Report of Accomplishment San Diego Miramar College Strategic Plan Goal 1: Focus Efforts on Student Learning Strategy 1: Measure Learning Outcomes at all Levels Orchestrators: Mary Benard and Lisa Brewster Task Force/Committee Members: Mary Benard, Lisa Brewster, Wheeler North, Mary Lee Meiners, Dian e Glow, Helen Webb, Carol Murphy, Darrell Harrison, Yolanda James, Sandra Slivka, Pam Deegan, Mary Benard 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. January 17 – Conducted 2-hour FLEX workshop 5 Core Competency areas of 3 Levels of Mastery. January 30 – Team meeting to discuss (a) complete core competency evaluation form, (b) poster board subcommittee, (c) website updates, and (d) calendar of events for Spring 2002.A February 6 – Team meeting to review and finalize core competency assessment form February 13 – Team meeting to discuss (a) Levels of Mastery, (b) Create Chart of examples, (c) Poster Session in Boston at League for Innovation Conference February 27 – Team meeting to discuss (a) Core Competencies consolidated into 5 areas, (b) How to do program evaluation of core competencies, (c) Poster Session layout for League Conference March 13 – Team meeting to discuss (a) Format for course assessment, (b) How to tie Learning Outcomes into Program Review, (c) Poster Session changed at League Conference so cannot participate as a Team March 14-18 – Team members attended League for Innovation Conference in Boston. Participated in Learning Outcomes Seminar and Workshops. Presented process Miramar used to develop its model, best practices, issues in moving project forward, and plans for continuing project once funding ends. April 8 – Team retreat to discuss (a) timeline of project for rest of semester and outcomes expected, (b) highlights and issues with project, (c) feasibility of e-portfolios (invite Geralynn Reyes to participate), (d) Burlingame presentation April 10 – Five team members presented at the MegaConference in San Francisco. Presentation was entitled “Teaching Outside of the Box”, focused on assessing learning outcomes, incorporating core competencies in learning activities, and developing a student- centered syllabus. Examples were provided in the areas of Math, Speech, and Personal Growth curriculum. April 24 – Team meeting to discuss (a) Definition of terms for assessment packet, (b) Pilot of e-portfolio (using Capacity Building grant), (c) Preparing presentation format for District Accreditation Planning Committee meeting at City College on May 17 May 6 – Reviewed layout for May 8 workshop. Workshop to include description of student-centered syllabus, course assessment examples in Math and Psychology, program assessment example from Aviation, and hands-on example of doing a course assessment. May 8 - Team conducted its 3rd Workshop on “Teaching Outside of the Box.” Eighteen faculty and staff were present. Workshop focused on (a) creating a learning-centered syllabus, (b) measuring teaching and learning of the core competencies, and (c) examples of course assessment (Math 95 and Biology 106) and program assessment (Aviation Maintenance Technology). May 17 – At a District meeting at City College, the team presented its Model of Assessing Learning Outcomes, including the five core competency skills sets, assessing learning outcomes of an approved course outline, levels of mastery, and developing a learning- centered syllabus with learning activities that introduce, reinforce, and assess core competencies. August 7 – Team held a planning retreat at the Lisa Brewster’s home, faculty team leader. Purpose was to plan 3-hour FLEX activity scheduled for 8/27/02. FLEX activity will focus on an introduction to the concept of learning outcomes, example of course assessment (MATH 95, SPEE 103, and AVIM program), and small group interaction on how to do course assessment using the Miramar model. August 27 – Conducted FLEX activity ID 14223 October 9 – Learning Outcomes Workshop #4. Workshop was not well attended. Those attending developed three (3) goals to be accomplished during 2002-03. Goals include (1) Create a syllabus template that will help faculty create a student-centered syllabus, (b) Encourage all faculty to assess the course (s) they are currently teaching and determine assessment activities that include core competency learning outcomes, and (c) present program of 21st Century Learning Outcomes Team to Academic Affairs to get additional Department Chair and faculty participation. October 23 and 30 – Team meetings held to discuss (a) electronic drop box of learning activities, (b) moving ahead with dissemination of model and materials, and (c) presentation to Academic Affairs on 11/17/02. November 7 – Presented concept of learning outcomes, the importance in teaching the “whole student,” addressing new accreditation standards, and responding to accountability to the public in terms of documenting what students learn in community college. The 21st Century Learning Outcomes model developed by team to Academic Affairs was presented and included an overview of the process the team used, documents developed (Assessment Packet distributed), and examples of how the model can be used by each faculty member for course and program assessment. November 15 – Team leaders, Berta Cuaron and Lisa Brewster, presented with Miramar’s peer college, Foothill, at the CCLC “Celebrating the Way California Learns” in San Jose. The presentation included a comparison and contrast of how both colleges approached the League for Innovations’ 2-year project on 21st Century Learning Outcomes and provided opportunity for debate on the pros and cons of learning outcomes in community colleges. November 16 – Miramar College’s 21st Century Learning Outcomes Team was recognized at the CCLC luncheon for its outstanding efforts in creating learning environments and enhancing the learning opportunities of students and employees. Lisa Brewster accepted the award of “Creating the Future” on behalf of the Miramar team. November 21 – Completed presentation to Academic Affairs. Some Department Chairs expressed concerns regarding time the process requires to assess individual courses, the frequent revisions necessary to class syllabus, and whether or not the process violates academic freedom. November 22 – Faculty team leader, Lisa Brewster, presented at The Learning Institute 4th Friday event. Focus of workshop was on creating a student-center classroom environment through a student-centered syllabus. December 4 – Team meeting held with agenda items including (a) CCLC Award, (b) Accreditation Committee (Cuaron and Brewster will serve as co-orchestrators of Standard Two with team serving as primary members of Committee), (c) issues raised at Academic Affairs and how to move forward, (d) planning a 1-day conference in Fall focused on model developed by Team and how other colleges can adapt to their campus. 