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					    The Dean’s Report
    Fall Reunion 2010


The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
77 Years of Preparing the World’s
             Leaders
                            Then…                      and Now
                                1933                           2010

   Entering Class                   21                      268 (GMAP - 65)
       Faculty                 11 adjuncts                    35 full time
   Tuition per Year                $300                          $36,256
                                                            (GMAP - $65,000;
                                                      MIB - $42,436; LLM - $42,436)

    Average Age                     23                      27 (GMAP – 38)

    Gender Ratio                  81% M                        46% M
                                  19% F                        54% F
International Students               0                    39% (GMAP – 55%)
                         (10% naturalized citizens)

U.S. Students of Color             10%                    19% (GMAP – 15%)
             The Fletcher Mission

To educate professionals from around the world and to
prepare them for positions of leadership and influence in the
national and international arenas.

To increase understanding of international problems and
concerns through teaching, research, and publications.

To serve local, national, and international communities in
their search to develop relationships of mutual benefit,
security, and justice in an increasingly interdependent
world.
                          Our Students
• 73 Countries represented

• Last year’s graduating students:
       42%        Public sector
       31%        Private sector
       17%        Nonprofit sector
       10%        Continued education

• 407 Full-time Master’s Students
   (includes 64 MIB, 16 LLM, 13 MA and 9
   exchange students)

• 72 Active Ph.D. students

• 63 GMAP students
 The Fletcher School Exchange Programs
The Fletcher School provides many opportunities for students to
supplement their education with joint degree and exchange
programs with some of the world's leading professional schools and
graduate programs.

•   The Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland
•   Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College
•   Hec MBA Program, HEC School of Management, France
•   Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Germany
•   Institut d'Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po), Paris, France
•   Instituto de Empresa, Spain
•   China Europe International Business School, Shanghai
•   Indian School of Business
•   Yonsei University – Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS),
    Korea
Our Alumni: Around The World
Our Alumni: At Work
        Our Alumni: 57 Fletcher Clubs…and Growing




Global groups:
*Fletcher Alumni of Color Association (FACA)
*Fletcher Women’s Network (FWN)
Services for Alumni
Visit your Alumni Website
http://fletcher.tufts.edu/alumni


                       •   Classmates
                       •   Networking
                       •   Social Media
                       •   Career Services
                       •   Library Resources
                       •   Fletcher Events
                       •   Hargens Loan
                           Forgiveness
   APSIA Schools: 34 in the United States,
            Asia, and Europe

  Primary Competitors:
• SAIS at Johns Hopkins University
• SIPA at Columbia University
• Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
• Wilson School at Princeton University
• Walsh School at Georgetown University
             The Fletcher School is Known for:
• Its first-rate faculty who operate at the nexus of theory and practice

• Being one of the leading graduate professional schools in the world;
  the first exclusively graduate school of international affairs in the U.S.

• Its multidisciplinary curriculum combining functional and regional
  approaches to traditional and emerging issues

• The intimacy of the Fletcher community

• Global innovation; i.e., the Global Master of Arts Program (GMAP),
  the Master of International Business (MIB), the Center for Emerging
  Market Enterprises (CEME), and the Master of Laws in International
  Law (LLM)

• Its caliber and diversity of its student body

• Its distinguished alumni in all sectors
The Fletcher School

     Global Innovation….
    Fletcher’s International Business Center (IBC)


               MIB Degree Program
         (Master’s of International Business)


• May 2010: first graduating class of 35

• Total enrollment is 65 students

• Approximately 55% international students

• 56% Enrollment yield
  Fletcher’s International Business Center (IBC)
                     CEME
    (Center for Emerging Market Enterprises)
• Core programs, research, and publications in:
    Enterprise Strategy ● Local Capital Markets ● Energy and
    Commodity Markets ● Inclusive Commerce ● Sovereign Wealth
    Funds
• Conferences and Roundtables from 2009-2010:
    Oct 2009: Emerging Market Local Capital Markets
    Mar 2009: Savings-Led Microfinance at The Fletcher School
    May 2009: Mobile Banking in Nairobi
    Oct 2009: Political Risk at The Fletcher School
    Nov 2010: Emerging Market Multinationals as Global Competitors
• Corporate-commissioned and foundation-funded research and
executive education projects in:
    Inclusive Finance Regulation ● Savings-Led Microfinance ●
    Sovereign Wealth Funds ● Food-Energy Tradeoffs Strategy ●
    Mobile Commerce ● Water Sovereignty ● Leadership in Emerging
    and Frontier Markets
         LL.M. Program in International Law

Enriching international legal careers through the Fletcher experience

    16 Students in the 2010-2011 class
    87% International
    38% Enrollment yield
    Applications from 35+ countries

A year long program culminating in a Capstone in Talloires, France
    Eight courses, five within the law field
    Thesis presented at the Capstone
    Language requirement
The High Table Series
     Brings top legal practitioners to Fletcher
     Networking opportunity for our LLMs
     Meets once a month
   GMAP: The Global Master of Arts Program

 The quality and community of Fletcher in a flexible format
• 35 international professionals enroll in each session (March and July)
   Average age of 40 years
   80% have 10-15 years professional experience
   50% non-US citizens

• Three terms, each with a two-week residency and eleven weeks of
Internet-mediated instruction
    Begin and end at The Fletcher School
    Midyear residency at an international site

• The Fletcher Master of Arts without relocating to Medford
   Eight courses
   Thesis
   Language requirement
                         GMAP Update

During GMAP’s tenth anniversary year, we celebrate with
  our 500+ alumni and current students around the world


    August 22 to September 3, 2010: GMAP March midyear residency
    in Brussels, Belgium

