Board of Overseers
September 29, 2005
NJIT STRATEGIC PLAN BALANCED SCORECARD
Perspective
Education
Research
Objectives
Metrics
Build three programs to national prominence
Arch out of state applicants and incoming student profile; No. of PhD's/3yr avg in Math, Wireless, Particulates, Neural, Nano
Produce 60 PhD degrees per three-year average in fifteen disciplines
no. PhD's, no. of disciplines
Increase enrollment in Honors College, women, and minorities
Increase graduation rate
Increase the mean SAT score for an FTFTF class of at least 750
Percent FTFTF
Graduation rate
SAT, no. FTFTF
Build three programs to national prominence
External $$, publications, external $$/faculty (except Arch), no. funded
scholars (Arch), research rank (Arch)
Strengthen three research areas
Double externally sponsored research in five years
Increase faculty recognition awards
Increase the number of licenses from university held intellectual property
External $$, external $$/faculty, publications
Externally funded expenditures/Federal expenditures
Average no. of peer awards
Average no. of peer licenses
Implement a landscaping/campus appearance enhancement plan
Reengineer administrative and academic processes
Project completion schedule, student satisfaction: buildings
Student satisfaction: overall, advisement, computer support, billing,
financial aid; HR restructuring, HR customer satisfaction
Community Enhance athletic programs and facilities
Provide intellectually stimulating on-campus events
Increase the percentage of alumni who are donors
Increase the mean SAT score for an FTFTF class of at least 750
Double externally sponsored research in five years
Increase gift revenue from private sources
Resources
Launch and complete two focused campaigns
Launch the quite phase of a capital campaign
Division reclassification: men's soccer, women's soccer, all other
No. of events & attendees, student satisfaction: campus life, cultural
events
Percent donors
SAT, no. FTFTF
Externally funded expenditures/Federal expenditures
Percent increase over previous year
Project completion schedule
Project completion schedule
Enhance athletic programs and facilities
Provide intellectually stimulating on-campus events
Division reclassification: men's soccer, women's soccer, all other
No. of events & attendees, student satisfaction: campus life, cultural
events
Implement a marketing program
Increase faculty recognition awards
No. of media mentions, US News peer assessment
Average no. of peer awards
Engagement
Scoring Definitions
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Strategic Plan implementation is proceeding well. Objectives likely to be met.
●
Strategic Plan implementation is proceeding. Objectives likely to be met with added focus on achievement of one or more objectives.
●
Strategic Plan implementation is proceeding. Objectives to be met with concerted effort to achieve one or more objectives.
Score
Strategic Plan Revision
! Become nationally recognized for attracting high achieving students from diverse
national and international populations.
•
Increase enrollment by fall of 2008
•
in the Dorman Honors College to 1 of 5 freshmen
•
of newly admitted undergraduate students, excluding undeclared, to
•
25 % women, and
•
15% African-American, and
•
15% Hispanic.
•
Enhance the diversity of the faculty to mirror the percentage of African-American,
Hispanic, and women terminal degree recipients working in academia by 2010.
•
Increase the graduation rate of first-time, full-time freshmen (FTFTF) to 55% by fall
2010.
•
For an incoming freshman class of at least 750 students, increase the mean SAT score
by 20 points by 2005.
Priority: Become nationally recognized for attracting high achieving students from diverse national and international
populations
TASK FORCE #11:
Objective: Enhance the diversity of the faculty to mirror the percentage of African-American,
Hispanic, and women terminal degree recipients working in academia by 2010.
Tactic
Who
implements it
What will be done How it will be
done
When it will be
done
Resources
required
Institute a revolving recruitment
fund for faculty from
underrepresented groups.
President
University encourages
departments to increase
faculty diversity
Begins AY 2005-2006
$200,000
Create a Standing Executive
Committee on Faculty Diversity
(CFD), chaired by the provost and
charged with coordinating NJIT’s
efforts to recruit and retain women
and minority faculty.
President
President appoints the
CFD.
Begins September of AY
2005-2006.
CFD annual budget:
$25,000.
CFD
CFD elects a university
Advocate for Faculty
Diversity (AFD).
RECRUITMENT
CFD & AFD
Identify organizations that
advocate for women and
underrepresented minorities,
establish partnerships with them,
and maintain a consistent
presence within them.
