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  Response to "Dialogue on Chief Illiniwek"                                                                                 1999 Concerns   3/7/2001    Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                                           meeting

   At 3 p.m. the Board reconvened with a roll call, followed by comments from each of the Trustees. Trustee
  Gravenhorst indicated that she is supportive of the Chief and finds it a dignified symbol and that "tradition
  outweighs any objections." Trustee Lamont favors current policy based on historical tradition, but he also
  supports compromise and recommended the creation of a study committee. Student Trustee Reddy expressed
  respect for the past, but feels a change is needed to retire the Chief. Trustee Engelbrecht is supportive of the
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  Chief, but feels that work is needed toward a further resolution. Trustee Plummer is supportive of the Chief, but         1999 Concerns   3/7/2001    Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                                           meeting
  feels that it needs further study. Trustee Schmidt is supportive of the Chief, but recommended compromise and
  further study. Student Trustee Gleezen expressed concern that too many resources are being directed to this
  debate, and recommended compromise with a move toward retiring the Chief. Trustee Vickrey abstained from
  comment due to his recent appointment. Student Trustee Calderon recommended a compromise upholding the
  tradition of the Chief, and partnering with the Peoria tribe to further understanding of Native American issues.


  Chief--TRO--re contacting athletes                                                                                        1999 Concerns   4/19/2001   Inside Illinois

  He then took up the business of the committee to consider the Chief issue which was to be assigned the task of
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  exploring the issues more deeply and seeking a possible compromise. He asked for and received approval to                 1999 Concerns   5/23/2001   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                                           meeting
  have an Attendance Roll Call on appoint Trustee Plummer as a committee of one.

  Trustee Shea: introduced Trustee Plummer and the background of the report. I ) No public? Board only. 2) No
  vote taken today but will be discussed by the board in the near future. Trustee Plummer: no rehash of pro and
  con positions and opinions. Recognized emotional content by suggested "dialogue process" did not accomplish
  much. Goal was to determine if any compromise exists. I. Compromises available: what acceptable resolutions
  are available? ~ that would be okay for a majority of people. 2. Resolutions that some find acceptable. Many
  note distinction between honorable history and current divisiveness. Principles used in outlining alternatives: I.
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  Must be in the best interest of the University. 2. Be consistent with University values. 3. Be acceptable to the          1999 Concerns   3/13/2002   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                                           meeting
  majority of the board. 4. Be final. 5. Have a compelling rationale. 6. Not ignore history . 7. Begin healing. 8.
  Produce no winners. . Alternatives: I. Remove: 2. Keep Variations on Course of Action: I. Chief "entails"
  several symbols including "Illini", dance and graphics. But clearly the chief and the names are distinct. 2. Use of
  "Illini" and "Fighting Illini" terminology applied to students in 1874 to reflect state of origin, long before athletic
  team uses, when student newspaper changed its name. Only later (50 years) was used in sports. 3. Other
  institutional experience. No two were the same. Questions from board were minimal at this time.
  Chief--Plummer Report                                                                                                     1999 Concerns   3/21/2002   Inside Illinois




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  Several former Chief Illiniweks supported "the honor" of the Chief, one from Montana stating the some of his
  best friends are Native Americans and that "these people" have serious problems with alcoholism and un-
  employment. Having an honored symbol like the Chief would do wonders for their well being. Finally two
  members of the public presented, in their allotted 5 minutes, a draft resolution that they requested be signed by
  the members of the Board. The point of the resolution was to retire the chief and, among other things, to                                                           report of Board
  apologize publicly for having sponsored the chief. The second speaker finished her presentation before the          1999 Concerns   11/14/2002   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                                      meeting
  allotted time expired and, when asked if she were finished, said she would wait for the remaining minutes while
  the board signed the resolution. When it became clear the members of the Board would not sign the resolution
  the Public Commenter began a demonstration that was joined by many in the audience.After several minutes,
  the chair of the Board declared that the Board was going into Executive Session and that the room should be
  cleared. The demonstrators and others left the room.
  Chancellor gets vote of confidence from Senate and BOT over billboards re her stand on Chief                        1999 Concerns   2/20/2003    Inside Illinois

  The meeting had been moved from the Pine Lounge in order to accommodate the large number of attendees,
  including local and national media. The roll was called with all trustees present, excepting Niranjan S. Shah.
  The Public Comment period began immediately following. Three presenters spoke in favor of Trustee Frances
  G. Carroll's resolution to retire the Chief, "Resolution Concerning Chief Illiniwek, the Symbol of the Athletic                                                     report of Board
                                                                                                                      1999 Concerns   11/13/2003   Senate Minutes
  Teams at the Urbana campus," and two presenters spoke against it. Trustee Carroll then withdrew her resolution,                                                     meeting
  indicating she would refile it at the July, 2004 meeting. Chair Eppley spoke briefly, reminding the crowd that
  the Board's previous resolution in support of the Chief remained in effect. He then proceeded to accept Carroll's
  request to withdraw her resolution. The Board went into Executive Session at 9:20 a.m.

  Chief--Senate passes resolution to encourage BOT to retire Chief                                                    1999 Concerns   2/19/2004    Inside Illinois
  Chief--discussion at BOT meeting                                                                                    1999 Concerns   3/18/2004    Inside Illinois
  Chief--complaint about focus visit--no faculty met with team                                                        1999 Concerns   5/6/2004     Inside Illinois
  Chief--BOT passes resolution for consensus process                                                                  1999 Concerns   6/17/2004    Inside Illinois
  ChicagoThe first issue treated by the board was the agenda item concerning Chief Illiniwek. Trustees Carroll
  and Sodemann presented this item and explained their intent to work to bring about a consensus position, after                                                      report of Board
                                                                                                                      1999 Concerns   6/17/2004    Senate Minutes
  many years of listening to debate from both the anti-Chief and pro-Chief advocates. The six speakers in the                                                         meeting
  public comment session all addressed the Chief Illiniwek controversy.

  Four spoke in favor of retention of the Chief, two spoke in favor of retiring the Chief. At the beginning of the
  meeting the audience was filled with proponents of both sides of the issue.Student trustee Allen made two
  motions to amend the item recommended by Trustees Carroll and Sodemann; both were defeated. The first                                                               report of Board
                                                                                                                      1999 Concerns   6/17/2004    Senate Minutes
  called for presentation of a means for resolving the controversy by June 30, 2005, and the second was a motion                                                      meeting
  to replace the item with the item presented by Trustee Carroll in November 2003. After dealing with this matter,
  the board met in executive session then returned for a meeting of the Buildings and Grounds Committee.

  Chief--Herman asks Senate, SEC to study impact of Chief                                                             1999 Concerns   7/7/2004     Inside Illinois

  Chief--NCA focused visit report confirmed that Chief is not an acccreditation issue                                 1999 Concerns   8/25/2004    Inside Illinois




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  Items on the agenda included a proposed ―Policy to Preserve and Recognize the State‘s American Indian
  Heritage.‖ In discussing the Policy, President Stukel suggested that it was not a resolution about the Chief, per                                                   report of Board
                                                                                                                      1999 Concerns   9/9/2004     Senate Minutes
  se, but rather a point of departure to discuss what is an appropriate activity to recognize the state‘s Native                                                      meeting
  American heritage.

  Professor Stephen Kaufman (MED) asked the Chancellor if members of the Senate could meet with
  representatives of the North Central Association (NCA) during their current ―focused visit‖.Dr. Cantor replied
  that the Provost was handling the arrangements for the NCA visit.Senator Ken Andersen (LAS), member of the
  Senate Executive Committee (SEC), indicated that members of the SEC met with NCA representatives earlier
  that day. Professor Kaufman displayed a letter written to the NCA and co-signed by himself and Professors           1999 Concerns   11/29/2004   Senate Minutes
  Frederick Hoxie and Carol Spindel, which called for the NCA to be aware that the ―focused visit‖ neglected to
  include meetings with all parties to the ongoing illiniwek debate.Senator Al Kagan (LIBR) moved for the letter
  to be incorporated and included by reference into the minutes of today‘s Senate meeting.The motion was
  approved by a show of hands.
  Chair Eppley distributed‘ ―Proposed Chief Guidelines‖ to the board members.Draft Guidelines Framework:
  Seek consensus Preserve tradition and heritage in concert with the board‘s heritage resolutions. Retain the
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  names ―Illini‖ and ―Fighting Illini.‖ Recognize the diversity of Illinois American Indian culture, past and         1999 Concerns   3/10/2005    Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                                      meeting
  present. Engage American Indian involvement in our efforts. Reflect the University‘s core values of excellence,
  integrity and respect.
  Adopted a resolution on guidelines for consensus on Chief Illiniwek saying we will retain the terms Illini and                                                      report of Board
                                                                                                                      1999 Concerns   7/14/2005    Senate Minutes
  Fighting Illini.                                                                                                                                                    meeting
  Chief--NCAA announces new policy banning Native American imagery                                                    1999 Concerns   8/18/2005    Inside Illinois
  Chief--UI appeals NCAA policy                                                                                       1999 Concerns   10/20/2005   Inside Illinois
  Chief--NCAA oks use of Illini and Fighting Illini                                                                   1999 Concerns   11/17/2005   Inside Illinois
  Chief--Senate committee on Educational Effect of Chief Illiniwek outlines proposed study                            1999 Concerns   12/16/2005   Inside Illinois

  Public Comment: The only reference to the Chief issue during the meeting was by Roger Huddleston who said
  the NCAA edict is a surrender of sovereignty. We must continue our athletic success. We have an opportunity to                                                      report of Board
                                                                                                                      1999 Concerns   1/19/2006    Senate Minutes
  seize the moment and resolve the problem. He seemed to suggest the Board reach a decision that could include                                                        meeting
  accepting the NCAA mandate.

  Chief--UI appeals NCAA policy on postseason play                                                                    1999 Concerns   2/2/2006     Inside Illinois
  A methodology for conducting a systematic study to examine the impact that Chief Illiniwek has on the
  educational effectiveness of this campus has been submitted by the Committee charged with this task. The            1999 Concerns   2/20/2006    Senate Minutes
  Chancellor and the SEC have agreed to defer undertaking this study at this time

  Chief--NCAA issues final ruling prohibiting UI from hosting postseason play                                         1999 Concerns   5/4/2006     Inside Illinois
  Chief--discussion at annual meeting of the faculty                                                                  1999 Concerns   9/21/2006    Inside Illinois
  Another issue that you might want to be aware of is that our excellent women‘s soccer team is having to play
  away for the tournament playoffs since the NCAA has banned UIUC from hosting playoffs because of Chief              1999 Concerns   10/30/2006   Senate Minutes
  Illiniwek. Our women‘s volleyball team may have the same fate.
  Chief appears for last time                                                                                         1999 Concerns   3/1/2007     Inside Illinois
  Chief--BOT votes to retire                                                                                          1999 Concerns   3/15/2007    Inside Illinois



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  The appointment of a Vice Chancellor for Research was approved by the Board of Trustees on March 2, 2000.
                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
  Plans have been submitted to the Chancellor and Provost to implement the reorganization and separation of the       Administrative Change   5/31/2000
                                                                                                                                                           annual report
  Office of Vice Chancellor for Research and the Graduate College, effective FY01.
  An ad hoc committee reaffirmed the importance of the Graduate College to provide leadership and oversight for
  graduate programs. Plans have been submitted to the Chancellor and the Provost for the                                                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                                      Administrative Change   5/31/2000
  reorganization/separation of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the Graduate College. The                                                annual report
  Urbana Senate is reviewing corresponding changes in the statutes associated with the reorganization.

  Dean of Business--Ghosh                                                                                             Administrative Change   2/1/2001     Inside Illinois

  Dean of Engineering--Daniel                                                                                         Administrative Change   2/1/2001     Inside Illinois

  Dean of Vet Med--Whitely                                                                                            Administrative Change   4/16/2001    Inside Illinois

  Chancellor -- Cantor                                                                                                Administrative Change   4/19/2001    Inside Illinois
  The Technology Management Office Business and Recovery Plan was completed and submitted to the Vice
  Chancellor for Research. This plan, which will be implemented in AY2001-2002, calls for streamlined
  procedures and additional staff to improve campus technology transfer responsibilities. This plan to date has led
  to the appointment of an Interim Director for the Technology Management Office (TMO) and the hiring, jointly                                             Chancellor's
                                                                                                                      Administrative Change   6/15/2001
  with College of Agricultural Consumer, and Environmental Science (ACES), of an additional Technology                                                     annual report
  Transfer Specialist.Following a recommendation in the Technology Management Office Recovery Plan, the
  Research and Technology Management Office was separated into the Technology Management Office (TMO)
  and the Office of Research Administration (ORA).
                                                                                                                                                                              report of Board
  Pierre Wiltzius was named Director ofBeckman                                                                        Administrative Change   10/29/2001   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                                              meeting of 9/12/01
  Vice Chancellor for Research -- Zukosky                                                                             Administrative Change   3/6/2002     Inside Illinois

  GEO sit-in at Swanlund starts negotiation for Union                                                                 Administrative Change   3/21/2002    Inside Illinois

  Dean of Social Work -- Korr                                                                                         Administrative Change   7/5/2002     Inside Illinois

  Dean of ACES -- Easter                                                                                              Administrative Change   7/18/2002    Inside Illinois

  Dean of Law--Hurd                                                                                                   Administrative Change   7/18/2002    Inside Illinois

  Vice President--Gardner                                                                                             Administrative Change   7/19/2002    Inside Illinois

  Vice Chancellor for Public Engagement and Institutional Relations--new title--Schomberg                             Administrative Change   11/5/2002    Inside Illinois

  Grad Students ok GEO                                                                                                Administrative Change   12/6/2002    Inside Illinois
  Eliminated the position of Vice Chancellor for Administration and Human Resources. This will result in a                                                 Chancellor's
                                                                                                                      Administrative Change   6/17/2003
  significant savings.                                                                                                                                     annual report



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  Provided recommendations for incorporating affirmative action components to the University of Illinois                                                  Chancellor's
                                                                                                                      Administrative Change   6/17/2003
  Integrate project.                                                                                                                                      annual report
  Provided assistance for design and implementation of the Banner system financial modules. This included: 1)
  significant contributions to system design, 2) assignment of staff subject matter experts to serve as Banner
  trainers 3) ―scrubbing‖ or improving the integrity of existing data prior to its conversion to the new system, 4)                                       Chancellor's
                                                                                                                      Administrative Change   6/17/2003
  planning and implementing procedures to ease the transitional period, and 5) developing and/or changing                                                 annual report
  existing systems and processes to interface with Banner (such as FABweb – a paperless, efficient Web-based
  system for communicating Banner fixed assets information from units to departments).

  A successful ―go-live‖ of Financial Aid portion of SCT Banner software was executed by the student financial
                                                                                                                                                          Chancellor's
  aid team and estimated financial aid award letters for 2003 incoming first-year students were generated from the    Administrative Change   6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                          annual report
  new system.
  Constructed a new course database, including the conversion work for renumbering of 5000 courses, in order to
                                                                                                                                                          Chancellor's
  support Courses Catalog/Timetable changes for both the Banner replacement of UI Direct and the approaching          Administrative Change   6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                          annual report
  replacement of the Urbana campus space scheduling software.

  Associate Chancellor for Public Affairs--Kaler appointed Interim                                                    Administrative Change   8/22/2003

  ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education closed                                               Administrative Change   12/4/2003   Inside Illinois

  College of Communication Task Force Report                                                                          Administrative Change   2/17/2004   Inside Illinois

  Chancellor--Cantor announces resignation                                                                            Administrative Change   2/19/2004   Inside Illinois

  Chancellor--Herman named Interim                                                                                    Administrative Change   4/1/2004    Inside Illinois

  College of Communication recommendations for change                                                                 Administrative Change   5/5/2004    Inside Illinois

  Associate Chancellor for Development--Marshall                                                                      Administrative Change   6/16/2004   Inside Illinois

  Created a Department of Bioengineering to position the College of Engineering for collaboration with other
                                                                                                                                                          Chancellor's
  academic units to develop cutting-edge work in what has emerged as an area of enormous future importance for        Administrative Change   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                          annual report
  teaching, research, and economic development. Faculty are being recruited for the new department.
  Completed a search for the deanship in Communications with the recommendation that Ronald Yates, Interim
                                                                                                                                                          Chancellor's
  Dean, be appointed. Searches are nearing completion for the Directors of American Indian Studies/Native             Administrative Change   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                          annual report
  American Program and the Center on Democracy in a Multiracial Society.
  GEO--contract agreement reached                                                                                     Administrative Change   7/15/2004   Inside Illinois

  Dean of LAS-- Interim Mangelsdorf                                                                                   Administrative Change   8/2/2004    Inside Illinois

  President--White named                                                                                              Administrative Change   11/4/2004   Inside Illinois




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  In other business, the Board unanimously approved Dr. B. Joseph White as the new President of the University                                                                 report of Board
                                                                                                                       Administrative Change   11/11/2004   Senate Minutes
  of Illinois via a voice vote.                                                                                                                                                meeting
  Dean of Engineering--Adesida named as Interim                                                                        Administrative Change   4/1/2005     Inside Illinois

  Chancellor--Herman named                                                                                             Administrative Change   4/19/2005    Inside Illinois
  Appointed Richard Herman as Chancellor after a revision in the item to clarify the role of the Trustees relative                                                             report of Board
                                                                                                                       Administrative Change   5/19/2005    Senate Minutes
  to his employment                                                                                                                                                            meeting
  Associate Chancellor for Public Affairs--Kaler permanent                                                             Administrative Change   11/10/2005

  Provost--Katehi named                                                                                                Administrative Change   12/19/2005   Inside Illinois

  Dean of FAA -- Graves named Interim                                                                                  Administrative Change   1/1/2006

  Dean of LAS--Mangelsdorf appointed permanent                                                                         Administrative Change   1/13/2006    Inside Illinois

  Organizational changes for University Administration                                                                 Administrative Change   2/16/2006    Inside Illinois

  Dean of Education--Kalantzis                                                                                         Administrative Change   5/3/2006     Inside Illinois

  Dean of Engineeering--Adesida named permanent                                                                        Administrative Change   5/3/2006     Inside Illinois
  Dr. Mary Kalantzis was approved as the new Dean of the College of Education and will begin service on August                                                                 report of Board
                                                                                                                       Administrative Change   5/11/2006    Senate Minutes
  1, 2006.                                                                                                                                                                     meeting
  Dr. Ilesanmi Adesida, currently Interim Dean of the College of Engineering, was approved as permanent dean of                                                                report of Board
                                                                                                                       Administrative Change   5/11/2006    Senate Minutes
  the college.                                                                                                                                                                 meeting
  Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs -- Romano named                                                                  Administrative Change   5/18/2006    Inside Illinois

  He then reported that a contract has been let for the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) initiative; a University-
                                                                                                                       Administrative Change   11/27/2006   Senate Minutes
  wide committee has been created to help oversee the migration of the campuses to the ERP systems.

  Vice President--and chief financial officer -- Knorr                                                                 Administrative Change   1/18/2007    Inside Illinois

  Dean of FAA -- Graves                                                                                                Administrative Change   3/8/2007     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                            Inside             http://www.news.uiu
  Sally Jackson, the chief information officer at the University of Arizona and an alumna of the University of
                                                                                                                       Administrative Change   5/11/2007    Illinois/News      c.edu/news/07/0511
  Illinois, has been named the new chief information officer of the Urbana campus.
                                                                                                                                                            Bureau             cio.html
  Banner implemented                                                                                                   Administrative Change

  Campustown 2000 formed                                                                                               Major Accomplishment    1/1/2000     Inside Illinois

  Project 2000 Plus formed                                                                                             Major Accomplishment    1/1/2000     Inside Illinois




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  Event                                                                                                                Category               Date        Source             Comments
Supported the next phase of UI-Integrate to encompass student, human resource, and financial systems used to
conduct and support university business.Campus units worked in collaboration with staff in Central                                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                       Major Accomplishment   6/15/2001
Administration and on the Chicago and Springfield campuses to help advance the UI-Integrate project. Staff from                                           annual report
several offices on campus are supporting the UI-Integrate project.
  Childcare Expansion                                                                                                  Major Accomplishment   12/6/2001   Inside Illinois
  The Graduate College developed the Graduate Admissions Reporting and Download System (GARDS) to
                                                                                                                                                          Chancellor's
  provide a workable, user-friendly interface between graduate programs and information about applicants to            Major Accomplishment   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                          annual report
  graduate programs collected by the Banner application program.
  Enabled students to apply for financial aid, activate loans, receive award letters, and view status of aid via the                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                       Major Accomplishment   6/18/2004
  web.                                                                                                                                                    annual report
  Worked with University administration and campus units to help support implementation of UI-Integrate to                                                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                       Major Accomplishment   6/18/2004
  encompass student, human resource and financial systems used to conduct and support university business.                                                annual report

  Strategic planning process started by White                                                                          Major Accomplishment   5/19/2005   Inside Illinois
  Chancellor Herman of UIUC gave an audio-visual presentation on recent honors and initiatives on the Urbana-
                                                                                                                                                                             report of Board
  Champaign campus that emphasized illustrious faculty and student achievements, interdisciplinary                     Major Accomplishment   4/11/2006   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                                             meeting
  collaborations, program awards, and community service.
  Chancellor Richard Herman for being named to the Presidential Council of Advisors on Science and                                                                           report of Board
                                                                                                                       Major Accomplishment   4/11/2006   Senate Minutes
  Technology.                                                                                                                                                                meeting
                                                                                                                                                                             report of Board
  Chair Lawrence C. Eppley stated that the Urbana campus would award its 500,000 degree                                Major Accomplishment   5/11/2006   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                                             meeting
  Continuous Improvement plan in operations                                                                            Major Accomplishment   2/15/2007   Inside Illinois




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   The Chancellor then turned the podium over to Jack Dempsey, Executive Director for Facilities and Services, who spoke to issues within
   his portfolio, including:Administrative Review Committees (25% reduction in his base budget) Budget Impacts on his Operations
                                                                                                                                                     Facility Planning   12/8/2003    Senate Minutes
   (decreased campus mail delivery, grounds maintenance, and repair/janitorial services) Future Challenges (catching up on the backlog of
   deferred maintenance, etc.)
   Borrowing money for critical repairs                                                                                                              Facility Planning   3/3/2005     Inside Illinois

                                                                                                                                                                                                        report of
   Approved employment of RATIO Architects, Inc. for professional services required in the schematic design of the new Conference Center
                                                                                                                                                     Facility Planning   11/10/2005   Senate Minutes    board
   at the University of Illinois Research Park - $686,200 includes on-site observation and reimbursables.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        meeting

   Approved employment of Booth Hansen architectural/engineering firm ($2,230,141 and reimbursable expenses estimated at $145.131) for
                                                                                                                                                                                                        report of
   professional services required in the conceptualization, schematic design, and design development phases of the Student Dining and
                                                                                                                                                     Facility Planning   11/10/2005   Senate Minutes    board
   Residential Programs Building and the first wing of a residence hall to accommodate 200 residents including 26 Beckwith Hall residents,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        meeting
   demolition of the Illini Orange facility, Gregory and Peabody dining halls, and Weston residence hall at a project budget of $75.7 million.

   Approved project expansion ($5.4 million) of the Atkins Tennis Center and Eichelberger Field and employment of Bailey Edward Design                                                                  report of
   architectural/engineering firm for professional services ($354,735 and reimbursable expenses estimated at $50,000) required for project           Facility Planning   11/10/2005   Senate Minutes    board
   completion.                                                                                                                                                                                          meeting
   Approved project rehabilitation and renovation ($12.9 million) for Roger Adams Laboratory and Hartwig Lab and employment of Harley                                                                   report of
   Ellis for professional services through the warranty phase for the Hartwig Lab renovation at a fixed fee of $334,200 plus reimbursable            Facility Planning   11/10/2005   Senate Minutes    board
   expenses estimated at $70,000.                                                                                                                                                                       meeting
   President White emphasized that resource enhancements are needed to realize the University‘s major focuses on quality educational
   experiences for our students, excellence in teaching and research, and superior facilities for all our campuses. In terms of facilities, he                                                          report of
   presented a planning model to help shape the direction, design, and time-line of capital projects. The model will include a roadmap to            Facility Planning   11/10/2005   Senate Minutes    board
   approval for the Trustees to follow. His model is intended to offer transparency in the rationale and selection process for particular projects                                                      meeting
   and to facilitate the Trustees‘ decision making regarding priorities.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        report of
   A contract was awarded for the remodeling of the fourth floor of Everitt Laboratory.                                                              Facility Planning   5/11/2006    Senate Minutes    board
                                                                                                                                                                                                        meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                        report of
   A $4.6M contract was awarded for an addition to the Irwin Academic Services Center.                                                               Facility Planning   5/11/2006    Senate Minutes    board
                                                                                                                                                                                                        meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                        report of
   The board approved the employment of an architect/engineer for Poultry Research Facilities.                                                       Facility Planning   5/11/2006    Senate Minutes    board
                                                                                                                                                                                                        meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                        report of
   An architect was approved for the initial phase of the new dining and residential facility that will reflect the modern needs of students and
                                                                                                                                                     Facility Planning   5/11/2006    Senate Minutes    board
   create green space. Students from Beckwith Hall will be the first students to be accommodated.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                        report of
   He also stated that the next 66 acres of the Research Park on the Urbana campus had been allocated.                                               Facility Planning   5/11/2006    Senate Minutes    board
                                                                                                                                                                                                        meeting
   Approved the project for student dining and residential programs building and first wing of a new residence hall to include students now in
   Beckwith Hall. · Approved the project and architect/engineer for a new College of Business instructional building. · Employed an
   architect/engineer for an addition to the Irwin Academic Services Center. · Employed architect/engineer for phase one of the Memorial                                                                report of
   Stadium Development Plan. (total final cost will be well over $100M) · The Building and Grounds Committee approved the design and site            Facility Planning   7/14/2007    Senate Minutes    board
   for the McFarland Memorial Tower (185 feet high) to be located due south of the main library and due west of the ACES library. · The                                                                 meeting
   Building and Grounds Committee approved the design and site for the hotel and restaurant to be built as part of the South Campus
   Development near St. Mary‘s Road.




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   hancellor Aiken reported that the budget news from Springfield is outstanding - our best in at least 10 years. He said our budget includes     Financial Resources and
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   about $6.8M to help restore faculty positions lost over the last ten years.                                                                    Budgeting



   A vendor for the ERP (a university wide enterprise resouce planing system) has been recommended and scalability tests have been                Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                            5/31/2000
   conducted. It is expected that the results from the tests will be presented to the Board of Trustees at the June or July meeting.              Budgeting                             Annual Report


                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and
   Campaign Illinois sets fund-raising records                                                                                                                              5/3/2001    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting
   Implemented a new system of tracking development costs.Implemented a new procedure for tracking fundraising costs incurred by colleges
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   and departments. This new procedure provides a mechanism to collect data needed to conduct cost/benefit analysis. Training for the new                                   6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
   procedure was provided to campus units.
   Revised the Budget Planning Process.Initiated a streamlined, annual budget planning process for colleges and departments. The revised          Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                            6/15/2001
   procedure focuses on assessing the state of the unit, longer range goals and specific strategies to accomplishing goals.                       Budgeting                             annual report
   Established a Tuition Policy Advisory Committee composed of undergraduate and graduate students. This committee along with Campus
   Budget Oversight Committee (CBOC) and the Council of Deans will advise the Provost and Chancellor about tuition policies including             Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                            6/15/2001
   need, size and uses of any proposed tuition increases as well as general policies regarding the distribution of monies accrued to the campus   Budgeting                             annual report
   through the tuition surcharge. This committee will be initiated in fall 2001.
   Concluded, through the efforts of many units on campus and the Foundation, a highly successful year for Campaign Illinois with gifts
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   received for the campus totaling $1,108,420,973. Currently there are 205 signed gift agreements in place for endowed faculty positions.                                  6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
   Established 39 new fellowship endowment funds totaling $6,783,786.
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and
   Budget cuts                                                                                                                                                              1/17/2002   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and
   Review of BOT operations expenditures                                                                                                                                    2/6/2002    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and
   Budget cuts                                                                                                                                                              2/7/2002    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting
   Bleak economic news from Springfield will mean a budget cut of about $29 million at UIUC for FY02/03. The Board of Trustees (BOT)
   will review a tuition hike in March and possibly vote in May. While Dr. Cantor stressed that she and Provost Richard Herman continue to        Financial Resources and
                                                                                                                                                                            3/11/2002   Senate Minutes
   make undergraduate education and the library budget priorities, some campus faculty and staff positions may remain vacant through              Budgeting
   attrition or retirement.
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and
   Budget cuts                                                                                                                                                              5/2/2002    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and
   Budget approved by State legislature                                                                                                                                     6/6/2002    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting
   he focus was the budget for Fiscal Year 2003 and the proposed budget for FY 2004. The session opened with note of the agreement that
                                                                                                                                                                                                          report of
   the president had authority to reallocate up to $2M in budgeted lines with quarterly reports to the Board of anything over $1M. The FY03       Financial Resources and
                                                                                                                                                                            9/30/2002   Senate Minutes    board
   budgeting was characterized as a paradox of highs and lows: a good capital budget, a very bad operating budget with a decline of 6% in         Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                          meeting
   state funding--an 8% cut with health costs included.




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   resident Stukel and Chancellor Manning joined the group. He described the University‘s response to the Governor‘s call to reserve 8% of
   the FY 03 state funds for operating, 10% of capital and 5% of grants and contracts. These funds are subject to recision. Expecting some
   cuts, the University had held back some funds centrally in anticipation of a 2% cut this year while also planning for FY 04. An 8% cut in
   the last quarter of the fiscal year is a 33% reduction in this quarter. (Spending is not evenly spread across all quarters.) The University                                                            report of
   believes it can find 4.25% without doing egregious harm to the institution. Last year the University essentially took a $1K cut per student    Financial Resources and
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   and an 8% reduction is an additional $840 per student. The spike in natural gas adds a $10M cost to our utilities budget.The chancellors       Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                          meeting
   described the impact of the cuts on the campuses. At the 4.25% scenario UIUC loses $6.73M, UIC $6.42M and UIS $550K after taking
   $13.43M from centrally held reserves. Since centrally held reserves are already used the 8% scenario would require $20.72M from UIUC,
   $19.27M from UIC and $1.16M from UIS. The 4.25% cut at UIUC would eliminate 120 freshman discovery courses, discontinue support
   for learning technologies, and eliminate at least 50 positions in areas such as grounds maintenance, custodial service, painting, mail
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and
   Budget cuts                                                                                                                                                              5/22/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting
   Working with the Chancellor, Deans and Vice Chancellors, an intensive process was implemented for managing the FY02 budget
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   rescission, FY03 base budget reduction, FY03 rescission and anticipated FY04 base budget reduction. This process led to distributing                                     6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
   reductions differentially in ways that support, to the extent possible, campus priorities and academic excellence.
   Annual Fund indicators were positive, as of April 30, with gift dollars and donors up 4% and 2% respectively over the same time last year.
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   Underlying the strength of the Annual Fund is an overall 4% increase in the number of alumni donors and a 32% increase in the number of                                  6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
   first-time alumni donors due to a major acquisition effort undertaken this year.
   Over $11.4 million were raised as of April 30, 2003 for ―student aid.‖ This is $3.5 million more than what was raised over the same time       Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                            6/17/2003
   period last fiscal year.                                                                                                                       Budgeting                             annual report
   Created a Committee on the Reorganization of Administrative Services to identify strategies for reducing the costs of administrative and
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   support services. This Committee and its subcommittees made recommendations to achieve economies and efficiencies across a wide                                          6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
   range of operations, from creating shared service centers by multiple units to reorganizing units.
   Moved quickly to realign the core campus services (Planning, Construction and Maintenance; Campus Stores, Mail and Receiving; Office           Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                            6/17/2003
   of Printing Services; Division of Campus Parking and Transportation) to improve planning for the new Facilities and Services unit.             Budgeting                             annual report

   Evaluated the Division of Environmental Health and Safety (DEHS) in regard to the reorganization and split DEHS into two components -
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   one that is research driven (Biological, Chemical and Radiological Safety) to be aligned with the Vice Chancellor for Research and one that                              6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
   is facility/general safety driven (Environmental Compliance and Occupational Safety and Health) to be aligned with Facilities and Services.
   Merged the Office for Planning, Design and Construction (PD&C) and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) into the Office of Planning,
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   Construction and Maintenance (PC&M). This merge eliminated the Director of PD&C position at a substantial savings and begins the                                         6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
   building of an integrated and collaborative capital construction delivery system.
   Moved Environmental Compliance and Occupational Health Sections of the Division of Environmental Health and Safety (DEHS) and
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   Campus Parking to Facility and Services. (Bringing together the facility related units from DEHS into Facility and Services and opens                                    6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
   opportunities to develop collaborative processes).
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   Moved Campus Stores, Mailing Center and Printing Services into Facility Services. Savings will be seen through support staff reductions.                                 6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
                                                                                                                                                  Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
   Rescheduled numerous fall 2003 courses into larger classrooms to accommodate reductions in teaching staff.                                                               6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                  Budgeting                             annual report
   Expanded Use of the P-Card (MasterCard™) for all units for air, bus, or rail travel expenditures, eliminating the paper-intensive Air Travel
   Order. Heavily promoted P-Card use for small dollar purchases (less than $5,000) and vendor payments. Developed P-Card on the Web              Financial Resources and               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                            6/17/2003
   which will be implemented July 1, 2003 to allow users to access the P-Card online rather than requiring special software installed on          Budgeting                             annual report
   workstations.




