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Inventory of Economic Development Activities

Anderson School of Management

  • Impact (for the must current stats please visit http://www.mgt.unm.edu/)
    • 25% of UNM’s foreign students
    • 90% BBA graduation rate
    • 94% 90-day MBA employment rate
    • 80% of grads stay in New Mexico
    • $75K in prizes for start-ups from the Business Plan Competition
    • 400 Career and Professional Development Students
    • 1,800 BBA, MBA, EMBA, MACCT Students
    • SBI has successfully served over 600 businesses

Athletics

  • Impact
    • 471 student athletes
    • 20 have exhausted eligibility and are still in school
    • Of 471 a total of 349 are receiving scholarship money
    • 122 are walk-ons with no athletic aid
    • 23 students in graduate school
    • 8000 hours of community service for 2012-2013 academic year
    • 6 athletic events, $22.7 M in local income, $5.78 in tax revenue
    • NCAA Basketball $5.8 million in local income $1.47 million in tax revenue
    • Soccer and Cross country nationally ranked
  • Resources
    • Lobo Athletic Events: Football/Basketball
    • Community Events: PBR, GON, Concerts
    • NMAA Tournaments
    • NCAA Events: Basketball, Track
    • Creation of Sports & Entertainment District
    • Hosting NCAA Indoor Track Championships
    • World Class Track
    • Sports Tourism

College of Arts & Sciences

College of Education

  • Impact
    • UNM produces more teachers overall, as well as those in high need areas (math, science, and special education) than any institution in the state
    • New Mexico school districts hired over 70% of our teacher education program completors
    • The COE graduates more master’s students than any other college at UNM and is third to A&S and Engineering in doctoral degrees
    • Over $22.37 million in awards from FY09-13
  • Resources
    • Department of Educational Specialties (ES)
    • Department of Health, Exercise, and Sports Sciences (HESS)
    • Department of Individual, Family, and Community Education (IFCE)
    • Department of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies (LLSS)
    • Department of Teacher Education, Educational Leadership and Policy
    • Institute for Professional Development
    • The Latin American Programs in Education (LAPE)
    • Center for Education Policy Research
    • Golden Apple Foundation
    • New Mexico Leadership Institute
    • New Mexico Collation of School Administrators
    • Institute For American Indian Education
    • American Indian Language, Policy and Research Center for Teacher Training
    • Multicultural Education Center
    • Mission:Graduate – Cradle-to-Career education partnership

College of Fine Arts

Extended Learning

  • Impact
    • FY13 non-credit student demographics
      • Enrollments: 16,289
      • Unduplicated headcount: 11,012
      • Tuition remission funded: 19%
      • Female 33%, Male 67%
    • Fall 2013 online credit summary
      • EU 11.5% of main sch: 16% increase
      • Online 10.6% of main sch: 19% increase
      • 23% of students or 6,492 taking at least 1 online (17.65% increase)
      • 4% of students or 1,228 studying exclusively online (7.81% increase)
      • 1,228 unduplicated online only students
    • 2012/13 highlights
      • 730 ug degrees awarded (21% of 3,477)
      • 96 masters & post-masters degrees (8% of 1231)
      • If online school is viewed in terms of college size, it is second only to A&S
      • Online: largest annual growth rate across university
    • Contracts($5.1M), F&A return to AA approx.$350k
    • 1st MOOC launched: over 30,000 enrolled, 184 countries, 41% from emerging economies, over 300 have submitted all assignments
  • Resources
    • The merger of Continuing Education & Extended University
    • Facilitates delivery of UNM courses & degree programs, professional development, and lifelong learning to students across New Mexico and beyond.
    • Learn + infrastructure and support
    • ITV infrastructure and support
    • Student & faculty technical support services
    • Faculty development/online course production
    • Student recruitment and advising
    • Bachelor/Graduate programs at Gallup, Taos, Los Alamos, Valencia, San Juan and Santa Fe Community Colleges, and Kirtland AFB Education Center
    • Extension Credit and Independent Study
    • Testing
    • Professional Development/Custom Training
    • Personal Enrichment
    • Conference Services
    • State Contracts
    • 18 degree completion programs available online
    • 11 minors available online
    • 14 programs available mostly online
    • 6 additional degree completion with ITV and statewide live