CFD, AFD
Tactics on:
Retention
Marketing
Research & Assessment
University provides
monetary incentives to
departments for
increasing faculty diversity
AFD: half release
time
The CFD establishes
targets for each
discipline and creates
discipline-specific
recruitment and retention
toolkits for each
school/college.
Provost holds each dean
accountable for
developing and
successfully implementing
a plan to reach faculty
diversity targets within the
college/school.
NJIT establishes
partnerships with
historically black and
Hispanic-serving
universities.
AFD coordinates
implementation.
Departments coach NJIT
women and minority
graduate students to
become future faculty.
Begins September 2005
[From CFD budget:
$3,500 in annual
travel grants]
Strategic Plan Progress Assessment Report
Normalized (09/08/2005)
Final
Target
Target
Baseline
Strategic Priorities /
Metric
Wt.
AchieveAchieve(FY 04)
Objectives
Date
Target
Actual
ment
ment
Strategic Priority: Enhance and enrich the quality of life of the university community and ensure a focus on the student.
Final
Final Target Target
Date
Objective: Develop and
implement a
landscaping/campus
appearance enhancement
plan, including improvement of
the interior condition of
buildings, by 2005 followed by
completion of a facilities and
infrastructure master plan by
2006. (Sr. VP Admin & Treasur
Objective: Systematically
reengineer administrative and
academic processes to
improve customer and student
satisfaction over the next five
years. (VP Academic &
Student Services, VP HR )
Project completion
schedule
50%
0%
100%
FY 09
6/30/2005
20%
20%
100%
Student satisfaction:
Condition of buildings
50%
2.99
3.24
FY 09
6/30/2005
3.04
3.08
101%
Overall Student
satisfaction
16%
3.18
3.38
FY 09
6/30/2005
3.22
3.20
99%
Student satisfaction:
Quality of advisement
16%
3.35
3.5
FY 09
6/30/2005
3.38
3.42
101%
Student satisfaction:
Support for computer
hardware & software
16%
3.20
3.35
FY 09
6/30/2005
3.23
3.29
102%
Student satisfaction:
Billing & fee payment
16%
3.32
3.42
FY 09
6/30/2005
3.34
3.24
97%
Student satisfaction:
Financial aid services
16%
3.10
3.25
FY 09
6/30/2005
3.13
3.10
99%
HR restructuring
10%
Existing1
Consultant
report
FY 05
6/30/2005
100%
100%
100%
HR Customer
satisfaction survey
10%
4.06
4.20
FY 09
6/30/2005
4.06
(Due 11/05)
NA
25%
Div. II
Div. I
FY 05
6/30/2005
100%
100%
100%
100%
25%
Div. II
Div. I
FY 06
6/30/2005
50%
50%
100%
50%
50%
Div. II
Div. I
FY 09
6/30/2005
20%
20%
100%
20%
25%
25%
3
300
12
3600
FY 06
FY 06
6/30/2005
6/30/2005
5
960
7
1800
140%
188%
25%
2.45
3.00
FY 06
6/30/2005
2.58
2.49
97%
25%
3.03
3.33
FY 06
6/30/2005
3.18
3.18
100%
Objective: Move the men’s
Men's Soccer
soccer program to NCAA
Division I status by spring 2005
as an integral part of the move
of the university’s
Women's Soccer
intercollegiate athletics
program from NCAA Division II
to Division I. (VP Academic & All other teams
Student Services)
Objective: Implement highprofile, intellectually
stimulating on-campus events
by 2005. (VP Academic &
Student Services/Dean of
Student Services)
1st Milestone FY05
# of events
# of event attendees
Student satisfaction:
Quality of campus
life
Students
satisfaction: Cultural
& social events
20%
100%
NA
Strategic Plan Progress Assessment Report
Strategic Priorities /
Objectives
Metric
Wt.
Baseline
(FY 04)
Final
Final Target Target
Date
Normalized (09/08/2005)
Final
1 Milestone FY05
Target
Target
AchieveAchieveDate
Target
Actual
ment
ment
st
Strategic Priority: Increase revenue from private sources.
Objective: Increase the
percentage of alumni donors.