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   Vice President Chicoine presented the recommendation from the task force of the University of Illinois Foundation for increasing the
   availability of privately sourced early stage capital. For this purpose Illinois Emerging Technologies Fund was formed to make equity and
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   equity-related investments in promising new companies commercializing University of Illinois technologies. IllinoisVENTURES GP, LLC                  Financial Resources and
                                                                                                                                                                                  6/27/2003    Senate Minutes    board
   will be organized and serve as general partner of the Fund, which will be a limited partnership. The sole managing member of the General             Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 meeting
   Partner will be IllinoisVENTURES, LLC whose private sector members of the Board of Managers will make investment decisions on
   behalf of the Fund. The Board of Trustees members were polled and unanimously approved the action.
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and
   Budget cuts                                                                                                                                                                    8/7/2003     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                        Budgeting
   The Chancellor then turned the podium over to Provost Richard Herman, to provide an update on a number of matters related to the
   budget.Dr. Herman began by talking about the campus experiencing a significant drop in the General Revenue Fund (GRF) over the last
   few years, with a twice as great increase in tuition revenues over the same period.The Provost added that a recent campus cost analysis led
   to the elimination of several senior administrative positions, with a goal of helping to offset a drop of 460 FTE's since the last fiscal year,
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and
   including about 32 faculty positions, as well as over 100 graduate teaching assistants and over 300 net FTE academic and civil service                                         9/29/2003    Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                        Budgeting
   positions.Provost Herman reported that administrative units have been advised to plan for budget cuts of at least 10% this year, with
   academic units told to plan for decreases of at least 8%. As a result, fewer classes and labs are being taught, but the campus is trying to
   restore some of the Discovery classes that were canceled for spring semester 2004, especially those related to cross-campus initiatives. The
   Provost stressed that preserving the core missions of the University remains paramount in all budget decisions.
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and
   Fundraising for Library                                                                                                                                                        10/16/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                        Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and
   Budget cuts at other Universities                                                                                                                                              11/20/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                        Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and
   Tuition increase of 8%                                                                                                                                                         11/20/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                        Budgeting
   Finally, the Student Senate Caucus reported to SEC about its successful letter-writing campaign to state legislators, which yielded 1,464
   letters in support of the University Budget and an opportunity for two students to speak before a hearing of the House Appropriations -
   Higher Education Committee. Thank you Felipe and Hassen. In that regard, I would like to introduce Senator Barclay Jones, a member of
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and
   the Executive Committee and chair of the Budget Committee, to talk about a letter-writing campaign by faculty to state legislators. Senator                                    3/29/2004    Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                        Budgeting
   Jones spoke about the need for faculty to develop a letter-writing campaign to state legislators to parallel the efforts of students in this area.
   He urged faculty senators to think of vignettes (classroom conditions, increased class size, etc.) to use in their letters as examples of the
   effects of budget tightening. He indicated that he will be getting more information to senators as it becomes available.
   Developed and began implementing a targeted $75M campaign for the College of Business that focuses on building the endowment and
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and                Chancellor's
   securing funds for facilities. ―Investing in Excellence: The Campaign for Business Education at Illinois,‖ was announced in March, 2004                                        6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                        Budgeting                              annual report
   with a kick-off campaign event held in Chicago in June.
   FY02 rankings from the Foundation Center place the Urbana campus at 32 among all universities and 11 th among public universities for                Financial Resources and                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                  6/18/2004
   securing gifts/grants from private foundations across the country.                                                                                   Budgeting                              annual report
   Raised $90M (as of 03-31-04), in private gifts/grants from individuals, corporations, and foundations for endowment and current use funds,           Financial Resources and                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                  6/18/2004
   to support chairs/professorships, student financial assistance, programs, and facilities.                                                            Budgeting                              annual report
   Continued to develop the on-line component of the Annual Fund. As of 03-31-04, on-line giving totaled $332,000; $61,900 more than FY                 Financial Resources and                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                  6/18/2004
   2003 year-end totals. The number of on-line donors (1,134) was also on track to surpass the FY 2003 total (1,253).                                   Budgeting                              annual report
   Worked closely with a new student Tuition Policy Advisory Committee, to increase student involvement in the process whereby annual
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and                Chancellor's
   tuition rates are determined. The committee is representative of the undergraduate, graduate, and professional student bodies with                                             6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                        Budgeting                              annual report
   continuity of membership over time.
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and
   Chancellor Herman touched on matters related to tuition recommendations (first time that tuition monies have outweighed GRF),                                                  9/27/2004    Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                                        Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                        Financial Resources and
   Chancellor highlights new financial environment                                                                                                                                10/7/2004    Inside Illinois
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   Gardner described the guiding principles for setting the tuition as need for crucial new investments in academic programs and student
   services; faculty and staff salary increases; adjustments for other inflationary cost increases; and adjustment for constrained state support.
   He estimated that additional funds of over forty-seven million dollars are needed for in FY 2006 for a 3% salary increase; O&M new areas;
   utility price increases; insurance and liability; deferred maintenance; Illinois ventures; and University IT and decision support. Gardner
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   emphasized that any shortage of funds due to budget cuts will have to come from the salary increase portion of this figure. Vice President       Financial Resources and
                                                                                                                                                                              11/11/2004   Senate Minutes    board
   Gardner expressed concern over the faculty salary competitiveness, particularly at the U-C campus as well as the very high increase in our       Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                             meeting
   student to faculty ratios compared to some other institutions. Gardner gave a detailed analysis of establishing tuition increases and asked
   the Board to prepare themselves for establishing tuition rates for next year at their next meeting. A printout of VP Gardner‘s PowerPoint
   presentation including related facts and figures is available at the Senate Office for review.


   The Board was updated on the University‘s debt capacity given that many projects are being studied with more debt proposals to be
   presented for action. State law prohibits debt for academic facilities but permits bonded debt for the auxiliary system (dorms, unions,
   parking), and those that generate a stream of income to pay for the facilities such as some in health sciences, Chicago South Campus,
   research parks. The report was generally positive saying we were paying down some debt, unlike other states the pool of students attending                                                                report of
                                                                                                                                                    Financial Resources and
   college will grow, and another fundraising campaign is planned. However, our endowment is small compared to many of our peer                                               1/19/2006    Senate Minutes    board
                                                                                                                                                    Budgeting
   institutions, we are more heavily leveraged, and we have lots of projects needing attention, and our operating margin is very close to zero                                                               meeting
   thanks to the lack of state support including the lack of a state capital program. When one trustee expressed concern about our operating
   margin being close to zero, President White said that his major focus was on how to improve the level of University support. The Board
   will receive a plan in March and the goal is a compact utilizing multiple sources for the resources needed to enhance our quality.
                                                                                                                                                    Financial Resources and
   Budget increase                                                                                                                                                            3/2/2006     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                    Budgeting
                                                                                                                                                    Financial Resources and
   Tuition increase of 8%                                                                                                                                                     4/20/2006    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                    Budgeting
   09/27/99-09 Chancellor Aiken presented for action SC.00.04/GP.98.08*, Resolution on Faculty Representation to the Board of Trustees.             Governance                9/27/1999    Senate Minutes

   11/01/99-07 Chancellor Aiken presented for information/first reading SP.00.06*, Multi-Year Contracts for Full-Time Non-Tenured
   Academic Staff. Senator Robert Fossum (LAS), Chair of the Senate Committee on University Statutes and Senate Procedures (USSP),
                                                                                                                                                    Governance                11/1/1999    Senate Minutes
   stated this statutory change would allow multi-year (up to three year) contracts to be offered to non-tenured academic staff members. He
   reminded the Senate that this item will be presented for second reading and action at the December 6 Senate meeting.
   Faculty Review Implementation. The Faculty Review Implementation Committee is considering a draft of a new Provost's Communication
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   on the subject of Faculty Review, based on the policy passed by the UIUC Senate last May.
   ST-45. Proposed Changes to the Statutes: Interruptions of the Probationary Period (Tenure Code Rollback). Introduced by Vice President
   Manning in April 1997; USC proposed language transmitted to the senates on July 2, 1997; passed by each senate; language reconciled by           Governance                2/14/2000    Senate Minutes
   USC on July 14, 1999; transmitted to Vice President Manning on July 30, 1999.
   Trustees Plummer, Gravenhorst, and Schmidt noted their report on the role of the Trustees in governing the University distinguished policy
                                                                                                                                                                                                             report of
   setting by the Board and implementation and management by the University administration. Conflicts over issues are inevitable but the
                                                                                                                                                    Governance                9/30/2002    Senate Minutes    board
   question is the process used to resolve them. They argued against micro management. The discussion will proceed in future sessions. Chair
                                                                                                                                                                                                             meeting
   Shea suggested public hearings on the issue. The committee suggested discussions with faculty senates or executive committees.




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   Chair Eppley noted that items 1, 2, and 3 on the agenda went to the ―heart of what the Board is about:‖ accountability and responsible
   stewardship of a top university. Item 1 placed the Board under the same travel rules as the staff. Item 2 requires the President of the
   University to budget all unrestricted funds by object of expenditure at the University level. Unrestricted funds include state GRF money,
   tuition, federal indirect costs recovered (ICR), administrative allowance and royalties. Board approval would be required to move any                                                        report of
   unrestricted funding from personal services to any other object of expenditure and for any transfer from an unrestricted object of                 Governance   3/13/2003   Senate Minutes   board
   expenditure that would cause total transfer to exceed 2% of the total value of unrestricted funding. The president and the Board shall                                                       meeting
   cooperatively establish budget allocation priorities. Item 3 mandates the president to examine ―all existing administrative structures‖ to
   propose consolidation, streamlining, and simplifying wherever possible and calls for support programs where possible to be centralized to
   achieve economies of scale. A progress report is due by July 2003.
   President Stukel introduced the topic and Vice President Rugg gave a detailed Power Point presentation. With the addition of the budget
   control requirements, the Board of Trustees will approve and control all operating funds available to the University by object of                                                            report of
   expenditure. This unprecedented level of control will demonstrate to all segments of state government and to the taxpayers of Illinois that        Governance   6/27/2003   Senate Minutes   board
   the University takes its accountability obligations seriously, and that the Board of Trustees exercises oversight over all University operating                                              meeting
   resources. All current budgetary oversight agreements remain in force also.
   SEC passes resolution in support of Chancellor cantor for speaking out on controversial issues                                                     governance   12/8/2003   Senate Minutes
   A lot has happened since the beginning of the semester. Within a span of two weeks, our President announced his retirement, and our
                                                                                                                                                      Governance   2/16/2004   Senate Minutes
   Chancellor announced her departure to lead Syracuse University.
   The shorter resolution says that the SEC not only applauds the Chancellor's courage and leadership in taking public stands on controversial
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   issues, something we've done on an earlier occasion, but it also express its profound regret for her decision to leave this campus.

   The longer resolution says essentially that as long as the controversy surrounding the Chief remains, it may be difficult at best to recruit
   outstanding leaders for the University and for the Urbana campus. It continues saying that the Board of Trustees has an opportunity now,
   prior to the selection of a new President and Chancellor, to act in the best interests of the University and of the campus, so as to create an
   environment conducive to attract the excellent leadership the University and campus merit. Finally, it says that in the best interests of the      governance   2/16/2004   Senate Minutes
   University and of this campus, the Board should formally take action to retire the Chief at this time. This resolution is intended to raise the
   level of discourse, literally and figuratively, from one of divisiveness at the campus to one of finding common ground at the University, by
   asking the Board to do what is in the best interests of the campus and the University.
   Consultative Committee to Assist in the Selection of a President, to include the following members: 1. Eight faculty members from the
   broad, diverse and engaged faculties of the University's three campuses - Chicago, Springfield and Urbana. These members shall be
   selected by the board from candidates suggested by the respective campus senates, and referred by the University Senates Conference 2.
   Three students, one from each of the University's three campuses. These members shall be selected by the board from candidates suggested                                                     report of
   by the coordinated efforts of the student government organizations of the respective campuses, in consultation with the student trustees.          Governance   2/19/2004   Senate Minutes   board
   Consideration shall be given to undergraduate, graduate and professional student involvement. 3. One member of the academic                                                                  meeting
   professional staff. The Professional Advisory Committee at each campus will be asked to submit names of nominees to the University
   Professional Personnel Advisory Committee (UPPAC), who shall forward candidates for consideration and designation by the board. 4.
   One member of the civil service staff. The Staff Advisory Council at each campus will be asked to make nominations to the Employee
   Advisory Committee who shall forward candidates for consideration and designation by the board. 5. One administrative officer, who shall
                                                                                                                                                                                                report of
   - A commitment to institutional excellence in teaching, research, service and economic development as mandated by the state, and to
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   support the University's excellent faculty
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   - The ability and willingness to initiate, foster and cultivate relationships with the public and private sectors, including donors, businesses,
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   civic groups and local, state and federal governments and agencies, to represent and advocate for the University
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   - An understanding of the changing nature of public higher education and its vital role in local, state, regional and national economies           Governance   2/19/2004   Senate Minutes   board
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   - The ability to adapt to changing fiscal environments                                                                                             Governance             2/19/2004    Senate Minutes    board
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   - The ability to work within a complex administrative structure and to add rationality to that structure 4. The committee shall devise a
   method for conducting preliminary screening designed to identify those judged to be the most promising prospective candidates. 5. The
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   committee shall identify the most outstanding and qualified potential candidates. The committee shall submit a broad list of candidates,
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   which may be ranked or categorized, before a list of finalists is presented. 6. The board and the committee will consult and discuss the
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   procedures to be followed in approaching finalists. 7. The Secretary of the Board will serve as staff to the consultative committee. 8. The
   search process shall adhere to University affirmative action policies.
   · One of the duties of the SEC is to ―provide advice annually to the Chancellor on the appointment or reappointment of the Vice
   Chancellors.‖ Based on the annual reports of three of the vice chancellors, and an in-depth evaluation of the activities of the Office of Vice-
   Chancellor for Student Affairs, SEC advised Chancellor Cantor on their reappointment. In addition, SEC has instituted the practice of              Governance             9/27/2004    Senate Minutes
   meeting with each vice-chancellor in executive session to explore the role, responsibilities, and activities of the office. The SEC met in
   May, June, and July, with each of the three vice chancellors to discuss his annual report. We plan to have similar discussions next summer.
   Senate and BOT members to meet before meetings on academic affairs                                                                                 Governance             2/17/2005    Inside Illinois
   As announced here earlier, the SEC hosted a seminar on shared governance on January 23. We were pleased with the turnout and the
   discussion. Full text of index cards that participants filled out with their top concerns or issues facing shared governance is available at the
                                                                                                                                                      Governance             2/20/2005    Senate Minutes
   Senate website. We would like to know if you think the Senate should sponsor another workshop next year. If so, both students and
   administrators should be part of the discussion.
   In GP.03.06, the Committee on General University Policy (GUP) presents a resolution for Senate action that calls upon the other campus
   senates and the University Senates Conference to encourage the Board of Trustees to amend the General Rules to include the campus
                                                                                                                                                      Governance             4/25/2005    Senate Minutes
   chancellors in the administration of intellectual property developed on their campuses. University Statutes and Senate Procedures (USSP) is
   bringing to you for Action and Second Reading statutory revisions that redefine the procedure to amend the Statutes (SP.01.04).
   criticism of TAM MIE merger                                                                                                                        governance             5/15/2005    Inside Illinois
   Last week, available members of the SEC participated in the review of finalists for the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs (VCSA); the
   SEC was also involved in interviews for Vice-Chancellor for Development and Advancement (VCDA) candidates. The Chair of the Senate                 Governance             4/24/2006    Senate Minutes
   Committee on University Student Life, Bill Simmons, has also been working with the VCSA search committee.
   The Town Hall meeting on the Global Campus Initiative was held on Monday, October 16. We thought it was very productive for all
   parties involved and we appreciate the time everyone took out of their busy days to attend. For those who could not make it, a streaming
   video of the event will be available at the Senate website. Also, we are asking you to please send your comments and suggestions on the            Governance             10/30/2006   Senate Minutes
   Global Campus to senate@uiuc.edu. If you prefer to remain anonymous, please let us know in your message. We will collect these
   comments and append them to the report of the Global Campus Task Force.
   Also, there has been a lot of discussion about the removal of graduate student housing at Orchard Downs and what sort of housing will be
                                                                                                                                                      Governance             10/30/2006   Senate Minutes
   available as an alternative especially for students from abroad.
   Sanctions Other than Dismissal for Cause.                                                                                                          Governance
   Created Web available fund reports allowing units to ensure that gift funds are being spent and that they adequately reflect donor intent.                                             Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                      Integrity and Ethics   6/15/2001
   Several units have increased their stewardship efforts and routinely keep donors apprised of recipients of funds generated from their gifts.                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                                                                                            report of
   The "Handbook of Good Ethical Practice" was the focus of an ethics presentation by this committee.                                                 Integrity and Ethics   5/15/2003    Senate Minutes    board
                                                                                                                                                                                                            meeting
   Received a Compliance Audit and Evaluation from the U. S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs,
   receiving the coveted ―no apparent violations‖ finding. The on-site enforcement officers recommended the Urbana campus to be                                                           Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                      Integrity and Ethics   6/17/2003
   considered for the Exemplary Voluntary Efforts (EVE) Award, which is one of the most desired equal employment opportunity awards ever                                                  annual report
   instituted by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.
   Ethics training for employees                                                                                                                      Integrity and Ethics   11/18/2004   Inside Illinois




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   Event                                                                                                                                          Category               Date         Source            Comments

   A presentation on compliance issues for the Sarbones-Oxley Act was given by Tom Barrows and Stephen Rugg. They recommended that                                                                      report of
   the following be implemented: 1. Adopt a charter for Audit Committee2. Set meetings with internal audit staff3. Review complaints4.            Integrity and Ethics   3/10/2005    Senate Minutes    board
   Report to the Board of Trustees                                                                                                                                                                      meeting
   NSF funds ethics education program                                                                                                             Integrity and Ethics   11/14/2006   Inside Illinois
   Historical Markers Program begun, lead by Office of Public Affairs                                                                             supporting the VCV     6/22/1905
   Obtained national press attention for the achievements of Urbana campus faculty, including notable stories in USA Today, the Washington
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   Post, the Chronicle of Higher Education and the New York Times. ABC and NBC News ran 33 news reports relating to research and                  supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   teaching initiatives at the Urbana campus
   Campus Development worked with units and University of Illinois Foundation on postcampaign plans, paying particular attention to mini-                                             Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
   campaigns in Fine and Applied Arts (Bravo TIlinois! Arts), the Library, Geology and the Alumni Center                                                                              annual report
   Worked to secure private funding for new campus building projects, including a $12 million gift commitment for the Family Resiliency
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   Center in the College of ACES, funding toward a new $30 million instructional building for the College of Commerce and Business                supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   Administration, and support toward a new $11 million School of Social Work building
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   Potential lead gift donors are also being sought for the $30 million Electrical and Computer Engineering building                              supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   Increased campus annual fund support by 7%, from $14.1 million last year to a projected $15.1 million this year                                supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   • Used the FY02 tuition surcharge to provide several important enhancements in undergraduate and graduate education. Following
   consultation on priorities with the student Tuition Policy Advisor Committee, permanent allocations totaling $1.75 million were made to                                            Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
   seven colleges to expand instructional capacity and reduce section size in high-demand curricula, enhance student advising and career                                              annual report
   preparation and placement, and increased funds for graduate fellowships
   Reorganized the Office of Technology Management, adding 10 new full time staff members and six part time staff, and developed and
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   implemented a systematic process for technology analysis with established satellite offices in the colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences and   supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
   Continued to integrate technology into the delivery of services, such as piloting on-line appointment scheduling at McKinley Health Center,
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   on-line registration for programs including First Year Impact and Campus Acquaintance Rape Education workshops and Webbased                    supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   evaluations ofnew initiatives such as Illinois Leadership'P'
   Continued enhancing the efficiency and quality of financial aid and business services to students with the implementation of Ask Us
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   software and introduction of the electronic financial aid application, implementation of a Web-based payment of financial aid and student      supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   refunds and on-line payment of bills with a credit or debit card
   Revised, improved and expanded the Public Engagement Website (including Partnership Illinois) to serve as a primary source of                                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
   information for the public                                                                                                                                                         annual report
   Implemented a property accounting Web application which allows units to directly download and update property records. This application
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   also provides a surplus equipment bulletin board through which departments may review available surplus, post information about                supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   equipment available for redistribution and request needed/desired surplus equipment
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   Established an Operations and Maintenance Division work order Website for customers to submit work requests                                    supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   Developed a secure Web-based voting system for the Council of Academic Professionals                                                           supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   Converted the present campus Affirmative Action Compliance Plan to a more efficient computerized system. Developed interactive online                                              Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
   forms for search processes                                                                                                                                                         annual report
   • Supported the next phase ofUl-Integrate to encompass student, human resource and financial systems used to conduct and support                                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
   university business                                                                                                                                                                annual report
   Continued to provide support to Ul-Integrate through leadership to the financial aid teams of all three campuses, including analysis,
                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   implementation and testing ofthe Banner System. In addition, the campus transferred 14 staff members (50-100% time) to serve on the            supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   UIIntegrate project. Numerous other staff members also provided expertise to the project during the year
   Restructured the Grants and Contracts Pre-Award and Post-Award Sections and added a section to handle Federal costing issues. These                                                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  supporting the VCV     6/20/2002
   organizational changes led to improved processes within the Grants and Contracts Division and overall better customer service                                                      annual report




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   Event                                                                                                                                                                             Category             Date        Source            Comments

  At a world-class institution such as this, those of us in public affairs have one main goal: to ensure that the organizations and people upon whom we depend for support
  understand the unique role the Urbana campus plays in the state and the nation. We work toward that goal through a variety of activities, including media relations, internal
  communications, crisis management, and marketing and publications.Earlier this fall, our writers connected two faculty with reporters all along the East Coast to share
  expertise on the big blackout…what caused it and what ought to be done to prevent it.We've had several major opportunities to use our media relations skills this year, with
  faculty winning, among others, a Crafoord Prize and two Nobel Prizes. Our News Bureau staff worked with the winners as they handled scores of media inquiries from all
  around the world.We've had several major opportunities to use our media relations skills this year, with faculty winning, among others, a Crafoord Prize and two Nobel
  Prizes. Our News Bureau staff worked with the winners as they handled scores of media inquiries from all around the world. Obviously, most of our media relations work
  happens on a smaller scale, but our writers always work to ensure that they are reaching your key audiences, whether those constituents are in higher education,
  government, business, or any other field. We connect reporters with faculty who have expertise on local, state, and national issues every day, and we field inquiries from
  reporters regarding campus policies and practices (sometimes regarding faculty, but also students, staff, interactions with the community, and issues relating to
  development).Obviously, most of our media relations work happens on a smaller scale, but our writers always work to ensure that they are reaching your key audiences,
  whether those constituents are in higher education, government, business, or any other field. We connect reporters with faculty who have expertise on local, state, and
  national issues every day, and we field inquiries from reporters regarding campus policies and practices (sometimes regarding faculty, but also students, staff, interactThe
  number of these requests has expanded exponentially in recent years. We respond to hundreds and hundreds of requests for everything from police reports and contracts to
  policies, statistics, and communications. Surprisingly, the majority of them do not come from the media, but from current and former students and faculty, from contractors
  and lawyers, and from people who just want to make sure that we're operating the way the law says we're supposed to operate.ions with the community, and issues relating
  to development).Our office also works to provide information to the campus in a number of ways. One of them is the faculty-staff paper, Inside Illinois.We also maintain
  the campus calendar of events; and we manage submissions to Eweek, doing our best to keep it from becoming campus-sanctioned spam-you wouldn't believe the number
  of items we don't accept.One of the most critical functions of the Office of Public Affairs is to assist the chancellor in crisis management. We handle the public relations
                                                                                                                                                                                     supporting the VCV   11/3/2003   Senate Minutes
  aspect of all sorts of issues, and-often-one of us serves as the campus spokesperson as well.We are well acquainted with being misquoted, and we do our best to make sure
  it doesn't happen to faculty who are willing to speak with reporters about their work. It's an uphill battle, but we do our best.We are also called upon to handle a fairly wide
  array of marketing and public relations projects-some more grand and effective than others. That work includes everything from writing recruiting materials and designing
  web pages to coordinating the historical marker program and creating the promotional spots for our academic programs, so we can take advantage of the free airtime
  offered us during halftime of football and basketball games.But we have a staff of just six beat writers covering the entire campus. Our publications office has only four
  graphic designers and three writers.With such a small staff for such a large and diverse campus, we can't do nearly as much as we would like to be doing, we feel strongly,
  though, that we're doing everything possible with the limited resources available to give our campus the public face it deserves.With the recent budget cuts, we've lost
  several members of our staff, including our only photographer. We could just tread water until things improve financially, but we have bigger plans. Those of you who've
  been around campus awhile will remember a time when the Office of Public Affairs took a more proactive approach to its responsibilities. My goal is to return to that
  strategy, as it has proven much more effective than anything else that's been tried in recent memory.We have already begun working to create systems to improve the
  quality and flow of information both from our office to colleges and units, as well as from colleges and units to our office. We are creating a strategic communications plan
  at the campus level that builds on the unique and diverse contributions of each college and unit. We will assist communications professionals across cam pus in creating
  college and unit-level plans that ensure we are helping them make the most of available resources. We are exploring ways to use the web to provide more support and
  services to colleges and units as they handle their communications responsibilities.And we expect to learn and benefit from the review of our current practices that the
  chancellor is undertaking. I'm certain the result will be a public relations unit that is much more effective and efficient than the one we have now. Being in public relations
  is a humbling experience, and especially so at a place where-while I'm taping a commercial of famous alumni signing the school song-so many scholars are devoting their
  time and attention to creating, teaching, and sharing important ideas. But my colleagues and I take very seriously the mission of this institution. We cherish the legacy you
  are building every day, and we try very hard to ensure that the public perception of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign matches the level of excellence
  demonstrated by our faculty and students.
   Graphics standards implemented                                                                                                                                                    supporting the VCV   1/18/2007   Inside Illinois
   ·     Improved campus support services.Focused attention was given to improve customer service and support within the Division of
   Operation and Maintenance. Developed and implemented a continuous quality improvement process focusing on customer responsiveness
   and cost reduction. The following major improvements were accomplished: (1) increased coal usage by 12% through April 30th, thereby                                                                                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                     supporting the VCV   6/15/2001
   avoiding natural gas purchases of approximately $1,631,676; (2) initiated facility condition audits for all University spaces to ensure the                                                                        annual report
   accuracy of deferred maintenance information submitted to senior administrators; (3) provided technical support for utility infrastructure for
   the South Research Park and the expansion of electrical distribution and chilled water throughout the campus.

   Obtained national press attention to a range of achievements by faculty on the Urbana-Champaign campus including notable stories in USA
   Today, Wall Street Journal, and New York Times. Examples of news releases that garnered publicity worldwide include: (1) self-healing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Chancellor's
   plastic developed by a team of researchers on campus (Scott White, Nancy Sottos et al.); (2) a course taught by history professor Juliet                                          supporting the VCV   6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      annual report
   Walker that focused on the rise of Oprah Winfrey as an entrepreneur; (3) two projects conducted at the Phillips Tract--one on the impacts
   of Bt corn pollen on butterflies and another on the use of harmonic radar to track foraging movements of bees.
   Fund established to help international faculty staff students                                                                                                                     supporting the VCV   4/1/2003    Inside Illinois
   Produced a new set of promotional campus videos used (a) at halftime of televised football and men‘s basketball games, (b) on the                                                                                  Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                     supporting the VCV   6/18/2004
   scoreboard at football games, and (c) on the campus website.                                                                                                                                                       annual report




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   Created systems, tools, and services to assist the Office of Public Affairs to lead the campus in a targeted marketing campaign with a focus                                          Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  supporting the VCV        6/18/2004
   on the reputation of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as a national and international leader in higher education.                                                       annual report
   Appointed a faculty advisory committee to help develop a campus strategic plan for restructuring the Office of Public Affairs to increase                                             Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  supporting the VCV        6/18/2004
   efficacy and efficiency.                                                                                                                                                              annual report
   Stephen K. Rugg, Vice President for Administration, provided substantial information on the FY2005 tuition proposals and other fee
   increases. He reviewed tuition rates, tuition and fee increases, and student fees, and also University-operated housing facilities rate
   changes. The provosts and VCSAs at each of the campuses had met previously with student leaders and others, who agreed upon a
   proposed 8% tuition increase per semester for currently enrolled students. Their proposed tuition rates, which the Board approved, would       Financial Resources and
                                                                                                                                                                            11/13/2003   Senate Minutes
   be as follows:UIC, $196 (total, $2,645); UIS, $138 (total, $124.25 per credit hour); and, UIUC, $223 (total, $3,007). The Guaranteed           Budgeting
   Tuition Program (see P.A. 93-228, § 5, 2003; effective January 1, 2004) sets undergraduate tuition for four calendar years for any incoming
   cohort of Illinois residents, beginning in FY05. The Board approved FY2005 guaranteed tuition per semester as follows: UIC, $2,841; UIS,
   $2,001; and, UIUC, $3,230. This represents a 16% increase over FY2004 tuition rates.




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   Event                                                                                                        Date        Source          Comment
   The University-wide Office of Business and Financial Affairs has recently completed a draft of its long-
   range strategic planning process. This document is currently under review by the Assistant Vice                          Chancellor's
                                                                                                                5/31/2000
   President Management Council. The strategic planning process will be used to develop University-wide                     annual report
   strategic planning goals for business and finance.
   When the Board reconvened at 3:15 p.m., standard business was conducted including approval of                                            report of
                                                                                                                            Senate
   minutes, the President's report, and the report of Board Chair Larry Eppley (including a somewhat vague      9/11/2003                   BOT
                                                                                                                            Minutes
   and unsettling reference to a Strategic Planning Committee for the UIUC campus).                                                         meeting




   President White briefly summarized the progress on developing a strategic plan for the university and
   ultimately each campus and campus units. He provided an initial framework for the process in April.
   Campuses are to provide a draft of their plan by October with a final plan in December in accordance
   with the university strategic plan. The university administration, foundation and alumni association will                                report of
                                                                                                                            senate
   develop a strategic plan for that grouping. The plans by summer of next year will include both qualitative   5/19/2005                   BOT
                                                                                                                            Minutes
   and quantitative guidance as to progress in achieving the goals. The President noted that while we have a                                meeting
   one-year plan in the form of the budget, we need a strategic mission/vision reaching out ten years and a
   five-year business plan. Every unit will be asked to develop its own plan and test it in terms of the
   vision/mission.




