3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 1 Strategic Planning Committee - Key Performance Indicators (Initial Feedback 2/22/08) Strategic Planning Committee - Key Performance Indicators (Initial Feedback-Updated 3/1/08) Area of Strategic Focus Outcome Indicator Hits2 Hits1 Wanda w/Rnki1 Rnk2 Rnk3 Top larger grp KPIs Image Development Grad. School admission rates # # 55 1 * Hits1= data from 6 groups National scholarship finalists # # 62 4 1 * Hits2=data with larger 7th group Freshmen applicants scoring >25 on the ACT # * # 75 * 1 5 2 Rnk=only ranked data sent US News Ranking # * # 78 * 2 1 TopKPIs=top, unranked info sent Positive national media coverage # * # ## * 3 3 * = in the top five Out-of-state & international admits # # 50 * # Students from Gulf South region listing Southern Miss as preferred # 53 Faculty on editorial boards of top journals # # 58 Start-up companies founded by USM students/employees # # 38 Top tier Carnegie research status # * # 86 * 1 2 4 * National coverage of sports events # * # 71 * 3 Students elected to state and/or nat'l boards # # 31 5 Professional certification scores # # 54 * Suggested KPIs Recognition by sister institutions/organizations Building/infrastructure maintenance Depth of faculty vacancy application pool SREB category %age of freshmen in top 10% of high school graduating class Notable faculty achievements outside research Positive int’l, nat’l, reg’l or state media coverage Representation on nat'l & intern'l organizations (membership, leadership positions, etc.) National awards and honors received External grants and contracts awarded National or international publications Student and faculty presentations at national/international meetings and conferences High Retention and Graduation rates SAT rather than ACT Creation of international diversity advisory committee Positive local media coverage Variety of workshops and/or summer camps for k-12 community National distribution of promo material We are too much of a secret! 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 2 Area of Strategic Focus Outcome Indicator Hits2 Hits1 Wanda w/Rnki1 Rnk2 Rnk3 Top larger grp KPIs Faculty applicant pool – where do they come from? More outside region could mean greater reputation Campus – the facility / looks (very significant with Honors students). Out-of-state & international admits - if we have national reputation we would have at least 25% out of state students Admission rates of undergraduates to other grad schools Merged KPIs: quality of incoming students; media; service on local, national, international organizations Connection with Community Attendance at arts, athletic and cultural events # * # 97 * 1 1 * Number of endowments # # 55 * 1 4 Amount of endowments # * 28 3 * Student community service hours # 22 * Number of student internships # # 46 3 1 Hours of K-12 outreach # # 36 % of alumni giving # * # 58 * 2 2 * Faculty on local boards # # 40 3 Service learning offerings # * # 68 * 3 Participation in international programs # # 32 5 2 * # of institutional partners # # 46 4 Graduates employed in local agencies/organizations # * # 49 * Off-campus jobs created # # 38 Intellectual property fees 1 8 9 Suggested KPIs Community member participation on advisory boards # of cultural, music, info events hosted by USM Faculty/staff/administrators on local boards % of alumni in association Number of USM products in Gulf Coast retail stores # of service learning offerings on GC campus Partnerships and collaborations with local, state and federal agencies Partnerships with commercial entities Business start ups and job creation Southern Miss merchandise in local stores Highlight more service learning activities Community citizenship - use of our USM space for community and source of expert knowledge) 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 3 Area of Strategic Focus Outcome Indicator Hits2 Hits1 Wanda w/Rnki1 Rnk2 Rnk3 Top larger grp KPIs Student’s citizenship – measured through (perkins debt forgiveness Faculty citizenship – measured through (Commission on volunteer service – debt forgiveness for new faculty to reinforce their engagement in com Food purchased from local farms and aim at organic – within 100 mile radius Merged KPIs: Endowments; service 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 4 Area of Strategic Focus Outcome Indicator Hits2 Hits1 Wanda w/Rnki1 Rnk2 Rnk3 Top larger grp KPIs Top-Flight Education # or % of courses taught in "SMART" classrooms 2 # 15 # or % courses taught through enhanced technology # # 34 3 # or % of courses taught through online delivery # # 22 Number of courses delivered at Gulf Coast & other sites # 2 13 Breadth of courses delivered at Gulf Coast & other sites # 4 16 NSSE ratings 6 5 11 2 Faculty/staff retention # * # 83 * 1 * Successful advisement # # 38 2 5 Employee salaries # * # 63 * % staff