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					Plan For the Future
Overview of the Planning Process




• Where do we want to go?
• Where are we now?
• How do we get there from here?
Planning Input/Background



• 48 interviews
• 9 focus groups
   • 4 Department Chair
   • 2 Research Advisory Group
   • 3 Minority (2 faculty, 1 staff)
• 154 completed questionnaires
   •   66 Faculty (67% return)
   •   25 Staff (25% return)
   •   21 Students (21% return)
   •   39 Community (15% return)
   •   3 Unclassified
• Previous plans, reports
Planning Committee



•   Robert Cartee         •   Dean Linda Lucas
•   Beatrice Hahn, M.D.   •   Sue McKinnon
•   Tim Heaven, D.D.S.    •   Martin Nowak
•   Dean Robert Holmes    •   Juanita Titrud
•   Dean Harold Jones     •   Selwyn Vickers, M.D.
•   Ada Long, Ph.D.       •   Sherrod Williams
UAB Planning Process




•   Retreat: Jan. 6-9
•   President’s Cabinet: Jan. 13
•   Academic Programs Council: Jan. 15
•   Dept. of Medicine Division Directors: Jan. 24
•   Faculty Senate Executive Committee: Feb. 4
•   Faculty Senate: Feb. 11
UAB Planning Process



• Town Hall Meetings
  • Feb. 11, 3:30-5 p.m., Alys Stephens Center,
    Jemison Hall
  • Feb. 18, noon-1:30 p.m., Hill University Center
    Auditorium
  • Feb. 20, 7-8:30 a.m., Spain Auditorium
• Community meetings
  • Business leaders
  • Community leaders
• Web site: ongoing feedback
Five Goals




•   Undergraduate education
•   Graduate and professional education
•   Research and scholarship
•   Service to community and state
•   Community/financial support
Where do we want to go?
Where are we now?
How do we get there from here?
We would do Birmingham a great disservice if we
dreamed too little dreams.
                           -Dr. Joseph Volker
Where do we want to go?
Vision



• The nation’s leading metropolitan research
  university— a first choice for education and
  health care.
                        or
• A nationally and internationally recognized
  research university— a first choice for
  education and health care.
Where do we want to go?
Where are we now?
How do we get there from here?
Where are we now?
Mission



• UAB is (a metropolitan) (Alabama’s leading)
  research university and academic health
  center that discovers, transmits and applies
  knowledge for the intellectual, cultural, social
  and economic benefit of Birmingham, the
  state and beyond.
Where are we now?




• Values
• SWOT analysis
• Refer to Web site
Where do we want to go?
Where are we now?
How do we get there from here?
Goal 1:
Undergraduate Education



• We will achieve a highly effective
  undergraduate educational experience to give
  students the best possible preparation for
  productive and meaningful careers and lives
  that benefit society.
Goal 1:
Undergraduate Education



• Objectives:
  • Offer exceptional curricula that are relevant,
    current and comprehensive.
  • Ensure high-quality instruction, advising and
    student services.
  • Expand opportunities for study abroad, learning
    communities, internships, service-learning,
    research and honors experiences.


                                      (more)
Goal 1:
Undergraduate Education



• Objectives (cont.):
  •   Recruit well-prepared students.
  •   Maintain diverse enrollment.
  •   Improve retention and graduation rates.
  •   Increase merit scholarships funds.
 UAB Scorecard
 Undergraduate Education

                            2002    2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010

        Graduation Rate     37.4

         Retention Rate     71.6

    % African-American      30.3

           Average ACT      21.9

           Average GPA      3.12

      Scholarship Funds     $2.2M
Student Satisfaction with
           Campus Life

   # Students/Research

# Students/Study Abroad
 UAB Scorecard
 Undergraduate Education

                            2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010

    # Entering Freshmen

     # Transfer Students

 # International Students

# National Merit Scholars

 # Honors (Rhodes, etc.)
Goal 2:
Graduate and Professional Education



• We will ensure that graduate and professional
  programs are exceptional in preparing
  students to lead, teach, conduct research,
  and provide professional services.
Goal 2:
Graduate and Professional Education



• Objectives:
  • Ensure curricula of superior academic quality.
  • Target programs that UAB can uniquely offer (e.g.,
    M.D./Ph.D. program).
  • Strengthen recruitment of students who are well-
    qualified, intellectually curious and diverse.
  • Increase scholarship, fellowship and stipend
    levels.
 UAB Scorecard
 Graduate and Professional Education

                           2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010

             Enrollment

     % African-American

Scholarship/Fellowship $

   NIH Stipend Ranking

          Average GRE

         Average GMAT

  Top-Ranked Programs

National Licensing/Board
   Exam Success Rates

    Doctorates Awarded
Goal 3:
Research and Scholarship



• We will expand and improve UAB’s research
  and scholarship capability to acquire and
  disseminate new knowledge that benefits
  society and that further positions UAB as a
  nationally and internationally recognized
  research university.
Goal 3:
Research and Scholarship