(VP University Advancement)
% of alumni donors
100%
13%
18%
FY 07
6/30/2005
14%
15%
107%
83%
Objective: Increase gift
revenue from private sources,
% increase over last
exclusive of gifts-in-kind, by
7% annually for the next three year
years. (VP University
Advancement)
100%
100%
125%
FY 07
6/30/2005
107%
103%
96%
82%
Objective: Increase total
number of donors
# of donors
100%
5,269
5,674
FY07
6/30/2005
5,401
5,408
100%
95%
Objective: Successfully
launch and complete two
focused capital campaigns
within the next three years.
(VP University Advancement)
Project completion
schedule
100%
0
100%
FY 07
6/30/2005
33%
65%
197%
65%
Objective: Launch the quiet
phase of a comprehensive
Project completion
capital campaign in four years. schedule
(VP University Advancement)
100%
0
100%
FY 08
6/30/2005
5%
5%
100%
5%
123%
90%
Strategic Priority: Develop a core of nationally recognized programs.
Objective: Build three
programs to national
prominence by 2008.
(Provost/Sr VP Academic
Affairs)
Architecture**
Externally funded
research dollars
20%
100%
150%
FY 09
6/30/2005
110%
135%
Peer rank in
architecture research
20%
Actual 2003
Top 10
FY 09
6/30/2005
NA
NA
20%
97
150
FY 09
6/30/2005
110
132
120%
88%
FY 09
6/30/2005
31% and
1156
47% and
1172
126%
116%
FY 09
6/30/2005
5
7
140%
88%
# of Out of State UG
applicants for Arch3
Incoming student
profile (Top 25% HS
Rank & SAT)
# Externally funded
scholars 3
20%
20%
30% & 1154 36% & 1164
5
8
NA
NA
Strategic Plan Progress Assessment Report
Strategic Priorities /
Objectives
Mathematics**
1st Milestone FY05
Normalized (09/08/2005)
Final
Target
Target
AchieveAchieveActual
ment
ment
Wt.
Baseline
(FY 04)
Externally funded
research dollars
25%
100%
200%
FY 09
6/30/2005
120%
138%
115%
69%
Externally funded
research dollars per
faculty
25%
100%
170%
FY 09
6/30/2005
110%
126%
115%
74%
Publications (peer
reviewed)
25%
100%
125%
FY 09
6/30/2005
105%
142%
135%
114%
Three year average
3
#PhDs
25%
4
7
FY 09
6/30/2005
4
5
125%
71%
Externally funded
research dollars
25%
100%
275%
FY 09
6/30/2005
135%
67%
50%
24%
25%
100%
235%
FY 09
6/30/2005
135%
67%
50%
29%
25%
100%
125%
FY 09
6/30/2005
105%
88%
84%
70%
25%
11
14
FY 09
6/30/2005
11
12
109%
86%
25%
100%
285%
FY 09
6/30/2005
135%
43%
32%
15%
25%
100%
215%
FY 09
6/30/2005
135%
43%
32%
20%
25%
Actual
FY2004
125%
FY 09
6/30/2005
NA
NA
25%
1
2
FY 09
6/30/2005
1
1
100%
50%
Externally funded
research dollars
25%
100%
360%
FY 09
6/30/2005
150%
128%
85%
36%
Externally funded
research dollars per
faculty
25%
100%
220%
FY 09
6/30/2005
150%
128%
85%
58%
25%
100%
125%
FY 09
6/30/2005
100%
367%
367%
294%
25%
0
2
FY 09
6/30/2005
0
0
100%
0%
Metric
Wireless Communications Externally funded
research dollars per
and Networking: Electrical
faculty
and Computer Engineering**
Publications (peer
reviewed)
Three year average
#PhDs 3
Objective: Strengthen by 2005
Externally funded
three niche areas with high
potential for NJIT and the State research dollars
of New Jersey. (Dean NCE)
Externally funded
research dollars per
faculty
Advanced Engineered
Publications (peer
Particulate Materials
reviewed)
Three year average
3
#PhDs
Neural Engineering
Final
Final Target Target
Date
Publications (peer
reviewed)
Three year average
3
#PhDs
Date
Target
NA
NA
Strategic Plan Progress Assessment Report
Strategic Priorities /
Objectives
Metric
Externally funded
research dollars
Externally funded
research dollars per
Nanotechnology
faculty
Publications (peer
reviewed)
Three year average
3
#PhDs
US News peer
Objective: Develop and
implement a marketing program assessment score
Number of media
by 2005 that impacts
constituents and local, regional, mentions
and national media. (VP for
Survey results
University Advancement)
Final
Final Target Target
Date
Normalized (09/08/2005)
Final
1 Milestone FY05
Target
Target
AchieveAchieveDate
Target
Actual
ment
ment
st
Wt.