completing professional development workshops 4 4 $$$ per FTE 8 1 9 Professional accreditations # * # 72 * * Maintenance schedule 2 2 Faculty/student ratio # * # 50 * 2 * Staff/student ratio 6 5 11 Faculty with terminal degrees # # 31 4 4 Minority applicants for faculty positions 4 6 10 4 Racial diversity in key leadership # # 23 Students engaged in undergraduate research # # 39 3 Graduation rate # * # 73 * 3 1 1 * Number of large inter-disciplinary research initiatives # # 35 State of the art research and practice labs for students # # 45 * * % dept. chairs completing leadership development programs 3 2 5 Average ACT scores for first-time, full-time freshmen # # 29 3 5 Faculty top-tier publications # # 33 Grants funded # # 33 Published theses/dissertations 8 1 9 Graduate/Undergraduate ratio 6 1 7 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 5 Area of Strategic Focus Outcome Indicator Hits2 Hits1 Wanda w/Rnki1 Rnk2 Rnk3 Top larger grp KPIs Suggested KPIs Student Retention International student population State of the art classrooms/facilities (technology- & furniture-wise) Student evaluations of teaching/satisfaction ratings # Minority hires for faculty positions (not applicants) # Full time faculty GC (vs. adjunct or visiting) # video conferencing rooms linking H’burg and GC # complete programs offered on GC (not just classes) Faculty/staff ratio on Coast Number of non-Mississippi students attending Southern Number of international students attending Southern Retention of students Student authorship or co-authorship of professional publications Proportion of faculty teaching as opposed to teaching assistants Admissions to Doc programs Placements/salaries of graduates Hiring minority candidates who are successful Honor code Higher salaries for junior faculty Become a laptop university % of faculty completing training on effective teaching Quality of Graduates Competitive graduate assistant budgets Competitive salary with southeastern averages Great facilities – labs, technology, ADA access ASERLS standing (peer research univ library rating) Minority hiring for faculty & administrative positions Merged KPIs: technology 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 6 Area of Strategic Focus Outcome Indicator Hits2 Hits1 Wanda w/Rnki1 Rnk2 Rnk3 Top larger grp KPIs Culture of Healthy Minds & Bodies # of programs teaching the mechanics of green practice # # 28 3 % of students/employees adhering to comp. health inventory # # 23 * Smoke-free campus # * # ## * 2 2 % students/employees participating in fitness activities # * # 88 * 2 1 4 Green spaces # * # 94 * 1 5 % students involved in intramural athletics # 7 20 participation in projects with health/mental health focus # * # 93 * 4 2 student/employee obesity # # 43 5 LEED certified facilities # # 26 * Campus Sustainability activities # # 35 1 3 1 * Tons of recycled waste # # 68 * # or % of paperless forms # # 56 # of % of health alternatives in campus vending or eateries # * # 85 * 2 * % of employees with medical insurance # # 51 1 Suggested KPIs Improved heath services Payne Center and Its activities Collaboration with local medical clinics/hospitals % of students with health insurance # of programs on alcohol/drug abuse/violence Health clinic for GC students Exercise/fitness facility for GC students # of green buildings on new GC campus # cross-disciplinary courses (nursing/social work/human perf.) CPR training Awareness of environmental and societal issues (e.g., enrollment in courses dealing with such topics) Student participation in environmental stewardship and philanthropic activities Quality of medical insurance USM vehicles electric powered Water waste issues Alternative energy sources Health Dollar balances – earned “health” dollars increase benefits or decrease costs health foods in vending machines, low fat 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 7 Area of Strategic Focus Outcome Indicator Hits2 Hits1 Wanda w/Rnki1 Rnk2 Rnk3 Top larger grp KPIs toward a “Carbon neutral” score that could measure not only how much “green” we have but how much we save by non use. (electric bills) bike lockers – campus bikes vs golf carts Shared rides for commuters The standard for biological / hazard waste disposal Merged KPIs: fitness/intramurals; sustainability 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 8 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 9 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 10 einforce their engagement in community and that of their students) 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 11 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 12 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 13 8/17/20111:41 PM 3b309a06-f8be-40bd-b7ab-979257c4cb56.xls Page 14 by non use. (electric bills) 8/17/20111:41 PM
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