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Provost Report Dr. Robert Marley Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor or Academic Affairs October Provost Report Dr. Robert Marley Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor or Academic Affairs October 15, 2015

Follow up from September 17 th meeting Question/Concern: Enrollment statistics (minorities, women). Percentage of Follow up from September 17 th meeting Question/Concern: Enrollment statistics (minorities, women). Percentage of women enrollment demographics- gaining more women, also gaining men. Percentage has not increased. Response: 2001 2015 Minority 1097 2043 22% Female 23% 286 724 6% 8%

Division Updates Division Updates

College of Arts, Sciences, and Business • Phil Whitefield (Chemistry) - $750, 000 from College of Arts, Sciences, and Business • Phil Whitefield (Chemistry) - $750, 000 from the Department of Transportation for two projects: “Demonstration of Aircraft Turbine Engine-Non Volatile PM Sampling System for the Variable Response in Aircraft NVPM Testing (Variant) 2 Campaign” and “Center of Excellence for Aerospace Particulate Emissions Reduction Research” • Nuran Ercal (Chemistry) - $42, 900 from United Therapeutics for the project entitled, “Liposomal Delivery of PDE Inhibitors and UT-15 C to Human Erythrocytes: Role in the Treatment of PAH” • Jay Switzer (Chemistry) - $840, 000 from NSF for the project entitled, “MRI: Acquisition of an Electron-beam Lithography System for Nanofabrication and Nanoscience Research and Education” • Pericles Stavropoulos (Chemistry) - $366, 000 from NIH for the project entitled, “Electrophilic Amination of Hydrocarbons via Novel Transition-Metal Nitrenes, Amidos and Nitrenoids” • Thomas Vojta (Physics) - $229, 000 from NSF for the project entitled, “Unconventional quantum phase transitions”

College of Arts, Sciences, and Business • Thomas Vojta (Physics) has been elected a College of Arts, Sciences, and Business • Thomas Vojta (Physics) has been elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society “For innovative analyses of quantum phase transitions in the presence of strong disorder”. This honor is limited to no more than 0. 5% of the societies membership each year. Thomas is the fourth member of the current physics faculty to be elected. • CASB and CEC are co-hosting an art exhibit by French artist Marie-Hélène Le Ny, in partnership with the French Ministry of Education and Research. Infinités Plurielles highlights women in STEM fields and is on display in the Curtis Laws Wilson Library through the end of this month. Special thanks to Audra Merfeld-Langston (Arts, Languages, and Philosophy) for arranging this interesting and informative event. • Department of History and Political Science was selected as the Outstanding Department in the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business. – Their research productivity, collectively, outshined their peer departments across the country, and 100% of the faculty delivered papers or presentations in 2014 that not only help to disseminate research findings, but also brought recognition to Missouri S&T

Office of Undergraduate Studies v Experiential Learning Awards & Service Learning Awards • Electronic Office of Undergraduate Studies v Experiential Learning Awards & Service Learning Awards • Electronic Nomination Form is due November 20, 2015 o 1 Faculty and 1 Staff Award per year v Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol • Electronic Nomination Form is due December 11, 2015 v Solar House • U. S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Competition • Orange County Great Park, Irvine, California • October 8 -18, 2015 Brandon Lile, Senior in Computer Science installs a kitchen exhaust fan on day 3 of the U. S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon

Office of Graduate Studies • FS 2015 Graduate enrollment: 2048 – MS/Cert: 1455 • Office of Graduate Studies • FS 2015 Graduate enrollment: 2048 – MS/Cert: 1455 • Ph. D: 593 Three Minute Thesis [& Dissertation] Competition (3 MT) – Grad students explain their T/D in 3 minutes to a panel of judges. Awards given for top 3 winners. 1 st place goes on to regional competition in Chicago in Apr. 2016 • • • “What about Grad School? ” recruiting event for S&T UG students Oct. 12 -14. Faculty encouraged to participate. Graduate Leadership Development Program (GLDP) held at UMSL Oct. 15 -16; meeting scheduled at S&T on Nov. 12 -13 Technical Editing: – 85% increase in graduate editing request submissions from FS 14 (26) to FS 15 (48) • T/D Boot Camp: – Sept. 2015 T/D Boot Camp had a student satisfaction rating of 95. 2% – Next Boot Camp: Nov. 6 -13 (limited space still available) • • • Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellowship (CDF) applications due Dec. 5 Dissertation Completion Fellowship (DCF) is now a permanent program Experience S&T (prospective domestic doctoral campus visit program) – Next visit date: Nov. 19 -20 (have prospective students apply through grad. mst. edu/visit)

Enrollment Management Student Enrollment First-time, degree-seeking college % Change 1, 489 15. 3% New Enrollment Management Student Enrollment First-time, degree-seeking college % Change 1, 489 15. 3% New Transfer 430 -6. 5% New Graduate 518 -2. 6% Out-of-state 2, 896 -3. 8% Distance or On-line 1, 008 -5. 4% International 1, 379 -9. 0% 724 2. 5% 2, 043 4. 5% 108, 514 3. 2% 8, 889 2. 9% Underrepresented Minority Female Credit Hours Total enrollment Numbers reflect enrollment as of Sept. 22, 2015

Geographic Origin of All Students - Fall 2015 Total Enrollment – 8, 889 WASHINGTON Geographic Origin of All Students - Fall 2015 Total Enrollment – 8, 889 WASHINGTON 62 NORTH DAKOTA MONTANA 11 2 1 5 OREGON MAINE MINNESOTA VT 23 WISCONSIN IDAHO SOUTH DAKOTA 4 WYOMING 33 NEBRASKA 33 UTAH 5 ILLINOIS 568 COLORADO 39 CALIFORNIA 96 24 29 17 MISSOURI 5, 986 OKLAHOMA 64 NEW MEXICO 13 14 147 7 LA DC 18 SO. CAROLINA 44 TEXAS DE 4 MD 20 13 12 6 Legend GEORGIA ALABAMA 23 23 50 or more students 7 10 – 49 students 25 ALASKA 1 - 9 students FL No students 6 Note: Geographic Origin is defined as student's legal residence at time of original admission to Missouri S&T. Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) frozen files, end of 4 th week of classes. Revised 9 -22 -15. 2 NO. CAROLINA ARKANSAS MS 1 NJ VIRGINIA 8 RI 6 DC WV KENTUCKY TENNESSEE ARIZONA 37 OHIO IN KANSAS 56 18 2 PENNSYLVANIA IOWA NEVADA MA 11 CT NEW YORK MICHIGAN 22 2 4 22 4 1 2 NH 70 PUERTO RICO 3 Armed Forces Pacific & Europe 1

Office of Sponsored Programs • Summary of FY 16 activities year-to-date (July) – Number Office of Sponsored Programs • Summary of FY 16 activities year-to-date (July) – Number of funded proposals down 21% for a total of 27 • Total dollars is $3. 7 M which is down 36% – Number of new proposals submitted is down 36% at 29 • Total dollars is $11 M which is down 29% – Number of active awards is down by 5% at 564 – Total expenditures is $3. 4 M which is up 5% – Net grant and contract expenditures is $3. 4 M which is up 5% – F&A recovered is $710 K which is down 7%

Curtis Laws Wilson Library Updates – Café on schedule to re-open 10/21 – Annual Curtis Laws Wilson Library Updates – Café on schedule to re-open 10/21 – Annual portfolio review underway. Target cut is $55, 000. August Upgrade to Inter-Library Loan service Numbers are encouraging. August, 2015: – 237 article requests – 95% fill rate of articles – 11. 5 hours, turn-around time* (*clock starts when the article is sourced and stops when PDF is delivered to S&T)