   Presentations on FY 2007 operating budget needs cited $ 61.1M to strengthen academic quality [$ 9.6 M
   academic programs, $ 12.2 M new teaching/research faculty, $ 39.3 M compensation (4% merit, 0.5%
   compression, recruitment, and retention)]. The needs also include $ 9.5 M for deferred maintenance                                       report of
                                                                                                                            Senate
   (repair and renovation plus operations and maintenance), and $ 13.1 M to meet inflationary costs, for a      9/8/2005                    BOT
                                                                                                                            Minutes
   grand total of $ 83.7 M (which is 7% of FY 2006 base). This is the first year of a projected five-year                                   meeting
   plan that includes reducing the current student/faculty ratio of 21.3 (steadily up from 15.7 in 1983) to
   18.4. By contrast, current ratios are Michigan 15.8, Northwestern 13.5 and Duke 7.9.
   Vice Presidents Gardner and Rugg gave a preliminary review of the university‘s budget request. Four
   major themes were articulated: strengthen academic quality; ensure access, opportunity, and diversity; fix
   the deferred maintenance problem; and meet inflationary cost increases. This is the first year of a
   projected five-year plan. This suggests a possible request of 7.6% of the current base: $61M for
   academic quality divided into $3.2M for academic programs, $9.8M for new faculty and $48M for
   compensation (4% merit and 1.5% for compression, recruitment and retention issues). Ensuring access
   via financial aid was set at $7.4M, deferred maintenance and new O&M $10.3M, and inflationary costs
   at $11.5M for a total of $90.2. One chart showed the University‘s significant increase in student/faculty
   ratio from 15.7 in 1983 to 21.3 in 2005 in contrast to Michigan‘s 15.8, Northwestern‘s 13.5 and Duke‘s
   7.9. In 1982 the salary gap between UIUC and Research I private universities was $2,700 (inflation
   adjusted) versus $17,000 now.The Capital Budget request noted that there had been no state capital
   budget the last two years and before that recent major funding had come for the College of Medicine or
   for economic development, not classroom or instructional facilities. The capital request for this campus
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   Event                                                                                                                        Category     Kind                 Date        Source
   In fy00, 20 new fellowships were created from private sources; Provost's office provided $250k to mach income                             Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   generated by new fellowship endowments of $150,000. Grad College Fellowship program restructed to offer multi-                            Recruitment (e.g.,   5/31/2000
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
   year awards and higher stipends to outstanding applicants for doctoral study from underrepresented groups                                 diversity)

   Continued for the second year the Summer Pre-doctoral Institute (SPI). This pilot program seeks to provide incoming                       Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   underrepresented minority graduate students academic orientation experiences that will help them succeed in graduate                      Recruitment (e.g.,   6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
   study. The SPI increased enrollment last year from seven to sixteen incoming graduate students.                                           diversity)
   Appointed a Fellowship Working Group that assessed the current status of fellowship support on campus, assembled                          Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   data comparing our program to other institutions, and made recommendations for the future. The report identified the                      Recruitment (e.g.,   6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
   substantial need for additional fellowships to remain competitive with peer institutions.                                                 diversity)
   Provided an incentive funding program to expand fellowship support on the campus. The Provost committed up to
                                                                                                                                             Admissions and
   $250,000 of recurring funds to match the $7,125 income that a $150,000 endowment fellowship generates each year.             Graduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                             Recruitment (e.g.,   6/15/2001
   The response to this matching program has been overwhelming. Twenty four funds of varying amounts were                       experience                                    annual report
                                                                                                                                             diversity)
   established totaling $5,263,000.
                                                                                                                                             Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   Secured gifts to create 21 new fellowship funds. Several of these funds support multiple fellowships                                      Recruitment (e.g.,   6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
                                                                                                                                             diversity)
   Increased funding for fellowships administered by the Graduate College Fellowship Board by $175,000 for a total of
                                                                                                                                             Admissions and
   slightly over $3.4 million in Graduate College Fellowships. Each year the Graduate College administers approximately         Graduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                             Recruitment (e.g.,   6/20/2002
   1,200 fellowship appointments awarded by federal agencies, academic departments, the Graduate College and other              experience                                    annual report
                                                                                                                                             diversity)
   resources, with an approximate total value of $13 million
                                                                                                                                             Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   Committed to provide $450,000 in new recurring funds for fellowship support in the humanities                                             Recruitment (e.g.,   6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
                                                                                                                                             diversity)
   Continued the Endowed Fellowship Income Matching Program to attract new endowed fellowships for the campus. It                            Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   is anticipated that at the end of FY03, approximately 32 new endowed fellowships funds will be established bringing                       Recruitment (e.g.,   6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
   the total number of funds supported by this program to 96.                                                                                diversity)
   Hosted a conference that brought to campus representatives of 14 Hispanic serving institutions, National Science                          Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Council of Graduate Schools, and two sponsoring                                Recruitment (e.g.,   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
   corporations.                                                                                                                             diversity)
                                                                                                                                             Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   Made graduate student recruiting visits to ten Historically Black Colleges and Universities.                                              Recruitment (e.g.,   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
                                                                                                                                             diversity)
                                                                                                                                             Admissions and
   The Graduate College presented a workshop on minority recruiting for department heads and directors of graduate              Graduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                             Recruitment (e.g.,   6/18/2004
   study.                                                                                                                       experience                                    annual report
                                                                                                                                             diversity)
                                                                                                                                             Admissions and
   The Graduate College developed a campus visit program that would bring to campus minority students admitted to               Graduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                             Recruitment (e.g.,   6/18/2004
   Illinois graduate programs.                                                                                                  experience                                    annual report
                                                                                                                                             diversity)
                                                                                                                                             Admissions and
   Organized the first annual Community of Scholars Conference to recognize the accomplishments of minority graduate            Graduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                             Recruitment (e.g.,   6/18/2004
   students at Illinois.                                                                                                        experience                                    annual report
                                                                                                                                             diversity)
   Continued the Endowed Fellowship Income Matching Program to attract new endowed fellowships for the campus. It                            Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   is anticipated that at the end of FY04, approximately 13 new endowed fellowships funds will be established bringing                       Recruitment (e.g.,   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
   the total number of fellowships supported by this program to 109.                                                                         diversity)
   Expanded outreach to Illinois graduate students to encourage more applications to two prestigious national fellowship
   programs, the Fulbrights (including both IIE and Fulbright-Hays) and the National Science Foundation (NSF)                                Admissions and
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                      Chancellor's
   Fellowships. Through these efforts, 14 NSF Fellowships were awarded, nine of them to current Illinois students. Six                       Recruitment (e.g.,   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                experience                                    annual report
   Illinois students were named principals for Fulbright-Hays Fellowships, with another four named as alternates. IIE                        diversity)
   awardees are still being notified, but four Illinois students have been named so far.




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   Event                                                                                                                        Category        Kind                     Date        Source
   The importance of mentoring in graduate education was underscored through the presentation of the Outstanding
                                                                                                                                Graduate        Advising and Academic                Chancellor's
   Graduate Mentor Awards. This year department recipients received an Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award                                                                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                experience      Support                              annual report
   Fellowship as part of the award.
   Implemented, in collaboration with the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, an array of services related to professional
                                                                                                                                Graduate        Advising and Academic                Chancellor's
   development and career preparation for graduate students. Developed workshops, seminars and individual counseling                                                     6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                experience      Support                              annual report
   sessions to improve preparation of graduate students for alternative careers.
   Established the Graduate College Career Services Office [GCCSO] to assist graduate students and alumni with                  Graduate        Advising and Academic                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                         6/18/2004
   decision making and planning for career paths within and beyond the academy.                                                 experience      Support                              annual report
   International Programs and Studies (IPS) awarded $23,500 in fellowships and awards supported by private donors.
   ACDIS awarded two Ph.D. Thesis Initiation Fellowships totaling $24,000. The European Union Center awarded
   $12,000 to eight students in spring 2003. In addition, the IPS Office of Global Studies awarded $75,000 for summer           Graduate                                             Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                International Programs   6/17/2003
   and academic year Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships supported by the U.S. Department of Education.               experience                                           annual report
   Both the Office of Global Studies and the European Union Center have been awarded additional FLAS fellowship
   support totaling $726,000 over three years.
                                                                                                                                Graduate
   Tsinghua -Illinois-Corporate Fellowship Program leading to a Professional master's degree                                                    International Programs   2/15/2007   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                experience
                                                                                                                                Graduate
   Funds available for grad students to conduct research                                                                                        Research Experiences     4/18/2002   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                experience
                                                                                                                                Graduate
   Ninth Letter literary journal is established                                                                                                 Research Experiences     4/21/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                experience

                                                                                                                                Graduate
   Grad Students ok GEO                                                                                                                         Student Life             12/6/2002   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                experience
   Successfully established a number of resources to support graduate student professional development, including a
                                                                                                                                Graduate                                             Chancellor's
   workshop series, a comprehensive Web site, an electronic newsletter, individual advising, a centralized calendar of                          Student Life             6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                experience                                           annual report
   events, and an annual symposium.
                                                                                                                                Graduate
   GEO--contract agreement reached                                                                                                              Student Life             7/15/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                experience
   Campus instituted a series of steps to improve recruitment of undergraduate students. Including: (1) A Coordinator of
   Research has been hired to study recruitment issues and refine recruitment strategies including timing of recruitment
   activities. (2) A Strategic Marketing Plan was produced and a year-long review of communication cycles from 22
   similar and competing institutions was completed. (3) An analysis of recruitment materials from 50 other institutions
                                                                                                                                                Admissions and
   was conducted. (4) Focus groups for students and for parents regarding UIUC publications and the publications from           Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Recruitment (e.g.,       6/15/2001
   other institutions were performed. (5) An outside vendor is conducting a Web Assessment Survey involving                     experience                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                                diversity)
   participants from UIUC along with Purdue, and possibly Ohio State and Ohio University. (6) Redesign of UIUC
   recruitment publications will begin in August. Appointed a standing Enrollment Management Team to centrally
   oversee and manage the admission and enrollment of new students. Maintained the size of the freshman class for AY
   2000-2001 within 1.3% of targets, thus avoiding the over-enrollments experienced during the two previous years.

   Additional steps were taken during the year to further strengthen a long standing Summer Research Opportunity
   Program (SROP). A Graduate Records Exam (GRE) training program was added, a Graduate Student Mentoring
                                                                                                                                                Admissions and
   component (Research Team Leaders) was incorporated, and several new expanded research opportunities were                     Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Recruitment (e.g.,       6/15/2001
   provided in collaboration with the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Microbiology, the State Water            experience                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                                diversity)
   Survey, the Waste Management and Research Center, and the State Geological Survey. It is worth noting as well that
   the largest SROP enrollment in recent years among CIC institutions has occurred on the Urbana-Champaign campus.
                                                                                                                                                Admissions and
   Received renewal of the McNair Scholars Program grant for the ninth year which provides summer research                      Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Recruitment (e.g.,       6/15/2001
   opportunities for 28 first-generation college students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.                          experience                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                                diversity)
                                                                                                                                                Admissions and
   Continued to refine and offer new student programs such as the New Student Convocation, First Year Campus                    Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Recruitment (e.g.,       6/20/2002
   Acquaintance Rape Education and new student career services                                                                  experience                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                                diversity)


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                                                                                                                                              Admissions and
   Organized and directed the Success Academic Enrichment Program that brings African American students from the              Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                              Recruitment (e.g.,       6/17/2003
   Don Moyer Boys and Girls Club to campus twice a week for mathematics enrichment activities.                                experience                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                              diversity)
   Formed the new Enrollment Oversight Committee (EOC) with representatives from all of the colleges, charged with                            Admissions and
                                                                                                                              Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
   formulating a comprehensive enrollment management plan, focusing on targets, recruitment and admissions, course                            Recruitment (e.g.,       6/17/2003
                                                                                                                              experience                                           annual report
   availability and intercollege transfers.                                                                                                   diversity)
                                                                                                                                              Admissions and
   Secured a $100,000 grant from Bank One to sponsor the College of Business LEAD program for minority student                Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                              Recruitment (e.g.,       6/18/2004
   summer on-campus program.                                                                                                  experience                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                              diversity)
   Initiated plans to reorganize outreach and recruiting activities in math, science and engineering. The purpose of this
                                                                                                                                              Admissions and
   reorganization is to establish cross-campus strategies for recruitment and retention of underrepresented groups in the     Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                              Recruitment (e.g.,       6/18/2004
   Math, Science, and Engineering (M.S.Eng) curricula at the undergraduate and graduate levels and K-12 M.S.Eng               experience                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                              diversity)
   outreach activities.
   NCSA worked in concert with MSI‘s to form the Minority Serving Institutions Consortium (MSIC). The goal of the 60
   member consortium is to increase the participation of minority women and men in computational science and high                             Admissions and
                                                                                                                              Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
   performance computing. The MSIC offers training and education activities, key contacts and networking in the                               Recruitment (e.g.,       6/18/2004
                                                                                                                              experience                                           annual report
   cyberinfrastructure community, and continued support of telecommunications links for remote collaboration and                              diversity)
   distance education that began in 2002.
                                                                                                                                              Admissions and
   Improved New Student Orientation to more effectively address academic advising and transition needs of first-year          Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                              Recruitment (e.g.,       6/18/2004
   students. The targeted implementation date is summer 2005.                                                                 experience                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                              diversity)
                                                                                                                                              Admissions and
   Optimized the new student enrollment process by coordinating all aid awarded by departments, colleges and the              Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                              Recruitment (e.g.,       6/18/2004
   University through the Office of Student Financial Aid prior to sending award letters to newly admitted students.          experience                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                              diversity)
   Additional professional advisors were hired in Liberal Arts and Sciences where they were most needed. The budget
   process for this year provided $290,000 to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to upgrade advising. These funds       Undergraduate   Advising and Academic                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                       5/31/2000
   are to be made permanent in FY01. Additional advising needs and improvements may also be addressed in conjunction          experience      Support                              annual report
   with unit resources next year
   Provided additional funds to strengthen and improve undergraduate advising in the Colleges of Commerce and
                                                                                                                              Undergraduate   Advising and Academic                Chancellor's
   Business Administration with $100,000 and Liberal Arts and Sciences with $460,000 in response to demonstrated need                                                  6/15/2001
                                                                                                                              experience      Support                              annual report
   for additional professional advisors.
   The recommendations of the Advising Taskforce were implemented by providing three professional development
                                                                                                                              Undergraduate   Advising and Academic                Chancellor's
   activities designed to address the needs of faculty and professional advisors. These activities have led to the                                                     6/15/2001
                                                                                                                              experience      Support                              annual report
   development of two to three additional professional development advising workshops in AY2001-2002.

   Thanks to increased efforts to publicize and promote study abroad, as well as to the development of several innovative
   new programs, we have been able to meet and surpass our goal of increasing study abroad participation to 1,050 for the
                                                                                                                              Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
   past two years. During the 1998-99 academic year and summer term, 1,089 University of Illinois students participated                       International Programs   5/31/2000
                                                                                                                              experience                                           annual report
   in study abroad and exchange programs. Numbers for the current year are estimated to be even higher. The University
   of Illinois now ranks sixth among U.S. research institutions in number of students participating in study abroad.
   Established a new collaborative relationship with the University of Puerto Rico at Cayey to encourage students from
                                                                                                                              Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
   that campus to pursue graduate study at the Urbana-Champaign campus. Cayey joins with seven other universities as                          International Programs   6/15/2001
                                                                                                                              experience                                           annual report
   SROP liaisons to the University of Illinois.
   ·     Expanded undergraduate study abroad opportunities.Campus surpassed the goal of 1,200 undergraduate students
                                                                                                                              Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
   having studied abroad by the end of the AY2000-2001 with 1,235 UIUC students studying abroad in 54 countries                               International Programs   6/15/2001
                                                                                                                              experience                                           annual report
   during 1999-2000 and 1,365 expected to study abroad by the end of AY2000-2001.
   International Programs and Studies awarded $40,500 in scholarships and developed alternatives to traditional semester-
   or year-long programs, as well as programs in countries and regions not previously available for study abroad.             Undergraduate                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                              International Programs   6/17/2003
   Negotiated 29 new or renewed international agreements raising the number of active cooperative agreements with             experience                                           annual report
   partner universities to 169 in 44 countries.




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   Based upon the success of the WIMSE living and learning community, the number of participants has increased from
   88 in 1996 to 135 in 2000. The LAS living and learning community was launched in fall 1999, with 70 students co-
   enrolling in two courses with students in the living and learning community. Planning was completed for the initiation        Undergraduate   Living and Learning                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                        5/31/2000
   of two additional living and learning communities for fall 2000: the Leadership Community and Global Crossroads.              experience      Communities                        annual report
   Approximately 1,500 students will be participating in the six living and learning communities in 2000-2001, compared
   to 650 five years ago.
   ·      Leadership Experience through Academic Development and Service (LEADS) opened with 131 residents. This
   community is based upon the philosophy of the Illinois Leadership model and assists students in learning specific
   leadership skills and applying them in residence hall, campus and community activities. In the hall, several courses          Undergraduate   Living and Learning                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                        6/15/2001
   relating to leadership development were offered, such as a course on communication and resolving conflict. Students           experience      Communities                        annual report
   formed action teams, including Vision, Community Service, Education, Career Development, Social Activities, and
   Outreach.
   ·Global Crossroads opened with 110 residents, including 50 domestic students, and 60 international undergraduates
   from more than a dozen countries. Discussion sessions were held to stimulate student interaction with faculty members         Undergraduate   Living and Learning                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                        6/15/2001
   engaged in an international scholarship focus. Topics included environmental consequences of globalization, economic          experience      Communities                        annual report
   impact on third world countries, globalization and how it relates to UIUC.
   Completed an extensive evaluation of the Living and Learning Communities. The evaluation revealed that the
                                                                                                                                 Undergraduate   Living and Learning                Chancellor's
   communities are particularly effective in promoting non-academic outcomes (i.e., resident satisfaction with numerous                                                 6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                 experience      Communities                        annual report
   aspects of student life was higher for LLC participants than non-participants).
   Instituted a plan, following the evaluation activities conducted during 2003-2004 to strengthen the academic core of our
   five extant Living and Learning Communities (Unit One/Allen Hall; Weston Career Exploration; Leadership; Women                Undergraduate   Living and Learning                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                        6/18/2004
   in Math, Science and Engineering; Global Crossroads). Over a three-year period, a faculty director will be placed in          experience      Communities                        annual report
   each community and academic coursework central to each community will be provided.
   Developed a new Living and Learning Community, ―Intersections,‖ that will focus specifically on intergroup dialogue.
                                                                                                                                 Undergraduate   Living and Learning                Chancellor's
   It will have 120 undergraduate participants beginning in Fall 2004 and provide a context for research, instruction and                                               6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                 experience      Communities                        annual report
   engagement on issues of race and community.
   The Council on Enhancement of Undergraduate Education has reviewed current practices in order to develop models
   for capstone experiences based on ―best practices‖ in campus undergraduate programs. The Council recommended
   that in AY00-01 a group of academic associate deans be convened to develop a detailed description of best practices in        Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                 Research Experiences   5/31/2000
   capstone experiences and to disseminate this to departments; a further recommendation is that it should develop               experience                                         annual report
   strategies and recommend to the Provost incentives for capstone teaching within existing curricular structures and
   identify specific curricula to target for the development of capstone experiences.
                                                                                                                                 Undergraduate
   Industrial Design students study real world problems                                                                                          Research Experiences   4/1/2002    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                 experience
   Established an Enterprise Development Center in the College of Commerce and Business Administration whereby
                                                                                                                                 Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
   students obtain business advisory experience by providing start-up services to faculty, staff and students who seek to                        Research Experiences   6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                 experience                                         annual report
   commercialize intellectual property
   ·      Received $1.7 million grant for the undergraduate Biological Science Education Program from the Howard
                                                                                                                                 Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
   Hughes Medical Institute providing undergraduates with research opportunities focused on mentoring and leadership                             Research Experiences   6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                 experience                                         annual report
   training.
                                                                                                                                 Undergraduate
   Mechanical and Ind. Engineering 280--student consultants                                                                                      Research Experiences   6/19/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                 experience
                                                                                                                                 Undergraduate
   Technology and Management Program in Business and Engineering                                                                                 Research Experiences   9/1/2003    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                 experience
                                                                                                                                 Undergraduate
   Studio course in arch, landscape arch, URP on east st. louis                                                                                  Research Experiences   5/6/2004    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                 experience
   A series of undergraduate seminars was offered in Spring 2004 based on the cross-campus initiatives. These courses
                                                                                                                                 Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
   extended the scholarly and academic excellence of the initiatives into interactive classroom experiences for                                  Research Experiences   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                 experience                                         annual report
   undergraduate students.




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   Office of Minority Student Affairs received a grant for students in the Summer Research Opportunities Program                Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Research Experiences   6/18/2004
   (SROP) to participate in the Ethnography of the University Project.                                                          experience                                         annual report
   Enrollments in First-Year Discovery courses have increased from 1,857 freshmen in AY 94-95 to 4,194 in AY99-00.              Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Retention              5/31/2000
   The number of sections have increased as well, from 134 in AY 94-95 to 222 in AY 99-00.                                      experience                                         annual report
   Began the process to reinstate the Discovery Program (small, interactive courses specifically designed for freshmen and
                                                                                                                                Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
   led by faculty) in Fall 2004. Students and faculty alike value and benefit from this program and reinstatement of the                        Retention              6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                experience                                         annual report
   program is a significant contribution to the institution.
   The First Year Impact Program (FYI) provides freshmen with educational and developmental experiences in the form
   of workshops and presentations to enhance and support their transition to the Urbana-Champaign campus. This past
                                                                                                                                Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
   year Student Affairs collaborated with faculty and staff in the College of Applied Life Studies to create and offer a new                    Student Life           6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                experience                                         annual report
   one-credit hour orientation course for first-year students incorporating First Year Impact modules and department-
   specific information. This collaborative model is being studied by other colleges for possible future adaptation.
   Student Affairs and Academic Affairs worked together to implement the new student leadership model. This model
   (funded by private support in excess of $1 million) reaches out to students from all colleges who are motivated to learn     Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Student Life           6/15/2001
   leadership skills. When fully implemented, approximately 1,200 students annually will participate in the four core           experience                                         annual report
   programs of the student leadership model.
                                                                                                                                Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
   Presented the First Year Campus Acquaintance Rape Education workshops to 4,400 first year students.                                          Student Life           6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                experience                                         annual report
   The Office of Student Conflict Resolution hearing officers and the Senate Committee on Student Discipline adjudicated
   1,352 cases this year. The slight increase in the number of cases heard is directly due to more aggressive alcohol           Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Student Life           6/15/2001
   enforcement by the Champaign police. Due to heightened marketing of the availability of mediation services for               experience                                         annual report
   resolution of student conflicts, more than 1,200 students used the services.
   Expanded Alcohol 101 to all first-year students, and implemented a social norms marketing campaign that relates to the
   affects of high-risk drinking (Daily Illini ads, posters, and birthday cards to students on 19th and 21st birthdays to       Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Student Life           6/15/2001
   discourage high-risk celebratory drinking). The latter campaign received first place recognition at a recent Association     experience                                         annual report
   of College Unions International Marketing competition.
   The Alcohol and Other Drugs Office provided additional on-campus intervention services, including individual and
   group sessions, for students needing assistance beyond Alcohol 101. Completed 74 mandatory assessments for
                                                                                                                                Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
   incapacitation due to alcohol or other drugs for the period August 2000 through March 2001. This new mandatory                               Student Life           6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                experience                                         annual report
   assessment and intervention program received recognition as one of the top ten innovative programs in College
   Counseling Centers for 1999-2000 by the American College Personnel Association.

   The Dean of Students Office completed a Greek organization status report for the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs,
                                                                                                                                Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
   Provost and Chancellor. The report describes changes in the Greek system at University of Illinois, highlights strategic                     Student Life           6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                experience                                         annual report
   issues for sustaining Greek chapters, and documents the role of Greek chapters in building community on campus.
   Completed a self-study and peer evaluation of the intercollegiate athletics program. Campus provided the requested
   information regarding the following four items: (1) the academic profiles of the incoming men‘s basketball student-
   athletes and their relationship to the team‘s graduation rates; (2) assurance of universal oversight and control for all     Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                Student Life           6/15/2001
   booster groups as is currently performed for other units on campus; (3) reformatted gender-equity plan; (4)                  experience                                         annual report
   comprehensive explanation of campus‘ minority opportunities plan as it relates to minority issues unique to the minority
   student-athletes.
   Secured Board of Trustees and the Illinois Board of Higher Education's approval for a proposal to renovate and expand
                                                                                                                                Undergraduate                                      Chancellor's
   campus recreation facilities. In a student referendum in November 2001, 74% of students voting supported a $77                               Student Life           6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                experience                                         annual report
   semester increase in student fees phased in between FY04-07 to pay for this $77.6 million project
                                                                                                                                Undergraduate
   Presentation on Student Life to faculty senate by VC Patricia Askew                                                                          Student Life           11/4/2002   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                experience
                                                                                                                                Undergraduate
   Native American House established                                                                                                            Student Life           3/20/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                experience




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   Expanded the Intergroup Relations Program into University Housing with the development of a new Resident Advisor
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
   Intergroup Dialogue course. The course is designed to help the advisors develop skills for facilitating discussions and                        Student Life   6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                  experience                                  annual report
   programs about cultural diversity and social justice issues.
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate
   Brown vs Board of Education Commemoration                                                                                                      Student Life   9/15/2003    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                  experience
   Continued collaborations between students, staff and faculty on innovative opportunities for students to learn about the
   nature and effects of discrimination (the Boxes and Walls program), be exposed to a variety of cultures through
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
   performance (the Culture Shock program), explore issues of diversity through interactive theater (Inner Voices),                               Student Life   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                  experience                                  annual report
   experience cross cultural boundaries in a living and learning community (Global Crossroads), and interact with people
   of all cultures and races (United We Jam).
   Piloted new and expanded existing programs and courses in University Housing such as, ―Resident Advisor Intergroup
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
   Dialogue,‖ the ―Minority Advocates Program‖ in its second year, and offered free Spanish cable television channels in                          Student Life   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                  experience                                  annual report
   student rooms.
   Created new initiatives that foster a supportive climate for Latina/o students. Several examples include: Installed a
   satellite in La Casa Cultural Latina that provides access to 12 Spanish television stations and 10 radio stations;
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
   established a Latino/a Studies collection in the Illini Union Bookstore; a Latino Family Visitation Day for families of                        Student Life   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                  experience                                  annual report
   first-year students (secured a second year of funding.); and opened Cocina Mexicana, a Latino restaurant in Illinois
   Street Residence Hall.
   Implemented a Cultural Programming Fee (passed by a student referendum) to increase awareness and appreciation of
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
   the ethnic and cultural diversity of the campus. This fee has provided $72,000 in new programming funds, distributed                           Student Life   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                  experience                                  annual report
   equally to the African American Cultural Center, La Casa Cultural Latina, and the Native American House.
   Advanced the growth of the nationally recognized model for student leadership development, Illinois Leadership™
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
   providing the opportunity for students to learn leadership skills through four programs that serve more than 900                               Student Life   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                  experience                                  annual report
   students from all undergraduate colleges.
   In its second year of operation, the Illinois Leadership™ Center provided a resource library and consulting services for       Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  Student Life   6/18/2004
   student organizations; it also continues to oversee the Certificate in Leadership Program.                                     experience                                  annual report
   Developed plans for revising new student orientation to better meet needs of incoming freshmen and their families. It
   will include a spring component delivered through technology, a summer day-on-campus program that will focus on                Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  Student Life   6/18/2004
   enrolling in courses, a welcome period with student affairs and academic content that immediately precedes classes,            experience                                  annual report
   and a University 101 course to promote a successful academic transition to college.
   Men‘s Tennis set the NCAA record for consecutive dual team victories, National Championship in Men‘s tennis (third
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
   straight) and National Indoor Championship. The team continues to be ranked first in the nation with Head Coach                                Student Life   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                  experience                                  annual report
   Craig Tiley named Big Ten Coach of the Year.
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
   Big Ten Men‘s Basketball Championship Title (first since 1952).                                                                                Student Life   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                  experience                                  annual report
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
   Wrestling moved into first place in the national ranking, Big Ten dual meet champions.                                                         Student Life   6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                  experience                                  annual report
   Big Ten Men‘s Gymnastics Championship; Head Men‘s Gymnastics Coach Yoshi Hayasaki named Big Ten Coach of                       Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  Student Life   6/18/2004
   the Year.                                                                                                                      experience                                  annual report
   Soccer won the Big Ten Tournament, Head Soccer Coach Janet Rayfield named Great Lakes Regional Coach of the                    Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  Student Life   6/18/2004
   year.                                                                                                                          experience                                  annual report
   Volleyball advanced to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen and Head Volleyball Coach Don Hardin was named Big Ten Coach                     Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  Student Life   6/18/2004
   of the Year.                                                                                                                   experience                                  annual report
   The most recent NCAA graduation report indicated that 88% of the student-athletes that complete their eligibility on           Undergraduate                               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                  Student Life   6/18/2004
   campus do graduate while in fall 2003 50% of the student-athletes earned over a 3.0 G.P.A. or better.                          experience                                  annual report
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate
   Developing whole student -- Chancellor speech at YMCA                                                                                          Student Life   11/17/2005   Inside Illinois
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   A partnership with United Way has been successfully established in support of the Office of Volunteer Programs,
   which is aimed at increasing student volunteerism in the local community; partnership has been renewed for 2000-
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
   2001. Infrastructure for supporting volunteer service has been greatly enhanced by development of joint website and                                                           5/31/2000
                                                                                                                                  experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report
   database of volunteers, which advertise volunteer opportunities and facilitate registering and matching students to
   opportunities in the community.
   Increased by 20% the number of student tutors in the America Reads and America Counts programs providing 120,000
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
   hours of tutoring to 25 local schools, the Don Moyer Boys and Girls Club, the Douglas Community Center and the                                                                6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                  experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report
   Orchard Downs After-School program
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate   Work and Life (service
   Project-based service-learning course in ACES                                                                                                                                 1/23/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                  experience      learning, internships, etc.)

   Encouraged student contributions to the local community through volunteer service and community-based learning
   courses. The partnership between the United Way and the Office of Volunteer programs continues to be a national                Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                 6/17/2003
   model and has resulted in a substantial increase in the number of student volunteers. The CUVolunteer.org interactive          experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report
   web site of volunteer opportunities is accessible to students and community residents.

   The America Reads/America Counts Program, one of the largest programs of its kind in the nation, worked in the
   Champaign and Urbana communities in partnership with the local school districts. Through this initiative 630                   Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                 6/17/2003
   undergraduate, Federal Work-Study students worked as tutors; 28 graduate students supervised the undergraduate                 experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report
   tutors. The students provided over 72,000 hours of service to the community during the 2002-2003 academic year.
   Piloted an innovative new campus-wide, project-based course called LINC: Learning in Community to educate and
   empower students for community service through work on community-driven projects. In the three semesters of its                Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                 6/17/2003
   existence, over 200 undergraduates worked in 37 interdisciplinary teams on real-world problems for the non-profit              experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report
   community.
   Participated in Black Student Leadership Institutes to support the University of Illinois African American students            Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                 6/17/2003
   interested in volunteer projects and structured learning activities with the local African American community.                 experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report

   Introduced through Illinois Leadership™, a certificate in leadership program with 40 students being accepted into the
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
   initial group. The Illinois Leadership™ is a national model for student leadership development with participants                                                              6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                  experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report
   representing the diversity of the student body in terms of college enrollment, class level and ethnicity.
   Opened the Illinois Leadership™ Center in the Illini Union that includes a library of resource materials, offices for staff
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
   members and a space for workshops. Offered two sections of a new introductory course in leadership theory, with                                                               6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                  experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report
   demand exceeding spaces.
   Secured a $250,000 endowment for the Graf Intern Program within the Illinois Leadership™ Center, expanding the                 Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                                 6/17/2003
   number of opportunities available for pre-professional internships for outstanding juniors and seniors.                        experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report
   Offered increased opportunities for undergraduate students to learn through community engagement. The Office of the
   Provost and Partnership Illinois collaborated to support the ―Learning in Community‖ (LINC) course offered through
                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate   Work and Life (service                     Chancellor's
   the College of Engineering. This course enrolled several hundred undergraduates during the 2003-2004 academic year.                                                           6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                  experience      learning, internships, etc.)               annual report
   Efforts to expand the course into the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and for General Education credit are
   presently underway.
   Spanish 232--Intensive spoken Spanish includes 2 hours of work in the spanish speaking community and 2 hours in the            Undergraduate   Work and Life (service
                                                                                                                                                                                 3/3/2005    Inside Illinois
   classroom                                                                                                                      experience      learning, internships, etc.)

