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Provost Organizational Updates and Town Hall Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Carole Van Camp
04:17
Hi, could someone post the link again? It may not show up for those of us who logged on after the initial post.
Laurie Patterson
04:39
https://uncw.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9shv7NHO6gKRVCS
Carole Van Camp
04:44
Thanks!
Lisa Anne Bove
05:48
I guess I joined after the discussion about the link. What is the link for?
Adam Jones
05:51
I plan to unmute just so you can hear me enjoy my Orange chicken! Lol
Christopher Finelli
06:58
https://uncw.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9shv7NHO6gKRVCS
Ana Barrios Sosa - UNCW
07:29
Hi Lisa - its a feedback survey for content that will be covered
Lisa Anne Bove
13:09
Thank you.
Derrick Miller (he)
39:07
What is a high impact pathway?
Derrick Miller (he)
39:21
*pathway* vs practice
Paul Townend
39:53
Pathways really are clusters of practices...
Colleen Reilly
40:17
Like the clusters that we used to have in University Studies?
James DeVita
42:09
@Derrick - HIPS Council is considering a model of intentionally scaffolding practices into pathways so that we can better account for the ways in which students engage in practices throughout their undergraduate experience
Colleen Reilly
53:05
@James Do these pathways involve/constitute a change in curriculum? I ask as the chair of USAC…
James DeVita
54:17
The HIPS Council is working on the development of a proposed model that we will bring to campus for discussion about how it is taken up by the campus. We will not be proposing any curricular changes from our work.
Marilyn Sheerer
55:04
a chief of staff? additional administrative support
Colleen Reilly
56:38
@James Will these pathways be incorporated into the degree audit or transcript?
Samuel Murrell
57:24
What will be the budgetary impact of the reorganization?
Jeanine Minge
57:46
@Colleen, The HIPS council will bring forward a model and will be working with USAC to work through all of these concerns and ideas.
mollenauerl@uncw.edu
57:47
Maybe I missed this, but where does OIDI fit into the new structure?
Carol McNulty
57:55
https://uncw.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9shv7NHO6gKRVCS
James DeVita
58:02
Good question Colleen. There is hope that we would want to use the model to tag courses and experiences that could be recognized on campus. Again anything we propose will be shard with campus for feedback and discussion before we move forward with any of those action items, though.
Joanne Halls
58:37
a key factor is to not have admin bloat but from your slides it appears there are added admin positions at very high (expensive) levels?
Stephen Meinhold
59:05
Would love to see a current AA total personnel spend and a total spend after the proposed changes.
Derrick Miller (he)
01:01:16
Thanks for considering my *pathways* question, all. I look forward to hearing more about these curriculum ideas in Faculty Senate, and discussing them there.
James DeVita
01:01:59
absolutely Derrick! this work will need to go through Faculty Senate, USAC, Student Affairs, and others as it evolves
Colleen Reilly
01:02:22
Thank you, Jamie. The pathways do sound a lot like the interdisciplinary clusters that used to be part of University Studies
Philip Gerard
01:07:59
I am very glad to see that there is a studied rationale behind this reorganization. In the past, we have seen one reorganization after another that has often served only to churn and confuse. Can we be confident that this new structure will endure long enough to measure its efficacy?
Rich Ogle (he/him/his)
01:08:15
Turning in the report on Friday next week. Chairs will review early next week.
Kimberly Harris
01:09:39
Would you be willing to describe in more detail the proposed structure for Graduate and Undergraduate Admissions? Does 'Office of Admissions' on the slide Functional Area #2 include both graduate and undergraduate admissions? Or will Graduate Admissions still be part of the Graduate School?
Rich Ogle (he/him/his)
01:10:56
Yes, the CAS discussion is exploratory and a completely different process.
Anne Pemberton
01:11:31
Will this likely drive the selection of the QEP topic?
Andrew Ryder (he/him/his)
01:12:55
This is a lot to take in. We’re heading into the weekend and the survey is due in a week on a university holiday. So people may absorb and reflect to provide quality input, why not ask for feedback by April 9?
Philip Gerard
01:14:36
There was a plan a few years ago to audit all UNCW’s computer programs—many of which have never been as compatible as advertised. Others, such as the graduate admissions software, work poorly on Macs and is overly complicated and non-user friendly. That audit was never, to my knowledge, conducted. This would be an excellent time to do so.
Andrew Ryder (he/him/his)
01:14:38
Works for me!
wilders
01:15:41
This might be a silly question. But what is the difference between University Studies and University College. Right now it appears they are together but in your future plan they would be in two separate groups.
Curry Guinn (he/him/his)
01:19:06
Would you mind elaborating again on the relationship between your office and OIDI? Which direct reports to the Provost would be related to diversity, inclusion, and equity?
Jess Boersma
01:20:21
Thanks for all your leadership, Paul!
Philip Gerard
01:20:57
I second that, Paul.
Dave Glew
01:21:13
+1 to thanks to Paul.
boltonk@uncw.edu
01:21:13
It is clear that a lot of work and thoughtfulness went into making these decisions. I am curious what you anticipate as some of the key benefits/positive change both faculty and staff will notice in the next year as this pans out?
Michelle Scatton-Tessier (she/her)
01:22:18
Paul, always appreciate your commitment and expertise in Curriciulum building and revision! Merci.
Nancy Holland
01:23:46
Thank you Provost Winebrake!!
Ana Barrios Sosa - UNCW
01:24:46
Thank you!
Frederick Holding
01:24:53
Thanks for the time and space for this presentation and discussion.
Amanda Parham
01:24:54
Thank you!
Chris Hughes
01:24:55
Thank you for a very clear presentation.
Carol McNulty
01:25:03
https://uncw.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9shv7NHO6gKRVCS
Lisa Pipkin (UNCW)
01:25:18
Thank you for this presentation. Have a great weekend all!
Dr. Kristen DeVall
01:25:38
Thank you!
Suzy Diggle
01:25:57
Thank you