2008-2009 Presentation - UW-Stout

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2008
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09Budget Forum

Charles W. Sorensen

Chancellor

UW
-
Stout


Today’s Agenda


State Budget


2008
-
09 Funding Allocations


Fall 2007 Listening Session


Action Plans/Accomplishments


2008 Stakeholder Visioning Session


Questions / Comments


State Budget


State of the State Address





America’s economy is slowing
and WI will need to make cuts




Initiatives:



Grow Wisconsin



Creating renewable energy



Making health care
affordable



Investing in quality
education


NanoSTEM DIN


$1.1 Million and 9 positions


Nanotechnology: 1 faculty, 1 technical instrumentation specialist


Computer and Electrical Engineering: 2 faculty


Polymer Engineering: 3 faculty


Biotechnology: 2 faculty


Teacher Education DIN


$174,400


1 instructional staff,1 recruiter/advisor, LTE funding


Faculty recruitment and retention funds




State Budget


DINs


Jarvis


Received approval for additional funding of


$8.1 million for a total of $43.2 million


Bid date in April 2008


Construction to start in June 2008


Anticipated completion in August 2010


Harvey
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Theater Renovation


$5.1 million


A/E selection anticipated in Spring 2008


It is a renovation project, not a restoration project





State Budget


Capital Projects


2008
-
09 Funding Allocations:



Priorities Initiated in Fall 2006


Curricular Incubation Center ($40,000)


Prepare students for a Global Society


Site Development Funds ($12,500)


Internal Communication


University Writer ($16,700)



2008
-
09 Funding Allocations:



Priorities Initiated in Fall 2006, cont.

Polytechnic Marketing


Budget Actions:


Marketing Initiatives ($150,000)


State and Federal Relations Director ($28,953 base)


Honor’s Program ($98,956 base, $4,500 one
-
time)


Goals: double the size of the program over the
next 5 years; increase graduation rates; and revise
the Honors Program and curriculum, increasing the
number of honors courses



2008
-
09 Funding Allocations:



Priorities Initiated Prior to Fall 2006

First Year Experience


Peer Mentor Program,
Professional
Development, Faculty
Grants ($64,800)


FYE Coordinator (fill
-
behind funding)
($21,733)



2008
-
09 Funding Allocations:



Priorities Initiated Prior to Fall 2006

Enrollment Mgmt


Writing Lab ($49,650)


Admissions Staff, LTE,
S&E ($88,202 base)


Financial Aid LTE
($29,250 base)


Registration & Records
($128,000 base)


Ad hoc hires ($750,000)



2008
-
09 Funding Allocations:



Information Technology

Information Technology


Content Management System Maintenance ($6,300
base)


Imaging ($2,000 base, $25,000 one
-
time)


Commons Systems ($511,000)


PeopleSoft Conversion ($928,000)




2008
-
09 Funding Allocations:



Access to Learning


Graduate assistantships


Lab technicians and extending open lab hours


Discipline
-
specific tutoring & writing center


Supplemental instruction program


Special course fees


Library support


Child and Family Study Center: staff,
cost reduction for students, learning materials


Co
-
op program


Student research fund


Graduate student research assistance



2008
-
09 Funding Allocations:



Student Tech Fee


Keyserver Software


Computer
-
based testing


RosettaStone Project


Online codes for Math/Statistics


Wireless upgrades


D2L


Sound and lighting systems
for Student Center


Software licenses


Servers


Student support for Help Desk and Micheels Hall



2008
-
09 Funding Allocations:



Other Funded Priorities


Lab mod


Biotech Cell and Molecular Biology Lab ($40,385)


Golf Enterprise Management ($29,076)


ECE/FCSE/Art Education ($30,673)


Generally Assigned Classrooms ($50,000)


Preschool (CFSC) ($4,900)


Psychology/Psychophysiological Facilities ($118,450)


Food Production Lab ($25,000)


Visual Resources Center ($11,425)


Rendezvous ($2,410)


Work study proposal: Jumpstart program ($30,000)


Focus 2010 Goals


1.
Prepare alumni for success.

2.
Create a learning community that supports and
encourages the engagement of its members in
active learning.

3.
Achieve national leadership and excellence in
educating students in the theory and application of a
broad range of technologies.

4.
Strengthen the on
-
campus organization by focusing
on UW
-
Stout’s unique mission within the UW
System.

5.
Create a school outside a school enterprise that
serves learners statewide, nationally, and
internationally.


Listening Session Topical Areas






Program Alignment

What’s Next in Information

Technology?

Enrollment Management

Polytechnic Marketing


Listening Session


Action Plans/Accomp. (selected)


Implement workflow processing and digital signatures through
the ImageNow Sunflower Document Management Suite.


Examine existing parking policies and practices and develop a
plan to improve satisfaction with parking services.


Implementation of American College and University Presidents
Climate Commitment


Ask governance to consider the requirement of a minimum of a
one Cooperative Education experience for all undergraduate
academic programs.


Create an office or center for diversity


Continue funding Curricular Incubation and New Program
Development Projects.


Develop multicultural student scholarships

Stakeholder Visioning

Summer 2008

Foundation Board

UW System Officers

Industry

Board of Regents

Cooperative Education

Service Agency

Economic Development Specialists

County and City Administrator

State Dept of Public Instruction

Unions

Legislators

University Administrators

Technical Colleges

K
-
12 Schools

Faculty Staff and Students










Thank you for your input!

Questions?


Comments?