   Spanish 232--Intensive spoken Spanish includes 2 hours of work in the spanish speaking community and 2 hours in the            Undergraduate   Work and Life (service
                                                                                                                                                                                             Inside Illinois
   classroom                                                                                                                      experience      learning, internships, etc.)




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   The Discovery Program (established 1994), underwent its first review. The review committee
                                                                                                       assessment of
   reviewed historical documents, enrollment and course statistics, comments from executive
                                                                                                       teaching and         Evaluation                    6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   officers of departments across campus, and student ratings and comments on the courses. The
                                                                                                       learning
   overall conclusion supports continuation and further development of the Discovery Program.
   Campus continued to recognize excellent undergraduate teaching by faculty and graduate
                                                                                                       assessment of
   assistants as evidenced through the Campus Instructional Awards Banquet and similar
                                                                                                       teaching and         excellence in teaching        6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   instructional awards ceremonies in colleges across campus. Formal recognition for outstanding
                                                                                                       learning
   teaching by non-tenure-track instructional staff was also established.
   Completed a study by the Teaching Advancement Board addressing the importance of teaching in        assessment of
   the annual review of faculty performance. The study was delivered to the Provost for                teaching and         excellence in teaching        6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   consideration.                                                                                      learning
   Launched five new Teaching Academies in the Colleges of Commerce and Business
   Administration, Education, Fine and Applied Arts, the School of Social Work, and the Institute of
                                                                                                       assessment of
   Labor and Industrial Relations. The Academies are designed to help faculty adopt effective
                                                                                                       teaching and         excellence in teaching        6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   strategies for teaching and learning and to strengthen support networks for instructional faculty
                                                                                                       learning
   and staff. A special seminar was created to provide peer support for leaders of the Teaching
   Academies.
                                                                                                       assessment of
   Renaming/repositioning of OIR                                                                       teaching and         excellence in teaching        1/22/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       learning
   GP.04.02--April 26, 2004--University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign Senate----Committee on
   General University Policy----GP.04.02, Unit Review--(final- Action)----Background--Six years
   ago Provost Herman appointed an ad hoc committee, chaired by Leigh Estabrook, to consider
   whether there are good reasons for a system of periodic reviews of units that function in the
   manner of academic departments on this campus, and if so, what sort of system of this kind might
   be most appropriate for this campus. Many universities have such unit review systems--. This        assessment of
   campus once did (called ―COPE,‖ or ―Council on Program Evaluation‖); but it was dropped,            teaching and         excellence in teaching        4/26/2004   Senate Minutes
   owing to a general feeling on the campus that it was not worth the effort required on the part of   learning
   all concerned to conduct the kinds of reviews it involved. The Estabrook Committee was mindful
   of that experience, and was concerned that it not be repeated. However, the Committee did feel
   that there are a variety of good reasons to have a more flexible sort of review system, and
   proceeded to set out the rationale for it and to recommend guidelines for such a more flexible
   system.----The Estabrook Committee report was submitted to the Provost in March 1999. It was
   transmitted to the Urbana Senate for comment, and was then referred to the General University       assessment of
   Instructional Awards Program Evaluated                                                              teaching and         excellence in teaching        4/19/2007   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       learning
   Between August 1999 and March 2000, 37% of new faculty hires were women and 22% were
   racial minorities. Large gains in representation of women at the assoc. prof level (up 68%) and                          Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff                                  5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   full professor (up 138%) have been realized since 1981, despite overall decline in size of the                           (includes diversity)
   faculty


   As of March 31, 2000, Campaign Illinois produced 149 gift agreements for chairs/profsssorships,                          Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff                                  5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   with additional 44 in negotiation                                                                                        (includes diversity)




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   Five long-term international faculty lines (fall 1999) and two short-term lines (spring 2000) were
   filled. This new faculty will contribute substantially to new international dimensions in our
   undergraduate and graduate curricula. One of the primary mechanisms for strengthening the
   international dimension of our curricula is to encourage UI-Urbana students to study abroad .
   Other efforts to strengthen the international component of our teaching program include: new                               Appointment and recruitment
   graduate seminars on EU/US relations and non-tariff trade; new interdisciplinary undergraduate        Faculty and Staff                                  5/31/2000    Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   and graduate seminars, funded by the Ford Foundation, on gender area studies, and the arts
   which will be used to develop an international minor in FAA; interdisciplinary seminars on
   international peace and security issues, terrorism, and development and ethics; a new
   undergraduate international security course program that includes twelve courses—four of which
   are new.
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   Status of women                                                                                       Faculty and Staff                                  3/15/2001    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   To date, 30 individuals from seven different colleges have been added to the faculty through the
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   Faculty Excellence Program, with an additional 33 hires approved and pending. Attention is            Faculty and Staff                                  6/15/2001    Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   being given to the recruitment of women and minorities through this program.
   Minimum salaries for both academic professionals and other academic staff increased from
   $22,000 to $23,000. Average salary increases for faculty in FY 2001 were 5.39%, the highest
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   percentage increase in the last three years. Following review and approval by the Council of          Faculty and Staff                                  6/15/2001    Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   Deans, minimum salaries for graduate assistants in FY01 increased from $9,400 to $10,600 for
   half-time nine-month appointments.
   The Campus continued to provide funding for the recruitment and retention of faculty during                                Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/15/2001    Chancellor's annual report
   FY01 with 40 packages having been provided for a total of $1,853,432.                                                      (includes diversity)
   Appointed a campus-wide committee on diversity to recommend actions and initiatives that
   would help the campus realize its goal of becoming a more diverse community for faculty, staff
   and students. The initial goals and thematic focuses articulated by the committee include                                  Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/15/2001    Chancellor's annual report
   Community Building, Programs and Program Development, Administration and Oversight, and                                    (includes diversity)
   the Student Experience. One such funded project is a post-doctoral program for the African-
   American, Latino/Latina and Asian-American studies programs.
   The Provost‘s Advisory Group on Work/Life Issues was charged to examine and make
   recommendations about campus and university policies and procedures that support the family
   life of employees. To date the committee has completed a review of the policies and procedures,
   forwarded its recommendations to the Provost, and will distribute a survey on work/life services
   to all faculty, staff and graduate students in fall 2001. The campus received approval from the
   Board of Trustees to expand the Child Development Laboratory (CDL) to include 96 new                                       Appointment and recruitment
   openings for full time child care. This program expansion will include care for infants and           Faculty and Staff                                  6/15/2001    Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   toddlers and increase the number of openings for full time care for 2 and 3 year old children.
   Construction on the expansion of CDL is scheduled to begin in September 2001 with the full
   class enrollment scheduled to open in January 2003.The campus is exploring possible
   partnerships with local funding agencies and a facility adjacent to the campus to provide sliding
   fee services for additional child care. Planning is under way to provide child care services in the
   Research Park for employees at the Research Park and associated University employees.
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   Diversity initiatives committee report                                                                Faculty and Staff                                  6/16/2001    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   We have hired 195 faculty this year, for a net gain of about 75 persons. This is very encouraging,                         Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  10/29/2001   Senate Minutes
   but we need to work hard to keep this momentum moving in the upward direction.                                             (includes diversity)
   Hired 195 new faculty members in FY02 for a net gain of 75 faculty over the previous year,
   reversing a more than 20 year trend of annual declines in the number of faculty on the campus.                             Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/20/2002    Chancellor's annual report
   These new faculty hires included 10 Faculty Excellence hires and are comprised of 46% women,                               (includes diversity)
   16% African-American and 11% Hispanic/Latino


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   Implemented a process for conducting annual exit interviews with all departing faculty members.
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   The interview process, interview guidelines and interview protocol were approved and reviewers        Faculty and Staff                                  6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   were identified. Exit interviews were conducted in May, 2002
   Supported and invested in significant new faculty recruitments to strengthen the humanities and
   cultural disciplines. Saw appointment of permanent directors in Latina/Latino Studies and in
   Asian American Studies. Also the Latina/Latino Studies Program (LLSP) infrastructure was                                   Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   elaborated by the addition of an Associate Director, a Coordinator of Graduate Student Outreach,                           (includes diversity)
   and a Coordinator of Undergraduate Student Outreach. And, renovations to the LLSP building
   were completed, including installation of new furniture, equipment, and a computer lab.
   Added (through the International Faculty Lines Program) four visiting faculty members with
   international, interdisciplinary teaching and research expertise. The program has achieved wide                            Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   campus support, with international faculty hires placed in more than 20 departments in eight                               (includes diversity)
   colleges and institutes.
   The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research contributed nearly $4 million to 122 recruitment                            Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   and retention packages for outstanding faculty.                                                                            (includes diversity)
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   Completed faculty recruitment for AY02-03 with a net gain of 42 new colleagues.                       Faculty and Staff                                  6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   Recruitment of new faculty in four areas is being targeted to advance the Post Genomic Initiative
   (PGI). To date, nine new faculty have been hired in Proteomics: Molecular Function in Biology                              Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   and Macromolecular Assemblies and Machines as Determinants of Cell Function, and one in                                    (includes diversity)
   Mammalian Developmental Biology.
   The Provost‘s Faculty Recruitment Committee analyzed responses from finalists for faculty
   positions for the past five years, both those who were offered positions and those who were not.
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   The information collected from the first survey prompted the committee to recommend that the          Faculty and Staff                                  6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   surveys should be conducted annually. Information about best practices will be shared with the
   Provost, with a recommendation that it be shared with deans and department heads.

   The Provost‘s Committee on Retention conducted interviews with faculty who were leaving the
   campus for other positions; and for the first time the interviews included information from faculty                        Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   who retired or left due to termination. The data collected in these surveys have been helpful in                           (includes diversity)
   identifying areas of success and pointing out areas that need improvement.
   Opened the Expanded Child Development Laboratory, offering infant care and drop-in child care
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   for the first time. The United Way, in cooperation with the campus and other major community          Faculty and Staff                                  6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   employers, issued an RFP for a sick child care program.
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   Expansion of health benefits to same-sex partners                                                     Faculty and Staff                                  7/24/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
                                                                                                                              Appointment and recruitment
   Secured five new endowed chairs and professorships bringing the campus total to 248.                  Faculty and Staff                                  6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                              (includes diversity)
   Added seven new short-term faculty appointments (ranging from a couple of weeks to a
   semester) through the International Faculty Lines Program. The program achieved wide campus                                Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   coverage, with international faculty hires representing over twenty departments in eight colleges                          (includes diversity)
   and institutes.
   Implemented a new policy to permit ethnic studies units to host tenured faculty appointments in a
   variety of configurations between and within departments. The new policy allows the ethnic                                 Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff                                  6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   studies units to strengthen their faculty recruitment and retention and to develop curricula and                           (includes diversity)
   programs that implement their own intellectual agendas.




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   Developed a closer integration between the Asian-American Cultural Center and the Program in
   Asian-American Studies. This new relationship permits close collaboration and leveraging of                              Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff                                  6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   faculty and other assets, and can serve as a model for other ethnic studies cultural programs and                        (includes diversity)
   academic programs.
                                                                                                                            Appointment and recruitment
   Secured 5 new endowed chairs and professorships, increasing the campus total to 248.                Faculty and Staff                                  6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                            (includes diversity)
   The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research contributed nearly $1.9M to 77 recruitment and                            Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff                                  6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   retention packages for outstanding faculty.                                                                              (includes diversity)
   Targeted new faculty hires in four areas to advance the Institute for Genomic Biology (IGB). To
   date, 11 new faculty have been hired in Proteomics: Molecular Function in Biology and                                    Appointment and recruitment
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff                                  6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Macromolecular Assemblies and Machines as Determinants of Cell Function, one in Mammalian                                (includes diversity)
   Developmental Biology, and two in Genome-based Enhancement of Plant Functional Traits.

   Participated in the selection process for a sick child care vendor and worked with the United
                                                                                                                            Appointment and recruitment
   Way and Legal Counsel to develop a subsidy program. Sick child care should be available             Faculty and Staff                                  6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                            (includes diversity)
   through Family Service of Champaign County beginning in the fall 2004 semester.
                                                                                                                            Appointment and recruitment
   Diversity initiatives committee produces 5 year plan                                                Faculty and Staff                                  1/18/2007   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                            (includes diversity)
   Secured 25 new endowed chairs and professorships bringing the campus total to 230. Thirtyone
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff    Endowed Chairs                6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   additional professorships/chairs were in negotiation at the end of the academic year

   Received a $658,000 grant from State Farm to endow a professorship in actuarial science, along
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff    Endowed Chairs                6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   with program support for the College of Commerce and Business Administration (CBA)
   A survey of academic professional employees was conducted, for the second year, at the
   beginning of FY01. The results were consistent with those of the first survey, namely ―well-
   managed performance evaluations contribute to a positive work experience‖. The Office of            Faculty and Staff    Evaluation                    6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   Academic Human Resources also developed a web-based supervisory training program to
   encourage supervisors to use performance reviews.
   • Encouraged the development of junior faculty members by requiring departmental third-year
   review reports be evaluated and approved by deans. Initiated a Provost's Administrative Seminar
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff    Evaluation                    6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   for department heads to share best practices for developing junior faculty during their
   probationary period
   Concerns about college of communications                                                            Faculty and Staff    Evaluation                    9/18/2003   Inside Illinois

   Professor Vernon Burton is the 1999-2000 Teacher of the Year for doctoral institutions,             Faculty and Staff    excellence in teaching        11/1/1999   Senate Minutes

   Campus Curriculum for Instructional Excellence                                                      Faculty and Staff    excellence in teaching        6/9/2001    Inside Illinois
   The National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Shodor Education Foundation, an alliance
   partner of NCSA, announced a $2.7 million grant to fund the National Computational Science
   Institute (NCSI). The Institute seeks to integrate computational science across the undergraduate
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff    excellence in teaching        6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   curriculum. NCSI will teach faculty how to use new learning and teaching methods in the
   classroom, such as numerical modeling, interactive scientific applications and computational
   tools
   Carnegie Scholar named                                                                              Faculty and Staff    excellence in teaching        4/8/2003    Inside Illinois
   ·      Honored Professor Yi Lu, one of twenty professors nationwide to receive a Howard
   Hughes Medical Institute Professor Award of $1 million. This award will support Dr. Lu‘s
                                                                                                       Faculty and Staff    excellence in teaching        6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   efforts to improve the way chemistry is taught and make it more engaging for undergraduate
   students.




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   ·      Through the efforts of the Teaching Advancement Board, the Urbana campus was
   designated as a Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Lee Shulman,
                                                                                                      Faculty and Staff    excellence in teaching     6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, was the keynote speaker
   for the Annual Faculty Retreat on Active Learning.
   Launched the campus Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE). The Center incorporates many of
   the services housed in the Office of Instructional Resources and more closely aligns them with
   the mission of the Teaching Advancement Board. The CTE provided leadership, consistent with
                                                                                                      Faculty and Staff    excellence in teaching     6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   the campus designation as a Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
   (CASTL) institution, to support faculty interested in the process and outcomes of teaching and
   learning.
   Distinguished teacher/scholars                                                                     Faculty and Staff    excellence in teaching     10/7/2004   Inside Illinois
   The General Education Board reconsidered general education requirements and moved toward a
   system that includes additional courses that address global issues. Specifically, the Board
                                                                                                      Faculty and Staff    Gen Ed                     6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   developed guidelines that enable courses to be reviewed and approved in both Western and Non-
   Western Culture categories.
   ·      Appointed an ad hoc committee to reconsider the evaluation of public engagement
   activities in the promotion and tenure process. In its contemporary form, public engagement
   differs significantly from what traditionally was called ―public service.‖ The committee will      Faculty and Staff    P&T                        6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   recommend ways of assessing engagement activities appropriately in our faculty evaluation
   processes.
   A committee was appointed and has reported on initiatives for academic professional career
   development opportunities on campus. Similarly, an advisory committee was formed to help
   shape new educational programs and initiatives that are now being implemented. The Provost‘s       Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   office has provided leadership for the development of the Campus Conduct Program, which will
   emphasize professional behavior and be offered to all units in the fall.
   The Office of Business Affairs (OBA) promotes several training opportunities for campus
   personnel. Training sessions covering approximately fifteen topics related to OBA procedures
   are offered each semester. Multiple sessions are scheduled for the more popular topics, allowing   Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   for as many as 1800 employees per semester to attend the sessions. This training is free to
   participants.
   The campus, in consultation with college deans, held a two-day workshop (co-sponsored by the
   American Association of University Professors (AAUP)) for new tenure-track faculty; this
   campus program complements several college and department based career development efforts
                                                                                                      Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   for assistant professors. Faculty members from every college on campus participated in the
   workshop and evaluated it positively. College and disciplinary-based brown bag luncheons were
   also held to discuss topics of interest to assistant professors.

   The Council of Deans devoted its annual retreat to Academic Professional Development issues,
   following recommendations by the Academic Professional Development Advisory Committee. It
   was agreed that the campus should expand upon current efforts, such as developing career paths
                                                                                                      Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   based on functional job families, reviewing the salary structure, expanding professional
   development opportunities, strengthening involvement in governance, addressing work/life and
   supervisory issues, and implementing multi-year contracts.
   Supported five scholarships for campus business officers to attend the Central Association of
   College and University Business Officer‘s Collegiate Management Institute. This initiative to
                                                                                                      Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   develop future university business leaders will be expanded in AY2001-2002 to 10 scholarships
   per year.




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   Preliminary guidelines for an academic professional scholarship program have been developed.
   The scholarships will allow a range of academic professional employees access to professional        Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   training and development in their fields. The scholarships will be offered beginning in fall 2001.

   The campus collaborated with the Office of Human Resource Development (HRD) to support
   and promote an assortment of professional staff development efforts. Thirty-six classes were
   offered on a variety of staff issues such as Finance and Budgeting for non-Financial
   Professionals, Managing Change: Strategies for Meeting and Moving through Transitions, and           Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   Mastering Listening, Feedback, and Nonverbal Skills. The Source catalog was produced for
   distribution in September 2000 and January 2001 to market the workshops. The Biennial
   Conference for Working Women was well attended with more than 7,500 participants.
   Attention to staff development has increasingly become a priority in units across campus as
   evidenced by the development in AY2000 – 2001 of new programs and policies such as, in
                                                                                                        Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   Printing Services, Project Planning and Facility Management (PPFM) and Campus Parking and
   Transportation.
   The Campus Faculty/Staff Orientation program was redesigned for AY2000-2001 and will be
   further refined next year. Current programs include a 20-module orientation/professional
                                                                                                        Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   development series, annual all day retreat, half-day workshops, individual orientation for all new
   staff on campus, and a faculty and staff mentoring program.

   Held a ―Faculty Summer Institute for Learning Technologies‖ to bring together faculty from
                                                                                                        Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   around the state for an intensive week of learning technologies and pedagogic methods.
   Developed the Provost's Professional Development Program for academic staff members to
                                                                                                        Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   enhance staff career development resources and opportunities
   Revised and improved the annual orientation program for new faculty and academic staff, the
                                                                                                        Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   Senior Administrator Orientation and the Provost's Administrative Seminar program
   Intensive training programs were provided through Educational Technologies (EdTech) for
   incoming faculty to help them improve pedagogy and incorporate learning management tools in          Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   the teaching experience.
   Designed and presented professional development opportunities to academic professionals and
   staff on the Urbana campus in the following areas: supervisory development and professional          Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   office skills, workplace violence prevention programs and performance evaluation workshops.
   The campus participated in the University Fellows Program by serving on the advisory team and
   providing internship opportunities for the Fellows. The program is designed to provide a series
                                                                                                        Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   of professional development opportunities for campus administrators who have the potential to
   move into higher level positions.
   Developed guidelines for a faculty mentoring program. Information will be distributed to deans
                                                                                                        Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   prior to the beginning of the 2004 Fall semester.
   Designed and presented professional development opportunities to academic professionals and
   staff on the Urbana campus in the following areas: supervisory development and professional          Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   office skills, workplace violence prevention, and performance evaluation workshops.
   Completed plans to implement the academic professional development program, a fund that will
                                                                                                        Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   encourage units to provide funding for academic staff development.
   Provost Fellows program established                                                                  Faculty and Staff    Professional Development   4/6/2006    Inside Illinois
   faculty members received equity adjustments for FY02; this process is currently being repeated
                                                                                                        Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries       6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   for assistant professors based on FY02 salaries




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   ·     Scientific Luminaries awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in Medicine and 2003 Nobel Prize in
   Physics, 2003 Crafoord Prize for Biosciences, National Medal of Technology, and the 2004              Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Lemelson-MIT prize.
   Paul C. Lauterbur, a pioneer in the development of magnetic resonance imaging and a faculty
   member at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, was awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in
   Physiology or Medicine. He shares the prize with Sir Peter Mansfield of the University of
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Nottingham in England. Mansfield was a research associate in the department of physics at
   Illinois from 1962-1964. They were lauded for "seminal discoveries concerning the use of
   magnetic resonance to visualize different structures."
   Anthony J. Leggett, a world leader in the theory of low-temperature physics and a faculty
   member at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, was awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in
   physics. He shares the prize with Alexei A. Abrikosov of Argonne National Laboratory in               Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Argonne, Illinois, and Vitaly L. Ginzburg of the Lebedev Physical Institute in Moscow. They
   were lauded for "pioneering contributions to the theory of superconductors and superfluids."

   Carl R. Woese, the Stanley O. Ikenberry Endowed Chair at the University of Illinois at Urbana-
   Champaign formally accepted the $500,000 Crafoord Prize in Biosciences from the Royal
   Swedish Academy of Sciences in Sweden. The annual prize marks accomplishments in scientific           Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   fields not covered by the Nobel Prizes in science, which the academy also selects. Professor
   Woese, was honored for ―his discovery of a third domain of life.‖
   Nick Holonyak Jr., a John Bardeen Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and
   Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, was selected as the 2003 recipient of
   the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Medal of Honor. The award recognizes
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Holonyak "for a career of pioneering contributions to semiconductors, including the growth of
   semiconductor alloys and heterojunctions, and to visible light-emitting diodes and injection
   lasers."
   Professor Holonyak also was selected as the 2004 recipient of the $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize
   – the world's largest single cash prize for invention. The prize is awarded annually to an
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   individual who demonstrates remarkable inventiveness and creativity and proven commitment to
   inspiring others.
   Clerical workers contract                                                                             Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries   4/7/2005    Inside Illinois
   For FY 07 total revenues will increase by 6%. There was discussion of the level of compensation
   for faculty and staff, and the need to set longer-term targets for where the university wants to be
                                                                                                         Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries   9/7/2006    Senate Minutes
   in terms of competitive salaries, as opposed to merely year-to-year planning. The first year of
   President White‘s 5/$500 plan achieved its targets.
   Visiting ac pros form union                                                                           Faculty and Staff    Rewards and Salaries   2/15/2007   Inside Illinois
   02/14/05-09 The Chancellor presented for Second Reading and Action SP.04.03*, Revisions to
   the Statutes, Articles IX and X, to provide optional multi-year contracts, and related dismissal
   procedures, for certain academic staff. Senator Joseph Finnerty (BUS), Chair of the Senate            Faculty and Staff                           2/14/2005   Senate Minutes
   Committee on University Statutes and Senate Procedures (USSP), briefly described the
   background of this measure and moved its approval.
   Dedicated the Vernon K. Zimmerman Center for International Education and Research in
                                                                                                         Graduate and
   Accounting and the Vernon K. Zimmerman endowed Chair. The Center serves the academic and
                                                                                                         professional         Curric and Co-Curric   6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   professional communities through leadership in international accountancy, business research and
                                                                                                         Programs
   educational support.




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   The Graduate College and the Colleges of Engineering, Veterinary Medicine, Liberal Arts and
   Sciences, and Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences collaborated to establish a        Graduate and
   campus-wide master‘s degree in Bioinformatics. This interdisciplinary degree will provide           professional         Curric Changes             6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   education and training in the evolving field of bioinformatics, lying at the interfaces among       Programs
   biological, chemical, computer, engineering, and medical sciences.
                                                                                                       Graduate and
   Joint Ph.D. program in ChemEng with National University of Singapore                                professional         Curric Changes                         Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       Programs
                                                                                                       Graduate and
   Graduate College studies Ph.D. completion rate                                                      professional         Evaluation                 12/2/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       Programs
                                                                                                       Graduate and
   Doctoral Programs Ranked on scholarly productivity                                                  professional         Evaluation                 2/1/2007    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       Programs
   To provide an intensive professional development experience for teaching assistants, the Division   Graduate and
   of Instructional Development offered both a one day International Teaching Assistant Orientation    professional         Professional Development   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   and a two day All-Campus Teaching Assistant Orientation.                                            Programs
   Strengthened the campus-wide Educational Technologies Board (ETB), by ensuring that
                                                                                                       Supporting
   membership from each participating college had close ties to college-level planning, and charged
                                                                                                       Excellence in        CTE, CITES, T4B            6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   the group to develop strategic planning in several areas.The ETB considered the issues of
                                                                                                       Teaching
   curriculum development and instructional support associated with our eLearning initiatives.

   A year-long Center for Advanced Study (CAS) initiative in Ethnography examined the role of the
   university as institution, knowledge network and data repository. The initiative concluded with     Supporting
   plans to embed the project in the University curriculum. Guest participants included nationally     Excellence in        Curric and Co-Curric       6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   recognized administrators and faculty. A second initiative in Globalization featured                Teaching
   internationally renowned speakers from policy and social sciences.
   ·      Provided coordination for new international curriculum and courses across colleges.In
   response to increasing student demand, the Office of International Program and Studies (IPS)
   worked with faculty in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) to develop several new        Undergraduate
                                                                                                                            Curric Changes             6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   courses for incorporation into the international major in LAS. These new courses provide a          Programs
   venue to expose students to issues of international security and women and gender issues in
   global perspectives.
   Created the International Arts Minor offering a coherent body of coursework for studying other
   societies and cultures. The minor offers a new and rich approach to understanding the social and    Undergraduate
                                                                                                                            Curric Changes             6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   cultural identity of communities around the world; of their core values; and of global social and   Programs
   economic processes that shape cultures.
                                                                                                       Undergraduate
   New model of business school                                                                                             Curric Changes             2/20/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       Programs
                                                                                                       Undergraduate
   Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership Development                                                                       Curric Changes             3/4/2004    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       Programs
                                                                                                       Undergraduate
   Global Studies program in LAS                                                                                            Curric Changes             9/24/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       Programs
                                                                                                       Undergraduate
   Merger of Kinesiology and Community Health                                                                               Curric Changes             11/4/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       Programs
                                                                                                       Undergraduate
   Move Industrial Engineering                                                                                              Curric Changes             10/6/2005   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       Programs
                                                                                                       Undergraduate
   College of Communications admits sophomores                                                                              Curric Changes             1/18/2006   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                       Programs




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   03/27/06-08 Chancellor Herman presented for action EP.06.16*, Merge the Departments of
   Theoretical and Applied Mechanics and of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering and Rename              Undergraduate
                                                                                                                               Curric Changes           3/27/2006   Senate Minutes
   the Combined Department the Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering. Professor                Programs
   Aminmansour summarized the background of this measure; he then moved its approval.
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   Proposed School of Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics                                                                    Curric Changes           5/4/2006    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                          Programs
   The Board approved that the College of Applied Life Studies will be renamed the College of
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   Applied Health Sciences to reflect a greater emphasis on health, wellness, and enhancement of                               Curric Changes           5/11/2006   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                          Programs
   the quality of life.
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   Illinois at the Phillips Collection                                                                                         Curric Changes           5/31/2006   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                          Programs
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   TAM-MIE merger approved amid criticism                                                                                      Curric Changes           6/4/2006    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                          Programs
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   12/04/06-02         EP.07.06*, Formation of the School of Earth, Society, and Environment,                                  Curric Changes           12/4/2006   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                          Programs
   09/27/99-04 EP.99.28*, Proposal for the Formation of a School of Molecular and Cellular                Undergraduate
                                                                                                                               Curric Changes           9/27/2009   Senate Minutes
   Biology in LAS,                                                                                        Programs
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   09/27/99-03 EP.99.27*, Proposal for the Formation of a School of Integrative Biology in LAS,                                Curric Changes           9/27/2009   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                          Programs
   A process for program review has been devised, and is under review by the Urbana-Champaign
   Senate. It is expected that the inaugural reviews under the new system will be conducted in the        Undergraduate
                                                                                                                               Evaluation               5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   next academic year. The process was piloted on two administrative units with the oversight of          Programs
   the Provost.
   The General Education Board (GEB) worked to clarify the foreign language requirement, and
   explored ways that general education can be more responsive to the needs of the students in our
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   rapidly changing world. Consideration was also given to (a) courses that would allow students to                            Evaluation               6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                          Programs
   examine current events and policies and (b) possible ―clustering‖ of courses to educationally
   relevant and cohesive groupings as an alternative to the current long lists of courses.
   Improved the College of Business‘ national ranking by more than 30 positions to a ranking of 23
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   due to new leadership, programs, and investments. Additional improvement is expected in each                                Evaluation               6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                          Programs
   of the next few years.
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   Pathways in Undergraduate Education Committee                                                                               Evaluation               4/5/2007    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                          Programs
   The first CET training workshops were implemented for faculty who want to incorporate
   technology into their courses. Workshops were held this year, for example, on software that can
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   be used to create on-line courses, manage courses, develop quizzes and record grades on-line.                               excellence in teaching   5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                          Programs
   The Education Technology Board ―redesigning the curriculum grant program‖ was implemented
   as well to foster innovation in instruction beyond a single course.

   Completed the establishment of a Teaching Academy in every college providing disciplinebased           Undergraduate
                                                                                                                               excellence in teaching   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   support for the enhancement offaculty teaching skills and mentoringjunior faculty                      Programs
   Developed 15 new Discovery Program Seminars that substantively address global issues. New
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   courses will be offered in Fall 2004 and address a wide range of topics, e.g., international aspects                        excellence in teaching   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                          Programs
   of law, global food systems, and the immigrant experience.
                                                                                                          Undergraduate
   Faculty use podcasting                                                                                                      excellence in teaching   4/6/2006    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                          Programs




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   A campus-wide committee assisted International Programs and Studies staff in the articulation of
   the mission, goals, and strategy of the International Outreach Office, as well as with the
   development of a detailed implementation plan for the next three years. Stakeholders representing   Undergraduate
                                                                                                                            Gen Ed                5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   private citizens, education, government, and civic organizations were also consulted, and their     Programs
   comments and ideas were incorporated into the final document. The plan identifies five strategic
   objectives and a number of specific program actions designed to achieve each objective.
   Implemented for fall 2002 the remaining 1989 revisions to general education by creating the         Undergraduate
                                                                                                                            Gen Ed                6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   needed courses and facilities for the Quantitative Reasoning II requirement                         Programs
     Establish Council on the Enhancement of Undergraduate Education. The Council has been
   established with a charge "to provide a focus for our continued efforts to enhance the overall
   educational experience of our undergraduates, both at the campus and college levels." The results
                                                                                                       Undergraduate
   of the Council's deliberations from the past year have been sent to the Provost as a report that                         outcomes assessment   5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                       Programs
   includes recommendations in areas such as the development of capstone experiences,
   undergraduate research opportunities, international studies and study abroad, and living/learning
   communities.