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Conduct presentations at individual Department meetings to respond to faculty questions and to demonstrate the model for doing course and program assessment and developing a student-centered syllabus that incorporates the core competency skills sets. Continue working with faculty one-on-one in doing course assessment Initiate an electronic drop box of learning activities that illustrate core competencies and learning outcomes 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. Learning Outcomes Assessment Packet has been completed and includes: (1) Five Core Competencies defined; (2) Three Levels Of Mastery for core competencies; (3) Course Assessment form; (4) Program Assessment form; and (5) Sample Course and Program Assessment. Course assessment has been completed for Speech 103, Psychology 101 and 135, Math 95 and 254, Biology 106 and 131, and History 105. Program assessment for core competencies and learning outcomes has been completed for Aviation Maintenance Technology and Legal Assistant. 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. The on-going workshop activity and presentations conducted by the Team have raised the awareness level of the entire Miramar College community of the concept of learning outcomes and their significance in student success. These activities have also better prepared Miramar faculty, staff, and administrators as it gears up to complete its Accreditation Self-Study for its upcoming site visit in Spring 2004. Faculty and staff have volunteered to serve on the Standards Two Committee that will specifically respond to and focus on student learning outcomes and individual faculty are asking for information through FLEX activities. While the process has been very slow, the Team continues to disseminate information and to respond to questions and concerns regarding measuring and documenting learning outcomes. Goal 1: Focus Efforts on Student Learning and Student Success Strategy 2: Offer Interdisciplinary Learning Opportunities Orchestrators: Judy Baker, Linda Lee and Daphne Figueroa 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. A Teaching Academy was established to address faculty development and training needs in terms of learning communities and interdisciplinary learning opportunities among other teaching strategies. A Teaching Academy website was developed and posted. The Teaching Academy committee met once to plan for implementation and use of the Professional Development Center in T102. An online tool was set up to facilitate ongoing dialogue by faculty about the teaching process: Teaching Academy Discussion Forum http://www.smartgroups.com/groups/miramarpdc During February 2003, Mary Benard attempted to recruit a faculty member to establish and lead a “Learning Communities Task Force” at Miramar. The Task Force purpose was to develop a learning community model to be used in developing future programs at Miramar College. However, the effort failed due to lack funding and interest on the part of the faculty. The grant Miramar College submitted was approved but not funded. Faculty response to this solicitation of interest was very limited. Leslie Klipper was interested, but was unavailable due to her full load. Meetings of the Orchestrators held on February 24, 2003 and March 17, 2003. Minutes are available upon request. Committee Recommendation developed: o In order to fulfill the Strategic Plan to focus efforts on student learning and success by offering interdisciplinary opportunities, the Interdisciplinary Committee recommends that Miramar increase the number of courses and programs that include interdisciplinary content such as: o Linked courses Learning communities Peer-led team learning Team teaching Special topics to supplement core courses Committee Recommendation sent to college deans for their consideration at March 31, 2003 Dean’s Meeting. The Committee requested guidance and formal support from Miramar’s managers for the Committee to proceed with addressing the recommendation (e.g., conduct a campus-wide needs assessment, conduct a pilot, schedule FLEX training), The deans responded that they support any efforts of the Committee to promote interdisciplinary studies as the budget cuts are taken into consideration. No new funds are available for such an effort at this time. 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. In fall 2003, the Committee will contact those expressing interest including: Leslie Klipper, Larry Pink, Dan Willkie, Carol Murphy. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. In fall 2002, one course was taught that included team teaching: Lisa Brewster and Dan Wilke On May 4, 2003, the Committee emailed a request to all Miramar College faculty and deans for this information. The Dean of the School of Business, Math and Science replied that there were none in her school. No other responses were received. Goal 1: Focus Efforts on Student Learning Strategy 3: Provide faculty development in instructional and assessment techniques to enhance high quality, successful student learning Orchestrators: Susan Schwarz and Diana Fink Task Force/Committee Members: 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. The following workshops have been offered for faculty during Summer 2002 and Fall 2002: Date of # of FLEX Workshop Title Presenter Participants Activity 7/23 WebCT: The Assignment Tool Jessica Fender 1 7/25 21st Century Learning Outcomes” – workshop for Communications Dept. Leslie Klipper 4 7/26 Multiple Intelligences: Helping all Students Achieve Success Leslie Klipper 1 8/6 Skills Evaluation Mary Kjartanson 1 8/27 21st Century Learning Outcomes Workshop on student learning and Lisa Brewster 17 making classes learning centered 8/27 Decision Guide for Online Instruction Judy Baker 6 8/29 The Syllabus: A Learning Document Dr. Bill Piland 37 8/29 Essential Questions Diana Fink 16 8/30 Search Tool Savvy Sandra Pesce 16 8/30 Conversations on Teaching & Diana Fink 23 Learning 10/9 Teaching Outside of the Box: Lisa Brewster 3 Workshop #4 10/24 Effective Use of Technology in the Judy Baker 8 Classroom 10/28 Introduction to WebCT Jessica Fender 5 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Workshops will continue to be scheduled during the Spring 2003 semester to provide faculty with professional development opportunities, focusing on instructional and assessment techniques to enhance high quality, successful student learning. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. Fourteen (14) FLEX activities focused on this strategy were conducted during this time period. See above for the number of participants. 