Graduate Studies

      Impact

      • 137 – Number of Graduate Programs Offered
      • $26 Million in assistanships, $3 Million in health insurance awarded this year
      • $6.5 Million in Tutition awarded
      • 4,350 graduate students enrolled – 31% Arts and Sicences, 23% Education, 18% Engineering, 12% Medical Programs, 5% Public Administration, 4% Architecture, 4% Fine Arts, 2% Libraries, 1% University College
      • 1,320 degrees awarded

College of Nursing

  • Impact
    • Healthcare as an Economic Engine
      • 10 of the 20 fastest0growing occupations are related to health care
      • HC is estimated to generate 3.2M new jobs, more than any other industry
    • HC industry added 228,000 jobs during reception from Dec. 2007 to July 2009
    • RN workforce is top occupation for job growth through 2020
    • Expected # of employed nurses to grow from 2.74M to 3.45M
    • Initiative on the future of nursing
      • Remove scope of practice barriers
      • Expand opportunities for nurses to lead and diffuse collaborative improvement efforts
      • Implement nurse residency programs
      • Increase proportion of nurses with BSN degree to 80% by 2020
      • Double the number of nurses with a doctorate by 2020
      • Ensure that nurses engage in lifelong learning
      • Prepare and enable nurses to lead change to advance health
      • Build an infrastructure to collect and analyze health care workforce data
  • Resources
    • Health Reform, Cost, Access, Quality
    • US Business spends more than 2 times per hour on health care than Canada, Japan and UK combined.
    • In 2013 New Mexico Health workforce; Shortage of more than 2000 registered nurses and 400 advance practice registered nurses, shortage of over 200 primary care physicians, health workers – need between 2,000 to 3,000
    • Nursing Levels of Education
      • Registered Nurses: ADNs and BSNs
      • Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (MSN+)
      • Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP)
      • Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (PNP)
      • Acute Care Nurse Practitioners (ACNP)
      • Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM)
      • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA)
      • Doctorally Prepared Nurses
      • Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
      • PhD
    • College of nursing
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
      • Pre-licensure track
      • RN-completion track Graduate
      • Master of Science in Nursing
      • Family Nurse Practitioner
      • Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
      • Adult/Gero Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
      • Nurse Midwifery
      • Education Concentration
    • Doctor of Nursing Practice
    • Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing
    • New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC)
    • http://www.nmnec.org/
    • Veterans Administration Nursing Academic Partnership (VANAP)
    • Community Practice Sites:
    • Expanding Advanced Practice Registered Nurses

College of Pharmacy

  • Impact
    • COP opened in 1945, oldest health science school at UNM
    • Graduated 2900 pharmacists bachelors and Doctors degrees since opening
    • Of 1700 licensed Pharmacists practicing in NM >1100 (2/3rds) are UNM COP grads
    • 1100 graduates, average salary $140,000 = $155 million per year in direct salary alone.
    • 2012 class – 72/82 Graduated from NM High Schools in 18 counties; GPA 3.3, had 52% prior degree
    • PhD Programs – total 6-12 enrolled /year
    • About 40 faculty, PhD & Pharm D
    • FY2013 – $5.6 million in research funding, 7 disclosures, 4 issued U.S. Patents, 4 licenses/option agreements signed, 1 start-up company established
  • Resources
    • Teaching – Professional Pharm D, Professional Credentialing, PhD programs
    • Research – basic science, applied pharmaceutical, outcomes/health system management, clinical
    • NM has Innovative practice based upon minimizing harm and maximizing wellness: Authority to prescribe/perform: smoking cessation, emergency contraception, immunizations, TB testing, Narcan (treats opiate overdose)
    • Faculty provide specialist clinical services at UNMH, CC and broadly
    • Nuclear Pharmacy credentialing
    • Masters & PhD in Pharm Admin/Outcomes
    • Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program
    • NSMS Program

College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences

School of Architecture and Planning

School of Engineering

School of Law

  • Impact
    • 2014 Enrollment: 343
    • Full-time Faculty: 42
    • 9:1 Ratio of Students to Faculty
    • Close community encourages one-to-one faculty-student contact
    • One of the best and most competitive tuition rates in the country – 11th Best Value Law Schools (PreLaw Magazine 2014)
    • State-of-the-art hands-on clinic enables students to hit the ground running
    • Highly ranked for popularity, diversity, and value
    • 8th in Top 50 law schools (public)
    • 5th Most popular law School (ABA Journal, 2013)
    • 4th – 10 Top Rated Law Schools (Above the Law, 2013)
    • 9th best grad schools – U.S. News & World Report Clinical Training
    • 30-40% law school students have business background
  • Resources