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   Illinois Ventures                                                                                         entrepreneurship and innovation   Internal funding programs   5/20/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                               Research Park, Incubator,
   Economic development activities reviewed                                                                  entrepreneurship and innovation                               3/7/2002    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                               Entrepreneurship
   Raised 60% of the College of Business‘ goal of $5 million to create the Center for Private Equity
   and Entrepreneurship Finance. Gifts and pledges totaling $1 million were received in FY03 which           entrepreneurship and innovation   Resources and support       6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   have been added to $2 million in gifts previously received from the estate of Stanley C. Golder.
   Assisted the College of Business in securing a $4.5M grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman
                                                                                                             entrepreneurship and innovation                               6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Foundation to establish the Academy of Entrepreneurial Leadership.
   Completed development of and initiated a campus-wide comprehensive training program for
   laboratory animal users and a web-based basic training module for animal users (faculty and               Ethics and Integrity                                          5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   research staff). As of April, over 200 individuals have completed the training program.
   Discussions continue with the University Intellectual Property Committee, researchers, the Council
   of Deans, and the Research Technology Management Office Advisory Committee to clarify
   university policies on intellectual property and related issues. The campus Handbook on Intellectual      Ethics and Integrity                                          5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   Property was published and distributed widely. The handbook is also available on-line at the
   Research Technology Management Office‘s website.
   ·        Improvements in administration of human subjects‘ research.Implemented the
   recommendations of our internal auditors following the Annual Institutional Review Board Audit.
   Hired a Project Coordinator to (1) address new federal regulations and (2) work with faculty on           Ethics and Integrity                                          6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   research compliance issues such as the submission of human subjects‘ protocols and faculty/staff
   training concerning responsible research conduct.
   Developed an on-line educational module in ethics of human subject research in compliance with
   new federal requirements. This module is intended to meet basic training requirements for
                                                                                                             Ethics and Integrity                                          6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   investigators who receive federal research funding involving human subjects; it is available to
   faculty, research staff and students at http://www.uiuc.edu/unit/vcres/irb/moduleindex.htm

   Achieved campus-wide accreditation by the Association for the Assessment and Accreditation of
   Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC). The campus-wide accreditation includes all biomedical and
   agricultural research animal programs and facilities on or affiliated with the UIUC campus.
                                                                                                             Ethics and Integrity                                          6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   AAALAC accreditation is required by many agencies that fund research involving animals.Received
   and implemented, with the Division of Animal Resources and the Institutional Animal Care and Use
   Committee (IACUC), recommendations to assess the use of animals in instruction.
   Provided individualized methodology classes and training sessions for faculty and staff on the use of
   human subjects in research. The Institutional Review Board (IRE) member handbook was also
                                                                                                             Ethics and Integrity                                          6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   revised and the IRE Website was updated for easy accessibility. The Handbookfor Investigators is
   being updated and converted to an electronic format
   Increased educational efforts with respect to academic integrity in research. Presented seminars on
                                                                                                             Ethics and Integrity                                          6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   research ethics in the Colleges of Engineering, Fine and Applied Arts, ACES and CBA

   The Human Subject Policy Conference examined how the creep of human subject protection
   regulations has at times set faculty from the humanities and social sciences on a collision course with
                                                                                                             Ethics and Integrity                                          6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   campus Institutional Review Boards. Urbana faculty from a number of units participated in this 2-
   day event that featured faculty and representatives from other universities and federal offices.
   The Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviewed and processed an increasing number of human
   subject research and teaching projects. The total number of cases handled by the central IRB for          Ethics and Integrity                                          6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   FY03 is projected to be at an all time high of 835 cases.




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   An IRB Faculty Study Group provided review and recommendations for all aspects of IRB
   operations and guidelines. In addition, an audit of the IRB was completed by University Audits. An       Ethics and Integrity                                       6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   OVCR audit of eleven departmental IRB committees was also completed.
   Increased educational efforts in research ethics (particularly with respect to human subject research)
   including individualized methodology classes and training sessions to colleges, departments and
                                                                                                            Ethics and Integrity                                       6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   specific courses. Ethics training was webcast to participants in the campus‘ STC Center for
   Advanced Materials for the Purification of Water with Systems.
   Centralized the management of campus laboratory animal facilities, with all five locations now
   reporting to the Division of Animal Resources (DAR) under the Vice Chancellor for Research.              Ethics and Integrity                                       6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Searches are underway for two professional support staff and a new DAR Director.
   Developed and implemented plans for health care for agricultural animals under the oversight of a
                                                                                                            Ethics and Integrity                                       6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   new attending veterinarian for agricultural animals.
   Implemented a voluntary medical screening program for animal users administered by McKinley
   Health Center. This program complements the UIUC Plan for Occupational Health and Safety in the          Ethics and Integrity                                       6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Care and Use of Research and Teaching Animals.
   Implemented program revisions to improve protocol review procedures and documentation of
   Institutional Review Board (IRB) actions. These steps improved the University‘s compliance with          Ethics and Integrity                                       6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   regulatory requirements.
   Developed a staffing plan for the Institutional Review Board (IRB) in response to the increase in the
                                                                                                            Ethics and Integrity                                       6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   number of protocol reviews. Two professional staff and one clerical staff member are being added.
   The Division for Research Safety (DRS) initiated efforts to promote an awareness of research safety
   and compliance requirements by several means, including preparation of DRS informational
   brochures, distribution of informational material via campus mail, general notices via e-week,           Ethics and Integrity                                       6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   updates of web site, announcement of Director meetings with Deans and Department Heads, and one-
   on-one meetings and education by DRS staff with PIs.
   The American Society of Landscape Architects has recognized the University of Illinois for
   outstanding achievement in this field over the last 100 years. We were one of 10-12 universities so      faculty and student research   Energy and Environment      11/1/1999   Senate Minutes
   honored, which makes the recognition all the more rewarding.
   ·     Funded proposals through the Critical Research Initiatives (CRI) Program.From a submission
   pool of 18, seven outstanding proposals were funded from the areas of Engineering, Agricultural
   Consumer and Environmental Sciences, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Fine and Applied Arts. This          faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   program provides nearly $1 million in research funding each year to support, especially innovative
   research efforts that may qualify for subsequent external funding.

   Awarded a total of $3.51 million on requests to the Research Board that exceeded $6.78 million. In
   FY2001 the Research Board received 388 requests and 70% of the applications were awarded either
   in full or in part. Included in the awards were more than 358 semesters of research assistant
                                                                                                            faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   appointments; Research Board funding is an important component of support for graduate programs
   on campus. Administered the FY00 State Matching Funds Program that Brought an additional
   $3.033 million in state funds to the campus to help support research.
   Cross-campus initiatives                                                                                 faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   3/7/2002    Inside Illinois
   Expanded NCSA's Faculty Fellows Program by 50%. A total of 16 proposals were reviewed from 19
   faculty members and 15 departments. The program is designed to advance collaboration between             faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
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   The Critical Research Initiative Program, which has served as a precursor to significant externally
   funded research, awarded eight on-campus grants including: (1) Tissue Engineering the Next
   Generation ofHuman Skin Replacement, (2) Kent Choquette (ECE)Silicon- Based Optoelectronic
   Circuits, (3) Mark Hasegawa (Beckman Institutei-JohnsonProsody in Speech Recognition, (4)
   Interdisciplinary Postgenomic Approach to the Design of Specific Antimicrobial Drugs, (5) Next
                                                                                                          faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   6/20/2002    Chancellor's annual report
   Generation ofUltrabright Nanorganic Markersfor Ultrasensitive Fluorescence Analysis in Living
   Cells, (6) Creating Immortalized Stem Cell Lines, (7) Modernism in the Celtic and Harlem
   Renaissances, and (8) Center for Restoration Ecology. To date faculty who have been principal
   investigators on $7 million of CRI grants have leveraged over $38 million in federal grants based on
   their CRI research projects

   Aided faculty in leveraging federal grants by providing 30% of the required match on federal grants
   and up to 50% in especially meritorious cases. Matching funds are provided when required by the
   funding agency; when the review process for the grant proposal is competitive; and when the grant is
                                                                                                          faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   6/20/2002    Chancellor's annual report
   for research. The state matching funds program has continued to be highly successful in generating
   research funds. Over $2.9 million will be returned to our campus for the FYOI program, provided
   we have expenditures to match. We have been allocated $2.8 million for FY02
   • Supported interdisciplinary research; examples include: Supported a campus-wide dialogue, Cross-
   Campus Initiatives Retreat: Positioning the Campus for the Future, which focused broadly on four
   new initiatives as a springboard for further discussion: 1) biotechnologylbioengineering in a nano
   world, 2) the humanities in a globalizing world, 3) American institutions in a demographically-
   changing world, and 4) arts in a technology-intensive world. More than 200 faculty and                 faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   6/20/2002    Chancellor's annual report
   administrators from across campus participated in the retreat. The recent and successful Post
   Genomics Initiative served as an example for.consideration of additional cross-campus initiatives.
   Working groups are being formed to further develop programmatic possibilities around these cross-
   campus initiatives
   Aided faculty in leveraging federal grants by providing 30% of the required match on federal grants,
   and up to 50% in especially meritorious cases. The state matching funds program has continued to       faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   6/17/2003    Chancellor's annual report
   be highly successful in generating research funds with $2,800,057 received last year.
   The Ethnography of the University (EOTU), a new initiative for AY03-04 is an ambitious and
   imaginative effort to infuse research into the undergraduate curriculum by sponsoring undergraduate
   research on the university itself. During AY03-04, the Office of the Chancellor commissioned
                                                                                                          faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   6/18/2004    Chancellor's annual report
   EOTU to conduct an ethnographic study of the 2003-04 Brown v. Board of Education Jubilee
   Commemoration on our campus, and EOTU is also meeting with other groups interested in having
   EOTU students conduct research on their activities.
   The Center for Advanced Study (CAS) continues to function as primary facilitator of the Cross-
   Campus Initiatives. CAS hosted 14 meetings of the various steering groups. The Ethnography of
   the University was formally included in the roster of the CCI. Many of these Initiatives are now in
   discussions with foundations, private corporations and governmental agencies that are interested in    faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   6/18/2004    Chancellor's annual report
   participating in their work and helping to underwrite them financially. A logo was developed
   through a student logo design contest providing a formal visual identity for all materials used to
   promote the Initiatives.
   Research Board reviewed                                                                                faculty and student research   Internal funding programs   4/5/2007     Inside Illinois
   At UIUC microbiologist Carl R. Woese was named winner of the National Medal of Science. UIUC
                                                                                                          faculty and student research                               1/17/2001    Senate Minutes
   faculty have received more Medals than any other CIC school.
   Senate committee on research policy                                                                    faculty and student research                               4/5/2001     Inside Illinois
   Nobel Prizes to 2 UI faculty                                                                           faculty and student research                               10/16/2003   Inside Illinois
   Crafood Prize to Woese                                                                                 faculty and student research                               10/16/2003   Inside Illinois




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   The MacArthur Foundation has awarded $1.35M to the Arms Control, Disarmament and
   International Security program. This grant will be used to support a three-year program of
                                                                                                             faculty and student research                               6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   interdisciplinary research and teaching on science, technology and security policies in the United
   States.
   Secured a $5M pledge to endow the Center for the Study of Democratic Governance in the
                                                                                                             faculty and student research                               6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Department of Political Science.
   Worked with the University‘s Intellectual Property Committee to review ownership issues involving
   students‘ classroom work that is patentable, courseware issues, and the University‘s sovereign
                                                                                                             Intellectual propery                                       6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   immunity position. Established an Intellectual Property Study Group to develop an intellectual
   property policy in light of explosive growth in the use of electronic learning materials in courses.
   The Office of Research Administration (ORA) drafted, reviewed and negotiated 138 sponsored and
   collaborative research agreements, 113 material transfer agreements, 56 non-disclosure agreements,        Intellectual propery                                       6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   24 software licenses and 13 other agreements in FY03.
   Several recommendations from the Research Board Review Committee have been implemented,
   including incremental increases for awards through the Scholars‘ Travel Fund, improved support for        Resources and support          Internal funding programs   5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   Humanities Research awards, and an increased maximum amount for Research Board awards.

   The State Matching Funds Pool ($4.5M) was established to help with meeting the matching funds
   need of interdisciplinary projects. Funds in this account are also being used in the first year of this   Resources and support          Internal funding programs   5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   program to help support faculty start-up packages in biotechnology and information technology.
   The Campus Research Board received 251 funding requests totaling $4.3M, and awarded $1.9M to
   support 169 research projects, a 12% decrease in the funding requests compared with last year.
   However, it should be noted that the number of applications submitted during AY03 was a
                                                                                                             Resources and support          Internal funding programs   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   significant increase over normal levels (approximately 18% more than any other period in the past 15
   years). The application levels experienced so far in FY05 are much more in line with the typical
   averages.
   Increased the membership of the Research Board from nine to 12 during AY04 providing more in-
   depth reviews and to address the significant increase in applications from the areas of Fine and          Resources and support          Internal funding programs   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Applied Arts, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Business.
   Processed 421 Scholars‘ Travel Fund requests through April 2004, and awarded $325,000 to faculty
   and graduate students. This funding level is a 2% increase over last year. Eligibility for an             Resources and support          Internal funding programs   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   expanded number of departments and units was also implemented.
   The state matching funds program has continued to be highly successful in generating research
   funds. An amount of $2,556,024 will be returned to our campus for the FY03 program, provided we
                                                                                                             Resources and support          Internal funding programs   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   have expenditures to match. We have been allocated $2,356,079 for FY04. Given recent budget
   reductions, these funds are valuable in positioning the campus to obtain federal grant funds.
   Eligibility for the Humanities Released Time Program was expanded by ten departments or units to
                                                                                                             Resources and support          Internal funding programs   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   address the overall demand for this funding.
   Supported campus-wide Genomic and Proteomic Research through the Biotechnology Center (BTC)
   by providing faculty services such as cutting edge molecular technology and skilled researchers.
   Over 200 faculty investigators utilized the BTC services in DNA and protein science. Fiscal Year          Resources and support          Internal funding programs   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   2003 revenue from BTC services was slightly over $2M, an increase of approximately $300,000
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   Selected eight faculty members to participate in the 2003-2004 NCSA/UIUC Faculty Fellows
   program. This program extends opportunities in advanced computing and information technology to
   faculty on the U of I campus, including financial support; access to NCSA's high performance            Resources and support      Internal funding programs   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   computers, visualization, and virtual reality environments; and opportunities to collaborate with
   colleagues both at NCSA and at National Computational Science Alliance partner sites.
   Expanded the Research Board program to upgrade the operation and procedures of the Research
   Board to electronic means. Instituted an electronic submission of applications, award notification
   and custom unit reporting capabilities. In the first two months of operation, and without significant
                                                                                                           Resources and support      Internal funding programs   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   promotion, over 50% of the applications were submitted electronically, reducing costs and
   increasing staff efficiency, tracking of awards, and overall responsiveness to faculty and department
   needs.
   Spearheaded the development and support of National Resource Centers (NRCs) in international
   area studies. In the past two years the University of Illinois has been awarded 7 NRCs, six of which
                                                         th
   were awarded (or renewed) in 2003, now ranking 4 in the U.S. in terms of the number of NRCs on
   campus. Our NRCs are: the Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies Center (REEEC),                   Resources and support                                  6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   European Union Center (EUC), African Studies Center (ASC), Center for Global Studies (CGS),
   Center for International Business Education Research (CIBER), Center for Latin American and
   Caribbean Studies (CLACS), and Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies (CEAP) –
   undergraduate.
   Energy Biosciences Institute, funded by BP; in conjunction with UC-Berkeley                             responding to the future   Energy and Env              2/1/2007    Inside Illinois
   Disability Research Insitute formed                                                                     responding to the future   Health                      4/19/2001   Inside Illinois
   Created a categorization of all faculty working in biological imaging, and developed a website that
                                                                                                           responding to the future   Health                      6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   provides links to faculty websites, research resources, educational programs and campus events.

   The University officially filed for trademark protection for the name: PharmaEngineering™.              responding to the future   Health                      6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   The cell as a micro-machine. Developed strategic partnerships with foundations in support of
   research. Examples include a $1.9M grant from the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust. Established a
                                                                                                           responding to the future   Health                      6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Packard Faculty Fellow who will receive $625,000 over five years to study Better Understanding
   Through Better Measurement: Spectrometric Protein Analysis.
   Received $141,000 from Deere and Company in support of the Food Security Initiative. An
                                                                                                           responding to the future   Health                      6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   additional $250,000 is anticipated from Deere in AY05 and AY06.


   Integrated Bioprocessing Rsearch Lb                                                                     responding to the future   Health                      7/20/2006   Inside Illinois


   The Biotechnology Council was appointed by the Provost and is chaired currently by the Vice
   Chancellor for Research. A program statement for a Postgenomic Institute building was developed
   and siting for the building has been recommended to the Board of Trustees; planning funds for the
   project were provided in the FY01 State budget. The Biotechnology Council continues its work on         responding to the future   Health Initiative           5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   the programmatic aspects. Faculty recruitment and hiring recommendations for the Postgenomic
   Biotechnology Initiative have been sent to the Provost. Initial offers to new faculty under this
   program have been extended.
   Under the auspices of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research (OVCR), two conferences
   were planned and delivered. The Biotechnology Workforce and Research Conference brought
   together representatives from eight national corporations as well as UIUC senior faculty and            responding to the future   Health Initiative           6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   administrators. The second conference, the ―Federal Research Funding Priorities 2001‖ Conference,
   brought together UIUC faculty with program directors from a variety of federal agencies.




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   Completed program plans and selected a Director for the Post-Genomics Institute (PGI). The
   Provost and Vice Chancellor for Research made a commitment to fill 18 new faculty positions in
   biotechnology through the Post-Genomic Initiative. Funding for these positions is being provided         responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   by the State of Illinois‘ VentureTECH Program. Searches are under way to identify outstanding
   faculty to fill these positions.
   Allocated an additional $130,000 on a recurring basis to fund professional positions in the W.M.
   Keck Center for Comparative and Functional Genomics. The Center will become a program of the             responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   Post-Genomic Institute.
   The Biotechnology Center raised more than $944,000 in revenues in FY00, a 52% increase over the
   previous year and exceeding, for the first time, $731,813 recurring state funds. The total budget for
                                                                                                            responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   the Biotechnology Center FY00 was $3.2 million, including non-recurring commitments from the
   OVCR and Provost, grants, revenue and recurring state funds.
   Advanced intercampus (UIC and UIUC) collaborative research in biotechnology through the Inter-
   University Research in Biotechnology competition; this new initiative funded two proposals with          responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   teams of researchers from both UIC and UIUC campus.
   Hired an Associate Director of Corporate Relations for Biotechnology to secure funds for
   biotechnology initiatives. The office continues to find new opportunities to make connections across
                                                                                                            responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   disciplines on campus and focuses attention on a number of specific biotechnology, agricultural,
   chemical and pharmaceutical companies.
   The campus continued planning for a Bioengineering Department within the College of Engineering
   to enhance bioengineering research and teaching both within the proposed new department and
   across campus. Through targeted hiring of core faculty, the new department will provide a focus for
                                                                                                            responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   development of critically important research with an emphasis on applications to biomedicine.
   Affiliate faculty (with primary appointments in other departments) will connect bioengineering
   graduate students with faculty mentors across the campus
   A Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, jointly sponsored by the Urbana and Chicago campuses and
   the Vice President for Economic Development and Corporate Relations brought together over 100            responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   researchers with common research and instructional interests
   The Resident Studies Program of the Center for Advanced Study sponsored interdisciplinary
   initiatives that brought faculty, staff and students from across campus together to participate in The
   New Biology: Issues and Opportunities, and Ethnography ofthe University ofIllinois The                   responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   Interdisciplinary program, Who Gets What? The Interactions ofHealth and Social Welfare Policies is
   planned for next year
   Established, through the Biotechnology Center, annual awards recognizing the outstanding doctoral
   students in biotechnology. The first awards will be presented at the Biotechnology Job Fair in           responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   January 2003
   Awarded a total of $450,000 to two Inter-campus Research Initiatives in Biotechnology (IRIB)
   involving faculty collaborators from the Urbana and Chicago campus'. These initiatives are: Rational
   Design and Fabrication ofMicropore and Nanopore Biomimetic Scaffolds Seeded with Mesenchymal             responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   Stem Cells for Tissue-Engineered Skeletal Regeneration and High-Resolution Spatio-temporal
   Functional Neuroimaging ofCognitive Processes
   The Biotechnology Center experienced a sharp increase in high-throughput sequencing and micro-
   array services at the W.M. Keck Center, significant research growth at both the lnununological
                                                                                                            responding to the future   Health Initiative   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   Resources Center and the Protein Sciences Facility, and enhanced instrument support for research at
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   Additional gifts and grants in the biotechnology arena were secured through significant relationships
   with major corporations including a $1 million grant from Pfizer for research in bioinformatics. A
   partnership with Motorola Life Science resulted in a pre-proposal to the Secretary of Health and
   Human Services to develop a detection device for biological weapons. A full proposal for this $3.7       responding to the future   Health Initiative         6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   million a year, five year, project will be prepared during summer 2002. In addition, discussions
   focusing on biotechnology are currently under way with additional corporations, including Baxter
   and Eli Lilly
   Further development ofthe Post Genomics Institute (PGI) program continued to move ahead with the
   hiring of five key faculty and active recruiting of an additional 13 faculty. The PGI building design
   was approved and bids were accepted. Remodeling is under way to acconunodate the five new                responding to the future   Health Initiative         6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   faculty hires with $17 million in start-up and remodeling funds contributed by the campus, colleges
   and departments
   Ordered two new, state-of-the-art magnetic resonance imaging systems for the Biomedical Magnetic
   Resonance Facility to support a wide variety of research including cognitive neuroscience studies of
   normal and abnormal human brain function, characterizations ofnew compounds used in                      responding to the future   Health Initiative         6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   pharmaceutical research and materials science and engineering and tracking of diseased tissue
   changes in human and veterinary patients
   Plans were completed for moving the oversight of the Biomedical Magnetic Resonance Facility from
                                                                                                            responding to the future   Health Initiative         6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   the Office ofthe Vice Chancellor for Research to the Beckman Institute
   Early Childhood and Parenting Collaborative formed                                                       responding to the future   Health Initiative         4/1/2003    Inside Illinois
   Experienced significant changes in the process for biological research project review with faculty
   committee members becoming more directly involved in reviewing higher risk projects. This
                                                                                                            responding to the future   Health Initiative         6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   process provides more appropriate technical expertise, peer review and oversight, which has a direct
   impact on safety and compliance.
   The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded over $700,000 to support the College of Applied
   Life Studies efforts to lead a national response to The National Blueprint: Increasing Physical          responding to the future   Health Initiative         6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Activity Among Adults Age 50 and Older.
   Funded an incentive grant program designed to facilitate faculty submitting new major grant
   applications to government or private sources for the study of gerontological issues. Eight incentive    responding to the future   Health Initiative         6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   grants of $10K each were awarded.
   The Pew Trusts solicited a $6M proposal from the School of Social Work for moving children in
   foster care to safe, permanent families. The proposal addresses two problems: (1) federal financing
   incentives that favor foster care over other services and options and (2) lack of consistent state and   responding to the future   Health Initiative         6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   local court tracking of the cases of children in foster care. The proposal has been favorably
   reviewed and a grant commitment is expected to be made before the end of the fiscal year.
   Appointed 31 faculty and 35 affiliate faculty to the IGB, representing 25 academic units on campus.
   Five (of seven) research themes in the Institute for Genomic Biology (IGB) have been selected.
   These include Biocomplexity, Genomic Ecology of Global Change, Genomics of Neural and                    responding to the future   Health Initiative         6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Behavioral Plasticity, Mining Microbial Genomes for Novel Antibiotics and Regenerative Biology
   and Tissue engineering.
   Institute for Genomic Biology opens                                                                      responding to the future   Health Initiative         2/15/2007   Inside Illinois
   The Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH) brought to campus, prominent external
   Faculty Fellows and sponsored a wide variety of seminars and colloquia with other campus units. In
   addition, a seminar and annual conference were hosted around the research theme: The Means               responding to the future   Humanities and the Arts   6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   ofReproduction; that program addressed technological, representational and biological forms of
   reproduction as they contribute to the making of life forms, culture and social collectivities




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   The Humanities Initiative was awarded a $1.25M Mellon Foundation grant to create a Mellon
   Faculty Fellows Program where faculty will be engaged in transforming the teaching and research
                                                                                                           responding to the future   Humanities and the Arts     6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   initiatives in the departments of anthropology, comparative literature, English and history. Mellon
   Post-Doctoral Fellows and Mellon Humanities conferences will also be supported on campus.
   A $390,000 grant was received from the Mellon Foundation for the Music Information Retrieval and
                                                                                                           responding to the future   Humanities and the Arts     6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Music Digital Library project.
   Cosponsored a three-day symposium, "Beyond Productivity," which focused on the importance of
   creative practices to the sciences and technology. The symposium was part of a response to the
   National Research Council Report, "Beyond Productivity: Information Technology, Innovation, And
   Creativity." The report argues that information technology is forming a powerful alliance with
                                                                                                           responding to the future   Humanities and the Arts     6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   creative practices in the arts and design to establish an exciting new domain. During the symposium,
   campus leaders in the arts, technology, sciences, and humanities met with guests from across the
   country to explore the possibilities and opportunities for connecting the humanities, the fine and
   applied arts, science and technology.
   Computing and the Arts                                                                                  responding to the future   Humanities and the Arts     9/1/2005    Inside Illinois
   The University of Illinois, home to one of the world‘s biggest libraries, the nation‘s top-ranked
   library and information school, a nascent Center for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social                                                                             Inside Illinois/News
                                                                                                           responding to the future   Humanities and the Arts     5/9/2007
   Sciences, a supercomputing center and key scholars, is poised to become a leader in the effort to                                                                          Bureau
   ―digitize the humanities.‖
   Supported development ofnew initiatives and programs in nanotechnology, including renaming of the
   Microelectronics Laboratory to the Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory The laboratory's
   expanded mission is to create, support, and sustain an environment that facilitates advanced research
                                                                                                           responding to the future   Informatics                 6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   not only in photonics and microelectronics, but biotechnology and nanotechnology, as well. It also
   encompasses bioinformatics which interfaces Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science with
   Molecular Biology toward the goal of organizing, analyzing and modeling biological information
   Daniel A. Reed, director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), was
   appointed to the President's Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC). The members
   of PITAC provide President Bush with expert, independent advice on maintaining America's
                                                                                                           responding to the future   Informatics                 6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   preeminence in advanced information technologies, including such key elements of the national IT
   infrastructure as high-performance computing, large-scale networking, and high-assurance software
   and systems design.
   Digital Book archive                                                                                    responding to the future   Informatics                 2/20/2007   Inside Illinois
   Center on Democracy in a Multiracial Society. This unique research institute is organized around a
   commitment to the practice of democracy and equality within a changing multiracial U.S. society.        responding to the future   Internal funding programs   6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Sought support from the Ford Foundation and received a $150,000 grant for the Center.

   A developer was selected and development agreement completed for the University of Illinois
   Research Park (South Center). The first two buildings are under construction. This multi-faceted
   project has involved significant efforts from many areas of campus in several tasks: declaration of
   covenants and ground lease with the developer, negotiation of an annexation agreement and                                          Research Park, Incubator,
                                                                                                           Tech Transfer                                          5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   economic incentives with the City of Champaign, formation of a limited liability company to oversee                                Entrepreneurship
   the activities of the research park, planning and oversight of construction for buildings and utility
   infrastructure, planning of marketing efforts, negotiation of a two-year lease with Motorola, and on-
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   The campus also participated in the development of the At the Crossroads document submitted
   through the President and the Board of Trustees to the Governor and legislative leaders on economic
   development investment in information technology (NCSA) and biotechnology (Post Genomics
                                                                                                                            Research Park, Incubator,
   Institute), including the development of an incubator for start-up companies. In addition to the Post   Tech Transfer                                5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                            Entrepreneurship
   Genomics Institute, the State has provided planning funds for an NCSA building and the incubator.
   A proposal also has been developed for the presence of the University of Illinois in a DuPage
   County research and technology park.

   Created the second annual report of research funding and technology transfer data for distribution on
   and off campus. The leading funding agencies on the Urbana-Champaign campus are the National
   Science Foundation with FY00 research expenditures totaling $76.6 million, the Department of
                                                                                                                            Research Park, Incubator,
   Defense with $36 million, the Department of Health and Human Services with $34.6 million, and the       Tech Transfer                                6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                            Entrepreneurship
   Department of Energy with $22 million. Since 1995, UIUC has worked with 34 start-up companies
   placing it, according to the Association of University Technology Managers, among the top 20
   public universities in licensing income and patents in FY98.

   Completed negotiations with the developer of the Research Park. Rapid building progress occurred.
   Motorola moved into a new 75,000 square foot facility in the South Center of the Research Park. In
                                                                                                                            Research Park, Incubator,
   addition, two multi-tenant buildings were completed, the first, a 63,000 square foot facility is        Tech Transfer                                6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                            Entrepreneurship
   occupied with both campus (NCSA) and corporate (SAIC, Phonak, Caterpillar) units. Occupancy of
   the second multi-tenant 64,000 square foot facility is currently being negotiated.
   Received design approval from the Board of Trustees for the University of Illinois at Urbana-
   Champaign Incubator. This 45,000 square foot facility will house over 40 new start-up companies.                         Research Park, Incubator,
                                                                                                           Tech Transfer                                6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   Groundbreaking is scheduled to occur in the summer of 2001 with completion anticipated in the                            Entrepreneurship
   spring or summer of 2002.
   As part of the ongoing effort to market the Research Park and Incubator, over 250 individual
   contacts were made with University faculty, administration and local business people to establish a
                                                                                                                            Research Park, Incubator,
   resource base for the Research Parks and Incubator. Initial support for the initiative was built upon   Tech Transfer                                6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                            Entrepreneurship
   27 presentations on the Research Park and Incubator to university, civic, government, alumni and
   public service groups.
   Corporate visits regarding the Research Park were made to Intel, Hewlett-Packard, Aventis, Pig
   Improvement Company, Archer Daniels Midland, Honeywell/G. E., and Siemens. Hosted campus                                 Research Park, Incubator,
                                                                                                           Tech Transfer                                6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   visits for Cargill, Sun Microsystems, Intel, Kennametal, South Chicago Alliance, Siemens, Archer                         Entrepreneurship
   Daniels Midland and Abbott Labs.
   Completed the development of over 200,000 square feet of space in three facilities in the University
   Research Park. Constructed two multi-tenant buildings comprised of 128,000 square feet of space
                                                                                                                            Research Park, Incubator,
   occupied by 10 tenants and 430 employees (85 ofwhom are University of Illinois students). Less          Tech Transfer                                6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                            Entrepreneurship
   than 11,000 square feet remain available for lease. Ground was broken for the incubator facility
   which has an estimated opening date of November 2002
   Continued development of the Research Park currently comprised of four buildings (246,000 gsf)
   and 24.5 acres. With only 925 sf remaining for lease in the first two multi-tenant buildings, the
   Research Park is 99% leased to 26 tenants. The incubator, Enterprise Works, was 40% leased to ten                        Research Park, Incubator,
                                                                                                           Tech Transfer                                6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   tenants when it opened in May, 2003. Additionally, a fifth 64,000 gsf building is under construction                     Entrepreneurship
   with a July 2003 completion anticipated. Employment in the Research Park has grown from 326
   employees at the end of FY 01 to 629 employees today, including 116 student interns.
   OTM established a productive relationship with Illinois Venture that resulted in 27 projects at                          Research Park, Incubator,
                                                                                                           Tech Transfer                                6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
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   Continued development of the Research Park with 323,000 sq ft of rentable space in four Research
   Park multi-tenant buildings, EnterpriseWorks, and the Technology Commercialization Lab. Thirty-
                                                                                                                            Research Park, Incubator,
   nine (39) companies are renting space in the Research Park, ranging from startup companies (27) to      Tech Transfer                                6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                            Entrepreneurship
   corporations such as Caterpillar, Motorola, and SAIC. Tenants in the Park provide jobs for 764
   employees, which includes over 100 University student internships at any given time.
   EnterpriseWorks continued to attract new firms. The facility currently houses 23 companies, with
   76% of available space leased. These companies employ 126 people and 13 student interns. Four of
                                                                                                                            Research Park, Incubator,
   them have received funding from Illinois Ventures ($269,000 total). Together they received nearly       Tech Transfer                                6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
                                                                                                                            Entrepreneurship
   $7M in venture capital and $1.6M in grant funding in 2003. Company sales in 2003 totaled
   $985,000.
   The Technology Management Office Business and Recovery Plan was completed and submitted to
   the Vice Chancellor for Research. This plan, which will be implemented in AY2001-2002, calls for
   streamlined procedures and additional staff to improve campus technology transfer responsibilities.
   This plan to date has led to the appointment of an Interim Director for the Technology Management
   Office (TMO) and the hiring, jointly with College of Agricultural Consumer, and Environmental           Tech Transfer                                6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   Science (ACES), of an additional Technology Transfer Specialist.Following a recommendation in
   the Technology Management Office Recovery Plan, the Research and Technology Management
   Office was separated into the Technology Management Office (TMO) and the Office of Research
   Administration (ORA).

