baird Hall Expansion Complete Remodeling of Sixth and Eighth Floors of Bartlesville Campus Complete parking and roadway projects at Pryor Campus Sidewalk improvements Athletic Facilities

  43. Increasing Student Involvement Equestrian Center Bit-by-Bit Program

  44. Supporting the local economy Innovation Center

  45. Increase Private, Federal Grant Funds Enhance Programming More new local programming

  46. Long-Range Facility Planning Student Housing Child Development Center

  47. This Year: Women’s and Men’s Golf In the Future: Cross Country, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, Wrestling

  48. Private Fundraising Establish 15 Named Scholarships Identify New Prospects for Endowed Chairs Identify Major Gift Prospects

  49. Fundraising cont. Increase President’s Associates from 42 to 75 Increase RSU Alumni Association membership from 369 to 500 Increase Planned Gifts (Legacy Society) from OMA Alumni

  50. First Lady President’s Residence Teas Donor/Prospect Luncheons & Dinners Campus Beautification Committee