• 2013 Faculty Conference: campus update

      Parker, Terence E.
      This presentation includes a short summary of previous updates but then concentrates on faculty hiring and strategic planning. The new mission, vision and values are presented along with critical questions for fleshing out the strategic plan. A strategic planning timeline is also shown.
    • 2013 Faculty Conference: faculty senate update

      Carr, Lincoln D.
      This presentation provides an overview of faculty senate objectives, presents an organization chart showing how the senate interacts with other committees, lists the 2013/2014 senators, lists 2012/2013 activities and lists 2013/2014 ongoing initiatives and goals.
    • 2013 Faculty Conference: foundation update

      Winkelbauer, Brian
      This presentation gives an overview of the Foundation's mission, a summary of 2013 fundraising, a past view of previous fundraising campaigns and describes the current effort: Transforming Lives.
    • 2013 Faculty Conference: Office of Research and Technology Transfer update

      Poate, J. M.
      This presentation includes charts of research dollars by fiscal year, the distribution of fiscal year 2013 research sponsors and research awards by college. The update also highlights new research initiatives and grand challenges.
    • 2013 Faculty Conference: student life update

      Fox, Daniel
      This presentation gives a summary of student information. The follwowing topics are included: 1) a 5-year summary of the number of incoming and transfer students and SAT/ACT scores, 2) 2013 demographics, 3) 3-year undergraduate enrollment numbers, 4) advanced placement credit distribution and 5) highlights from CASA and faculty.
    • 2014 Faculty Conference: emerging national concerns for higher education

      Parker, Terence E.
      This presentation gives an overview of the current challenges to higher education, including the decline of state funding and the nationwide rise in tuition; shaping forces of the future such as accountability, enrollment competition, changing business practices, and compliance concerns; and the ways in which CSM is poised to respond to these challenges and forces as part of the ongoing effort to execute the long-term strategic plan.
    • 2014 Faculty Conference: faculty senate overview

      Knauss, Daniel M.
      This presentation provides an overview of faculty senate objectives, presents an organization chart showing how the senate interacts with other committees, lists the 2014/2015 senators, notes the previous year's activities, and outlines ongoing initiatives and goals.
    • 2014 Faculty Conference: foundation update

      Winkelbauer, Brian
      This presentation gives an overview of the Foundation's mission and responsibility, a campaign development summary report for 2014, and a list of recent fundraising successes.
    • 2014 Faculty Conference: investment in the campus for excellence

      Volpi, Kirsten M.
      This presentation outlines the underlying goals of the four main areas of investment in excellence for the campus: 1) enhance the distinctive identity and reputation of Mines, 2) build upon a student‐centered culture of excellence, inclusion, diversity and community, 3) build and diversify revenue streams and auxiliary enterprises, and 4) develop and support infrastructure and processes to match Mines' aspiration to become a top-tier engineering and science institution.
    • 2014 Faculty Conference: Office of Research and Technology Transfer update

      Honeyman, Bruce Donald
      This presentation illustrates ways in which the Office of Research and Technology Transfer supports the various goals of the Mines strategic plan. It includes charts of research award dollar amounts since 2002 and the amount of awards by sponsor in fiscal year 2014. The update highlights current research outreach and major initiatives, technology transfer activities, and the establishment of research data services on campus.
    • 2014 Faculty Conference: strategic plan status update

      Parker, Terence E.
      This presentation includes a short summary of Mines' mission, vision, and values, and an overview of the boundaries and long term aspirations of the strategic plan. The main goals of the strategic plan are outlined, along with their supporting initiatives. A short timeline of dates critical to the plan and the need for campus participation in the execution of the strategic plan are also presented.
    • 2014 Faculty Conference: student life update

      Fox, Daniel
      This presentation gives a summary of student information and emphasizes its link with the Mines strategic plan. The following topics are included: 3-year undergraduate enrollment numbers; 2014 demographics; addressing affordability; a 3-year summary of enrolling students' SAT/ACT scores and high school class ranking; advanced placement credit distribution; 3-year undergraduate retention statistics; and highlights from CASA and faculty.
    • 2014 Faculty Conference: teaching and innovative learning center

      Terry, Colin
      This presentation outlines the development of a teaching and innovative learning center, including the impetus for its creation, the roles it will fill and functions it will provide, and a timeframe for its progress.
    • 2014 Faculty Conference: the emerging problem of compliance on campus

      Boyd, Thomas M.; Flintoft, Rebecca
      This presentation gives an overview of the emerging problem of compliance for higher education, including: the number of statues and regulations associated with areas of higher education; examples of compliance requirements for the Department of Defense Tuition Assistance Program, the Center for Disease Control contract awards, and overall government export controls; and the various policies and acts governing awareness, prevention and reporting of sexual violence on campus. Campus compliance and policy resources for faculty are also highlighted.
    • Mines and the research game

      Poate, J. M.
      This presentation provides a summary of Mines research in terms of strategy and players, a status update, the future and its challenges. Included are annual research expenditure for 2004-2012 and technology transfer growth over the last five years. This presentation was given for a President's Council Alumni update and for the Foundation Board of Governor's meeting.