   Instituted the Portfolio Project which organized, screened and prioritized 732 backlog technologies;
   150 ofthese technologies were selected for active management and 100 for targeted or internet           Tech Transfer                                6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   marketing. Developed and completed a license compliance review involving 486 agreements
   Reorganized the Office of Technology Management, adding 10 new full time staff members and six
   part time staff, and developed and implemented a systematic process for technology analysis with
                                                                                                           Tech Transfer                                6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   established satellite offices in the colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Agricultural, Consumer
   and Environmental Sciences
   NCSA continues to participate in University efforts and manage The Training, Research, Education
   and Commercialization Center (TRECC) at DuPage County, bringing together expertise,
   opportunities and facilities to make federally funded research and development more available for       Tech Transfer                                6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   commercialization, and to showcase emerging education, information and collaboration
   technologies.
   Secured $700,000 in grants from the Grainger Foundation for the Grainger Program in Emerging
   Technologies. This program is designed to increase awareness among faculty and students of how
                                                                                                           Tech Transfer                                6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   new developments in engineering science and technology can create commercially viable products
   and services.
   The Office of Technology Management (OTM) is realizing the benefits of the revitalized
   infrastructure and processes that the University put in place to support technology transfer and
   commercialization. The OTM currently has 750 technologies in its portfolio, with 250 of those in
   active marketing phases. Sixty-five suites of technologies have been identified as having top tier      Tech Transfer                                6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   potential. 146 disclosures of new technologies were made in FY03; 85 to date in FY04. 56 licenses
   and options were issued in FY03; 39 to date in FY04. Gross licensing revenue was $5.1M in FY03;
   $2.5M in FY04 to date.
   Signed seven licenses to new start-ups to date in FY2004, surpassing the total number for FY2003.
   Notable among the pending start-up licenses currently in negotiation is Moire, based on the D2K
   technology out of NCSA. This start-up has external funding and Fortune 100 alpha customers              Tech Transfer                                6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   already in place and seems poised for significant success. Since its opening, 11 EnterpriseWorks
   tenant companies have licensed University of Illinois intellectual property.




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   Led a multi-institution collaboration of a $10 million effort to build a national virtual engineering
   laboratory, or "collaboratory," for designing earthquake-safe structures. As part of NSF‘s Network
   for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) project, the integrated NEES network will link             university research relationships   Energy and Environment      6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   earthquake engineering research sites across the country, provide data storage facilities and
   repositories, and offer remote access to the latest research tools.
   ·      Faculty from the Colleges of Engineering, ACES and ALS collaborated with John Deere
   executives and members of the Food Security Initiative to develop food security research proposals      university research relationships   Health Initiative           6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   to the John Deere Company and several federal agencies.
   NCSA and the College of Engineering have joined with the Hewlett-Packard Company and other
   leading research institutions to operate the Gelato Federation, a worldwide consortium focused on
   enabling open source Linux-based Intel® Itanium(tm) Processor Family computing. NCSA is the
   Gelato lead for portal development, clusters and scalability. The aim of the Federation is to           university research relationships   Informatics                 6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   encourage collaboration on development, and effectively disseminate software used to configure,
   operate and use clusters. NCSA's OSCAR cluster software package is the basis of a Gelato "Gold"
   cluster software release that is now in testing and preparation.

   Made progress at the Research Park in new design simulation areas for Caterpillar. This program is
   grooming future engineers and software programmers for CAT's workforce. Caterpillar has cost-
   effectively employed up to 50 talented student interns working with experienced CAT engineer                                                Research Park, Incubator,
                                                                                                           university research relationships                               6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   mentors who orient these interns to CAT's design processes. This relationship between CAT and the                                           Entrepreneurship
   University is pioneering a new product development model for CAT that has set a new standard
   within the corporation for how to infuse innovation in the design process.
   Held an initial meeting for the ―Chicago Corporate Initiative‖ with representatives from several
                                                                                                           university research relationships   Resources and support       6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   campus units interested in enhancing corporate relationships in the Chicago area.

   Much progress has been made to ensure research linkage agreements are reviewed by appropriate
   campus authorities and kept in a current data base. There are over 240 agreements with institutions
   in other countries. About 20 of these agreements are exclusively research oriented. We are now in
   the full implementation phase of the CNRS-UI research linkage program: about 20 faculty and
   advanced graduate students go to France each year from Urbana and we receive an equal number
                                                                                                           university research relationships                               5/31/2000   Chancellor's annual report
   from France annually. New initiatives for research linkages with France are developing in animal and
   plant biotechnology. Research linkages have also been encouraged with the Katholieke Universiteit
   in Leuven, Belgium where we regularly exchange two to three faculty annually. In 1999-2000, 12
   Hewlett Research grants for travel to other countries were awarded to faculty to conduct research
   that extends ongoing programs or initiates new, longer-term efforts.

   Senior R&D executives from life science and agricultural companies presented research seminars on
   campus, met with graduate and undergraduate students to discuss career opportunities and met            university research relationships                               6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   faculty with similar research interests.
   Entered into a collaborative research agreement with AniGenics, a biotech start-up company, in an
                                                                                                           university research relationships                               6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   effort to further technology transfer and develop infrastructure for functional genomics research.




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   International Programs and Studies (IPS) continued to administer the UIUC and the Centre De La
   Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) collaborative research partnership. The University entered into a
   similar collaborative partnership with INRA, the French National Agriculture Research Institute.
   Additional faculty exchange programs coordinated by IPS included those with Katholieke
                                                                                                             university research relationships          6/15/2001   Chancellor's annual report
   Universiteit Leuven, Humboldt University, and Philipps-Universität Marburg. IPS finalized more
   than 45 international exchange agreements and hosted numerous foreign visitors, including Fulbright
   Scholars and delegations from international institutions. IPS also sponsored a semiannual grant
   competition for faculty and staff to support the development of projects overseas.
   Contracts were signed for ongoing research collaborations at NCSA by Allstate, Caterpillar, JP
   Morgan Chase, Kodak and Motorola. These agreements provided over $3 million in project and
                                                                                                             university research relationships          6/20/2002   Chancellor's annual report
   operations support for FY02 and provide opportunities for additional collaboration and funding
   opportunities during the lifetime of the current agreements
   Received a new three-year commitment from the Boeing Company to participate in NCSA‘s Private
   Sector Program (PSP), enabling Boeing research teams to use advanced technologies developed by
   NCSA and its partners. Those technologies include Linux supercomputing clusters, visualization            university research relationships          6/17/2003   Chancellor's annual report
   systems, data mining techniques, grid computing and knowledge management and sharing
   techniques.
   Involved Deere and Company and Bank One in the Brown v. Brown celebration in recognition of
                                                                                                             university research relationships          6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   their corporate sponsorships. Deere provided a second year of support for these activities.
   Continued to develop NCSA‘s International Affiliates Program. The program includes opportunities
   for deployment of new technologies, joint initiatives in infrastructure and applications development,
   demonstrations of grid technologies, and exchanges with affiliated institutions. Affiliates include the
   Kurchatov Institute in Russia, Council for the Central Laboratory of Research Councils (CCLRC) in
   the UK, the Korean Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), the Australian                university research relationships          6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   Partnership for Advanced Computing (APAC), and Laboratório Nacional de Computação Científica
   (LNCC) in Brazil. Relationships are currently in development with National Center for High-
   performance Computing (NCHC) in Taiwan, and the BioInformatics Institute (BII) in Singapore.
   NCSA is also a member of the Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly
   (PRAGMA).


   Hosted nine China Executive Leadership Programs (CELP) with 200 participants (numbers
   significantly reduced because of the SARS outbreak in China). CELP is highly ranked in China and
                                                                                                             university research relationships          6/18/2004   Chancellor's annual report
   provides training in areas such as Finance, Bank Management, International Business Management
   and Public Administration, while expanding into new program areas like Agriculture and Law.




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   he Board reconvened as a committee of the whole to hear the report on the status of women. Trustee Plummer
   presented this report. He first reviewed the process of collecting data. Some of the concerns on the campuses relate
                                                                                                                                Cultural/envir   Campus
   to the tone of comments directed to women faculty, and the fact that these are often personal remarks rather than
                                                                                                                                onmental         Climate       3/7/2001    Senate Minutes
   factual statements. In summarizing the situation at UIUC, Trustee Plummer indicated that the Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                Assets           Initiatives
   Committee on the Status of Women and the Board used different data sets, but that both indicate salary differences
   by gender.
   Positive factors at UIUC were the women in math, science and engineering program, the campus conduct program,
   an increase in women administrators, and an acceptable tenure rate. The recommendations to address these issues
                                                                                                                                Cultural/envir   Campus
   are: - Continue systematic, annual salary equity studies for faculty and staff - Establish an exit interview program
                                                                                                                                onmental         Climate       3/7/2001    Senate Minutes
   for all departing faculty and staff - Encourage mentoring programs, particularly in areas where women are
                                                                                                                                Assets           Initiatives
   underrepresented - Continue or initiate as part of the annual performance assessment process for deans and
   department heads a review of their success in recruiting and retaining women faculty and staff

   Faculty in the Department of Educational Psychology and professional clinicians in the Counseling Center
   collaborated to develop and offer a new course, ―Exploring Diversity‖. This course which is available to all                 Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   students and meets a general education cultural studies requirement, represents a new educational/instructional              onmental         Climate       6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
   approach for helping undergraduates think about issues of class, ethnicity and culture in a diverse society. The             Assets           Initiatives
   course potentially serves as a model for developing additional offerings addressing diversity issues.

   The Beyond Tolerance Group, a subcommittee of the Community Violence Prevention Committee, initiated                         Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   educational discussions, speakers and video programs along with a poster/billboard campaign urging students to               onmental         Climate       6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
   speak out against hate and report instances of intolerance and hate behavior.                                                Assets           Initiatives
   The Community Violence Prevention Committee, appointed by the Dean of Students Office and comprised of
   Student Affairs staff and students involved in violence prevention programs, focused on four themes in 2000-01: (1)          Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   conflict resolution, (2) dating violence, (3) beyond tolerance, (4) and sexual assault prevention. The initiatives of the    onmental         Climate       6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
   Community Violence Prevention Committee during the past year led to a second year of funding for the highly                  Assets           Initiatives
   competitive Illinois Violence Prevention Authority (IVPA) grant.
   Entered into a partnership with the United Way of Champaign County to establish a Success by 6 program for the
   campus and the community. The Chancellor chairs the Leadership Committee, which is comprised of business,                    Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   service, hospital and civic leaders and includes a member of the Board of Trustees. Together, the campus and                 onmental         Climate       6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
   community are developing programs for drop-in and sick child care and will be examining the need for additional              Assets           Initiatives
   services, with the goal of helping to improve the systems that assist children and their families

                                                                                                                                Cultural/envir   Campus
   Established a policy giving faculty primary caregivers release time from teaching for one semester following the                                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                onmental         Climate       6/20/2002
   birth or adoption of a child                                                                                                                                            annual report
                                                                                                                                Assets           Initiatives


                                                                                                                                Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   Initiated a Website for students and others to report incidents of harassment, discrimination and acts of intolerance        onmental         Climate       6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                Assets           Initiatives


                                                                                                                                Cultural/envir   Campus
   The campus Diversity Initiative Planning Committee presented both interim and final reports that included several                                                       Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                onmental         Climate       6/20/2002
   recommendations for improving the campus climate through programs that support cultural diversity                                                                       annual report
                                                                                                                                Assets           Initiatives




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                                                                                                                             Cultural/envir   Campus
   Worked with Illinois Student Government to produce and distribute 20,000 Stop Hate brochures and participated in                                                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             onmental         Climate       6/20/2002
   the Governor's Commission on Discrimination and Hate Crimes                                                                                                          annual report
                                                                                                                             Assets           Initiatives
   Brought the campus and community together to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. through a week-long series of
   events (lectures, film festival, middle and high school essay contest, etc.) entitled Making the Moral Revolution.        Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                        Chancellor's
   The commemoration concluded with a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conference and community workshop                 onmental         Climate       6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                                        annual report
   on Diversity and Racism in the Classroom. The workshop brought in Carnegie Scholars from across the nation to             Assets           Initiatives
   lecture and conduct workshops for the 70 community and university participants.
   Presentation and discussion of items on the agenda ensued. Twenty-six items were presented. The item that brought
   the greatest discussion was item 19A, Health and Dental Benefits for Same-Sex Domestic Partners. Two trustees
   opposed the proposal: Kenneth Schmidt, who stated that now was not the time to add benefits as we have infinite
   needs and a finite budget. Schmidt also said that we had no right to establish a new policy as to how state money
   should be spent. Trustee Robert Vickery also said that the proposal belongs in the State Legislature and that the         Cultural/envir   Campus
   policy should include employees with unmarried opposite-sex partners—Vickery‘s amendment to change the                    onmental         Climate       7/16/2003   Senate Minutes
   proposal was voted down. Trustees reasoned that unmarried heterosexual employees have the option to marry                 Assets           Initiatives
   legally in Illinois and be covered under their spouse‘s insurance plans, while same-sex partners do not. President
   Stukel said that the faculty are at a competitive disadvantage with other universities and need to attract and retain
   high-quality faculty to the University. The projected cost is comparable with the costs at other Big Ten institutions.
   Trustee Robert Sperling said this is an issue of fundamental fairness and not one of moral judgment.9:50 a.m. the

   Continued support for the Advisory Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Concerns and                Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                        Chancellor's
   allocated additional space for a LGBT resource room along with support for LGBT education and outreach                    onmental         Climate       6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                                        annual report
   programs.                                                                                                                 Assets           Initiatives


   Establish Project 200, a new initiative with the goal of hiring by the year 2009, 200 new administrative employees in
                                                                                                                             Cultural/envir   Campus
   Facilities and Services who are from underrepresented groups, and strengthen linkages between the University, local                                                  Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             onmental         Climate       6/18/2004
   labor organizations, local schools and community and business leaders that could lead to workforce diversification.                                                  annual report
                                                                                                                             Assets           Initiatives
   Pursued increasing the participation of minority contracts in capital planning and construction.


                                                                                                                             Cultural/envir   Campus
   Worked with members of the campus community to develop a year-long dialogue to commemorate the 50th                                                                  Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             onmental         Climate       6/18/2004
   anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education.                                                                                                                          annual report
                                                                                                                             Assets           Initiatives


                                                                                                                             Cultural/envir   Campus
   Illinois Promise established                                                                                              onmental         Climate       12/6/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                             Assets           Initiatives
                                                                                                                             Cultural/envir   Campus
   Forum on "racism, Power and Privilege at UIUC                                                                             onmental         Climate       2/15/2007   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                             Assets           Initiatives
                                                                                                                             Cultural/envir   Campus
   Campus climate--task force formed by Senate                                                                               onmental         Climate       4/5/2007    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                             Assets           Initiatives




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   The Council of Deans endorsed the Campus Conduct Program which focuses on educating faculty, staff and
   students about discrimination and harassment practices. Presentations were made to faculty and student groups in
                                                                                                                            Cultural/envir   Campus
   several colleges; the program has been universally well received and requests for additional presentations have
                                                                                                                            onmental         Climate                    Senate Minutes
   multiplied. In addition, brochures and posters designed to heighten awareness about discriminatory and harassing
                                                                                                                            Assets           Initiatives
   conduct were widely distributed across campus. A hot-line and an anonymous web inquiry service were also
   initiated.
   Establish Project 200, a new initiative with the goal of hiring by the year 2009, 200 new administrative employees in    Cultural/envir   Campus
   Facilities and Services who are from underrepresented groups, and strengthen linkages between the University, local      onmental         Climate
   labor organizations,                                                                                                     Assets           Initiatives
   University sworn officers participated in orientation exchanges with METCAD personnel. Sworn officers were also
   assigned to focus areas to establish relationships with the campus community. University staff collaborated with the
   city of Champaign and Campustown 2000 in the use of the campus police substation as well as several problem-
   solving projects and joint enforcement operations. The Campus Area Emergency Services Advisory Committee and
                                                                                                                            Cultural/envir   Campus
   the Fire Service Planning Team continue to work with campus units and the city fire departments in order to ensure                                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                                            onmental         Safety and    5/31/2000
   the contract for fire protection services meets the needs of the campus. Adjustments to service and protocols to                                                     annual report
                                                                                                                            Assets           Security
   enhance campus fire safety are identified and resolved by these groups. The campus has representatives working
   with the City of Urbana on their newly formed Project Impact: Building a Disaster Resistant Community. This group
   will work to identify risks, prioritize needs, implement long-term plans to protect the community, and increase
   community information sharing. This work should improve safety both on and off-campus.
   Addressed and improved campus security efforts through the addition of police officers with emphasis on foot and
   bicycle patrols and community-oriented policing contacts. Instituted SafeRides, an MTD program to provide
   student transportation until 4:00 a.m. from campus to apartments that are not on the bus route. Continued to address     Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                        Chancellor's
   the need for additional lighting at various campus locations. Provided increased levels of educational information to    onmental         Safety and    6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                                                        annual report
   students relative to safety through participation in such programs as the new student orientation, the Truth or Dare     Assets           Security
   Campaign, and the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) training, the Alcohol and Other Drugs Office, and the Law and
   You Programs.
                                                                                                                            Cultural/envir   Campus
   Safety and Security audit                                                                                                onmental         Safety and    11/15/2001   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                            Assets           Security
   Continued to provide assistance to units regarding safety and security assessments and facility upgrades including       Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                        Chancellor's
   the publication of guidelines on safety and security for laboratories and offices, procedures for handling suspicious    onmental         Safety and    6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                        annual report
   packages and published information on anthrax for the campus community                                                   Assets           Security
                                                                                                                            Cultural/envir   Campus
   Secured renewal of the Illinois Violence Prevention Authority grant to educate the campus community about                                                            Chancellor's
                                                                                                                            onmental         Safety and    6/20/2002
   violence prevention                                                                                                                                                  annual report
                                                                                                                            Assets           Security
                                                                                                                            Cultural/envir   Campus
   Completed installation of card access security systems in one residence hall with access available in all university                                                 Chancellor's
                                                                                                                            onmental         Safety and    6/20/2002
   residence halls by fall 2004                                                                                                                                         annual report
                                                                                                                            Assets           Security
   Conducted a comprehensive safety and security review of campus operations and activities following the events of         Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                        Chancellor's
   September 11tho Substantive changes to improve the security of critical facilities and materials on campus were          onmental         Safety and    6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                        annual report
   implemented following the review                                                                                         Assets           Security
                                                                                                                            Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                        Chancellor's
   Developed a comprehensive disaster preparedness plan for campus units and facilities                                     onmental         Safety and    6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                        annual report
                                                                                                                            Assets           Security
   Lead Homeland Security Planning Workshops through the Fire Safety Institute to bring together interested parties to      Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                        Chancellor's
   help local and regional officials plan and identify actions that can be taken at the local and regional level improve    onmental         Safety and    6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                        annual report
   homeland security against terrorism in Illinois                                                                          Assets           Security
                                                                                                                            Cultural/envir   Campus
   Organized a series of anthrax information sessions involving knowledgeable faculty, medical professionals, police                                                    Chancellor's
                                                                                                                            onmental         Safety and    6/20/2002
   officers and counselors. The series was open to the campus community and the public and was available on the Web                                                     annual report
                                                                                                                            Assets           Security


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                                                                                                                               Cultural/envir   Campus
   Completed Campus-town transportation improvements on Green Street from Fourth Street to Wright Street that                                                              Chancellor's
                                                                                                                               onmental         Safety and    6/17/2003
   include street paving, new sidewalks, streetlights, landscaping and pedestrian friendly traffic signals.                                                                annual report
                                                                                                                               Assets           Security
   Implemented the Campus Area Transportation Study recommendations, including a new traffic circulation pattern in            Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   the University district, a 25 MPH speed limit in the University district and installation of an illuminated and safer       onmental         Safety and    6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
   cross walk on Springfield at Grainger Library.                                                                              Assets           Security
                                                                                                                               Cultural/envir   Campus
   Increased focus on emergency services with active involvement in the Champaign County Terrorism Task Force,                                                             Chancellor's
                                                                                                                               onmental         Safety and    6/17/2003
   Fire Services Planning Team, METCAD, ESDA and the local Emergency Planning Committee.                                                                                   annual report
                                                                                                                               Assets           Security
   Updated a comprehensive safety and security review of campus operations and activities. Continued activities that
                                                                                                                               Cultural/envir   Campus
   focus on the security of critical facilities and materials on campus. Evaluated and formulated improved methods,                                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                               onmental         Safety and    6/17/2003
   policies and procedures that give greater clarity on how security on campus will be conducted. Explored a personal                                                      annual report
                                                                                                                               Assets           Security
   alarm system to be used primarily by members of our campus community.
   Completed planning and implementation for revisions/improvements in the work of the Campus Emergency                        Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   Operations Committee (CEOC). This project enhanced the efficiency/effectiveness of the committee, streamlined               onmental         Safety and    6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
   the administrative workings of the group, and increased the availability of applicable resource materials.                  Assets           Security
                                                                                                                               Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   Developed ―UIUC Campus Guidelines for the Homeland Security Advisory System.‖                                               onmental         Safety and    6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
                                                                                                                               Assets           Security
                                                                                                                               Cultural/envir   Campus
   Established a Director of Emergency Planning position with Facilities & Services to lead emergency planning,                                                            Chancellor's
                                                                                                                               onmental         Safety and    6/18/2004
   training and response activities.                                                                                                                                       annual report
                                                                                                                               Assets           Security
                                                                                                                               Cultural/envir   Campus
   Partnered with campus and community units on the continued development of comprehensive plans for response to                                                           Chancellor's
                                                                                                                               onmental         Safety and    6/18/2004
   all types of terrorism as well as celebratory riots on and off campus.                                                                                                  annual report
                                                                                                                               Assets           Security
   The Chief of the UIPD served as chair of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators             Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   (IACLEA) domestic preparedness committee, and as a member of the Office of Domestic Preparedness Campus                     onmental         Safety and    6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
   Preparedness Assessment project.                                                                                            Assets           Security
   The University of Illinois Police Department (UIPD) assumed an active role in the implementation of campus-based            Cultural/envir   Campus
                                                                                                                                                                           Chancellor's
   weapons of mass destruction training; and, a UIPD officer was trained and nationally certified as an instructor for         onmental         Safety and    6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                                           annual report
   weapons of mass destruction.                                                                                                Assets           Security
   Chancellor Herman provided an overview of the campus‘ plans to improve safety for pedestrians. His statement was
   preceded by a moment of silence for the recent traffic fatalities on campus. He outlined initiatives such as                Cultural/envir   Campus
   installation of stop signs, issuing citations to drivers and pedestrians who commit traffic violations, and reducing the    onmental         Safety and    11/10/2005   Senate Minutes
   presence of city buses on central campus. A comprehensive study of the campus‘ grid for vehicle and pedestrian              Assets           Security
   flow will be conducted and safety improvements will be made as necessary.
                                                                                                                               Cultural/envir   Campus
   Critical Incident Training                                                                                                  onmental         Safety and    7/6/2006     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                               Assets           Security
                                                                                                                               Cultural/envir
   Established a Cultural Engagement Council to promote collaboration among the campus's cultural institutions in                               Public Good                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                               onmental                       6/20/2002
   ways that enrich the cultural experiences of the campus and surrounding communities                                                          facilities                 annual report
                                                                                                                               Assets
                                                                                                                               Physical
                                                                                                                                                Campus
   Update to South Campus Plan                                                                                                 Assets and                     7/19/2001    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                Master Plan
                                                                                                                               Resources
   A special request for $115M was added to the agenda in connection with relocation of the south farms. The program
                                                                                                                               Physical
   is estimated to take four to six years to complete. This year the effort would focus on land acquisition and planning.                       Campus
                                                                                                                               Assets and                     10/29/2001   Senate Minutes
   If the state fails to fund the program it would presumably be taken through internally generated resources including                         Master Plan
                                                                                                                               Resources
   fund-raising efforts.


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   ·     Moved forward with the South Farms Modernization Project that will relocate research facilities for crops,
                                                                                                                             Physical
   animals and natural resources. A six phase implementation process was developed to expand, modernize and                               Campus                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and                 6/17/2003
   relocate field laboratories, for future research and education projects. Phase I is a $25 million project (with a bid                  Master Plan                annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources
   opening date of summer 2003) that will relocate the beef and sheep units and install the utility infrastructure.
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Campus
   Major Construction Projects underway                                                                                      Assets and                 9/4/2003     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                          Master Plan
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
   Hired a consultant team to investigate various options for creating modern housing facilities for graduate students                    Campus                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and                 6/18/2004
   and families at Orchard Downs, including analysis of market demand, legal constraints, and financial viability.                        Master Plan                annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
   Hired Ellerbe Becket, Inc. consulting group to conduct a feasibility study for a new basketball arena and assess                       Campus                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and                 6/18/2004
   renovations required to continue to operate the Assembly Hall as a multi-purpose arena.                                                Master Plan                annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Campus
   Updated Master Plan                                                                                                       Assets and                 12/16/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                          Master Plan
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Campus
   Preserving campus architecture                                                                                            Assets and                 1/19/2006    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                          Master Plan
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Campus
   Capital projects discussed by BOT                                                                                         Assets and                 2/2/2006     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                          Master Plan
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
   Amended The General Rules Concerning University Organization and Procedures to extend the naming of endowed                            Campus
                                                                                                                             Assets and                 4/11/2006    Senate Minutes
   buildings to include corporate as well as individual donors                                                                            Master Plan
                                                                                                                             Resources
   Completed preliminary agreements for the purchase of the first of three parcels of land which will serve as long term     Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                 Chancellor's
   protective buffers around Trelease Woods. This natural area is used for long-term research projects by faculty in the     Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                   annual report
   plant and life sciences.                                                                                                  Resources
   Construction is nearing completion on the $8 million, 18,029 square foot addition to the Advanced Computation             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                 Chancellor's
   Building. This NCSA project will provide additional space to support the Terascale Computing initiative, a program        Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                   annual report
   supported by the National Science Foundation.                                                                             Resources
   Plans for the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) building were initiated and are nearing              Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                 Chancellor's
   completion. The $30 million, 70,500 net assignable square foot NCSA building is being funded through the State of         Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                   annual report
   Illinois‘ VentureTECH Program.                                                                                            Resources
   Plans for the Post Genomics Institute (PGI) building were initiated and are nearing completion. The $75 million,          Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                 Chancellor's
   110,000 net assignable square foot PGI building is being funded through the State of Illinois‘ VentureTECH                Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                   annual report
   Program.                                                                                                                  Resources
   The Office of Campus Development worked to secure funding for new building projects on the Urbana-Champaign
   campus. Substantial progress has been made toward raising $30 million for a new instructional building for the
   College of Commerce and Business Administration. Approximately $1 million has been received, $3.75 million has            Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                 Chancellor's
   been pledged, and $15 million is expected as the lead gift by the end of the fiscal year. In addition, three proposals    Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                   annual report
   totaling $12.25 million were submitted to donors for this project. A site has been selected for a new School of           Resources
   Social Work building, renderings have been developed and proposals prepared for consideration by three potential
   donors for this $10 million project.
   ·       An anonymous donor estate commitment of $6.5 million was received for renovation or new construction of           Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                 Chancellor's
   facilities in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, along with an additional $500,000 for                Assets and                 6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                   annual report
   scholarships in the College of Engineering.                                                                               Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                 Chancellor's
   Began space planning for the new College of Business building.                                                            Assets and                 6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                   annual report
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                                                                                                                             Physical
   Reviewed 95% completion plans for the Post Genomic Institute. The project was restarted and design continued,                          Classrooms                  Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and                  6/17/2003
   with additional safety and security provisions included.                                                                               and Labs                    annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms
   South Farm Modernization                                                                                                  Assets and                  9/4/2003     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                          and Labs
                                                                                                                             Resources
   Completed the construction of the Thomas Siebel Center for Computer Science. As one of the world's most                   Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                  Chancellor's
   advanced university computer-science facilities, the Center serves as a 21st Century laboratory to explore the future     Assets and                  6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                    annual report
   of computing.                                                                                                             Resources
   Continued to work with major prospects to cultivate and finalize fund agreements for lead gifts for the College of        Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                  Chancellor's
   Business instructional facility, the School of Social Work building remodel, and the Electrical and Computer              Assets and                  6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                    annual report
   Engineering facility.                                                                                                     Resources
   Initiated construction for the Institute for Genomic Biology (IGB). Completion is expected in mid-2006. An ICR            Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms                  Chancellor's
   policy similar to the Beckman Institute policy has been developed, approved, and distributed to all relevant Deans,       Assets and                  6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                          and Labs                    annual report
   Directors, and Department Heads.                                                                                          Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
   Selected the architectural firm for the Animal Sciences Lab remodeling. Project completion is expected in Fall                         Classrooms                  Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and                  6/18/2004
   2004.                                                                                                                                  and Labs                    annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
   Began a major renovation to Noyes Lab that will provide improved functionality and space utilization essential to                      Classrooms                  Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and                  6/18/2004
   support research programs of new faculty and unit initiatives.                                                                         and Labs                    annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms
   New animal facilities                                                                                                     Assets and                  9/2/2004     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                          and Labs
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms
   New instructional building for Business                                                                                   Assets and                  11/3/2005    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                          and Labs
                                                                                                                             Resources
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms
   Classroom improvement plan                                                                                                Assets and                  12/16/2005   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                          and Labs
                                                                                                                             Resources
   Trustee Niranjan S. Shah, Chair of the Buildings and Grounds Committee called its Meeting. Ratio Architects
   presented design plans for the 38,000-square-foot Conference Center on the Urbana campus. Gene Robinson,                  Physical
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms
   professor of entomology, and Tim Kerestes, directior of operations and facilities, reported on the progress of the        Assets and                  4/11/2006    Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                          and Labs
   Institute for Genomic Biology Building, whose construction on the Urbana campus should be completed by the end            Resources
   of July 2006.
                                                                                                                             Physical
                                                                                                                                          Energy
   Initiative to promote environmental issues on campus                                                                      Assets and                  6/3/2004     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                          conservation
                                                                                                                             Resources
   Renovation is progressing on Commerce West in the College of Commerce and Business Administration. --
   Negotiations are continuing with multiple donors on the CBA facility to the west of the Commerce West Building. --
   Ground was broken this spring for the Eichelberger Women‘s Softball Field. --A brochure is being prepared for a
   new Social Work building to share with donors. --Through a combination of private support and R&R funding, the
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
   Turner Plaza project will be completed during Summer 2000, providing a safe and attractive entrance into the Office                                                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and   Renovation     5/31/2000
   of Student Financial Aid and creating an informal gathering space. --The Alumni Association is reviewing plans for                                                 annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
   the Alumni Center and will be meeting with campus and Foundation staff later this year to develop specific
   campaign plans. --Plans to build a Special Collections Building for the University Library are being reconsidered. --
   Finally, the campus recently received a gift of $32 million which, along with a State match, will fund Siebel Hall for
   Computer Science in the College of Engineering.