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. The model that Miramar’s 21st Century team has developed to assess student learning outcomes at the course, program, and college level has helped move Miramar forwar d with this goal. The recently established “Teaching Academy” at Miramar is also significant progress towards this goal. Goal 1: Focus Efforts on Student Learning Strategy 4: Develop Innovative Student Services and Instructional Programs and Approaches to Support Success in Retention, Transfer, Workforce Placement and Graduation Orchestrators: Julianna Barnes, Mary Benard and Diane Glow Task Force/Committee Members: Julianna Barnes, Mary Benard, and Diane Glow 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. Retention: A comprehensive Instructor’s Survival Guide has been developed and distributed to faculty which outlines retention strategies as follows: General campus-wide retention strategies Strategies for the first few days of the semester Strategies to implement throughout the semester Teaching techniques for student success Transfer: Various programmatic activities and events were planned and implemented in 2002-03. Among the activities and events were: UC/CSU Application Workshops TAG Workshops UC/CSU Private College Representative Visits Advisory Board Meetings (one per semester) Transfer Newsletter dissemination Classroom Visits/Presentations regarding transfer The UniversityLink Program Transfer Fairs Development of a comprehensive Transfer Center Website Workforce Placement: The Dean of Workforce Development in collaboration with Job Placement developed and implemented various activities and events to ensure successful placement of students after graduation. This included: The planning and implementation of the Annual Career Expo and Job Fair in the Spring 2003 The development of a comprehensive Job Placement website via the Capacity Development Grant The development of “virtual” Job Placement services Job Placement developed a survey to be used to follow up on graduates of vocational programs. Graduation: 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Gather data from the SDCCD Retention Report for Fall 2002. Develop a Student Success/Retention Strategies website. Continue to develop and implement various Transfer activities and events. Gather data from California Postsecondary Commission (CPEC) for 2002-03 for transfer rates/numbers to UC and CSU from Miramar College Continue to enhance activities and services to students to increase job placement. Collect data via surveys regarding job placement for targeted vocational programs. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over the first year of the planned period. Term Retention Fall 2002: Data pending Fall 2001: 84.6% Fall 2000: 83.0% Transfer: *CSU/UC (CPEC Report due 2003 for AY 2003-03) CSU 2002-03: Data pending* 2001-02: 149 2000-001: 139 UC 2002-03: Data pending 2001-02: 45 2000-01: 30 Job Placement: VTEA monies allocation in 2003-04 for tracking study Graduation (Degrees/Certificates): 2003: 863 2002: 939 2001: 886 4. List any related accomplishments, which have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. The development of learning communities. The development of service learning opportunities. The development and implementation of the 21st Century Learning Outcomes. The enhancement of the class schedule including on-line course offerings. The development of supplemental instruction in key basic skills courses. The establishment of the TRIO/Student Support Services program. The implementation of the UniversityLink Program Goal 2: Deliver Instruction and Services in Formats and at Sites That Best Meet Student needs Strategy 1: Offer More Instruction and Support Services Through Non-Traditional Scheduling, Delivery Methods and Locations Orchestrators: Pam Deegan, Bob Fritsch and Bob Garber Task Force/Committee Members: Academic Affairs Committee, Student Services Committee 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. During the past 6 months, Miramar has expanded services and instruction to students through several options: Initiation of college courses taught for students at High Tech High School. Expanded services and support for the Navy Master at Arms and EMT contracts. Offer 69 online classes in Fall 2002 and 104 online classes in Spring 2003 through SDCCD Online. Full implementation of Reg-e online registration system. Implementation of online English placement testing on demand through the ILC. Pilot testing of a new online math assessment. Developments of a new online orientation program that is web based and accessible to students taking online assessments. This program will be fully implemented for Fall 2003. Full enrollment in the TRIO program. Participation in the SDSU Dual enrollment program. 21 sections taught each semester; continuing discussions to produce more cohesive 2+2 program between SDSU and Miramar Maintained number of courses taught at local high schools. Utilized learning community strategies in on-campus courses. Negotiated transfer of Scripps Ranch High School college courses from Mesa College to Miramar College for Fall 2003. Transfer delayed due to budget Continued serving students at MCAS and provided counseling hours to address MIVER recommendations. Participated in League for Innovation grant with Crawford High School to expose students to public safety and legal assistant occupations. Summer Camp held July, 2003. Recipient of regional Bio Tech Grant to further collaborative efforts in San Diego County. 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. The spring semester will be a difficult period for making progress toward goal accomplishments due to reduced budgets in all areas. However, efforts will be made to continue testing and implementation of the online math assessment and the online orientation program. In addition, Reg-e will add access to students’ academic history in the coming semester. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. 23 High School Sections taught in Fall 2002 and 22 for Spring 2003. 266 online English assessment tests taken by students seeing placement. 8 MCAS section taught in Fall 2002, and 8 taught for Spring 2003. Offered 69 online classes for Fall 2002, and 104 for Spring 2003. 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. In progress of investigating the formation of Scripps Ranch high School/Miramar College Academies (early college concept) Goal 3: Provide Campus Facilities, Programs, and Co-Curricular Activities at Miramar College That Fully Meet Comprehensive Needs of College Students Strategy 1: Create a Physical, Social, and Intellectual Environment That Provides Each Miramar College Student a Full College Experience Orchestrators: Miramar Managers Task Force/Committee Members: Pat Keir, Pam Deegan, Bob Garber, Sandi Trevisan, Peggy Manges, Judy Baker, Jim Palmer, Susan Schwarz, Bob Henderson, Mary Benard, Julianna Barnes, and Greg Newhouse 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. Expansion of foreign language offerings Prop S passage allowing us to double our square footage in the next ten years. Wrote Title III grant that, if funded, would facilitate systems to increase the comprehensiveness of curriculum. Added 8 new portables to accommodate growth. Developed Student Lounge and enhanced student patio’s. Added additional gardens to campus. Cafeteria installed food/coffee carts for students. Significant expansion of Evening with the Experts and Diversity Programs. Additional band performances for students on campus. Expansion of the Student Activities, including Welcome Week, Emerging Leaders series/Workshops, Fall and Spring Festivals, Entertainment Night, voter registration drives, advocacy/legislative activities/events, and various student club activities and events. Phi Theta Kappa restarted Certification of new clubs including: the Persian American Club, The Gay and Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Straight Union (GLBTS), and the Miramar Model of the United Nations (MMUN) 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Establish repository for learning objects (digital instructional materials) for faculty user. Fitness Club for students to be established. Re-energize Phi Theta Kappa Program. Career Expo to be enhanced Stronger collaborations between the Associated Students, Student Clubs, and Diversity Education to expand student activity, with a focus on cultural programming. Overall enhancements in student activities, including advisor/officer trainings and special event/activity packets for AS/clubs for ease in planning and implementing activities and events on campus. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. Three new student clubs were established in 2002-03 bringing the total to fourteen clubs. The Fall 2002 Student Satisfaction Survey showed that 84% of students surveyed were satisfied or very satisfied with Student Government and that 85% were satisfied or very satisfied with the Office of Student Affairs/Activities. 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. A strong Associated Student Council with solid training and dedication has contributed to providing students with a full college experience. Goal 3: Provide a Campus Facilities, Programs, and Co-Curricular activities at Miramar College That Fully Meet The Comprehensive Needs of College Students Strategy 2: Establish and Publish a Master Calendar of Campus Events to Draw The Internal and External Constituents of Miramar College Onto The Campus Orchestrators: Sandi Trevisan Task Force/Committee Members: Marketing Committee 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. Calendar of events produced monthly – posted around campus, distributed to all faculty/staff, mailed and/or e-mailed to Chancellor’s Cabinet, Board of Trustees, CEC, Foundation and posted to the website. Interactive web-based, searchable calendar designed and implemented. Three individuals/areas responsible for maintenance – student services and activities: Edith Pollack, community events: Joan Mize, athletics: Dan Gutowski. Marquee placement of calendar items. Developed “Diversity Rocks” series and designed promotional template for diversity- related activities flyers that could be used by Diversity Committee and/or Marketing Committee as appropriate. Developed music concert series look -- “Rhythm & Moves”. 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Continue solicitation of campus events via monthly printed calendar and marketing proposal format. Enable “online registration for events” use of electronic calendar. Continue to investigate “pop up” announcement of weekly activities feature when faculty/staff log on their computers. Develop electronic “Request for Special Event” form. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over the first year of the planned period. July 2002-December 2002 Outreach/Community Activities I. CAMPUS BASED ACTIVITIES – 65 Summer/Fall Car Sales: 14 Athletics/Recreation Events: 17 Community/Student and Hosted Events: 34 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. Full development of Health Services “fairs” and “services” schedule open to the public. Increased popularity and demand for Evening with the Experts series. More “presenters” than could be accommodated requested a presentation date in the series. Increased car sales have increased publicity for the campus in their advertising efforts. Goal 3: Provide Campus Facilities, Programs, and Co-Curricular Activities at Miramar College That Fully Meet The Comprehensive Needs of College Students Strategy 3: Develop and Implement New Systems, Programs and Activities to increase Revenue to Miramar From Fund-Raising and entrepreneurial Activity Orchestrators: Pat Keir and Mary Meiners Task Force/Committee Members: Miramar College Foundation and Business Office 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. Strategic Plan to Increase Foundation Revenue created and passed by the Board. Eleven new community/business people added to the Miramar Foundation Board of Directors. New brochure and reward materials created and ordered for use to solicit donations to the Foundation. Training Retreat in Fund-raising and Board responsibilities occurred late February. Significant political/programmatic planning done to keep revenue enhancing auto sales on campus. Passage of Proposition S assures buildout of the Miramar campus in the years to come. Plan for “Buy a Brick” developed for debut in September 2003. Miramar Foundation Scholarship Gala makes approximately $4000, after years of being “in the red.” Miramar Foundation establishes sub-committees to address particular Foundation Goals, including the Annual Campaign Committee, Special Events Committee, Finance Committee, and By-laws Review Committee. 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the FY 2004 (July 1, 2003- June 30, 2004). Debut Miramar’s first Annual Campaign with a target fund-raising goal of $100,000 more than what was raised in FY 2003. Add additional members to the Foundation Board of Directors. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. Data on the increased amount of money raised through the Foundation will be available June 30, 2003. However, it is clear that we are raising more money now than we did last year. 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. Goal 3: Provide Campus Facilities, Programs, and Co-Curricular Activities at Miramar College That Fully Meet The Comprehensive Needs of College Students Strategy 4: Develop and Implement Programs and Approaches That Increase Global Awareness, Celebrate Diversity, and Foster Inclusiveness In Our Campus Community Orchestrators: Susan Schwarz and Judy Patacsil Task Force/Committee Members: April Koch, Arash Monjazeb, Clara Blenis, Greg Newhouse, Julianna Barnes, Kirk Webley, Ray Quon, Alejandro Cuatok 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. September – Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, events included: o 9/13 Ballet Folklorico Cristo Rey o 9/13 Evening w/the Experts – Professor April Koch presented on Mexico’s War for Independence o 9/18 Latino Heritage Cultural Fiesta - vendors, entertainment and food o 9/25 Ballet Folklorico de Mexico de Amalia Hernandez (video viewing of famous dance group) o All month Library display on Hidalgo & Mexican Independence Day October – Celebration of Filipino American History Month, events included: o 10/4 Evening w/the Experts – Presentation and book signing by Juanita Santos Nacu, Ed.D. o 10/7 Filipino American Student Association meeting and video viewing of “In No One’s Shadow” o 10/16 Video Documentary viewing/discussion of Silent Sacrifices: Voices of the Filipino American Family o 10/25 Evening w/the Experts – “Faces of America”, a one-woman performance addressing issues of diversity featuring Pinay Performer, Fran de Leon o 10/30 FANHS video documentary viewing/discussion of “Filipino Americans- Discovering Their Past for the Future” o Library Display featuring Filipino American authors & books. November – “Diversity Rocks: A Celebration Series of Multicultural Focus,” events included: o 11/18 Opportunities Abroad Fair and Education Abroad Panel with Professors Dan Trubovitz & April Koch o 11/19 Tagalog On Site Presentation about study abroad in