college of
liberal arts and sciences
U N I V E R S I T Y
O F
F L O R I D A
September 1, 2006
CLAS Fiscal Affairs
1. Focus on vision for College for future.
2. Mission oriented planning.
3. Distinctive moves that are clear, set path and
enable objectives of CLAS.
Goal
Restructure the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences -align with College & University missions.
Overall State of Affairs
CLAS Total Assets - Endowment Funds
60
54.8
50
40
36.4
37.9
32.1
30
20
10
0
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
Fiscal Year
CLAS Research Awards
50
43.9
41.5
36.5
40
35
45.2
42.3
45
$ (millions)
$ (m il l i o n s )
43.6
38.1
31.2
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
2000 2001
2001 2002
2002 2003
2003 2004
Fiscal Year
2004 2005
2005 2006
Growth
GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
2,100
2,000
2019
2005
1959
1,900
1,800
1826
1,700
1,600
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT MAJORS
1,500
1,400
15,200
1,300
13,200
1,200
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
12686
11,200
10889
9,200
11362
11791
10209
7,200
~ 59% of seats taken by majors
outside CLAS
5,200
3,200
1,200
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
Source: Fall Registrar's Reports: Distribution by College/Major/Race PGM=RM22D002
2004-05
2005-06
Faculty Hiring
Faculty Hiring
Hires
Hires
80
60
40
Retirement
20
50
57
59
-34
-34
0
-20
-40
-62
-60
-80
2003
2004
2005
Retirement
CLAS Faculty Vacancies -- Planned Searches
Budget History
Budget History
120
Expenditure (millions)
100
80
1.7
9.6
1.8
10.8
2.3
14.1
OE
OPS
Salaries
60
40
75.9
78.2
2003
2004
87.03
20
0
2005
Salaries
OPS
OE
2003
$75.9M
$9.6M
$1.7M
2004
$78.2M
$10.8M
$1.8M
2005
$87.3M
$14.1M
$2.3M
Allocation
Expenditure
$85.6M
$87.2M
$90.1M
$90.8M
$98.9M
$103.7M
CLAS Fiscal Affairs
Financial Objectives
1.
2.
3.
4.
Balance current budget.
Plan next 4 years budget.
Create a reserve (ability to respond to opportunities).
Reviews with Faculty Finance Committee.
Academic Objectives
1.
1.
2.
Promote excellence in core CLAS mission
---- invest in strategic areas.
Hire in areas that contribute to mission.
Meet undergrad. and graduate education goals
Structural Objectives
1.
2.
Streamline administrative services.
Review, and enhance, recalibrate or maintain academic
units.
Implementation: Budget Restructuring
Mission oriented:
Variable among Divisions of CLAS (Humanities, Nat. Sciences, Social Sciences)
Alignment of Base (OPS/OE) Budgets
Align OE Allocation/ Faculty/ Approp. Area
 Infrastructure needs (Lab. sciences, Centers, etc.)
Align OPS Allocation/ Approp. Area/
 Productivity (SCH & grad degree production)/ Total (Fac. + TA FTE)
 Research productivity (awards, initiatives…)
 Private Giving, Foundations
Strategic Planning…. Invest in some key areas
Guidelines for Chairs/Directors
Managing Faculty and Fiscal Resources
• Chairs: Management responsibilities:
(1) faculty assignments
(2) budget, personnel, enrollment , external relations)
• Provide departments with key mission metrics
(enrollment, graduation, grants, private giving)
• Minimum class enrollments (review with CLAS)
• Minimum class sizes for TA assignments
(Variable: Lab, discussions, etc.)
• Students need exposure to faculty at all levels
OPS Recommendations
Primary use:
• Undergraduate teaching & graduate student training
• High quality undergraduate education experience
(smaller classes, more individual teaching)
Secondary:
• Assist advising & curricular missions
–
–
–
Senior TAs to coordinate labs
Development of new curricular areas
Title VI mission: teaching & outreach
Tertiary:
• Investment to grow PhD program
• New faculty hires (RA) by negotiation
Budget Restructuring Overview
DESCRIPTION
06/07 SAVINGS
PROGRAM DIVESTITURE
DEAN'S OFFICE
STAFF RESTRUCTURING
FACULTY DEPARTURES
OPS REALIGNMENT
EXPENSE REALIGNMENT
TOTAL
30,000
440,750
572,337
836,000
240,330
511,528
2,335,675
06/07 SAVINGS
9%
RECURRING SAVINGS
30,000
19%
440,750
572,337
836,000
240,330
511,528
2,335,675
RECURRING SAVINGS
1%
17%
203,541
160,000
1,120,959
1,971,590
PROGRAM DIVESTITURE
(200,000)
(2,000) DEAN'S OFFICE
2,927,761 STAFF RESTRUCTURING
FACULTY DEPARTURES
22%
OPS REALIGNMENT
EXPENSE REALIGNMENT
32%
203,541
160,000
1,120,959
1,971,590
(200,000)
(2,000)
2,927,761
END
Space
Ustler Hall (occupation 2006)
Women’s Studies, classrooms
Dedication: September 29, 2006
Pugh Hall / Graham Center (32,000 NASF )
Private funds = $6.5M + state match + federal
(Oral History, African & Asian Languages & Literatures)
Groundbreaking: September 30, 2006
Turlington Hall
Relief space for new programs in:
European Studies, Asian Studies, new languages
CLAS Life Sciences (Future)
Biological Sciences
Howard Hughes
Medical Institute Awards
• Lou Guillette (HHMI Professor)
• Train young scientists biological
& biomedical sciences
HHMI Science for Life Program
• Under UF-Honors Program
• Transform interdisciplinary undergraduate
laboratory experience (Core Lab)
• CoEd, COM, CLAS collaboration
• International links: (FFRI; France; UK.…)
• Minority school partners (Morehouse)
Graham Center for Public Service
Major presence in Government Studies
• Public Leadership
- Create new BA/MA in Public Policy
- Internship/Washington Training Program
- Distinguished Lecturer Series
(Parliamentarians, national leaders)
• Language Learning Facility
- UF to be a center for less commonly taught languages
(Mid-East, East Asian, African)
- Training students; languages and literatures, critical
thinking, cultural studies, linguistics
• Groundbreaking ceremony: September 30, 2006
(a) The crystallographic unit cell of GM2AP showing three different conformations
(b) X-ray models of GM2AP with GM2, PAF or PG show different binding motifs.
Nanosciences (NIMET)
G. Fanucci - Structural biology, membrane proteins Ú
K. Merz - Molecular modeling, quantum bioinformatics
H. Chen - Microelectro-mechanincal systems
Biophysics
A. Petkova - Structure of B-amyloid fibrils Ù
(Alzheimers, Prion diseases)
C. Cao - Nano-crystal assemblies, biomarkers
Astronomy
•
Keck Foundation Award (Science, Nature)
J. Ge - Discoveries of Exoplanets; $875,000 grant to
develop the W.M. Keck Exoplanet Tracker
S. Eikenberry – Instrumentation astronomy, GTC
Genetics/Genomics
•
NSF Floral Genome / NSF Tree of Life
A. Hegeman - Genomics
S. Chen - Functional Genomics, plant growth
D. Oppenheimer – Gene function, cell expansion
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