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   The first phase of $2 million renovation of Daniels Hall will be completed in fall 2000, providing quality housing for       Physical     Facility
                                                                                                                                                                       Chancellor's
   graduate and upperclassmen; renovations accommodate student preferences for prime location, greater privacy, and             Assets and   Renovation   5/31/2000
                                                                                                                                                                       annual report
   technological support.                                                                                                       Resources    Schedule
                                                                                                                                Physical     Facility
   The new fire station/parking deck is under construction. Work continues with the city fire departments to ensure                                                    Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                Assets and   Renovation   5/31/2000
   proper purchase and installation of equipment in the new fire station.                                                                                              annual report
                                                                                                                                Resources    Schedule
   Interior upgrades of the English Building, Noyes Laboratory, Gregory Hall, Foreign Languages, Natural History, and
                                                                                                                                Physical     Facility
   Davenport Hall are 90 percent complete. The English Building‘s ceiling and HVAC system replacement will be                                                          Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                Assets and   Renovation   5/31/2000
   completed in September 2000. An outside architectural firm has completed the Lincoln Hall renovation study.                                                         annual report
                                                                                                                                Resources    Schedule
   Additional upgrades/repairs/rehabilitations are underway in a number of buildings surrounding the Quad.
   Appointed a committee to assess the critical needs of deferred maintenance for aging facilities on the campus, with          Physical     Facility
                                                                                                                                                                       Chancellor's
   particular attention to facilities on or around the central quad. The committee report will be carefully evaluated and       Assets and   Renovation   6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                                                       annual report
   discussed with the Chancellor‘s Capital Review Committee during AY 2001-2002.                                                Resources    Schedule
   • Made substantial progress in new buildings and renovated facilities including the following: ACES Library,
   Information and Alumni Center, completed August 2001; Advanced Computation Building Addition, completed                      Physical     Facility
                                                                                                                                                                       Chancellor's
   October 2001; Commerce West Remodeling, completed July 2001; Mechanical Engineering Building Renovation,                     Assets and   Renovation   6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                                                       annual report
   completed December 2001; Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Remodeling and West Addition, completed January                   Resources    Schedule
   2002; and the William R. and Clarice V. Spurlock Museum
                                                                                                                                Physical     Facility
   Completed the comprehensive assessment, Restoring the Core, an innovative blueprint for the long-delayed and                                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                Assets and   Renovation   6/20/2002
   urgently needed renovation of several academic facilities on or near the central campus quadrangle                                                                  annual report
                                                                                                                                Resources    Schedule
   Continued major strategic planning efforts to develop a 20-year plan for renovation of Housing facilities and dining
                                                                                                                                Physical     Facility
   services. Completed the renovation of Daniels Hall, providing graduate students and upperclassmen quality housing                                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                Assets and   Renovation   6/20/2002
   in an excellent location at a reasonable price; residents surveyed report high levels of satisfaction with the new living                                           annual report
                                                                                                                                Resources    Schedule
   environment
                                                                                                                                Physical     Facility
   Supplemented facility renovation funds received from the State of illinois with additional investments totaling more                                                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                Assets and   Renovation   6/20/2002
   than $4 million to support classroom remodeling and upgrading, and remodeling of academic buildings                                                                 annual report
                                                                                                                                Resources    Schedule
                                                                                                                                Physical     Facility
   VP Rugg reported on the assessment of current facilities conditions announcing that we need approximately
                                                                                                                                Assets and   Renovation   11/14/2002   Senate Minutes
   $600,000,000 to bring current buildings up to code.
                                                                                                                                Resources    Schedule
   Committed to a renewed focus on reducing the backlog of deferred maintenance while at the same time allowing the
   programmatic needs to set the priority of the core building redevelopment, allowing for both the immediate facility
                                                                                                                                Physical     Facility
   needs and the long-term facility needs to be supported. Deferred maintenance funding will be elevated to a level                                                    Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                Assets and   Renovation   6/17/2003
   necessary to hold constant the accumulation and to reduce the backlog to ten per-cent of capital replacement value.                                                 annual report
                                                                                                                                Resources    Schedule
   At the same time redevelopment of the core/quad buildings will determine the priority for which the work will be
   executed.
   Made additional progress on facilities for the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics (DIA) through the installation of a     Physical     Facility
                                                                                                                                                                       Chancellor's
   modernized video scoreboard at Memorial Stadium and completion of construction for the renovated football office             Assets and   Renovation   6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                                       annual report
   complex and locker room area at Memorial Stadium.                                                                            Resources    Schedule
                                                                                                                                Physical     Facility
   McKinley Health Center‘s $3.5 million renovation, scheduled for completion in summer 2004, will streamline                                                          Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                Assets and   Renovation   6/17/2003
   services as well as facilitate the new primary care provider model.                                                                                                 annual report
                                                                                                                                Resources    Schedule
   The Assembly Hall Feasibility Study identified more than $60 million in improvements and additions to modernize              Physical     Facility
                                                                                                                                                                       Chancellor's
   and improve the Hall as a basketball and multi-purpose facility, as well as making it more competitive in booking            Assets and   Renovation   6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                                       annual report
   additional events.                                                                                                           Resources    Schedule
                                                                                                                                Physical     Facility
   The Campus Recreation Center East renovation project is on schedule to be completed in August 2004; the Division                                                    Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                Assets and   Renovation   6/17/2003
   of Campus Recreation website includes an interactive section showing future renovations.                                                                            annual report
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                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
   Completed planning to upgrade life safety code requirements at the Beckwith Living Center. The project is                                                         Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and   Renovation    6/17/2003
   scheduled for completion prior to the arrival of students for the Fall 2003 Semester.                                                                             annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
   Developed renovation plans for Noyes Laboratory, Digital Computer Lab, Computing Applications Building,                                                           Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and   Renovation    6/17/2003
   College of Education and the Natural Resources Building.                                                                                                          annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
                                                                                                                                                                     Chancellor's
   Improved the interior appearance of Foellinger Auditorium with new carpet and paint.                                      Assets and   Renovation    6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                                                     annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
   Leased additional space at Illini Center and began renovation of the 4 th floor to accommodate cohorts of the                                                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and   Renovation    6/17/2003
   Executive MBA program simultaneously with the Office of Continuing Education and the College of Law.                                                              annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
   Embarked on a 10-year program to reduce the deferred maintenance backlog with the initial focus being to eliminate                                                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and   Renovation    6/18/2004
   the life-safety corrections identified in the Facility Condition Assessment.                                                                                      annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
   Implemented ―Restoring the Core,‖ a campus program developed to identify key priorities for renovation of                 Physical     Facility
                                                                                                                                                                     Chancellor's
   academic facilities along the Quad, to guide investments in new projects within a coherent framework that serves the      Assets and   Renovation    6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                                     annual report
   needs of the campus as a whole.                                                                                           Resources    Schedule
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
                                                                                                                                                                     Chancellor's
   Initiated a program to conduct a facilities condition assessment of 20% of campus buildings every year.                   Assets and   Renovation    6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                                     annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
   McKinley Health Center‘s $3.8M renovation, scheduled for completion in summer 2004, will provide for a new                Physical     Facility
                                                                                                                                                                     Chancellor's
   medical clinic, expanded Women‘s Health Clinic, and renovated pharmacy, permitting McKinley Health Center to              Assets and   Renovation    6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                                                     annual report
   employ the most progressive standards for delivery of health care services and assure greater privacy for patients.       Resources    Schedule
   Moved forward with the South Farms Modernization Project that will relocate research facilities for crops, animals
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
   and natural resources. A six phase implementation process was developed to expand, modernize and relocate field                                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and   Renovation    6/18/2004
   laboratories, for future research and education projects. Phase I is a $25M project that will relocate the beef and                                               annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
   sheep units and install the utility infrastructure.
   Dean Mangelsdorf (College of Liberal Arts & Sciences) provided a candid assessment of the academic and
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
   structural needs of her college. She was invited as a presenter by President White to illuminate his stance that the
                                                                                                                             Assets and   Renovation    11/10/2005   Senate Minutes
   University has to be honest about the interventions needed to address space shortages, deferred maintenance, and
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
   curriculum pressures.
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
   • Approved Academic Facilities Maintenance Fund Assessment ($250 per semester at UIUC) in order to establish a
                                                                                                                             Assets and   Renovation    4/11/2006    Senate Minutes
   new funding source for deferred maintenance needs of over $6 million.
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
   At 2:45 the meeting of the Board resumed to discuss the architectural plan and timeline for the renovation of
   Memorial Stadium on the Urbana campus. The architects emphasized their mission was to renovate, provide an
                                                                                                                             Physical     Facility
   updated structure, maintain the historical integrity of the stadium, and provide an enhanced game day experience for
                                                                                                                             Assets and   Renovation    5/11/2006    Senate Minutes
   fans. Construction will begin at the end of the 2006 football season. Chancellor Richard Herman and the Board
                                                                                                                             Resources    Schedule
   thanked Athletic Director Ron Guenther, who was in attendance, for his considerable efforts in raising the funds
   necessary for the successful completion of the project.
   The Board approved hiring professional services for the renovation and expansion of the Intramural Physical               Physical     Facility
   Education Building and several student dinning facilities, in particular, that of the Pennsylvania Avenue Residence       Assets and   Renovation    6/13/2006    Senate Minutes
   Hall.                                                                                                                     Resources    Schedule
   In last year‘s budget process, the campus provided $1.0M that is to be made permanent this year. This year‘s budget
                                                                                                                             Physical
   will be further augmented by $500,000 in permanent funds and $500,000 in non-recurring funds. In addition, the                         Public Good                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                             Assets and                 5/31/2000
   campus is providing a book storage facility at a total cost of $2,500,000. In addition, this year the Library received                 Facilities                 annual report
                                                                                                                             Resources
   $768,000 of acquisition funds as part of the state budget. We will receive $420,000 in acquisition funds next year.




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   Established the Library Allocation Steering Committee to devise a fair method for resource allocation among
                                                                                                                            Physical
   departmental libraries within the University Library System. Public hearings were held across the campus to                           Public Good                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                            Assets and                 6/15/2001
   educate and gather information from library users on factors that need to be considered in the budgeting and                          Facilities                 annual report
                                                                                                                            Resources
   planning process. The Committee issued a draft report for review and comment.
   ·      Additional progress on the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics (DIA) facilitiesConstruction was completed on
   both the Eichelberger Softball Field and the Irwin Indoor Football Practice Facility. The DIA capital campaign
                                                                                                                            Physical
   completed the funding drive for the following additional projects: the renovation for Huff Hall, the training center                  Public Good                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                            Assets and                 6/15/2001
   and golf course. In addition funding is being pursued for the following projects: the new surface for Memorial                        facilities                 annual report
                                                                                                                            Resources
   Stadium, Memorial Stadium locker room and training room renovation, a tennis stadium and the scholarship
   endowment fund.
   ·      Secured funding for the Alumni Center.The Campus supported the efforts of the University of Illinois Alumni
   Association for establishing the location and construction of the Alumni Center on the Urbana-Champaign campus.          Physical
                                                                                                                                         Public Good                Chancellor's
   Presentations were made to the Executive Committee of the Alumni Association regarding the Center and its                Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                         facilities                 annual report
   location. Commitments totaling approximately $1 million of the $14 million needed for an Alumni Center have been         Resources
   received to date.
   ·      Improvements in campus parking.A comprehensive Campus Parking Master Plan was developed to address
   future campus requirements. The plan was reviewed by the Senate Committee on Campus Operations and the
                                                                                                                            Physical
   Chancellor‘s Capital Review Committee before being presented to the Board of Trustees in May 2001.Construction                        Public Good                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                            Assets and                 6/15/2001
   was initiated and continues on the 760 space parking structure at the corner of Dorner and Gregory Drives.                            facilities                 annual report
                                                                                                                            Resources
   Completion of this project is scheduled for August 2001. This new facility will provide parking improvements in the
   south east section of campus.
   Completed a strategic review of Graduate Student and Family Housing. This analysis documents the strengths and           Physical
                                                                                                                                         Public Good                Chancellor's
   weaknesses of existing conditions, identifies strategic issues for further study, and provides information on housing    Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                         facilities                 annual report
   renovations at comparable institutions. A similar analysis is under way for undergraduate housing.                       Resources
   Completed construction of the Arcade Plaza between the Student Services Building and the Financial Aid Office.
                                                                                                                            Physical
   This plaza presents a safe and attractive entrance to the Student Services Arcade and provides a venue for student                    Public Good                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                            Assets and                 6/15/2001
   programming. ―Picnic at the Plaza,‖ for example, is a new program held at the Plaza which offers student                              facilities                 annual report
                                                                                                                            Resources
   entertainment to encourage informal interactions among students, staff and faculty.
   Completed Phase I of a $12 million renovation of Daniels Hall while Phase II will be finished in summer 2001. The        Physical
                                                                                                                                         Public Good                Chancellor's
   residents of Daniels Hall are graduate students and upper-class undergraduate students who value the prime               Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                         facilities                 annual report
   location, private baths, larger rooms and technology center.                                                             Resources
   Hired a consultant to identify unmet needs and future directions in campus recreation. Attention was given to
   recreation centers and facility renovations at other campuses. Focus groups and surveys were conducted to obtain         Physical
                                                                                                                                         Public Good                Chancellor's
   information from recreation users and non-users on these issues. Formal evaluation of the consultant‘s report will       Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                         facilities                 annual report
   occur in the fall 2001, followed by recommendations for improvements in the campus recreation program into the           Resources
   next 10 to 15 years.
   Hired an architectural firm to provide renovation designs for the McKinley Health Center. Additional medical clinic      Physical
                                                                                                                                         Public Good                Chancellor's
   space will be provided through this $2.4 million project creating a more efficient system for physicians treating        Assets and                 6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                         facilities                 annual report
   patients.                                                                                                                Resources
                                                                                                                            Physical
                                                                                                                                         Public Good
   Campustown Development                                                                                                   Assets and                 10/4/2001    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                         facilities
                                                                                                                            Resources
                                                                                                                            Physical
                                                                                                                                         Public Good
   ACES Library                                                                                                             Assets and                 10/18/2001   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                         Facilities
                                                                                                                            Resources
                                                                                                                            Physical
   Completed an agreement with Northwest Airlines to add a flight to Minneapolis giving Willard a fourth destination                     Public Good                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                            Assets and                 6/20/2002
   airport                                                                                                                               facilities                 annual report
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   Secured $3.5 million in federal funds for the parallel General Aviation Runway at Willard Airport. Federal Aviation           Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good               Chancellor's
   Administration (FAA) and Willard proceeded with plans to create a new runway that will increase capacity and                  Assets and                 6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                              facilities                annual report
   reduce delays at Willard                                                                                                      Resources
   A design presentation on the proposed Campus Recreation Center East at UIUC was the major item. Students were
                                                                                                                                 Physical
   heavily involved in the planning. The design is an effort to promote more social interaction of students, faculty, and                     Public Good
                                                                                                                                 Assets and                 9/30/2002   Senate Minutes
   staff; offer a diversity of facilities; and meet the increasing demand for late night recreation activities. The work will                 facilities
                                                                                                                                 Resources
   include some renovation and changes in Freer.
                                                                                                                                 Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good
   Spurlock Museum                                                                                                               Assets and                 10/3/2002   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                              facilities
                                                                                                                                 Resources
   Plans for the Alice Campbell Alumni Center were presented by a representative of BLDD Architects, Inc., Decatur.
   The center will be located on the Urbana campus near the Office of Admissions and Records and the Spurlock
   Museum, which will necessitate the closing of California Street between Lincoln Avenue and Gregory Place.                     Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good
   Trustee Vickrey inquired as to whether the building was designed to accommodate high-speed wireless data                      Assets and                 2/12/2003   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                              Facilities
   transmissions (presumably from outside the building). The architect reported that this had not been a consideration           Resources
   in the building's design. Trustee Vickrey asked that wireless networking be considered in the design of future
   buildings on the three campuses.
   he design for the Urbana-Champaign East Campus Commercial Building was presented. The building to be located
                                                                                                                                 Physical
   at Oregon, Gregory Place and Nevada will have commercial space on the ground level, relatively upscale apartments                          Public Good
                                                                                                                                 Assets and                 3/13/2003   Senate Minutes
   on the upper 3 floors and a 60 car parking area underneath. At a later date a second phase would be built. A private                       Facilities
                                                                                                                                 Resources
   firm, JSM, will build and manage the building on ground leased from the University.
                                                                                                                                 Physical
   Received a second Library grant from the Mellon Foundation for $1 million providing funds for ―retrospective                               Public Good               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                 Assets and                 6/17/2003
   conversion,‖ a project that involves creating and expanding computerized records for library material.                                     Facilities                annual report
                                                                                                                                 Resources
                                                                                                                                 Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good
   Library--10 millionth volume                                                                                                  Assets and                 10/3/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                              Facilities
                                                                                                                                 Resources
                                                                                                                                 Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good
   Campus Recreations Center East                                                                                                Assets and                 5/20/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                              facilities
                                                                                                                                 Resources
                                                                                                                                 Physical
   Began the public phase of a targeted $30M library campaign of which $11M has been raised. Developed a targeted                             Public Good               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                 Assets and                 6/18/2004
   list of potential foundations and worked with the University Library to develop proposal submissions.                                      Facilities                annual report
                                                                                                                                 Resources
   The Campus Recreation Center East renovation project is on schedule to be completed in August 2004 and will                   Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good               Chancellor's
   foster a culture of wellness on the campus for students and staff; the Division of Campus Recreation website                  Assets and                 6/18/2004
                                                                                                                                              facilities                annual report
   includes an interactive section showing future renovations.                                                                   Resources
                                                                                                                                 Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good
   Library high density shelving facility                                                                                        Assets and                 12/2/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                              Facilities
                                                                                                                                 Resources
                                                                                                                                 Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good
   Hotel/restaurant near Research Park                                                                                           Assets and                 7/21/2005   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                              facilities
                                                                                                                                 Resources
                                                                                                                                 Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good
   Renovation of Assembly Hall                                                                                                   Assets and                 11/3/2005   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                              facilities
                                                                                                                                 Resources
                                                                                                                                 Physical
                                                                                                                                              Public Good
   Library to preserve endangered materials                                                                                      Assets and                 3/2/2006    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                              Facilities
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                                                                                                                                Physical
                                                                                                                                                 Public Good
   Undergraduate Library forms Learning Commons                                                                                 Assets and                      5/4/2006     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                 Facilities
                                                                                                                                Resources
                                                                                                                                Physical
                                                                                                                                                 Public Good
   Memorial Stadium renovation                                                                                                  Assets and                      5/18/2006    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                                 facilities
                                                                                                                                Resources
   The most interesting aspect was the UIUC Campus Parking Master Plan, a plan that had been shared with the
   Senate‘s Campus Operations Committee and the Senate Council. The plan asked for (and eventually received)
   approval for two new campus parking structures, one on University Avenue east of Beckman Institute and another
   between 5th and 6th streets just east of the Ice Arena and Illini Towers. The first would have space for 1500 cars           Physical         Campus
                                                                                                                                                                5/23/2001    Senate Minutes
   and some commercial space on the south side. The second would have space for 1000 cars. Also of interest to us in            Resources        Master Plan
   the Champaign-Urbana community is a proposed East Campus Commercial Center that would lie just south of the
   Krannert Center complex and east of the School of Music building. It would have about 34,000 ft2 of retail space
   with apartments/offices above ground. A parking structure east of this Center is planned.

   Implemented a Post-Occupancy Evaluation (POE) process for major PPFM projects to assess the performance of the
   design professionals, contractors and UIUC facility support offices in project delivery. Results of the analysis             Physical         Campus                      Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                6/15/2001
   influence the selection of design professionals for future projects, the pre-qualification limits for contractors bidding    Resources        Master Plan                 annual report
   UIUC projects and to help UIUC facility-support units to improve project delivery and the quality of the product.
                                                                                                                                Physical         Campus
   Development of Orchard Downs                                                                                                                                 10/15/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                                Resources        Master Plan
   Established campus policy by developing a Reasonable Accommodation Request policy and procedure. This policy
                                                                                                                                Physical         Classrooms                  Chancellor's
   and procedure, located in the Campus Administrative Manual, ensures uniformity and clarity for each department                                               6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                Resources        and Labs                    annual report
   handling an accommodation request from any employee on campus.
   The Board approved the employment of an architect/engineering firm in preparation for the installation of three
                                                                                                                                Physical         Energy
   energy-generating wind turbines on the south farms portion of the campus. The turbines will be connected to the                                              6/13/2006    Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                Resources        conservation
   University-owned and operated electrical distribution system.
   Three design presentations were made for UIUC projects: the chilled water plant, the north campus parking deck
   (information), and the Post-Genomic Institute (approval). The chilled water plant will be located on Oak Street just
   south of Stadium Drive. It is designed to provide space for expansion as the needs increase. The parking deck will
   be built on the south side of University Avenue occupying the space to Clark Street between Matthews and                                      Facility
                                                                                                                                Physical
   Goodwin. Access to parking will be from Matthew and Goodwin. The building will include commercial space to be                                 Renovation     10/29/2001   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                                                Resources
   leased on the first floor along Clark and also office space above that and seven levels of parking. The Post-Genomic                          Schedule
   Institute will be on the west side of Goodwin to the east of the Morrow Plots. Its design meets all requirements of
   protecting the Morrow Plots. The 3-story facility will initially house approximately 400 people in 108, 000 square
   feet of assigned space of a building total of 188.5K square feet.
   Worked with industry, the Center for Advanced Research in Information Security (CARIS) and other campus units
                                                                                                                                                 Campus
   to improve infrastructure security technologies and to evaluate the next-generation of security technologies for the         Technology                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                 Safety and     6/17/2003
   Urbana campus. Created the computer security coordinators who serve as the primary conduits in departments for               Infrastructure                               annual report
                                                                                                                                                 Security
   improving local security and reacting to security incidents.
   The first CET training workshops were implemented for faculty who want to incorporate technology into their
   courses. Workshops were held this year, for example, on software that can be used to create on-line courses,                 Technology       Educational                 Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                5/31/2000
   manage courses, develop quizzes and record grades on-line. The Education Technology Board ―redesigning the                   Infrastructure   Tech                        annual report
   curriculum grant program‖ was implemented as well to foster innovation in instruction beyond a single course.

      Recruit Chief Information Officer with overall responsibility for computing in support of research and teaching.          Technology       Educational                 Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                                5/31/2000
   This search has been completed with the hiring of Peter Siegel who will assume the post in August.                           Infrastructure   Tech                        annual report




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   Campus supported the use of integrated learning technologies across campus at unprecedented levels. The Center
   for Educational Technologies (CET) supported over 500 instructors teaching upwards of 850 sections, involving
                                                                                                                               Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   approximately 40,000 student accounts per semester. The CET offered instructors training and follow up                                                     6/15/2001
                                                                                                                               Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   consultation in creating course accounts, providing roster management, and administering the servers on which
   BlackBoard, WebCT, and other leading learning environments reside.
   Expanded undergraduate enrollment capacity in information technology courses in response to growing demand in
                                                                                                                               Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   several departments, keeping workforce needs in mind. For example, $900,000 was allocated to Computer Science                                              6/15/2001
                                                                                                                               Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   and Computer Engineering to increase course offerings for majors and to recruit additional faculty in these units.
   Reconfigured several instructional computing sites on campus and upgraded 30% of the systems at those locations in          Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                              6/15/2001
   response to increased faculty and student demand for computer labs and services.                                            Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   Discussions were held with faculty groups within the colleges regarding the technical plan, priorities and most
   effective funding approaches for upgrading campus-wide networking infrastructure. Proposal for funding                      Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                              6/15/2001
   improvements in the network were discussed with the Provost and Council of Deans. A determination on funding                Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   the required improvements will be made during the 2001 fall semester.
   In an effort to minimize barriers to the effective use of the computing resources, the Computing and
   Communications Services Office, Instructional Resources, Human Resource Development, University                             Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                              6/15/2001
   Administration and the Police Training Institute collaborated in offering (through the FAST3 Program) an increased          Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   selection of free information technology training to all students on campus.
   Campus Information Technologies and Educational Services (CITES) joined with the Colleges of Agricultural,
   Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) and Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) to support the requirement that              Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                              6/20/2002
   every ACES and LAS course have a WebCT site. In part as a result of these efforts, use by instructors ofWebCT               Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   and other technologies for their teaching has reached an all-time high
   CITES offered an educational technologies day to encourage instructors to use new educational technologies. The             Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                              6/20/2002
   full-day seminar offered demonstrations, best practices showcases and roundtable discussions                                Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report

   • Consolidated the campus-level organizations concerned with technology into a single organization, Campus
                                                                                                                               Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   Information Technologies and Educational Services (CITES), providing improved coordination and delivery of                                                 6/20/2002
                                                                                                                               Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   services and simplified access for faculty, staff and students through a single point of contact


                                                                                                                               Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   • Upgraded information technology infrastructure for research, teaching and learning                                                                       6/20/2002
                                                                                                                               Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report

                                                                                                                               Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   Initiated preliminary plans for Web enhancements on the University of Illinois Website through fall 2003                                                   6/20/2002
                                                                                                                               Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   Provided important new services including: virtual private networks to extend a secure campus information
   infrastructure beyond the physical campus; significantly upgraded information technologies security; first pilot tests
   of a wireless network (UIUCnet Wireless) within campus buildings; creation of a highly popular Web-based e-mail
                                                                                                                               Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   interface that provides worldwide access to e-mail for students, faculty and staff; first pilot tests of technologies to                                   6/20/2002
                                                                                                                               Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   support portable computing in smart classrooms that, among other things, allow instructors to use laptops in their
   classrooms; and first pilot tests of use of streaming video to make class lectures available to students through the
   Web
   Initiated a five-year $1.5 million upgrade of the URHnet in support of the academic success of students living in           Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                              6/20/2002
   residence halls                                                                                                             Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
                                                                                                                               Technology       Educational
   CITES survey                                                                                                                                               12/6/2002   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                               Infrastructure   Tech
   CITES piloted a program which allowed professors to use a traditional ―chalkboard‖ method of teaching with almost           Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                              6/17/2003
   instantaneous capture and publishing to the Web for students‘ later use.                                                    Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report




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   Created two campus Nascent Seedbed Hubsites at (1) ArtsLab, an art and technology lab in the Siebel Center for
                                                                                                                             Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   Computer Science; (2) Unit One, Allen Hall a project-oriented, living/learning community to expand and connect to                                        6/17/2003
                                                                                                                             Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   artists at KCPA and KAM. A third Seedbed Hub is proposed for humanities computing.

   EdTech sponsored the Faculty Summer Institute where faculty from universities across Illinois come together to
                                                                                                                             Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   collaborate on the integration of networked information technologies into the curriculum, further pedagogy using                                         6/17/2003
                                                                                                                             Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   technology and create a network for sharing in the development of curriculum and use of learning technologies.

   Expanded campus backbone network capability and enhanced its security and redundancy to support education and
   research; improved the reliability of critical communications methods such as email, web servers and network by           Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                            6/17/2003
   upgrading the cooling and electrical utility infrastructure at the Digital Computer Laboratory (DCL); to support          Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   critical services, built a telecommunications center (―node room‖) distant from DCL.
   Made available to the general scientific research community NCSA‘s newest computing resource, the IBM
                                                                                                                             Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   POWER4 p690 supercomputer, helping researchers study a wide range of science and engineering problems,                                                   6/17/2003
                                                                                                                             Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   including structural mechanics, computational chemistry and fluid dynamics.
   The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded $35 million to NCSA and three other U.S. research institutions
   (San Diego Supercomputer Center at UCSD, Argonne National Laboratory and CalTech) to build and deploy an                  Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                            6/17/2003
   Extensible Terascale Facility (ETF). The ETF will be the largest, most comprehensive infrastructure ever deployed         Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   for scientific research.
   Developed wireless networking and videoconferencing facilities at the Illini Center to support the Executive MBA          Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                            6/18/2004
   program, and Academic Outreach.                                                                                           Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   Initiated deployment of Illinois Compass, the enterprise learning management system that will support the online
   component of instruction on campus. Students will benefit substantially by having a unified environment for all their
                                                                                                                             Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
   online instruction. Instructors will use the on-line system for assignment submission, evaluation, discussions, and                                      6/18/2004
                                                                                                                             Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   syllabi and lecture notes. The system also automates much of the course management (including grade submission)
   that instructors previously completed manually.



   Promoted collaborative learning across campus through the installation of UIUCnet Public Wireless in four libraries       Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                            6/18/2004
   and the Illini Union Courtyard Café.                                                                                      Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report



   Expanded the deployment of Express Mail, a Web-based email service. As of April 1, 2004 all students (except
   graduating seniors) have been migrated to the new Express Email service. The service offers: enhanced
   collaboration with delegated account privileges and the ability to share email folders; increased space allocation,       Technology       Educational               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                            6/18/2004
   service reliability, account security using encrypted password transactions and cost-effective service delivery;          Infrastructure   Tech                      annual report
   convenient web-based interfaces for all preferences and configuration settings; and compatibility with existing
   CITES-supported desktop email clients and web browsers.
                                                                                                                             Technology       Educational
   CITES upgrades campus network                                                                                                                            12/2/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                             Infrastructure   Tech
                                                                                                                             Technology       Educational
   Information Technology Advisory Board asks for input                                                                                                     5/5/2005    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                             Infrastructure   Tech
   Strengthened the campus-wide Educational Technologies Board (ETB), by ensuring that membership from each
   participating college had close ties to college-level planning, and charged the group to develop strategic planning in    Technology       Educational
   several areas.The ETB considered the issues of curriculum development and instructional support associated with           Infrastructure   Tech
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   Upgraded buildings include Education, Huff Hall, Undergraduate Library, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts,
   Mumford Hall, Division of Management Information, Kenney Gym, Institute of Government and Public Affairs,               Technology       Facility                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                          6/20/2002
   Public Safety, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Intramural Physical Education, Medical               Infrastructure   Renovation                 annual report
   Sciences, Temple Hoyne Buell Hall, Turner Hall, Veterinary Medicine Basic Sciences and Wohlers Hall
   Established a task force to inventory and track IT expenditures across the entire campus; enhanced cellular and
   telephone service; increased the reliability of dial-up service; improved reliability, performance, and capacity of
   CCSO central services to the campus; installed a broadcast-quality video link between our campus and Chicago;
   designed a supercomputing-class facility Linux cluster with a gigabit interconnection network used by 10                Technology       Operational                Chancellor's
   departments in the College of Engineering and Liberal Arts and Sciences; equipped two labs with SunRay network                                         6/15/2001
                                                                                                                           Infrastructure   Tech                       annual report
   appliances; revamped the campus IT security effort, tripling the staff and emphasizing security education and a
   greater reliance on technology to manage the security infrastructure; created an Information Technology Advisory
   Board to serve as advisory board to Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) regarding information technology
   issues.
   Upgraded the capacity of the campus‘ connection to the Internet, as well as its connection to research networks such
                                                                                                                           Technology       Operational                Chancellor's
   as Internet 2. Installed high bandwidth capacity, single mode fiber to all of the campus buildings north of Green                                      6/15/2001
                                                                                                                           Infrastructure   Tech                       annual report
   Street.
                                                                                                                           Technology       Operational
   Implementation of Banner-registration                                                                                                                  4/1/2004     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                           Infrastructure   Tech
   Joined the National Lambda Rail (NLR), a consortium of two dozen leading research universities proposing to
   develop and build the next-generation Internet, beyond Internet2. The goal is to provide a network capable of           Technology       Operational                Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                                          6/18/2004
   handling the most innovative, high-performance networking needs of Urbana researchers collaborating with peers at       Infrastructure   Tech                       annual report
   leading research universities in the United States.
                                                                                                                           Technology       Operational
   Implementation of Banner                                                                                                                               11/18/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                           Infrastructure   Tech
                                                                                                                           Technology       Operational
   CITES upgrades campus network                                                                                                                          2/2/2006     Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                           Infrastructure   Tech
                                                                                                                           Technology       Operational
   iBuy                                                                                                                                                   8/17/2006    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                                           Infrastructure   Tech




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                                                                                                                Increase
   A Transfer Student Handbook was developed to address the unique needs of transfer                            diversity of                 Chancellor's
                                                                                               Student Access                    6/15/2001
   students new to the campus and distributed at Transfer Student Orientation.                                  student                      annual report
                                                                                                                population
   Revenues from the credit card program have allowed funding for scholarships, in
                                                                                                                Increase merit
   addition to many new initiatives underway with regional clubs for their local area                                                        Chancellor's
                                                                                               Student Access   and need based   5/31/2000
   student scholarships. The Association also promotes the vanity license plate program                                                      annual report
                                                                                                                aid
   which provided 200 scholarships this year.
   Within the past four years, Student Affairs has expanded the James Newton Matthews
   Scholarship Program from 15 to 100 recipients, and the annual award will be increased
   in 2000-2001 from $1,500 to $2,000, renewable for four years. Since 1997, the                                Increase merit
                                                                                                                                             Chancellor's
   Generation to Generation Scholarship Program has increased from 10 to 75 awardees.          Student Access   and need based   5/31/2000
                                                                                                                                             annual report
   A $1M gift has been pledged for implementation of the new campus-wide Student                                aid
   Leadership program for undergraduates in leadership roles other than elected offices or
   appointed positions.
   Chet Gardner presented a rationale for the proposed increase in student tuition and
   student fees. He presented data comparing state funding today with data from the last
   20 years, and data from the University of Illinois with peer institutions. For example,
                                                                                                                Increase merit
   the percentage of the state contribution to the University budget declined from 49.1%
                                                                                               Student Access   and need based   1/17/2001   Senate Minutes
   in 1980 to 31.5% in 2000. Tuition will be increased $500 for students beginning in
                                                                                                                aid
   2001 and $1000 for students beginning in 2002 for students at UIUC and UIC. There
   is also a 3%-5% tuition increase for all students next year. State support of students in
   Illinois schools through the Illinois Student Assistance Commission was discussed.
   Improved financial aid services to students, through: (1) distributing financial aid                         Increase merit
                                                                                                                                             Chancellor's
   before the start of classes, (2) providing students with online access to the status of     Student Access   and need based   6/15/2001
                                                                                                                                             annual report
   their financial aid application, award, and billing statement.                                               aid
   Fulfilled the campus commitment to access and affordability for an undergraduate                             Increase merit
                                                                                                                                             Chancellor's
   education through further expansion of financial aid now totaling approximately $180        Student Access   and need based   6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                             annual report
   million in support of 21,000 undergraduate students                                                          aid
   Increased the number of recipients of the James Newton Matthews scholarship from
   124 to 142 undergraduates. This annual scholarship, renewable for four years,                                Increase merit
                                                                                                                                             Chancellor's
   increased from $1,500 to $2,000. Increased the annual value of the four-year                Student Access   and need based   6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                             annual report
   Generation to Generation needbased scholarship from $1,000 to $1,250 in support of                           aid
   131 high-achieving undergraduates
   Partnered with regional alumni clubs to provide more than $47,000 in merit-based
                                                                                                                Increase merit
   scholarships, a 15% increase from the previous fiscal year. Twenty-three alumni clubs                                                     Chancellor's
                                                                                               Student Access   and need based   6/20/2002
   across the country awarded 52 scholarships, with the Alumni Association matching $1                                                       annual report
                                                                                                                aid
   for every $2 raised by the clubs

   Secured renewal of federal TRIO grants for minority support programs including
   MoNair Scholars ($246,854) and Student Support Services ($218,000). These                                    Increase merit
                                                                                                                                             Chancellor's
   programs contribute to student retention and graduation rates and provide summer            Student Access   and need based   6/20/2002
                                                                                                                                             annual report
   research opportunities to encourage graduate study. More than 1,100 students are now                         aid
   using these academic support services, a 10% increase over the previous year
   Developed an Academic Support Network to improve the delivery and coordination of
   services to African American high school students. Membership includes                                       Increase merit
                                                                                                                                             Chancellor's
   representatives from the Urban League‘s Achievement Matters initiative, the                 Student Access   and need based   6/17/2003
                                                                                                                                             annual report
   University of Illinois Upward Bound and Principal Scholars programs, and Parkland                            aid
   College‘s Talent Search Program.




