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  1. UNC Charlotte Academic Plan Highlights 2004-2009 Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  2. Summary *More emphasis on developing infrastructure • Space – coming • Information Technology • Research Computing • IT for e-Learning • Centers • Support? Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  3. Summary -cont’d • Research Services • Technology Transfer • Policies related to Research (e.g., intellectual property, patents) • Charlotte Research Institute (Charlotte Institute for Technology Innovation) • Center development • Funding Opportunities • Research Faculty/Post Docs • Non-tenure track • Flexible Workload Policies Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  4. Summary -cont’d *More emphasis on specific issues related to our teaching mission • Programs that address • Recruiting • Retention • Time to Graduation • And that are assessable in addressing their impact on learning Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  5. Summary -cont’d • E-Learning • Use of internet “on land/on line” • Determining how technology can best support different types of learning • Focus on different dimensions of Information Literacy that are necessary for students to succeed • Helping us manage the bookkeeping aspects of teaching Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  6. New Elements in this Round of Planning • planned activities with regard to outreach and engagement. • how and to what degree involved with General Education • strategically identified focus areas for research and creative activity. Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  7. Assumptions of the Plan • University will attain doctoral-research extensive status during the next decade. • The Charlotte Research Institute will provide academic units the opportunity to partner with the private sector with the result of enhanced research opportunities. • The research infrastructure of the University will continue to grow as a result of Charlotte Research Institute and other initiatives. Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  8. Assumptions of the Plan • University has $190 M available to build new academic buildings. • We will grow to 20,000 students by 2004 and 25,000 by 2010. • Optimum Balance Undergraduate (80%) to Graduate (20%) Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  9. Assumptions of the Plan • Characteristics of Student Body • Undergraduates increasingly traditionally aged • Growing number of international graduate students? • Graduate students increasingly full-time • Clearer sense of mission for adult nontraditional students • primarily graduate + post-baccalaureate students (MBA + Education) • distance education students in 2 + 2 programs (Engineering Technology + Nursing) • Continued commitment to diverse student body Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  10. Assumptions of the Plan • Student recruitment, retention, and time to graduation are issues that will get increasing campus attention. Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  11. Assumptions of the Plan • Economic Imperatives • Building the intellectual capital of the Charlotte region • Transforming Charlotte into a high technology center • Providing higher education to a larger number of North Carolinians • Training, retraining and continuing education • University increasing amount of “brokered” continuing education • Educationat distant sites Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  12. Assumptions of the Plan • Regional Development Trends • Banking and Financial Services • Health Care • Public Education Reform • Increasing Urbanization • Increasing Internationalization • Increasing Interest in Transforming Region into High Tech Center • Increasing Appetite for Arts and Cultural Activities Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  13. Themes to Guide CampusDevelopment • Applied Sciences and Technologies • Business and Finance • Children, Families, and Schools • Community and Regional Development • Health Care and Health Policy • International Understanding and Involvement • Liberal Education Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  14. Continuing Initiatives Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  15. Distance LearningCampus Academic Plan 2002-2007 Programs delivered to off-campus students at distant sites or via the Internet are designed for adult, nontraditional students: • Baccalaureate Completion Programs • Graduate Certificates • Professional Master’s Programs • Licensure Programs for Teachers and Other School Personnel Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  16. Distance Learning • Fall 2002: 14 Programs • Initiatives will continue to be carried out in: • BSET - Electrical • BSET - Fire Safety • B.S. in Nursing (RN to BSN) • 2+2 Pre-Engineering Program • Graduate Certificate in Child and Family Development: Special Needs • Graduate Certificate in Information Security and Privacy • Graduate Certificate in Special Education: Academically and Intellectually Gifted Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  17. Distance Learning • Initiatives will continue to be carried out in: • -cont’d • Graduate Certificate in Special Education: Supported Employment and Transition • Lateral Entry Teacher Licensure in Middle or Secondary Education • M.Ed. in Curriculum & Supervision • M.Ed. in Elementary Education • M.S. in Nursing • Post-baccalaureate Licensure in Special Education (Learning Disabilities and Behavioral-Emotional Disabilities) • Post-baccalaureate Licensure in Special Education (Severe and Profound Disabilities) Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  18. Possible New Distance Education Programs • Explore Feasibility of New Distance Education Initiatives • Additional Tracks in Engineering Technology • International MBA coursework • Various Courses in Areas of Excellence in Mech. Engineering • Master of Arts in Teaching • 2 + 2 completion programs in Education • M.S.A. at remote site • M.Ed. in Middle Grades at remote site • M.S.N. concentrations in a collaborative, on-line program • Health Administration certificate programs • Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education on-line Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  19. Continuing Initiatives:Research Goals • Reach Level of $15.5 M Federal Funding (2002 - $13.5M in Federal Funding) • Expand Research Climate on Campus • Support Young Faculty • Build More Interdisciplinary Research Teams • Encourage Colleges to Adopt Differential Teaching Load Policies Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  20. Implementing Research GoalsCampus Academic Plan 2000-2005 • Develop Research Infrastructure • Increase Federal Funding from Non Peer-Reviewed Sources (Agency Discretionary and Politically Directed Funds) • Develop Funding Stream to Support: • “Bridge” Funding for Faculty Between External Grants • Matching Grants for Cost Sharing • Research Assistants (Undergraduate and Graduate) • Mentoring Program Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  21. Enhancing Research Infrastructure Development of Charlotte Institute for Technology Innovation – (Charlotte Research Institute) • Source of funding to enhance faculty research • Improved vehicle for faculty who wish to commercialize their work • Opportunities for faculty to collaborate with private companies • Other Centers? Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  22. “Unfinished Business”Campus Academic Plan 2002-2007 First Year 1. Connecting Students to UNC Charlotte 2. Academic and Student Affairs in Partnership 3. Focus on Advising 4. No Single Initiative Will Meet Needs of Students 5. Exposure of Freshmen to Full-Time and Tenure Track/Tenured Faculty 6. Analyze Impact of Current Initiatives - Block Scheduling - Freshman Seminar - Summer Bridge Programs - College Initiatives - Role of Disciplinary-Based Organizations/Clubs Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  23. “Unfinished Business”Campus Academic Plan 2002-2007 • First Year/Freshman Learning Communities • COAS Undecided (begun in Fall 2001) • Teacher Education (begun in Fall 2002) • Engineering (begun in Fall 2002) • UTOP (begun in Fall 2002) • Information Technology (scheduled to begin in Fall 2004) • Community Service (scheduled to begin in Fall 2004) • English and Literacy Studies (scheduled to begin in Fall 2004) • Health and Human Services (scheduled to begin in Fall 2004) • Increase in Freshman Seminar Offerings • Cohesive/Comprehensive Retention Plan for Freshman and Other Programs • Extend Learning Communities to other groups (graduate students, transfers, etc.) Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  24. “Unfinished Business” Campus Academic Plan 2002-2007 • Summer School • Raise Salaries!! – will happen this summer • Encourage Programmatic Initiatives Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  25. “Unfinished Business” Campus Academic Plan 2002-2007 • Honors College Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  26. IT and Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) • Central IT support provides uniform baseline computing environment • User support for baseline environment provided by ITS • College IT environments may go beyond baseline • User support for specialized environments/technologies provided locally • College requests for laptop requirement will be scrutinized • Smart Classrooms • One Stop – Portal Project – will change the way business/communication is conducted • Technology Solutions Teams initiative in Arts and Sciences Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  27. Internationalizing the Student Experience • Focus expansion of study abroad and University exchanges on Latin America • Add International MBA program • Continue to expand summer abroad opportunities in Arts and Sciences, and investigate opportunities for more education abroad for students in Professional Colleges Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  28. Internationalizing the Student Experience • Infuse international perspectiveinto curriculum • Support/reward facultyfor efforts to internationalize institution • Increase number, quality, diversity ofinternational students • Increase number of students involved ineducation abroad • Strengthen/expand theEnglish Language Training Institute • Strengthen/initiateoutreach programs • Increase resource basefor Office of International Programs • Build centerdedicated to international programming and service • Provide leadershipin international education profession • Provide moreopportunities for facultyinterested in an international agenda • Enhance/developprograms for international students/scholars • Strengthen/developIntercultural Outreach programs Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  29. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Ph.D. Programs Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  30. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Ph.D. Programs -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  31. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Ph.D. Options Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  32. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Ph.D. Options -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  33. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Master’s Programs Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  34. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Master’s Programs -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  35. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Master’s Programs -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  36. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Master’s Programs -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  37. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Graduate Certificate Programs Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  38. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Master’s Options Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  39. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Master’s Options -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  40. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Master’s Options -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  41. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Undergraduate Programs Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  42. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Undergraduate Programs -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  43. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Undergraduate Programs -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  44. Undergraduate Programs – Proposed Changes Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  45. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Undergraduate Options Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  46. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Undergraduate Options -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  47. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Undergraduate Options -cont’d Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  48. New Programs Found in 2004-07 Plans Proposed Undergraduate Minors Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  49. Other Proposals Campus Presentation, 12/5/02

  50. Possible Organizational Changes (2004-2009) Campus Presentation, 12/5/02