the Philippines with Jeanette Soriano o 11/20 International student gathering and potluck o 11/21-23 Five faculty attended the Califonia-Mexico Network Conference in Tijuana, Baja California. February- “Diversity Rocks: A Celebration of Series of Multicultural Focus”, events included: o 2/25 In commemoration of Chinese New Year: Presentation on the San Diego Historical Museum & the Asian Pacific Historic District by Michael Yee o 2/27 Video Presentation & Discussion; Black Paths of Leadership o 2/28 Marde Gras Ball (benefited African American Student Scholarship) March- Women’s History Month o Evening with the Experts with Oliva Espin, Ph.D.; Presentation and Book Signing: “Women Crossing Boundaries” o Library Display by various female authors April- Diversity Rocks: A Celebration of Series of Multicultural Focus”, events included: o 4/4 Film presentation “Adrift without Roots”- Evening with the Experts with Maria Gee o 4/25 Cinco de Mayo Presentation- Evening with the Experts with April Koch May- Asian Pacific Heritage Month o 5/14 Festival: Vendors, entertainment, and featured speaker: Lee Ann Kim of Channel 10 News and Founder of the Asian Film Festival o Library display- Asian Pacific American Cultural Display Boards International Education Week was celebrated @ Miramar College from Nov 18-20. This included our first Opportunities Abroad Fair. This fair featured various representatives on campus that provided information on studying, traveling, and working abroad. Professor Dan Trubovitz was selected to participate in the SDICCA Study Abroad program scheduled for San Jose, Costa Rica from 2/17/03-5/16/03. He will be teaching BIOL 140, Environmental Biology, BIOl 150, Natural History of Plans and Animals, and HEAL 101, Principles of Healthful Living. Dan is the first Miramar College faculty member to be selected in this SDICCA initiative. Miramar College students participated in the Fall 2002 Study Abroad Program in Florence, Italy. In addition, we also have student participation in the upcoming Spring 2003 Study Abroad Program in San Jose, Costa Rica. There is an increased interest that has been generated in International Education. This is evidenced by increased number of faculty applying and inquiring about opportunities to teach abroad. In addition, there are an increased number of student inquiries about opportunities to study abroad. Miramar College has further internationalized its curriculum with the addition of another language - Tagalog. Tagalog 101 was offered in the Fall 2002 semester and both Tagalog 101 & 102 will be offered in the Spring 2003 semester. The website for Miramar’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion: Global and International Education was updated. Website is located at www.miramar.sdccd.net/depts/inclusion/ 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. The following months will include various diversity and cultural events to be scheduled throughout each month. February – Black History Month celebration & Chinese New Year program March – Women’s History Month presentation and participation in the Career Expo Fair April – Chinese American Video Viewing: Adrift Without Roots and Cinco Mayo presentation May – Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month celebration 3/24 Dr. Anderson tentatively scheduled for a workshop on “Diversifying and Internationalizing the Campus Climate and Curriculum.” Increase faculty and staff attendance at committee meetings and participation in planning and attendance at events. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. September event participation – Five events conducted with attendance/participation varying from 5 to 75 October event participation – Five events conducted with attendance/participation varying from 10 to 250 November event participation – Four events conducted with attendance/participation varying from 5 to 50 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. Significant progress has been made with this Goal and Strategy in terms of providing activities and opportunities in increasing global awareness, celebrating diversity, and fostering inclusiveness on Miramar’s campus. Our committee is diverse and committed. There is representation from Instructional Faculty, Student Services Faculty and Staff and Administration. Miramar’s site compliance officer has an integral role on the committee, as the State Chancellor’s Office has requested a formal commitment to activities, tasks, and timeframes of the Task Force on Equity and Diversity. The challenge has been in having sufficient financial resources, adequate planning, timing, and getting more faculty, staff, administration, and students interested and involved. The Committee on Diversity & Inclusion/International Education at Miramar College meets regularly twice a month, but is looking for ways to broaden its meeting and event participation. Goal 4: Initiate and strengthen beneficial partnerships with business and industry, schools, and community Strategy 1: Partner with academic, business, military, and community organizations to increase resources and/or learning opportunities for students, faculty and staff Orchestrators: Miramar manager’s group 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. The following additional partnerships were forged: Joined the Golden Triangle Chamber of Commerce. Joined the Rancho Bernardo Chamber of Commerce. Co-wrote a grant with University of San Diego focused on distance education opportunities for low-income single parents. Co-wrote a FIPSE Grant Proposal with Miramar College, SPRECTRUM, and National University. Became a key player in the California Community College Virtual College (CVC) Partnered with San Diego High Tech High, offering Miramar classes on their campus. Worked with the Mira Mesa Relay for Life Event, supporting the event logistically and fielding walkers. Designated the Southern California Regional Biotech Center. Participated in League for Innovation Community College Career Transition Project with Crawford High School. Developed new curriculum for the Navy through our Master at Arms training project. New Navy partnership through an EMT Course. Formed a partnership with Crawford High School via a newly awarded College and Career Transitions Initiative grant (CCTI) Strengthened partnerships and articulation with universities and colleges: We have TAGs (Transfer Admission Guarantees) to: UCSD SDSU UC Davis UC Santa Cruz UC Riverside CSU Northridge UC Berkeley Our honors programs offer priority consideration, guaranteed admission or other benefits to: UC Irvine San Francisco State Univ. CSU Fullerton CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Stanislaus Pomona College Occidental College Chapman University Pitzer College Pacific Univesity Whitman College 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Solicit additional partnerships with corporate sponsors through our Foundation. Host workshops with Miramar faculty and faculty at local high schools, particularly in key cluster areas. Explore a possible formal Partnership with Scripps Ranch High School to develop an Early and/or Middle College program. 4. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy. A comparison of the number of partnerships Miramar is sustaining will be provided in the annual report as of June 30, 2003. Goal 4: Initiate and Strengthen Beneficial Partnerships With Business and Industry, Schools and Community Strategy 2: Increase Input and Involvement of Business and Industry in Miramar College’s Curriculum, Enterprise, and Programs Orchestrators: Mary Benard, Greg Newhouse, and Dorothy Simpson Task Force/Committee Members: Mary Benard, Greg Newhouse, and Dorothy Simpson 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. Conducted Industry Advisory Board meetings: Toyota, Daimler Chrysler, Diesel, and Bio Technology. Cash donations received: Daimler Chrysler - $10,000; Hawthorne - $20,000; Caterpillar - $20,000; Jerome Navarra - $5,000 (for AVIA program) During the last twelve months the Automotive Program has worked with business and industry to update the curriculum for 8 12 automotive courses and to set the stage for completing the update of all automotive courses during the Spring 2003 semester. The diesel program worked with business and industry to update curriculum for 19 classes. The Aviation department (AVIA) reviewed and updated curriculum for 9 AVIA courses. Equipment donations: The Automotive Program has received two new vehicles from Toyota and been awarded a new vehicle from Chrysler. Generally the product worth of these vehicles is approximately $55,000. Through the ATT Program and in concert with assistance from business and industry, Miramar has been able to acquire two diesel electronic engines for the Diesel Program and a new technology computer engine control system for the Aviation Program. These items represent an approximate value of $16,000. Partnerships with the San Diego Regional Clean Fuels Coalition and Women’s Transportation Seminar have been strengthened with participation now at the Board Member level. These organizations represent over 100 compani3es and public agencies involved in transportation system planning and alternative fuels use and development in the San Diego Region. A new partnership with the SciTech Academy of the San Diego Unified School District has been initiated with a focus of linking high school students to the varied companies involved in transportation system management and alternative fuel and vehicle us e. The biotech department was designated as the regional Bio Technology Center (formerly held by City College and was awarded the ED>Net funded Regional Biotechnology Grant=$169,500. 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Conduct advisory board meetings in the following areas: Auto (Toyota and Daimler Chrysler), Diesel, Aviation, and BioTech. Complete course updates and curriculum revisions for auto, diesel and aviation. Implement Chancellor’s Office Grants. Solidify automotive partnership relations by linking industry partners and the region’s high school automotive programs through product redonation from Miramar for the high school automotive programs. Facilitate industry partners involvement in the Miramar Career Day, providing another venue for linking industry, Miramar and local high school automotive programs. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. Equipment donations and contributions have totaled approximately $126,000. 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. The Miramar ATT Program has been working with the SciTech Academy of the San Diego Unified School District to advance learning in all aspects of transportation, ranging from technician development to computer and physics education. To accomplish this, the ATT Program has presented a program on Intelligent Transportation Systems to SciTech Academy students and arranged for field trips to transportation companies in the region. These have included Cubic Transportation Systems, the California Department of Transportation, Kyocera, and the San Diego Transportation Management Center. Goal 4: Initiate and strengthen beneficial partnerships with business and industry, schools, and community Strategy 3: Establish a rapid response process to allow us to respond quickly to partnership proposals from business, industry, and education Orchestrators: Miramar Manager’s Group Task Force/Committee Members: Miramar Managers 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. There have been no cases when requests for partnering from business, industry, or educational partnerships have not been quickly responded to. A few examples are: Rapid response to the opportunity to write a FIPSE proposal –securing National University and SPRECTRUM (entrepreneurial, distance education company) as partners and writing a shared proposal for a FIPSE grant focusing on online/hybrid regional criminal justice training by a two-month deadline. Rapid development of successful proposals to offer master of arms and EMT training to the US Navy. Immediate response to a request from High Tech High to offer college courses at their campus, in coordination with our two sister colleges. 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. The College is committed to efficiently responding to requests for partnership from external sources, using a participative assessment process. 3. N/A 4. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy. Goal 4: Initiate and Strengthen Beneficial Partnerships With Business and Industry Schools, and Community Strategy 4: Implement College-Wide Service Learning, Work Experience, and Internship Opportunities for Miramar College Students Orchestrators: Judy Baker Outcome Measurements: # Student involvement in formal service learning opportunities # Courses which include service learning components # Students participating in work experience # Students participating in internships 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. Service learning resources identified Webpage developed and posted at: http://www.miramar.sdccd.net/depts/pdc/servicelearning.htm Developed template forms to aid faculty in establishing service learning component in courses: o Student Handbook o Agreement Form o Student Evaluation Form o Agency Evaluation Form o Letter of Understanding Meetings with Honors coordinator to include service learning as an Honors project FLEX session conducted on “Service Learning at Miramar” on Thursday, January 30 at 1:00 – 2:00 in I-105. More details at: http://WWW.mirmar.sdccd.net /depts./pdc/FLEXservicelearning.htm Assisted faculty, Danene Soares & Laurie Lorence, in the development of WEBCT Service Learning Course during summer 2003 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Conduct FLEX session on Service Learning Update service learning webpage Contact specific faculty about including service learning in courses 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. One webpage posted One FLEX session conduct; Attendance at the FLEX session was about 20 faculty. Five students in Carol Murphy’s Math 210B during spring 2003 expressed an interest in service learning projects. 