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Institutional Advancement

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  1. Institutional Advancement As of December 7, 2009

  2. Institutional Advancement • Institutional Planning • Institutional Effectiveness • Research • Grants • Marketing • Professional Development INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  3. Institutional Advancement Organizational Chart INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  4. Vice President of Institutional Advancement Marge Stabile A-311, extension 3434 This office provides overall leadership for institutional development (strategic planning and institutional effectiveness), professional development, research, grants, and marketing. Cheryl Enger, extension 3205 INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  5. Team Leaders • Associate Vice President Institutional Effectiveness • Director, Research • Director, Institutional Effectiveness • Executive Director, Marketing • Executive Director, Professional Development Center • Instructional Designer • Director, Professional Development Center • Director, Grants Development • Grants Specialist INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  6. Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness • This office • provides research and analysis and supports decision-making processes for student success • leads the gathering, processing, and presentation of quality actionable information • promotes institutional effectiveness by: • overseeing completion of internal, state, and federal reporting requirements • providing institutional information to College stakeholders • facilitating institutional assessment • supporting curriculum development and innovation initiatives INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  7. Institutional Effectiveness Staff Panos Hadjimitsos Associate Vice President, Institutional Advancement A-315, extension 3758 William Edwards, PhD, Director, Institutional Effectiveness A-328, extension 3246 W. Bruce Olson, Director, Research A-326, extension 3769 Candice Danielson, Research Assistant A-326, extension 3107 INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  8. Executive Director of Professional Development • The Professional Development Center is responsible for: • Promoting professional development for all Triton College employees to enhance organizational effectiveness and positively impact our students and community • Implementing and coordinating human resources activities • Activities include: • Working to develop and provide customized training to enhance service within college areas • Working collaboratively with Information Systems to develop multi-year strategies/timelines for objectives related to automation • Identify key human resource development needs, specifically with relation to diversity and Administrative development INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  9. Professional Development Center Staff Jonathan Paver Executive Director, Professional Development E-211, extension 3823 Mary Jeans Director, Professional Development Center E-204C, extension 3761 Marie-Ange Zicher Instructional Designer E-204D, extension 3269 Todd Shamaly Staff Technology Trainer E-204E, extension 3244 INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  10. Executive Director of Marketing • The Marketing Department is responsible for: • The overall coordination and centralization of college marketing, including public relations, media relations, creative services, and video production. • Develop and implement creative strategies that will generate a greater awareness of Triton College as a quality educational institution with many resources for the citizens of its district. • Activities include: • Develop an annual marketing plan for the college. • Collaborate with student services, enrollment services, and other college divisions to enhance the marketing portion of the registration process. • Develop a college campus look and feel by evaluating photos and messages throughout the campus, replacing them, and updating them frequently. • Continue to enhance the web and bring it to a level that meets the needs of all prospective students and community members. INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  11. Marketing Staff Thomas Olson Executive Director, Marketing P-104A, extension 3165 Anna DeMaine, Senior Graphic Design Specialist P-104, extension 3167 Renee Swanberg, Creative Services Associate P-104, extension 3166 Dorothy Holubek, Graphic Design Specialist P-104, extension 3169 Elizabeth Buckley, Marketing Associate P-104, extension 3168 INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  12. Marketing Staff (continued) TV/Radio Station Kurt Werner, Director of TV and Radio A-113, extension 3665 Staff Services P-106, extension 3170 Rosalind Evans, Lead Staff Assistant P-106, extension 3171 INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  13. Director, Grants Development • The Grants Department is responsible for: • Providing overall leadership for the institution in the area of grant development. • Activities include: • Increasing state, regional and national visibility of Triton College as leading competitor in grant awards • Integrating grants support into the institutional plans, particularly related to facilities, human resources, academic support and technology • Identifying, collecting and distributing grant opportunities to appropriate staff and faculty as well as facilitating and securing those grants for the institution • Identifying methods for utilizing grant monies within the general revenue; and identify budget deficits that might be addressed and supplemented through outside funding INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE

  14. Grants Staff Sherry Burlingame, PhD Director, Grants Development A-317, extension 3249 Crystal Saunders Grants Specialist A-317, extension 3695 INTEGRITY : COMMUNICATION : EXCELLENCE : TEAMWORK : SERVICE