    October 15-16, 2010: GMAP @ 10 celebration in Washington, DC

    January 3-15, 2011: GMAP July midyear residency in Buenos Aires,
    Argentina
       Executive and Diplomatic Education
The Fletcher School offers customized executive & diplomatic
education in the fields of international politics, geopolitics, international
business and security. Programs include:

             •   Leading in Emerging and Frontier Markets
             •   Diplomatic Training
             •   Sustainable Development Diplomacy
             •   Cultural Change
             •   Issues in Country and Regional Management
             •   Middle East, East Asia and Russia Training Programs
             •   Energy and Environment
             •   Climate Change and Sustainable Development
             •   International Security
             •   Global Dialogue on Geopolitics, Economics, and Security
Executive and Diplomatic Education:
     Fletcher Summer Institute

Every summer The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, in
coordination with the International Center on Nonviolent
Conflict brings together 45 mid-career executives for The
Fletcher Summer Institute for the Advanced Study on
Nonviolent Conflict, an intensive week-long course on the
theory and practice of civil resistance.
  Fletcher-Specific
Campaign Information
     Fletcher’s Transformational Campaign

• Campaign driven by academic needs and institutional priorities

• Coordinated effort to engage the Fletcher community and
  strengthen philanthropic partnerships with YOU

• Comprehensive campaign: Annual Fund and Capital Gifts,
  including bequests, will count towards Fletcher’s overall goal

• Fletcher goal of $100 million – 82.4% achieved to date as of
  June 30, 2010
        Comprehensive Campaign Goals
Student Aid                                         $44.5M
 • Financial aid
 • Internships, research, academic activities

Faculty & Research                                  $42M
 • Endowed professorships – new
 • Endowed professorships – existing
 • Signature academic programs/centers/institutes

Building Renovations                                $6.5M

Annual Fund                                         $7M

Total                                               $100M
Student Aid
• Greatest strategic challenge and priority

• Positive correlation between financial aid and yield

• Fletcher student average debt of approximately $55K

• More funds are needed to attract and enroll more

   of the most desirable students from around the world

• Goal is to double the amount of current annual award which is $4M

Internships / Research / Academic Activities
Our Goal: to increase our funding of student activities in three areas to
provide a more enriching Fletcher experience for our students
        • Internships
        • Field research
        • Conference participation
Endowed Professorships
 Our Goal: to fully endow faculty chairs for both existing and new faculty
 Endowed Professorships Created Within Campaign
• Walter B. Wriston Chair in International Finance and Banking
• Constantine Karamanlis Chair in Hellenic and Southeastern European Studies
• Shelby Cullom Davis Professorship of International Business (Planned Gift)
• Henry J. Leir Professorship of Refugee and Migration Studies
• H. Jon and Betsey Rosenbaum Professorship of Commercial Diplomacy
  (Planned Gift)
• Thomas Schmidheiny Professorship in International Business

 Endowed Professorships In Progress
•   Lord Lionel Robbins Professorship of Interdisciplinarian Studies
•   Korean Studies Professorship
•   International Environment and Resource Policy Studies Professorship
•   Professorship of Diplomatic Studies
                                      Annual Fund
                                The Fletcher Fund Giving
$1,600,000


                                                                                                  $1,386,303   $1,400,000
$1,400,000                                                              $1,363,503
                                                                                     $1,342,547

                                                           $1,215,823
$1,200,000

                                              $1,048,273

$1,000,000
                                   $907,531
                        $826,995
             $779,144
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       $-
              FY03       FY04       FY05        FY06         FY07        FY08          FY09         FY10       FY11 (Goal)
                      Annual Fund
35%
             The Fletcher Fund Participation

              30%
                    29%
30%

      27%                         27%    27%                     27%
                           26%

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      FY03   FY04   FY05   FY06   FY07   FY08   FY09   FY10   FY11 (Goal)
                Fletcher and Planned Giving
     A bequest from Austin B. Fletcher led to the creation of
          The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

The Austin B. Fletcher Society
 • The Austin B. Fletcher Society recognizes those who have provided for
   Fletcher in their estate plans
Examples of Planned Gifts
 • Naming Fletcher as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance
   policy
 • A gift that provides the donor and their loved ones with income and
   ultimately distributes to The Fletcher School (a charitable gift annuity or a
   charitable trust)
 • A bequest to The Fletcher School in a will or trust
Fletcher’s Transformational Campaign
 • Many of these gifts can be counted towards Fletcher’s campaign goals
 • Gifts can be unrestricted or be designated for a particular purpose
      Global Outreach


Fletcher Marketing Campaigns
The Fletcher School Website: fletcher.tufts.edu




 • More than 65,000 unique monthly visitors; increase of 20% over past two years
 • Frequent updates featuring: blogs, video, live chats, feature writing, profiles and
 news announcements; first point-of-entry for many prospective students
 • Major update to news and content management platform arrives in early 2011
Fletcher Advertising: A New Voice for Greater Impact




 • Introduced in late 2008, Fletcher’s latest advertising campaign uses creative
 messaging to highlight unique community, brand strengths and success stories
 • Campaign will have design update in late 2010, with additional messaging
 • Online, print, local and merchandise advertising
Managing Media: Social Networks and Public Relations




 • Coverage in international media outlets has increased 60% since 2007; First-tier
 outlets include Associated Press, Reuters, CNN, Boston Globe, NPR, BBC, US News
 & World Report, The Economist
 • Frequent social media participation has allowed for redistribution of news
 coverage, announcements and point-of-pride mentions; more than 2,500 followers
 • Cost-effective campaigns to heighten awareness of Fletcher expertise and success
     Become involved

      Stay connected

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