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   Received assistance through the James Newton Matthews Scholarship Program and the
   Generation to Generation Scholarship Program to support the recruitment of
                                                                                                               Increase merit
   outstanding first-year students and provide incentives for continued academic                                                            Chancellor's
                                                                                              Student Access   and need based   6/18/2004
   excellence. Currently 146 Matthews Scholars receive a renewable $2,000 annual                                                            annual report
                                                                                                               aid
   scholarship, and private gifts support 146 Generation to Generation Scholars who
   receive a renewable $1,250 annual scholarship.
   Currently master‘s degrees in five areas are offered on-line: Library and Information
   Science: Through this program (LEEP3), master's degree candidates in library and
   information science without access to the campus of the University of Illinois at
   Urbana-Champaign are able to complete an ALA-accredited degree. Human Resource
   Education: Designed for individuals currently working in or aspiring to HRD
   positions in either the private or public sector, this program is focused on employee
   training and development, organization development, and the use of information and         UIUC and the     Distance                     Chancellor's
   technology to improve individual and organizational performance. Masters in                                                  5/31/2000
                                                                                              Community        Education                    annual report
   Computer Science: This initiative offers the professional master's degree, the MCS,
   using Internet digital audio and video technology. Curriculum, Technology and
   Education Reform: Designed for practicing precollege teachers and administrators, an
   online set of eight courses provides practicing teachers and school administrators with
   the opportunity to earn a Master of Education degree online. Engineering: Engineers
   who have a bachelor's degree can pursue five engineering Master of Science degrees
   offered via the Internet or by videotape through Engineering Distance Education.
   · Participated in a University-wide review of the status of U of I Online that defined
   and articulated a vision for its future.Campus participated in drafting a strategic plan
   for U of I-Online. The report was used by a University-wide committee to produce an        UIUC and the     Distance                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                6/15/2001
   overall set of guidelines regarding compensation of online teaching at the three           Community        Education                    annual report
   campuses. Both current and future direction of the issues, scale and scope of online
   programs will be considered by a sub-committee of deans.
   The Office of Continuing Education (OCE) worked with new information technology
   companies to form joint non-credit new technology UserActive on-line courses.              UIUC and the     Distance                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                6/15/2001
   Potential partners and interested academic units have been identified to develop and       Community        Education                    annual report
   implement the classes.
   Developed K12TCP, an online, noncredit Kl2-Technology Certificate Program, for             UIUC and the     Distance                     Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                6/20/2002
   classroom teachers and school personnel renewal                                            Community        Education                    annual report
                                                                                              UIUC and the     Distance                     Chancellor's
   Offered 435 courses and enrolled 4375 students through Academic Outreach (AO)                                                6/20/2002
                                                                                              Community        Education                    annual report
   Provided, through the Illini Center in downtown Chicago, 14 new courses focused on
                                                                                              UIUC and the     Distance                     Chancellor's
   postbaccalaureate non-credit training in information technology and environmental                                            6/20/2002
                                                                                              Community        Education                    annual report
   education
   Revised and refined Guided Individual Study (GIS) courses into a new online format
                                                                                              UIUC and the     Distance                     Chancellor's
   that allows more student-content and student instructor interaction. GIS offered 100                                         6/20/2002
                                                                                              Community        Education                    annual report
   courses to 932 students in AYO 1
                                                                                              UIUC and the     Distance
   online masters degree --global studies in education                                                                          4/4/2005    Inside Illinois
                                                                                              Community        Education




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   he Board received a report from Special Assistant to the President Chet Gardner on
   plans for the Global Campus. He summarized the planning process up to the present
   point in time, and the schedule ahead. The ―Global Campus,‖ which will eventually
   receive a permanent name, logo, and color scheme as a branch of the University of
   Illinois, is proposed to be an LLC (Limited Liability Company) along the lines of the
   Research Park and Illinois Ventures. It would be governed by a Board of Managers
   appointed by the Board of Trustees, which would include some of the Trustees as              UIUC and the   Distance
                                                                                                                           9/9/2006    Senate Minutes
   members, to be chaired by the President of the University. The Global Campus is              Community      Education
   intended to provide wider access to higher education opportunities at an affordable
   cost by expanding existing online courses and programs, and in some cases
   establishing new ones. The eventual plan is for this entity to become an accredited
   degree-granting institution. Dr. Gardner emphasized that as a for-profit entity the
   Global Campus would need to be fully self-sustaining financially, and its business plan
   is being developed with this

   condition in mind Dr. Gardner also stressed in his comments that the three other
   campuses would need to be involved in the development and oversight of the academic
   programs of the Global Campus. There was fairly lengthy discussion of this proposal
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Distance
   among the Board members, emphasizing the three themes (as Chairman Eppley                                               9/9/2006    Senate Minutes
                                                                                                Community      Education
   summarized it) of ―governance, quality, and control.‖ The current schedule provides
   for a vote to establish the LLC and Board of Managers at the Nov 9 Board of Trustees
   meeting, and for the Global Campus to begin operations in January 2007.
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Distance
   Global campus discussed at Annual meeting of the faculty                                                                9/21/2006   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      Education
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Distance
   Senate asks White, trustees to delay Global campus plans                                                                10/5/2006   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      Education
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Distance    ######
   Forum discusses Global Campus                                                                                                       Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      Education    #####
   12/04/06-08        SC.07.04/XGC.07.01*, Report of the Senate Executive Committee
   Global Campus Task Force. Senator Burton moved approval of the measure and                   UIUC and the   Distance
                                                                                                                           12/4/2006   Senate Minutes
   indicated that President B. Joseph White would be participating in the discussion via        Community      Education
   teleconference.
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Distance
   12/04/06-09        By voice vote, SC.07.04/XGC.07.01 was approved.                                                      12/4/2006   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                Community      Education
   Concerns expressed included course compression, omission of names of academic
   programs that have shown interest in the plan, the for-profit element of the initiative,     UIUC and the   Distance
                                                                                                                           12/4/2006   Senate Minutes
   perceived lack of partnership and faculty involvement, and maintenance of quality once       Community      Education
   the Global Campus receives its own accreditation.
   President B. Joseph White conveyed his appreciation for all the hard work done by the
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Distance
   UIUC Global Campus Task Force as well as others who were involved in this                                               12/4/2006   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                Community      Education
   process. He welcomed any questions or comments.
   Senator Richard Schacht (LAS) Chair of the Senate Committee on General University
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Distance
   Policy and member of the Senate Executive Committee (SEC), made the following                                           12/4/2006   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                Community      Education
   motion from the SEC upon the recommendation of the Global Campus Task Force:
   That notification of this action, together with the full Task Force Report, be transmitted
   to the other two senates of the University, the University Senates Conference, and the
   president, for submission along with the OVPAA proposal (as the ―advice‖ of the
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Distance
   Urbana-Champaign Senate with respect to that proposal) if or when the president                                         12/4/2006   Senate Minutes
                                                                                                Community      Education
   submits that proposal to the Board for action, in accordance with the relevant
   provisions of the Statutes (with respect to the formation of new ―Campuses‖ and other
   new ―University-level units‖).


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   That this Senate endorses the Global Campus Task Force Report and expressly
   withholds its endorsement of the Global Campus Initiative proposal as set forth in the
   May 2006 ―Final Report‖ on the Global Campus Initiative from the Office of the Vice
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Distance
   President for Academic Affairs (OVPAA), urging its reconsideration, with a view to                                             12/4/2006   Senate Minutes
                                                                                               Community      Education
   attaining greater consensus than now exists with respect to its model, structure, guiding
   principles and relation to the existing campuses prior to the submission of any such
   proposal to the Board of Trustees for approval; and
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Distance
   Senate votes not to endorse current form of Global Campus                                                                      12/7/2006   Inside Illinois
                                                                                               Community      Education
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Distance
   New Global Campus partnership revealed to BOT                                                                                  2/1/2007    Inside Illinois
                                                                                               Community      Education
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Distance
   Global Campus Task Force offers recommendations, concerns                                                                      3/1/2007    Inside Illinois
                                                                                               Community      Education
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Distance
   Trustees vote to support Global Campus                                                                                         3/15/2007   Inside Illinois
                                                                                               Community      Education
   02/19/07-21         Chancellor Herman presented for action SC.07.05*, Global Campus
   Partnership Proposal. President White welcomed any questions or comments.
   Questions from the assembly were concerned with dearth of hard data regarding profit
   potential, composition of the ‗academic council‘, admission standards, financial aid        UIUC and the   Distance
                                                                                                                                              Senate Minutes
   and low graduation rates for existing online entities. President White indicated that       Community      Education
   while there are no guarantees of profitability or even success of our Global Campus,
   the deliberative process of developing this partnership proposal improves our chances
   immensely.
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Distance
   02/19/07-22        By voice vote, SC.07.05 was approved unanimously.                                                                       Senate Minutes
                                                                                               Community      Education
   Extension websites experienced heightened access as seen in the following three
   examples: (1) The Urban Programs Web site (http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edul)
   registered well over 600,000 hits per month; (2) The Solutions Web site                     UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                              Extension           6/20/2002
   (http://www.ag.uiuc.edu/~robsond/so1utions/so1utions.htm1) handled 150,000 visitors         Community                                      annual report
   a month; (3) The Nutrition Analysis Tool (http://www.nat.uiuc.edu) received about 2
   million hits per month
   Implemented a linkage and referral network in Macon County to provide
   BridgestonelFirestone plant displaced workers and their families with a multitude of        UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                              Extension           6/20/2002
   services. Extension and volunteer CPA's, bankers and s.c.a.R.E. volunteers assisted to      Community                                      annual report
   determine the appropriate assistance needed
   Nearly 2 million illinois residents participated in University of illinois Extension
   workshops, meetings, demonstrations and other activities. Educational programs were
   offered in response to issues that local volunteers and community leaders identified in
   the four core areas of: (a) Agriculture, Natural Resources and the Environment              UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                              Extension           6/20/2002
   (456,093 face-to-face teaching contacts); (b) Food Safety and Security (189,876 face-       Community                                      annual report
   to-face teaching contacts); (c) Nutrition and Health (379,745 face-to-face teaching
   contacts); (d) Individual, Family and Community Well Being (878,591 face-to-face
   teaching contacts)
   Organized the National Conversation on Youth Development in the 21st Century,
   celebrating 100 years of 4-H. illinois' 4-H program is ranked third in the nation in        UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                              Extension           6/20/2002
   enrollment and is the fastest growing program in the country with a membership              Community                                      annual report
   increase to 86,678 youth in 2001
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   04/24/00-02 EP.00.25*, Proposal for the Establishment of a Center for Public Safety,                                           4/24/2000   Senate Minutes
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   A campus-wide committee assisted International Programs and Studies staff in the
   articulation of the mission, goals, and strategy of the International Outreach Office, as
   well as with the development of a detailed implementation plan for the next three
                                                                                                 UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   years. Stakeholders representing private citizens, education, government, and civic                                              5/31/2000
                                                                                                 Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   organizations were also consulted, and their comments and ideas were incorporated
   into the final document. The plan identifies five strategic objectives and a number of
   specific program actions designed to achieve each objective.

   A conference, co-sponsored with the Institute for Government and Public Affairs
   brought together about 80 leaders from government, business, not-for-profits and
   academics. The conference concentrated on five key trends that will shape the future          UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                    5/31/2000
   of Illinois. A final conference report, Critical Issues Facing Illinois, has been             Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   published, with planning underway to hold roundtable discussions for each of the areas
   to flesh out recommendations made at the conference.
   A Faculty Guide for Relating Public Service to the Promotion and Tenure Review
   Process was made available on the web. Also, in consultation with the Senate
                                                                                                 UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   Committee on Continuing Education and Public Service, a 10-year follow-up survey of                                              5/31/2000
                                                                                                 Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   faculty members involvement in public service and their views of public service is
   underway.
   In conjunction with Senate Committee on Continuing Education and Public Service, a
   new awards program was developed to recognize exemplary public service and
   outreach activities by faculty, staff and students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-
   Champaign. For the 1999-2000 year, this award will recognize two faculty members,
   one academic professional and three students who fulfill in exemplary ways the                UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   university's commitment to using the scholarly, creative, or professional knowledge for                                          5/31/2000
                                                                                                 Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   the purpose of improving the well-being of Illinois citizens. Each faculty member and
   academic professional award winner will receive $1,500 cash in addition to a $1,500
   salary increase on a recurring basis. Awards of $1,000 will be given to the three
   students to be used for professional development or to support their educational
   activities.
                                                                                                 UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Campus Award for Excellence in Public Service                                                                                    4/10/2001   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                 Community      and Communitiy
   Developed non-credit short courses and programs for university professionals in the
   Chicago area. The Office of Continuing Education (OCE) offered instructional
                                                                                                 UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   modules to provide specific information on a variety of timely topics of importance to                                           6/15/2001
                                                                                                 Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   professionals in areas such as e-commerce, environmental policy and environmental
   management.
   Established and hired a Director for the C-U Urban Exchange Center in partnership
   with the Urban League of Champaign County to assist low to moderate-income
   neighborhoods with their community building goals. Long term goals center on linking
   and coordinating faculty-academic professional research, student training courses and
   workshops as well as service learning projects. The center will compile data and              UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                    6/15/2001
   resources, provide information, consulting and training services, and enhance the             Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   capacity of partner organizations. The Center‘s first event, ―A Community Immersion
   Day 2001,‖ provided 15 faculty members the opportunity to meet with organizations
   serving low-income families and to learn how the University can assist them with their
   information and research needs.




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   Held the Chancellor's Conference on the theme of "The Contemporary Land-Grant
   University and the Challenges of Public Service: The Impact of Engagement on Our            UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                  6/15/2001
   Education & Research Activities." Department heads, faculty leaders and senior              Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   campus leaders discussed and identified issues for further attention and follow-up.

   Partnership Illinois, along with the Office of Water Resources of the Department of
   Natural Resources sponsored a roundtable meeting on the topic of University/Agency
   Partnerships on Water Issues in Illinois. State officials from the Illinois Departments     UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                  6/15/2001
   of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Agency, Public Health,                       Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Transportation, Agriculture, and Emergency Management Agency attended as well as
   University faculty members from 10 University departments.

   Provided computing and technology expertise to local and surrounding communities
   through initiatives such as assisting with computer facilities management for the           UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                  6/15/2001
   Urbana, Champaign, Holy Cross, and Countryside Schools server, used by over 11,600          Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   P-12 faculty, staff, and students for email, Web service, and file storage.

   Worked with American Airlines and Trans World Airlines to improve air service for
   the University and surrounding area. Consolidated airlines and flights, one of the air
   service goals, continued during the last year with a reduced number of daily flights
   (currently 16) and incumbent airlines (4 to 3) with the result that the remaining flights   UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                  6/15/2001
   have more passengers per flight on larger aircraft. American Airlines replaced the          Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   turbo prop aircraft with regional jets for their flights between Willard Airport and
   Chicago O'Hare. Trans World Express has added larger turbo prop airplanes on some
   of its flights, which increased the available seats per flight from 30 to 46.

   • The campus Arboretum was further developed as a resource for research and                 UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                  6/20/2002
   education and it was designated as an Interregional Ornamentals Research Center             Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Administered the illinois International High School Program to increase the
   international dimension of secondary education in Illinois, funded by the Office ofthe
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   Governor through the illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE). This program                                                   6/20/2002
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   provides illinois secondary school teachers and students with resources to develop their
   international knowledge and skills
   Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials (ATAM) and the Illinois
   Transportation Archaeological Research Program (ITARP) are collaborating with the
   Illinois State Geological Survey (ISGS) in studying figurines and Hopewellian pipes         UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                  6/20/2002
   found at Cahokia in East St. Louis using an innovative non-destructive method (PIMA         Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   spectroscopy) yielding information about mineral composition to better understand
   patterns of manufacture and trade in ancient times
   Celebrated the tenth anniversary of the l-Space Gallery located in Chicago's gallery
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   row area The gallery has proved to be a desirable exhibiting space to feature work                                             6/20/2002
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   from the College of Fine and Applied Arts in the city of Chicago
   Dramatically increased attendance to the WILL-TV's Ready to Learn (RTL)
   workshops from 827 children reached in 1998 to more than 5,000 in FY02. In 1998,
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   RTL worked with four community agencies to distribute 200 free First Books a month.                                            6/20/2002
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Today, there are eight community agency partners and 400 books are distribute a
   month. Spanish resources and a Spanish workshop were added




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   Established a Cultural Engagement Council to promote collaboration among the
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   campus's cultural institutions in ways that enrich the cultural experiences of the campus                                      6/20/2002
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   and surrounding communities
   Held the second annual Critical Issues Facing Illinois Conference for legislators and       UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                  6/20/2002
   leaders of education, business and non-governmental organizations (NGO's)                   Community      and Communitiy                  annual report

   Held the second Critical Issues Facing Illinois Conference –for legislators and leaders     UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                  6/20/2002
   of education, business, and non-governmental organizations                                  Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Implemented an E-Mentoring Project utilizing Internet bulletin board technology to
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   support new teachers through the Novice Teacher Support Project. The E-Mentoring                                               6/20/2002
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Project was featured in the National publication Education Week
   MSTE was awarded the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) grant to prepare
   middle school level Mathematics Materials for Tomorrow's Teachers (M2T2); the
   materials are directly aligned with the five basic goals of the illinois Learning
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   Standards for Middle School and distributed through the internet. Hits to Mathematics,                                         6/20/2002
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Science and Technology Education (MSTE) database averaged 80,300 per day. MSTE
   was recognized on the teaching mathematics Smithsonian exhibit website as one of two
   sites for Mathematics-teaching related sites
   Opened the Technology, Research, Education and Commercialization Center (TRECC)
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   in DuPage County. The Office of Naval Research awarded $5 million to support                                                   6/20/2002
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   technology transfer, commercialization and education efforts based at the facility

   Organized and hosted the Faculty Summer Institute on Learning Technologies for              UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                  6/20/2002
   faculty teams from Illinois public universities                                             Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Recognized, through the Excellence in Public Engagement awards, two faculty
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   members, one academic professional and two students for their excellence in                                                    6/20/2002
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   community involvement
   Sponsored or assisted with high profile public events on international topics: the Fifth
   Annual Conference on Trade and Investment in Africa co-sponsored with the World
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   Trade Center, Chicago; the European Union Conference, co-sponsored with the Peoria                                             6/20/2002
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   World Affairs Council; and the Central fllinois International Trade Conference and the
   Distinguished Faculty International Lecture Series held in Chicago

                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Speech and Hearing Clinic offers services                                                                                      11/7/2002   Inside Illinois
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy

                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   summary of public engagement by VC Schomberg                                                                                   2/17/2003   Senate Minutes
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy

                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Fire Service Institute                                                                                                         6/4/2003    Inside Illinois
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy
   ·     Appointed an ad hoc committee to reconsider the evaluation of public
   engagement activities in the promotion and tenure process. In its contemporary form,
                                                                                               UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   public engagement differs significantly from what traditionally was called ―public                                             6/17/2003
                                                                                               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   service.‖ The committee will recommend ways of assessing engagement activities
   appropriately in our faculty evaluation processes.




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   ·      Established the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Public Engagement and
   Institutional Relations to lead the public engagement mission and to address critical
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   societal needs, and strategically identify and advance new partnerships between                                                 6/17/2003
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   external constituents and University of Illinois faculty, staff and students interested in
   cultural, economic and community development.
   ·      Worked with members of the campus community to develop a year-long
   dialogue to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education. The
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   Brown commemorative year program, to be held during AY03-04, is intended to renew                                               6/17/2003
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   the spirit of social justice that spurred such commitment to this important cause a half-
   century ago with the Brown court case.
   Enhanced support for the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, particularly through
   a new program to fund the creation and performance of original works by artists-in-
   residence at Krannert Art Museum (KAM), and also the residency at Krannert Center            UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                   6/17/2003
   for the Performing Arts (KCPA) of the Pacific Quartet. This professional, highly             Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   regarded quartet will provide performances, individual and group instruction to
   students, and be fully engaged in the School of Music throughout the semester.
   Partnered with the Illinois Century Network to expand the telecommunications
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   backbone providing high speed access to data, video and audio communication in                                                  6/17/2003
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   schools (K-12), libraries and museums throughout Illinois.
   The Office of International Engagement and Protocol (IEP) engaged in a number of
   activities designed to internationalize K-12 education. (1) $420,700 was received from
   the State of Illinois to continue, for a second year the International High School           UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                   6/17/2003
   Program which is unique within the U.S. and has received national recognition.               Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Fourteen high schools in Illinois participated. (2) IEP held its first Protocol Workshop
   for campus units and faculty.
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   teachers attend weeklong insitute to upgrade their computer and technology skills                                               6/19/2003   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy
   Conducted discussions, through the Cultural Engagement Council, with national and
   Illinois-based group arts administrators and advocates on how to promote the work of         UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                   6/18/2004
   artists and scholars in public life and strengthen the higher education/arts community       Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   network across the state.
   Created a new set of initiatives around the theme of Critical Issues
   Collaborations—corporate security, storm-water and water quality, energy-efficient
   and sustainable building designs, and alternatives for small farm agriculture.
   Organized by the Office of Continuing Education, the partners include the City of
   Chicago, Boeing Corporation, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, the Natural          UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                   6/18/2004
   History Survey, and the State Water Survey; campus partners include ACES, Civil and          Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Environmental Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Facilities and
   Services, Urban and Regional Planning, Natural Resources and Environmental
   Sciences, Building Research Council, Leisure Studies, Computer Science, Fire Service
   Institute and the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER).

   Developed Mathematics and English tutoring programs at Central and Centennial High
   Schools in Champaign, a partnership between the Office of Student Financial Aid and
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   Champaign Public Schools, aimed at improving the achievement of African American                                                6/18/2004
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   students. The 60 high school students who received tutoring from 17 University of
   Illinois student tutors have shown improvement in their academic performance.




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   Hosted key federal programs that provide highly visible leadership in coastal and water
   related issues of relevance to the region, including the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant
   College Program, the Illinois Water Resources Center, and the Midwest Technology
   Assistance Center. During the past year these programs focused on critical water
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   supply issues in northeastern Illinois, helped launch a coordinated effort by all planning                                      6/18/2004
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   agencies in southern Lake Michigan area to develop a comprehensive long term water
   plan for the region, and helped fund research addressing critical knowledge gaps
   pertaining to water and coastal issues. These programs leverage over $10M in federal
   funding for research and outreach activities in the region in 2003.
   Provided leadership education to mayors and other city officials through the Academy
   for Municipal Excellence in cooperation with the Illinois Municipal League and the
   Institute of Government and Public Affairs (IGPA). The Academy conducted similar
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   education for Municipal Clerks in cooperation with the International Municipal Clerks                                           6/18/2004
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Association and IGPA, and developed new initiatives with the United Counties
   Council of Illinois and with the Townships Officials of Illinois to provide leadership
   education.
   Secured a $5.8M grant from the Pew Foundation (through the School of Social Work)
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
   to support child welfare reform in nine states, and continued to work with the School of                                        6/18/2004
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   Social Work in refining proposals for submission to private foundations.

   Sponsored 30 public lectures through the Center for Advanced Study‘s George A.
   Miller program. Participants, representing a wide range of academic disciplines and          UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                   6/18/2004
   interests, were actively involved in campus life during their visits, meeting with           Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   students and colleagues, presenting specialized seminars/talks and informal gatherings.
   The Office of International Engagement and Protocol (IEP) helped administer and
   support the Illinois International High School Initiative (IHSI) in activities designed to
   internationalize high school education, concluding a third year of funding ($420,000)        UIUC and the   Outreach to State               Chancellor's
                                                                                                                                   6/18/2004
   from the Illinois Board of Higher Education for IHSI. To date 150 of the 660 Illinois        Community      and Communitiy                  annual report
   public secondary schools, representing 5,000 teachers and 250,000 students, have
   participated in the IHSI.
                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Student tutors work in local schools                                                                                            11/4/2004   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy

                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Prairie Flowers program--science ducation for middle school teachers                                                            6/1/2005    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy

                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Smart Energy Design Assistance Center                                                                                           7/6/2005    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy

                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   WILL TV, AM, FM                                                                                                                 8/4/2005    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy

                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Chicago Imprint Project                                                                                                         8/3/2006    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy

                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Civic Engagement task force                                                                                                     9/21/2006   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy

                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Osher Lifelong Learning Institute                                                                                               9/27/2006   Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy



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   Odyssey Project--one year free college-credit courses to women at poverty level in C-        UIUC and the   Outreach to State
                                                                                                                                   9/29/2006   Inside Illinois
   U                                                                                            Community      and Communitiy

                                                                                                UIUC and the   Outreach to State
   Civic Commitment Research and Teaching Grants                                                                                   5/5/2007    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community      and Communitiy

   The state finals of the Illinois Science Olympiad will be held April 21 at the University
   of Illinois. The event, which begins at 8 a.m., is part of a national competition in which
   middle and high school students compete in 23 events involving science concepts and
                                                                                                                                               Inside
   engineering skills. The public is invited to attend.―About 1,100 of the top technical        UIUC and the   Outreach to State
                                                                                                                                               Illinois/News
   students from around the state are expected to participate in the event,‖ said Howard        Community      and Communitiy
                                                                                                                                               Bureau
   Guenther, associate vice chancellor for research at Illinois. ―The day will be filled with
   academic competition, spiced with the spirit of an athletic event,‖ said Guenther, who
   is university liaison and site coordinator for the Olympiad.
   Conducted formal evaluations and state-wide site visits of 11 Partnership Illinois
   funded grants including the Fire Service Institute, Health Care for Amish Women,             UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                               Partnerships        6/20/2002
   Mathematics, Science and Technology Education (MSTE) and the Novice Teacher                  Community                                      annual report
   Mentoring Program
   Continued to work with Champaign and Urbana City Councils: (a) to foster better
                                                                                                UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
   cooperation on pedestrian safety initiatives within the University District and (b) to                      Partnerships        6/20/2002
                                                                                                Community                                      annual report
   implement the recommendations of the Campus Area Transportation Study (CATS)

   Established a corporate partnership between Kennametal Corporation, the College of
                                                                                                UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
   Engineering and OCE. The first phase of the partnership saw the development of a                            Partnerships        6/20/2002
                                                                                                Community                                      annual report
   prototype on-line module for instruction for Kennametal employees
   Partnered with the Urban League to identify and prioritize issues of the African-
   American communities. A Connective Leadership Lecture and Workshop was
                                                                                                UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
   cosponsored by the Champaign-Urbana Exchange Center to assist with building                                 Partnerships        6/20/2002
                                                                                                Community                                      annual report
   alliances, networks and collaborations among individuals and community organizations
   whose interests intersect
   Engaged the Illinois Counties Association in discussions focused on the development
                                                                                                UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
   of educational and leadership programs for county board chairs, county board members                        Partnerships        6/17/2003
                                                                                                Community                                      annual report
   and commissioners, and other county officials.
   Reorganized the Metropolitan Intergovernmental Council with a focus on issues
   needing intergovernmental cooperation. Through a Partnership Illinois program linking
   Community Health with Department of Public Health and the Frances Nelson Health
                                                                                                UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
   Center, the issue of serving the medical needs of those without insurance was brought                       Partnerships        6/17/2003
                                                                                                Community                                      annual report
   forward. One idea being advanced is "Public Health/Community Health Campus."
   Professor Brian Deal led a group of students in a design seminar to plan and site such a
   campus in the Beardsley Park area of Champaign.
   The Illinois Municipal League and the Urbana campus pledged to formally create the
                                                                                                UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
   Academy for Municipal Excellence as an on-going and permanent way to improve                                Partnerships        6/17/2003
                                                                                                Community                                      annual report
   local government.
                                                                                                UIUC and the
   Studio course in arch, landscape arch, URP on east st. louis                                                Partnerships        5/6/2004    Inside Illinois
                                                                                                Community
   Expanded air service with the successful recruitment of Delta Airlines. Delta began
   regional jet service to Cincinnati in May, 2004; this new service was a joint effort         UIUC and the                                   Chancellor's
                                                                                                               Partnerships        6/18/2004
   between the University, the Champaign County Economic Development Corporation,               Community                                      annual report
   local government and business.




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   Formed new partnerships with local schools to strengthen excellence in our
   community. School partnerships are fundamental to developing capable and well
                                                                                               UIUC and the                              Chancellor's
   prepared University of Illinois students, and new initiatives recognize that partnerships                  Partnerships   6/18/2004
                                                                                               Community                                 annual report
   and recruiting efforts must begin through outreach activities during the elementary
   school years.
   Children and Family Research Center website on outcome data from School of Social           UIUC and the                  ######
                                                                                                              Partnerships               Inside Illinois
   Work                                                                                        Community                      #####
                                                                                               UIUC and the
   Hope Meadows, Rantoul                                                                                      Partnerships   1/20/2005   Inside Illinois
                                                                                               Community




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Annual Reports of Senate Standing Committees            http://www.senate.uiuc.edu/cmte_biz.asp
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    Admissions
    Budget
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    Conference on Conduct Governance
    Educational Policy
    Equal Opportunity
    Faculty Benefits
    General University Policy
    Honorary Degrees
    Information Technology
    Library
    Public Engagement
    Student Discipline
    University Senates Conference
    University Statutes and Senate Procedures
    University Student Life
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University Statutes, General Rules                      http://www.uillinois.edu/trustees/policy-documents.cfm
Chancellor's Annual Reports
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Business Policies and Procedures, etc.                  http://www.fs.uiuc.edu/luci/
Strategic Plan                                          http://www.strategicplan.uiuc.edu/

				
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