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December 8, 2009

University of the Pacific - IPC
Minutes, December 8, 2009
Library Community Room

Call to Order:  Brodnick, Duzgunes, Frederick, Gilbertson, Gong, Griego, King, Klunk, Krise, Page, Pearson, Rose, Shipp 

Not Present:  Cavanaugh, Griffen, Lackey, Leland, Perrot 

Minutes:  Minutes of November 3, 2009 were approved as distributed.

Strategic Enrollment Targets:  Brodnick explained that meetings were held with each of the Deans to establish projected enrollment targets for fall 2010.  Total enrollment is projected to increase by 100 students and graduate tuition revenue to increase the budget by $2M.

FY11 Budget Draft:  President Eibeck will attend the January 12, 2010 meeting to discuss the FY11 budget.  The discretionary funds for IPC recommendation will be approximately $1M.

Budget Presentations:
Academic Division:
 
Priority Level One Base Add
:
1.  Grad Program new faculty/Engineering
2.  ELO/UG Research/Faculty Support
3.  GA stipend budget-Eng new Mstrs
4.  Materials + 3 campus data base access
5.  Equitable Dept Chair Compensation (20% benefit rate)
6.  WID Director of Writing (30k reallocated from existing budget)
7.  ADM Rec Coord II & ops increase (28k salary, 50k ops)
8.  PACS Instructors (2)
9.  IAI-faculty director & ops budget (50k ops, 25k salary)
10. Mktng mgr/Web content developer
11. Office Coordinator
12. Admin Asst II-Grad Studies (dept funds 18.4k from soft $)

Top Priority One-Time Funding:
1.  COP Yield Program
2.  Academic Dir for Social Entrepnshp MA program
3.  Service Learning Fellow
4.  Div Course Dev Fellow & Seminar (34k ops, 16k salary)
5.  TSP/Media Services to full time
6.  Innovation Grant Fund-stipends
7.  GA for Retention Analysis Network & Inst Rsch (stipend)
8.  Int'l Law
9.  Nat Res Inst salary & ops
10. Civil Eng new faculty
11. Student Retention Program
12. Adj Faculty Computer Sci GE
13. Div Coord/Inter-American Fac Administrator
14. Ed-PT Innovation Initiative

OIT Budget Priorities:
1.  Mandatory Operational Sustainability
2.  Institutional Priority to Improve Fundraising
3.  Business Intelligence (advanced reporting)
4.  Classroom Technology
5.  Risk Mitigation
6.  Video Support
7.  Document Management

Student Life Division:
Cross-Division & University-Wide Funding Requests
:
1.  MOVE (First-Year Experience) Program Support
2.  Transfer Faculty Advisory Stipends
3.  Pacific Alert Team Emergency Supplies
4.  Director of Women's Center & Women's Programs
5.  Campus Phone/Speaker Emergency Notification System 

Division Requests:
1.  Licensed Staff Psychologist
2.  Advisory Board SEC Annual Support & Symposium
3.  Grant Writer
4.  Administrative Assistant II Student Academic Support Services
5.  Internship Position Chaplain's Office
6.  Program Coordinator Chaplain's Office
7.  NACELink (Tiger Jobs) CRC
8.  Alternative Spring Break Community Service & Cultural Emersion Program CCI
9.  Program Support Pacific Rowing
10. Electronic Parking Ticket Dispensers Public Safety
11. Book & Food/ Board Stipends for high need students CIP

Committee discussed funding for transfer advisor stipends, grant proposal preparation, access to grant writers to assist with Student Life proposals and how Research & Graduate Studies could assist with contracting of grant writers.

Adjourned:  4:03 p.m.

Next Meeting:  January 12, 2010; 2:00-4:00 p.m.; Library Community Room