SUNY Brockport Academic Master Planning 2020-21

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During 2020-21 SUNY Brockport will undertake an Academic Master Planning process. This will include the work of two interrelated committees; the Program Review Task Force and the Academic Innovation Task Force.  The work of the two task force groups will be directed by co-chairs who will also serve on AMP Guiding Committee.  The AMP Guiding Committee will consist of the four task force co-chairs, associate deans of each school, the Director of the Center for Graduate Studies, Vice Provost, and the Director of Institutional Effectiveness (or designee) and the Director of Assessment.  The AMP Guiding Committee will be chaired by the Provost.

Each task force will consist of 6-8 faculty or staff chosen through an open call, at least one graduate student and one undergraduate student.  Members will be chosen to ensure balance, diversity and shared governance representation. 

Program Review Task Force

Co-Chairs:
Cathy Houston-Wilson
Jeffery Lashbrook

Members:
Paula Barbel (EHHS)
Patti Follansbee (EHHS; College Senate Representative)
Chris Wilkins (EHHS)
Paul Moyer (SAS)
Eric Monier (SAS)
Jennifer Ramsey (SAS)
Pam Neely (SOBM)
Jacqueline Slifkin (SOBM)

6-8 faculty or staff, graduate student, undergraduate student. Members will be chosen to ensure balance, diversity and shared governance representation. 

Task Force Charge: Using updated and revised AMP Template review all undergraduate and graduate programs on campus. Using supplied data (from IE, Budget, SUNY and other sources), each department or program coordinator will respond to prompts related to:

  1. Centrality and Consistency with College Mission and Strategic Plan
  2. Internal Demand
  3. External Demand
  4. Instructional and Curricular Efficiency
  5. Quality of Inputs
  6. Productivity and Outcomes

The task force will then review responses and using a scoring rubric, provide weighted feedback and information on each area.  These data will then be shared with the AMP Guiding Committee. An interim report on task force progress will be submitted in December with a final report due to the AMP Guiding Committee in May, 2021.

Meeting Minutes

Academic Innovation Task Force

Chairs:
Darson Rhodes
Kathy Peterson

Members:
Darrel Deas (Community Development)
Eric DiLaura (Undergraduate Admissions)
Ashley Fico (EHHS)
Crystal Hallenbeck (Finance and Management; College Senate Representative)
Rachel Schultz (SAS)
Millie Sefranek (REOC)
Joon Yong Seo (SOBM)

6-8 faculty or staff, graduate student, undergraduate student. Members will be chosen to ensure balance, diversity and shared governance representation. 

Task Force Charge: Using trend data (local, state and national) identify areas where SUNY Brockport could create new or expand existing programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level with an emphasis on high-impact enrollment and revenue generation. The task force shall also track and report progress on new programs as they are developed, act as a resource to departments on the creation of new programs and work with College Senate and VP Daniels to streamline the proposal submission process.

While the work of this task force will be ongoing and nimble, an interim report on task force progress will be submitted in December with a final report due to the AMP Guiding Committee in May, 2021

Meeting Minutes

AMP Guiding Committee

Chair:
Provost Heyning

Members:
Darson Rhodes (EHHS)
Cathy Houston-Wilson (EHHS)
Eileen Daniel (Vice-Provost)
Frances Dearing (Director of Assessment)
Jeffery Lashbrook (SAS)
Richard Dirmyer (Director of Institutional Effectiveness)
Lerong He (SOBAM)
Alisa James (EHHS)
Michael Harrison (Office of Graduate Studies)
Monica Brasted (SAS)
Kathleen Peterson (EHHS)
Craig Ross (Cross-Divisional Budget and Facility Officer)
Rey Sia (SAS)

Membership:

  1. Four task force co-chairs, responsible for reporting the ongoing work of each task force
  2. Associate Deans – to provide guidance on each school’s areas of distinction, reporting committee work back to the schools and respective department chairs and school structure
  3. Director of the Center for Graduate Studies – to provide guidance on graduate programming and to report back to the Graduate Council on the work of the planning
  4. Vice Provost – to provide expertise on the program planning process, SUNY and NYSED regulations
  5. Director of Institutional Effectiveness – to coordinate data needs for the project
  6. Director of Assessment – to ensure review is in alignment with and does not duplicate other campus assessment activities

Charge: the AMP Guiding Committee will coordinate, provide guidance and expertise when needed and review task force work during the year. The goal of the AMP Guiding Committee will be to produce a coordinated five-year Academic Master Plan based on the work of the task forces.

Meeting Minutes

Last Updated 12/22/20

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