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 Advisory Boards 

 

SPOTLIGHT

ACTION   
Academic programs will create advisory boards comprised of employers in the profession. (AA)

MEASURE
Number of programs with advisory boards.

BASELINE   
College of Education total (5); 1 for college; 4 for departments; only Sport Management does not have an advisory board. (2003); College of Business, Information, Social Sciences total (4), 4 for departments, only Political Science Department does not have an advisory board. (2003) College of Health, Environment, and Science total (4) (2003) College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts total (0).
(2003)

UPDATE   
College of Education total (6); 1 for college; 5 for departments; only Sport Management does not have an advisory board. (20 04) College of Business, Information, Social Sciences total (4), 4 for departments, only Political Science Department does not have an advisory board. (2004) College of Health, Environment, and Science total (5) including departments of Exercise and Rehabilitative Sciences, Mathematics, Parks and Recreation, Nursing, Physical Therapy.  (2004) College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts total (0). HFPA is to identify advisory board.
(2004)
               
UPDATE
College of Education total (6), all six departments have advisory committees, with two college boards. College of Business, Information, Social Sciences total (5) all five departments have advisory boards. College of Health, Environment and Science total (14) all nine departments have advisory committees with five college boards.  College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts total (8) all eight departments have advisory boards.
(2005)

UPDATE  
College of Education total (6), all six departments have advisory committees, with two college boards; College of Business, Information, and Social Sciences now have a total of (6) six advisory boards within the departments:  Communication, Computer Science, Political Science, School of Business, Social Work and the newly formed advisory board for Criminology; College of Health, Environment and Science total (14) all nine departments have advisory committees with five college boards; and College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts all (8) eight departments have advisory boards.  An external Dean’s Advisory Board, which will function as a development vehicle for the Kaleidoscope Regional Arts Festival, is being formed in Summer 2007.
(2006)

UPDATE 
College of Education, all six departments have advisory committees, with two college boards; College of Business, Information, and Social Sciences now have a total of six advisory boards within the departments. Communication, Computer Science, Political Science, School of Business, Social Work and the newly formed advisory board for Criminology. The School of Business is revitalizing their advisory board activities this Spring; College of Health, Environment and Science has a total of fourteen advisory committees; and College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts, all eight departments have advisory boards. An external Dean's Advisory Board, which will function as a development vehicle for the Kaleidoscope Regional Arts Festival is on hold pending discussion with the Division of Advancement.
(2007)
   
UPDATE  
College of Education, all six departments have advisory committees, with two college boards; College of Business, Information, and Social Sciences now have a total of six advisory boards within the departments; College of Health, Environment and Science has a total of fourteen advisory boards; and College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts, all eight departments have advisory boards.
(2008)

UPDATE 
College of Education, all six departments have advisory committees, with two college boards; College of Business, Information, and Social Sciences have six advisory boards all of whom have met with department faculty to review and discuss 2008-2009 assessment results; College of Health, Environment, and Science has a total of fifteen advisory boards (including the Pennsylvania Center for Environmental Education – PCEE); College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts, has an advisory board for all eight departments, as well as the Honors Program.
(2009)

UPDATE 
College of Education, all six departments have advisory committees, with two college boards; College of Business, Information, and Social Sciences have six advisory boards all of whom have met with department faculty to review and discuss 2009-2010 assessment results; College of Health, Environment, and Science has a total of fifteen advisory boards (including the Pennsylvania Center for Environmental Education – PCEE); College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts, has an advisory board for all nine departments, as well as the Honors Program
(2010)