Baseline
(FY 04)
25%
100%
270%
FY 09
6/30/2005
135%
80%
59%
30%
25%
100%
150%
FY 09
6/30/2005
135%
80%
59%
53%
25%
100%
125%
FY 09
6/30/2005
105%
65%
62%
52%
25%
2
3
FY 09
6/30/2005
2
1
50%
33%
33%
2.6
3
FY 09
6/30/2005
2.7
2.7
100%
90%
33%
567
658
FY 09
6/30/2005
585
618
106%
94%
33%
64%
75%
FY 08
6/30/2005
NA
NA
NA
NA
Strategic Priority: Improve national rankings in research and intellectual property development.
Objective: Double externally
sponsored research and
development expenditures over
the next 5 years. (VP R&D)
Externally funded
research expenditure
(Direct+ICR ($
thousands)
100%
100%
200%
FY 09
6/30/2005
120%
107%
89%
54%
Objective: Increase number of
faculty recognition awards to at
least the average of a select set Average # of peer
of benchmark peer institutions faculty awards
within five years. (Provost & Sr.
VP Academic Affairs)
100%
0
6
FY 09
6/30/2005
1
1
100%
17%
Objective: Increase the number
of licenses from university held
intellectual property to at least Average # of licenses
option agreements
the average of a select set of
benchmark peer institutions
within five years. (VP R&D)
100%
9
20
FY 09
6/30/2005
11
9
82%
45%
50%
56
3
60
FY 09
6/30/2005
57
63
111%
105%
50%
13
3
15
FY 09
6/30/2005
13
15
115%
100%
Objective: Reach and maintain # of PhD graduates (3
year average)
a three-year average of 60
Ph.D. graduates per year in 15
# PhD disciplines
disciplines within five years.
Strategic Plan Progress Assessment Report
Strategic Priorities /
Objectives
Metric
Wt.
Baseline
(FY 04)
Final
Final Target Target
Date
Normalized (09/08/2005)
Final
1 Milestone FY05
Target
Target
AchieveAchieveDate
Target
Actual
ment
ment
st
Strategic Priority: Become nationally recognized for attracting high achieving students from diverse national and international population
Objective: Increase enrollment
by fall of 2008:
a) in the Dorman Honors
College to 1 of 5 freshmen
(Provost & Sr. VP Academic
Affairs)
b) newly admitted
undergraduate students(Assoc
VP Enrollment Planning) …....i)
25% women
ii) 15% African-American
iii) 15% Hispanic
Objective: Increase the
graduation rate of first-time, fulltime freshmen (FTFTF) to 55%
by fall 2010. (Provost & Sr. VP
Academic Affairs)
Objective: For an incoming
freshman class of at least 750
students, Increase the mean
SAT score by 20 points by
2005. (Assoc VP Enrollment
Planning)
% freshmen
enrollment in Honor's
college
100%
17%
20%
FY 09
6/30/2005
18%
19%
106%
95%
% of FTFT women
% of FTFT Afr.Am.
% of FTFT Hispanic
1
100%
100%
20%
9%
13%
25%
15%
15%
FY 09
FY 09
FY 09
6/30/2005
6/30/2005
6/30/2005
22%
12%
11%
18%
9%
16%
82%
75%
145%
72%
60%
107%
Graduation rate
100%
55%
55%
FY 11
6/30/2005
50%
54%
108%
98%
SAT score for FTFTF
50%
1147
1163
FY 06
6/30/2005
1150
1124
98%
97%
# FTFTF
50%
698
750
FY 06
6/30/2005
709
776
109%
103%
1: Baseline (Re-engineering HR functions) FY 03.
2: Baseline (Employee satisfaction) FY 05.
3: 3 year average
** Benchmark schools also to
be developed where data are
available directly from
universities.
(Architecture--Syracuse, RPI,
Carnegie Mellon, VPI, CUNY,
Pratt)
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