• Objectives:
• Improve research productivity
  • Improve infrastructure support services.
  • Determine priorities for strategic investments in
    programs.
  • Develop benchmarks for schools, departments
    and faculty.
 UAB Scorecard
 Research and Scholarship

                          2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010


# Top-Ranked Programs

   # National Academy
         Memberships

 Total Grants/Contracts

Federal Funding Awards

        NIH Funding $

  Rank for NIH Funding

   Foundation Funding

      Industry Funding
UAB Scorecard
Research and Scholarship

                         2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010


Amt. Research Space


               Books


   Technical Reports

          # Refereed
Presentations/Papers
     Publications in
  Refereed Journals

   # in Citation Index

     Library Volumes

        ARL Ranking
UAB Scorecard
Research and Scholarship

                        2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010

 Faculty Satisfaction
 w/ Support Services

   Royalty Revenue


      New Licenses


        New Patents
Goal 4:
Service to Community and State



• We will enhance our value and reputation in
  the state by working effectively with partners
  to help advance community and state goals in
  education, health, quality of life and economic
  development.
Goal 4:
Service to Community and State



• Objectives:
  • Educate and train productive citizens to live and
    work in Alabama.
  • Ensure excellence in patient care.
  • Work with partners to close the gap in health and
    economic disparities.
 UAB Scorecard
 Service to Community and State

                           2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010

% Grads Employed in AL

  # Employed in Critical
       Shortage Areas

  Hospital Market Share

Overall Economic Impact

          Jobs Created

  Businesses Incubated

    # Reached Through
               Service
Goal 5:
Community/Financial Support



• Aggressively pursue and secure community
  and financial support.
Goal 5:
Community/Financial Support



• Objectives:
  • Enhance support for educational, research,
    athletic and cultural programs.
  • Increase financial support.
  • Increase alumni engagement.
  • Increase appropriations and special support from
    government at all levels.
 UAB Scorecard
 Community/Financial Support

                            2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010

      Total Private Gifts

            # of Donors

            Endowment

Alumni Soc. Membership


ASC Events Attendance

        Athletics Events
             Attendance

     State Appropriation
Enabling Activities




• To enable UAB to achieve its mission and
  strategic goals we will…
Enabling Activity:
Work Environment



• Create a positive, supportive and diverse
  work environment in which faculty and staff
  can excel.
Enabling Activity:
Work Environment



• Objectives:
  • Enhance faculty and staff professional
    development.
  • Secure funds and develop incentives to ensure
    competitive wages.
  • Institute rigorous evaluation systems that measure
    performance and link these to promotion and merit
    salary increases.
  • Improve recruitment and retention of
    underrepresented minorities.
UAB Scorecard
Work Environment

                             2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010

          Promotion and
         Tenure Success

  Faculty/Staff Retention

Faculty/Staff Satisfaction

          % Faculty with
        Terminal Degree

   % Sections Taught by
        Adjunct Faculty

      # African-American
           Administrators

# Full-Time Tenure Track
        African-American

Faculty Salary Catch-Up

   Staff Salary Catch-Up
Enabling Activity:
Management Structure



• Develop an organizational and management
  structure that reflects institutional goals and
  that effectively plans, budgets, serves and
  evaluates to ensure that resources are
  efficiently and strategically directed.
Enabling Activity:
Management Structure



• Objectives to accomplish goal:
  • Maintain an appropriate and dynamic balance
    between medical/non-medical,
    graduate/professional and undergraduate
    education, and teaching and research endeavors.
  • Develop an integrated and transparent budgeting
    system that links revenues to productivity and
    quality and assigns cost according to use of
    resources.
                                          (more)
Enabling Activity:
Management Structure



• Objectives to accomplish goal (continued):
  • Create investment pools with decision-making
    policies and procedures that ensure optimal
    investments to support entrepreneurship.
  • Coordinate university, school and program
    planning and evaluations.
  • Improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of
    administrative services.
Possible Peer Institutions


• Univ. of South Florida        • UCLA
• Univ. of Illinois – Chicago   • Univ. of Pittsburgh
• Univ. of Minnesota – Twin     • Univ. of Cincinnati
  Cities                        • Ohio State Univ.
• Virginia Commonwealth         • Univ. of Utah
  Univ.                         • Univ. of California-San
                                  Francisco*
• Wayne State Univ.
                                • Univ. of Texas SW Med. Center
• Univ. of Louisville             at Dallas*
• Temple Univ.                  • Univ. of Maryland Baltimore
• Univ. of Washington             County**


                                     *medical center only campus
                                    **general institution only campus
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