Empowering Excellence in CALS Graduate Programs

Empowering Excellence in CALS Graduate Programs

Empowering Excellence in CALS Graduate Programs CALS Faculty (FTE) 400 344 332 Formation of COS (-44 FTE) 294 300 278 269 274 Faculty TT 200 10080 83 31 34 0 0

0 62 66 67 23 22 21 0 0 0 Faculty NTT 66 Administrators TT 19 0 Growth/National Impact 1200 2012/13; 1022 2014/15; 1011 2014/15; 3.64

2015/16; 2015/16; 1026 3.81 Students or faculty (no.) 2013/14; 922 2.97 800 2012/13; 3.08 4.00 1009 3.68 3.50 2013/14; 3.14 3.00 2.50 600 2.00 400 344 2012/13; 332 1.50 2013/14; 294 2014/15; 278 2015/16; 269

274 1.00 200 0.50 0 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Graduate students 2014/15 TT Faculty 2015/16 Students/Faculty 0.00 2016/2017 Students/ faculty (no.) 1023 1000 4.50 Growth/SE Region Impact Our Goal is to be in the top 2 in the Southeast Regional

University Comparison Rank Undergraduate MS NT MS PhD Total grads TT NTT Grad/TT Faculty 1. NC State 2405 643 366 1009* 274 2. Univ. Florida 4275

742 629 1371 425 3. Virginia Tech 2803 256 254 510 211 131 2.42 4. Clemson Univ. 1810 157 101 258

113 26 2.28 5. Univ. Tenn. 1446 237 237 107 10 2.21 6. Univ. Georgia 1455 475 475 222 357 2.14

66 3.68 3.23 Growth/National Impact Our Goal is to be in the top 5 in the United States Aspirational University Comparison Rank Undergrads MS NT MS PhD Total grads TT NTT Grad/TT Faculty 793 1345

320 110 4.20 1035 276 1. Texas A & M 6427 2. UC Davis 7343 3. NC State 2405 643 366 1009* 274 4. Univ. Wisconsin 3384

218 620 838 239 3.51 5. Univ. Florida 4275 742 629 1371 425 3.23 6. Iowa State 4657 428 310 738

253 57 2.92 7. Cornell 3569 157 135 573 865 349 285 2.48 8. Purdue 2736 675 675 301 2.24

9. Michigan State 3967 621 285 2.18 10. Ohio State 3399 496 310 552 1035 266 496 355 3.75 66 12 3.68 1.60

Types of Graduate Degrees Master of Professional Science non-thesis Master of Science thesis PhD dissertation Most degrees are on campus. Some programs have a distance education non-thesis degree. Role of Graduate Students Research Teaching assistants for many courses, ranging from supporting a faculty member to running a section of the course Extension experience, support the extension programs for many faculty Bring fresh ideas and energy to faculty programs and departments Student Expenses for 2018/2019 2018-19 NC Residents Out-of-State Residents Tuition & Fees

$11,494 $27,982 Books & Supplies $854 $854 Housing $8,802 $8,802 Meals $4,364 $4,364 Most MS and PhD students are on assistantships Assistantship varies greatly based on department, program and professor Ranges from a minimum of $8000 to a high of $30,000 Most graduate students do not pay tuition, some pay fees. Faculty Expenses Assistantship If assistantship is paid on departmental, college or university funds:

Tuition is paid by university Tuition is actually paid, not waived as with other universities If assistantship is paid by ag foundation, grants or other external funds: In-state tuition paid by faculty 25% of out-of-state tuition paid by faculty Faculty Expenses Some faculty pay fees for their students, others expect the students to pay for them. Research expenses Professional development expenses (meetings, etc.) Long-term Graduate Plan (Fall 2018) Increase financial support Increase college-level recruiting for selected programs Increase professional development opportunities Increase percentage of under-represented students Improve metrics Update graduate programs Increase support for faculty, DGPs, and Graduate Administrative Assistants Develop assessment plan Fellowships and Assistantships

Coordinated by CALS Provost Fellowships ($23,000 for first year, 7 available for CALS PhD) Ward Doctoral Fellowship ($3,000 for first year, 1 available for CALS PhD) CALS Diversity Fellowship ($5,000 for first year, 1 available for CALS MS or PhD) CALS Assistantship Assistance Program (MS: $19,000 or PhD: $21,000) Miscellaneous CALS Funding for Assistantships ($7.65 million per year supporting 379 students) Academic Programs Advancement Campaign Full-ride fellowships for graduate students Professional development programs Study Abroad experiences Internship experiences Graduate program enhancements CALS Graduate Programs Immediate Needs Funds for Fellowships and Assistantships Funds for Professional Development Funds for Program Enhancements Thank you!

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