Academic Master Planning Process — Call for Task Force Members
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 College seeks six to eight faculty or staff to serve on each task force. Members will be chosen to ensure balance, diversity, and shared governance representation. Additional information on the charge of each task force is listed below.
If you are interested in volunteering to serve on either committee, please fill out the short self-nomination form linked below
Program Review Task Force (PRTF):
Chairs: Jeff Lashbrook and Cathy Houston-Wilson
Charge: Review all undergraduate and graduate programs on campus. Using supplied data (from IE, Budget, SUNY, and other sources), the PRTF will oversee a process of review where 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. Financial Analysis and Instructional Efficiency
5. Quality of Inputs
6. Productivity and Outcomes
The PRTF force will then review responses and using a scoring rubric, provide weighted feedback and information on each area. 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.
Academic Innovation Task Force (AITF):
Chairs: Kathy Peterson and Darson Rhodes
Charge: Using trend data (local, state, and national) the AITF will 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 Dr. Eileen Daniel 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
posted by aoconnor [2020-09-14]