2014-04-25 Faculty Meeting - Education IT

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Faculty Meeting
April 25, 2014
Agenda
MEETING OF THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
April 25, 2014, 9:00 – 10:30 a.m., LWSN 1142
1. Welcome – M. Santos de Barona
2. *Approval – Minutes of the January 24, 2014 Faculty Meeting
3. Introduction of New Faculty and Staff
4. Dean’s Report to the Faculty
5. *Reports of Standing Committees
6. *New Business
7. Adjournment
* Action Items
Approval of Minutes
Faculty Meeting Minutes
January 24, 2014
Introductions
Academic Services
Meet Our New Colleagues
Introductions
Meet Our New Colleagues
Angela White
Degrees Held/Universities Attended
• BA in history from Wayne State University, Detroit
• Currently working on Masters of Library and
Information Science online, Wayne State University
Recent Professional Experience
• Technology and library aid for Tippecanoe School
Corporation; taught Library and Computer Lab to
special K-5.
Professional Interest: I have a pet project for
website creation and design for rural libraries in Indiana
without a web presence. I am taking an HTML5 class right
now.
Hobbies/Interests:
Secretary
Academic Services
• Reading
• Gardening
• Some painting (I have a painting that I did myself
hanging in my office)
• General craftiness (i.e. sewing, knitting, jewelry making)
• All things nerd (comic books, video games, super
heroes, Dr. Who, etc.)
Introductions
Dean’s Area
Meet Our New Colleagues
Introductions
Meet Our New Colleagues
Nick Coma
Degrees Held/Universities Attend
•
BS from the College of Technology from Purdue
Recent Professional Experience:
•
•
Interned at Tattoo Projects, HNTB
Worked as graphic designer for Asterisk Creative
Professional Interest:
•
Web and Graphic Design
Hobbies/Interests:
•
Web Media Specialist
Wake Boarding, slalom skiing, playing video
games and making art
Introductions
Gena Cox
Meet Our New Colleagues
Recent Professional Experience:
•
•
Krannert School of Management - 7 years;
Biomedical Engineering - 3 years; Admissions
Department - 3 years
Gena has worked at Purdue for 13 years. Her
mother, Jane Flora, worked in Beering Hall for
many years. Working her now, Gena says she
feels like coming home.
Professional Interest: Working at Purdue
University and the opportunities provided; such as
classes, workshops and various other opportunities
provided on campus.
Hobbies/Interests:
•
•
Secretary
CATALYST
•
Spending time with her husband and her three
grown children, two who are Purdue grads, and
her two grandsons
Gena farms, volunteers in her community, and
participates in 4-H/Ag programs
She enjoys learning new things, and going on
adventures
Dean’s Report
Maryann Santos de Barona
Dean
ADVOCACY
LEARN Coalition
 Day on the Hill meetings
offices of Reps Brooks,
Buschon, Messser, Rokita
 Senate Appropriations
Committee
IES: John Easton
NSF: Joan Ferrini-Mundy &
Barbara Olds



Indiana Legislation

HB 1388



public testimony
craft language
Frisbie is awesome!
LEARNING
Alignment
with Purdue
Core
Curriculum
Recruitment
Legislation
Accreditation
New
Programs
LEARNING
Awards
ENGAGEMENT
Stronger
Partnerships
STEM
Initiatives
In Planning
Stages
• IDOE
• PEC
• Wabash
Valley
Education
Center
• School
corporations
• STEM Road
Map
• STEM Goes
Rural
• Radio Disney
• Lilly Planning
Grant
• Strategic
Partnerships
• Engagement
Fellows
• PD Portal
GLOBAL AFFAIRS
• 3 Study Abroad SAIL grants
• Involved in Purdue’s Strategic Partnership in
Colombia
• Christie Vilsack’s visit
• Benjamin Franklin Institute
• Developing International Development proposal
EXTERNAL FUNDING ACTIVITY
SPS Sponsored Program Data for COE
• Across campus, we have
been part of about
$11.5 million in awards.
Official SPS Award Data
60
55.8
51
50
Number / Dollars (millions)
• Awards to date for the
current year stand at
about $4 million (2nd
best of past 5 years with
a quarter still to go).
42
40
30
Proposals
34
32
31
Proposal $
23.9
16.9
20
13.9
10
4.9
3.3
12.2
3.7
2.3
4.0
0
2009-10
• Keep up the great work!
14
2010-11
2011-12
Fiscal Year
2012-13
2013-14
College of
Education Awards
ACCOMPLISHMENTS THIS YEAR
Faculty Development and Support
• College Faculty Mentoring Committee established, and early
career faculty members linked with mentors
• Conference travel support program made available to all faculty,
grant incentives increased, and faculty development for
developing online courses offered in fall
• Launch the Future Seed Grant program developed to target
strategic initiatives in STEM education and diversity/social justice;
three proposals funded in the first round:
• Eric Deemer & Brenda Capobianco
• Carol Hopkins &Trish Morita-Mullaney
• Helen Patrick & Youli Mantzicopoulos
15
ACCOMPLISHMENTS THIS YEAR
Collaborative Research
Environment
• Interdisciplinary collaborations
initiated in response to Launch the
Future program
• Undergraduate research activities
featured more prominently on
college website
• New Collaboration Corner (BRNG
6104) opened and has been getting
regular use
16
ACCOMPLISHMENTS THIS YEAR
Graduate Recruitment and Support
• New Dean’s Graduate Research Assistant Seed Grant
Program was launched in the fall; six academic year
graduate assistantships were funded for 2013-14
• Plans for institutionalization of college support for graduate
assistantships going forward
• Additional donor funding for support of graduate student
travel will be available in the coming year
17
FACULTY HIRES
• Paul
Asunda
• Matt
Brodhead
• Ming Ming
Chiu
• Matt
Della Sala
• Amy
Gaesser
STEM CLUSTER EDCI
– TECHNOLOGY
SPECIAL
EDUCATION–
AUTISM CLUSTER
HICKS
PROFESSOR
EDUCATIONAL
LEADERSHIP
SCHOOL
COUNSELING
• Selcen
Guzey
• Rachel
Roegman
• Aaron
Rogat
STEM CLUSTER
EDCI
– BIOLOGY
EDUCATIONAL
LEADERSHIP
POSTDOC
RESEARCH
ASSOCIATE
EDST
EDST
• Ann
Traynor
• Wayne
Wright
MEASUREMENT EDST
COOK
PROFESSOR
EDST
EDST
• Toni
Rogat
EDST
LEARNING
SCIENCES
• Minjung
Ryu
EDST
• Stephanie
Zywicki
EDCI
CURRICULUM
STUDIES
EDST
EDCI
STEM CLUSTER EDCI
– CHEMISTRY
RETIREMENTS
Roslynn Bol
Maribeth Schmitt
Sidney Moon
Sydney Zentall
Reports of Standing Committees
Nominations and Elections
Committee
Youli Mantzicopoulos, Chair
Reports of Standing Committees
SLATE OF NEW COMMITTEE MEMBERS, 2014-2015
AWARDS
CURRICULUM
At-Large – Marilyn Hirth
EDCI – JoAnn Phillion
FACULTYL AFFAIRS
GRADE APPEALS
At-Large – Ayşe Çiftçi
EDCI – Jake Burdick
EDST – Yukiko Maeda
Alternate EDST – Youli Mantzicopoulos
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS
None
EDST – Yan Ping Xin
New Business
Approval of Candidates
Teresa Taber Doughty, Associate Dean
 May 2014
 August 2014
Adjournment
College of Education
Awards Ceremony
Congratulations to all of
our honorees
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