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. Five students in Carol Murphy’s 210B class indicated an interest in service learning. The Committee provided the instructor with information about conducting service learning. She made up a signature form and was expecting her students to write journal entries for their experiences. They did the service learning instead of a class project. Goal 5: Enhance Miramar College’s visibility, attractiveness, and reputation of quality Strategy 1: Build external recognition of Miramar College’s location, programming, accessibility, quality teaching and programs, and student-centeredness Orchestrators: Sandi Trevisan Task Force/Committee Members: Marketing Committee 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. Class Schedules Class schedules include newsletter “wrap” of articles promoting quality, new programs, alumni features, college conveniences/service/innovations and Prop S information Class schedules direct mailed to all service area residents and businesses (64,000+) Class schedule distribution: libraries, rec. centers, senior centers, high schools in surrounding communities (Mira Mesa, Scripps Ranch, University City, Tierra Santa, Penasquitos, Carmel Mountain, Carmel Valley, NTC, MCAS Miramar, Poway, Rancho Bernardo) (6,000) Class schedules available in campus advising centers (high schools and colleges) Class schedule mailing upon request (1,100 per semester) Advertising Fall district wide campaign to support Prop S information included Miramar-specific alumni profiles (community newspapers) Press releases • electronic marquee Two-week radio ad campaign, rotation schedule (prior to semester start date): XTRA-FM (91X), KHTZ-FM (Z90), KHTS-FM (93.3), XLTN-FM (Radio Latina), KBZT-FM (94.5), KXST-FM (SETS 102) Two-week Premiere Traffic Network (prior to semester start date): KGB-FM, KHTS-FM, KIOZ-FM, XTA-AM, XTRA-FM, KOGO-AM, KMSX-FM, XHRM-FM, KSON-FM, KIFM-FM Print advertising: Job Giant, SDSU Aztec, Sentinel, Military Press, Diamond Gateway Signature, Navy Dispatch, Corridor News, San Diego Union Tribune, Pennysaver, Reader Sign-On San Diego web links/district and college pages • website promotion Outreach Outreach “fairs” with class schedule mail list requests: Mira Mesa Street Fair, Carmel Mountain Street Fair, Penasquitos Street Fair, San Diego Earthfaire, MCAS Miramar Air Show, high school career fairs, high school lunchtime tables, Multicultural Festival Downtown Other Created “Diversity ROCKS!” series co-sponsored with Cultural Diversity Committee Created “Rhythm & Moves” series format for music department presentations Schedule “Evening with the Experts” events to showcase campus faculty and outside artists – received more requests for participation than Fridays available. Host campus events (Livable Neighborhoods, Diamond Gateway Chamber Mixer) Celebrate alumni through Distinguished Alumni recognition at commencement and subsequent publicity. Profile successful alumni, faculty and staff through WE district newsletter and local print media. Produce comprehensive marketing/outreach materials with a single theme, look, feel, and mission statement (from new Strategic Plan). Promote quality of education, caring environment. Regularly attend community meetings and participate in community forums. Join Rancho Bernardo Chamber of Commerce; Golden Triangle Chamber of Commerce Publish “online” brochure specifically for MCAS Miramar and separate online brochure to introduce area community to new college program. Participate in community events (teams, walks, parades, booths). Work with website committee to develop new image. Write new copy. 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Continue Evening with the Experts events. Continue to develop campus materials with coordinated look, feel, and image/message. Develop month-long celebration of Centennial of Flight, May 2003 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy. Hosted 50 events for community participation on campus (2001-2002) o (Hosted 38 events for community participation on campus -- fall 2002) Participated in 18 community events (2001-2002). o (Participated in 6 community events -- fall 2002) Goal 5: Enhance Miramar College’s Visibility, Attractiveness, and Reputation For Quality Strategy 2: Improve The Physical Appearance of the Miramar College Campus Orchestrators: Peggy Manges Task Force/Committee Members: Tracey Berry, Matt Fay, Bob Fritsch, Dan Gutowski, Officer Anthony Abutin, and Jennifer Nickles 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. Received over $600 in donations of annual color from a north county nursery and planted throughout the campus. Built planter box and installed a micro mist irrigation system east of A-111 by faculty parking. Built up concrete tree wells south of A-100 to improve soil depth for annuals and install a drip irrigation system. Installed over 25 railroad ties by tennis courts. Installed an irrigation system to wet down the infield soil on Field #6 (Hourglass Park) to improve man-hour use. Renovated turf around A-100 building. Planted 8 new trees throughout campus. Improved plant stock for set-ups. Replaced carpet & painted walls in A-207 Replaced carpet with tile in D-107 (staff lounge) Installed walkway lighting from parking lot #3 Installed a temporary 3' walkway from parking lot #3 Incorporated 8 new modulars; and installed all the furniture 3 days before the semester started. Installed new lighting on B-100; A-100; F-100. Re-roofed old section of C-100. Installed access ramp at turn-around in Hourglass Park. Installed signage for T200 & T300 Installed large “blind spot” mirror on the fence near S103. Installed fence from existing fence on the north side of D400 (jointly paid with CET). Installed white boards in B401, C500, I123, I124 and I125. Replaced glass in display unit in the Library. Installed exterior lighting to the I100 patio. Renovated I-124 – upgrade AV Installed handrails in I-101A/B (on walls) Upgraded AV in I-101A/B Installed a sink/faucet/hot water heater at hourglass Comfort Station. Modified speed bumps on the Hillary access road. Installed new flooring in B207 and painted walls Installed additional exterior lighting on the east side of C300 (safety factor). Installed three water filtration systems in E100, C303 and D102. Replaced mirror in A111 Installed a dedicated line for a copy machine at NTC Re-lamped D400 with energy efficient lamps Completed third phase of deco-tex on A200 second floor and elevator ramp. Installed new play structure at the Child Development Center Installed large water heater in D100 Replaced gas line east of D200 Renovated men’s showers ion Diesel building (C100) Installed new tile in Bookstore (D300) Installed new HVAC system in C300 and S100 Installed new ramp to C304 Separated alarm system to B204 and B205 Installed electrical outlets and lighting in storage facility south west of F100. 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the summer and fall semester. Update landscape in the main entrance berm (next to grinder) with some shrubs that provide color. This is the second of three phases to improve our main entrance. With funding from campus, complete phase three of main entrance project. Phase three is a redesign of the landscaped area just south/west of the I-building and east of the entrance to parking lot #2. The redesign will include; removing the berm to improve visibility getting in and out of the parking #2; relocating of the trees to accommodate a seating area with picnic tables for the students; improving the landscape to tie into phase #1 & phase #2 of the main entrance project. The grounds department will have a design and cost estimate at the next Goal #5 committee meeting. