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Transition Advisory TeamIMMERSION WorkshopFebruary 7, 2013 | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Energy, Coast and Environment Building Conference RoomDr. William Jenkins, Interim President, LSU SystemHank Danos, Chairman, LSU Board of SupervisorsINTRODUCTIONS AND OBJECTIVESTodays ObjectivesToday the Transition Advisory Team will beginDeveloping a vision for a world class universityIdentifying elements critical to remaining competitive in the higher education environment of the future

The vision and basic tenets for LSU will begin to shape the foundation of the Transition Advisory Teams first report to the Board of Supervisors on March 15.3Dr. Christel SlaughterSSA ConsultantsWHY MUST HIGHER EDUCATION UNDERGO TRANSFORMATION? Disruptive TransformationsSignificant periodic transitions that are highly disruptive to an industry or economic sectorBrought on by: new technology, consumer needs/demand, and cost pressuresMany examples in our lifetime include:MediaFinancial InstitutionsHealthcare5Higher Education TransformationWhy?6Cost Trend is Not SustainableTodays institutions of higher education are extraordinarily complex organizations with significant resources tied up in overhead and administrative costs. Three decades of 6 percent to 7 percent annual price increases have put college beyond the means of most families (without substantial grants and/or resorting to substantial student loans).*

*Deloitte: Disruptive Innovation Case study: Transforming Higher EducationHigher Education TransformationWhy?7Consumer Demand is Growing and ChangingThe high school diploma has been supplanted by the college degree as the ticket required for economic advancement. The income advantage offered by a college degree is double what it was a generation ago.*The number of non-traditional students is growing.Individuals are in need of affordable paths to qualifications necessary for economic advancement, resulting in a untapped market.

*Stuart M. Butler: The Coming Higher-Ed RevolutionHigher Education TransformationWhy?8New TechnologyOnline learning offers significant potential for higher education to transform its basic business model. New technology is increasing the number of disruptive entrants in the higher education market such as DeVryWestern Governors UniversityMITs OpenCoursewareLSUs Transformation Imperatives9Refocus energy and resources on academicsDevelop and leverage alternative revenue sourcesServe the economic and workforce development needs of the state and studentsImprove quality through innovative delivery models and collaborative researchDr. Jim Firnberg INTRODUCTION OF DR. STAN IKENBERRY BEST PRACTICES IN HIGHER EDUCATION TRANSFORMATION

Dr. Stan Ikenberry

LUNCHDr. Christel SlaughterSSA ConsultantsDISCUSSION: UNIVERSITIES OF INTERESTUniversities of Interest14University of Pittsburgh (Pitt)The Ohio State University (OSU)Arizona State University (ASU)Pennsylvania State University (Penn State)Texas A&M University (TAMU)

ENROLLMENTLSU and Peer University Total Enrollment16Pitt Enrollmentn = 35,33017OSU Enrollmentn = 63,05818ASU Enrollmentn = 73,37819Penn State Enrollmentn = 95,28620TAMU Enrollmentn = 120,37921LSU Enrollmentn = 44,15922REVENUETotal RevenueIn thousands24Revenue as Reported by University25EXPENSESTotal ExpensesIn thousands27Expenses28ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTUREPitt Officers30

Pitt Chancellor31

Pitt Provost32

Pitt Provost Other33

OSU University Leadership34


Penn State Executive VP and Provost36

Penn State Administrative37

TAMU System38


ObservationsNo single best practice approachAll universities have one strong research oriented university campusMany have specialized and remote campusesRemote campuses tend to be satellite, technical, or feeder campusesSome movement toward higher accountability for results40Group DiscussionVISIONGroup DiscussionTENETSGroup DiscussionSUB-COMMITTEE MEETING STRUCTURE AND STATUS UPDATE Transition Advisory TeamProposed MeetingsTuesday, February 19, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., LSU System Building Board RoomTuesday, March 5, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., LSU System Building Board RoomTuesday, April 16, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., LSU System Building Board RoomTuesday, May 21, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., LSU System Building Board RoomTuesday, June 18, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., LSU System Building Board Room

Proposed SpeakersGordon GeeJeff SelingoWalter Isaacson44Sub-CommitteesEach Sub-Committee will meet no less than three times and have at least one of those meetings outside of Baton RougeAll Sub-Committee meetings will be open to the publicLocal and national subject matter experts will be invited to speakTestimonies from other relevant individuals will be heardSub-Committees and the Transition Advisory Team will use online surveys to gain additional input from students, faculty, and staffSSA Consultants will schedule meetings and locations, provide a facilitator and scribe to capture information, and help the co-chairs draft a report of recommendations that will be presented to the Transition Advisory Team and ultimately the LSU Board of Supervisors45Dr. Christel SlaughterSSA ConsultantsNEXT STEPSADJOURNMENT