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over the first year of the planned period. See above. 4. List any related accomplishments, which have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. See above. Goal 5: Enhance Miramar College’s Visibility, Attractiveness, and Reputation For Quality and Student Centeredness In A Setting That Celebrate Diversity Strategy 3: Use Systematic Outreach To Increase Miramar College’s Visibility In It’s Service area, Business and Industry, and Public Schools Orchestrators: Julianna Barnes, Mary Benard, and Sandi Trevisan Task Force/Committee Members: Julianna Barnes, Mary Bendard, and Sandi Trevisan 1. Please describe, in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. Formed the Business Outreach Task Force. Membership includes: Pat Keir, Julie R. Sandi T., Alex C., Pat O., Geralyn R., and Mary Benard. Task force meeting minutes and information on activities are available through the president’s web page. The task force identified key companies in the surrounding zip code areas, sent out 15 letters of introduction from Pat K., and conducted site visits to 3 companies in the area. (Hawthorne Machinery, TRW, GenProbe) Task force is also the steering committee for preparation of the campus economic development plan. Phyllis Sensenig has been contracted to conduct research and prepare plan. Plan development is funded through the capacity grant. The plan will support future campus program development planning. The Economic Development Strategic Plan was completed in June 2003. Campus staff participated in 7 street fairs and parades Hosted annual Mira Mesa "Liveable Neighborhoods" Campus staff regularly attend community planning councils Sandi Trevisan joined Rancho Bernardo Chamber of Commerce on behalf of Miramar College Pam Deegan joined Golden Triangle Chamber of Commerce on behalf of Miramar College Increase membership on Miramar College Foundation to include 13 new cross-section community and industry representatives. An Outreach Intern and Student Ambassadors were hired and trained to participate in various outreach activities and events at local area high schools, including lunch time tables, college/career fairs, classroom presentations, and parent meetings Through her role as Chair of the Education Committee through the Diamond Gateway Chamber of Commerce, Julianna Rodriguez interacted with various schools in the Poway Unified School District In collaboration with district outreach efforts, new districtwide outreach brochures were developed and an on-line prospective student database was created 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish over the spring semester. Task force identified additional companies to mail letters of introduction and target for site visits in the spring semester (UNISIS, Teradyne, Southern Wine and Hoist Fitness) The Task Force will collaborate, bringing together business/industry, community, and school outreach, to plan and implement the third annual Career Expo. During the event, over 500 prospective high school students will visit the campus, along with community members and business/industry partners. Student Ambassadors will continue to participate in various outreach activities and events at local area high schools. In addition to the targeted high school activities listed above, ambassadors will be instrumental in participating in "early outreach" activities including "College Making it Happen" at local middle schools and in the "I'm Going To College" program for local area fourth graders. The new district CCTI grant will allow Miramar to partner with Crawford High School (with a focus in Public Safety and Legal Assistant) Miramar will explore a formal partnership with Scripps Ranch High School for an Early and/or middle College program 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over past semester. The task force identified key companies in the surrounding zip code areas, sent out letters of introduction from Pat K., and conducted site visits to 3 companies in the area. (Hawthorne Machinery, TRW, GenProbe) Student Ambassadors participated in 31 college/career/community fairs, weekly/bi- weekly lunch time tables at local area high schools, and various events such as parent nights, campus tours, and on site high school testing and orientations. SDCCD Institutional Research will release a high school feeder report with 2002-03 data in the Fall 2003 The Diamond gateway Chamber of Commerce created new scholarship opportunities for prospective (in the San Diego Unified and Poway Unified areas) and current Miramar students up to $4500. 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. Campus Economic Development Strategic Plan to be disseminated on campus at FLEX and throughout the community to Chambers and interested business and community groups. . The plan will be used as a tool to support the decision making process on future program directions. Increased collaboration with various committees and units to develop, implement and participate in various outreach activities and events (Marketing, Public Information Office, Dean of Workforce Development, Office of Student Affairs, Associated Students, Diversity Education) Goal 5: Enhance Miramar College’s Visibility, Attractiveness and Reputation for Quality and Student Centeredness In A Setting That Celebrate Diversity Strategy 4: Showcase Miramar College’s Talent In The Community Through A Speakers’ Bureau Orchestrators: Bob Henderson Task Force/Committee Members: Bob Henderson and Sandi Trevison 1. Please describe in bullet form, what has been accomplished related to the strategy and action steps included in the plan from July 1, 2002 –June 30, 2003. A brochure has been created and published for distribution. The brochure information has also been posted on the web site (www.miramarcollege.net/speakersbureau). Postcards announcing the program and website have been received and will be mailed to community/service organizations this spring. Press releases were being mailed in February 2003. Flex credit has been approved for faculty participating in a speaking engagement. Created a database 2. Please indicate what your group plans to accomplish for 2003-2004. Establish a formal procedure to coordinate the receipt of speaking requests and the scheduling of speakers. Solicit input from college faculty/staff regarding speaking engagements completed outside the campus environment. Continue to promote the program to both internal and external community. 3. Please provide any specific data or metric that demonstrates progress towards your goal or strategy over the past semester. Thirty-three active members are available. Twenty-three speaking engagements have been recorded for college staff. 4. List any related accomplishments that have moved Miramar forward towards the accomplishment of the overall goal. None known.
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