School of Medicine

  • Impact
    • Disclosures with named inventor(s) from SOM: 332
    • U.S. Issued Patents with SOM inventor(s): 58
    • New U.S. Patent Applications Filed with SOM inventor(s): 185
    • Start-up Companies associated with technologies from SOM inventors : 24
    • Licenses/options signed involving technologies from SOM inventors: 104
    • Licensing revenue from licenses/options involving SOM inventor technologies : $1,228,703
  • Resources
    • Biodesign
    • NM Angels Showcase
    • UNM HSC & Small Business Technologies Venture Event
    • Monthly SBIR/STTR grantsmanship training
    • Synergy Meetings – monthly cross disciplinary meetings
    • NM BIO

School of Public Administration

  • Impact
    • SPA is the second largest graduate-only program
    • 45 year old program, one of the first to be accredited
    • 54 graduates, 247 students in 2012-2013
    • 92 graduates, 260 students in 2013-2014
    • 73% of students work full time
    • Most graduates work in government and non-profits, many at UNM
    • 15% Native American enrollment, 40% Hispanic- Latino, and 60% Women Students
    • Ranked #1 in the US by national accreditor in student & Faculty diversity
  • Resources
    • MPA and MHA – six core areas – public management and policy analysis; publication organizations: planning, development, and adaptation; program evaluation; human resources management; public budgeting and finance; and research methods for public managers
    • MPA concentrations: Health policy, human resources, public management (planned concentrations: Native American governance and public budgeting and financial management
    • MHA concentrations: hospital/clinic admin, general healthcare admin, minority health
    • Joint degrees – MPA/JD and MPA/MCRP
    • Well-connected Advisory board

University College | Honors College

  • Impact
    • Human capital
    • University college – Approximately 6 faculty, 10,000 students
    • Honors college – Approximately 10 faculty, 2000 students
    • Academic Community Collaborations with Academic College
      • Anderson School of Mgmt. – 3 Learning Communities, 1 themed Transition course
      • Arts & Sciences
        • Basis of Links (CJ, ENGL, MATH)
        • 4 Natural Science
        • 5 Social/Behavioral Science
        • 8 Humanities
      • College of Fine Arts – 8 Learning Communities
      • College of Education – 1 Learning Community
      • School of Engineering — 1 Learning Community
      • Health Sciences – 5 Learning Communities
      • Sch. of Architecture & Planning – Proposed Learning Community
    • In 2013-2014, 57 FLC/LC courses, 1060 students served
    • South Valley Agricultural Capacity, Economic Diversity
    • Urban Agriculture: Community gardens and food awareness
    • Youth Food Action Project in the South Valley, Santa Barbara/Martineztown, and the International District
    • Summer Supplemental Weekend Food Project
      • $25,000 from Share Our Strength (national anti-hunger organization)
      • 120+ UNM undergraduates secured an additional $24,600
      • 54,000 nutritionally balanced meals at a per meal cost of $0.88
  • Resources
    • University College – Collaborative opportunities for integrative learning that foster personal, academic and professional excellence.
    • Honors college – Provide challenging opportunities for intensive interdisciplinary and cross-cultural liberal education to highly motivated, talented and creative undergraduates in all majors and to build a community of scholars.
    • 5 broad areas
      • FLCs/Transition Communities: Freshman programming introduces key skills in the context of specific topics.
      • Research Service Learning Program: Community engagement builds capacity.
      • BLA/BIS: Degree completion programs support workforce needs.
      • Native American Studies: Sustainable development in Native Communities
      • Honors: Innovative interdisciplinary academic programs attract, nurture and retain talent.
    • RSLP: Community Engaged Scholarship http://www.unm.edu/~rslp/

UNM-Gallup

  • Impact
    • Largest of the Branch campuses
    • Operating budget of $12 million, with $3 million coming from grants, for a total of $15 million
    • 79% Native American population
    • UNM Gallup Innovation Cluster
  • Resources
    • NM Arts and Cultural District
    • Certificates in 19 disciplines and Associate’s Degrees in 28 programs. We also offer Bachelor’s in six degrees and Master’s Degrees from UNM’s Extended University in five programs, and Master’s Degrees in three programs
    • MOU with Greater Gallup Economic Development Corp to Improve Economic & Workforce Development

UNM-Los Alamos

UNM-Taos

UNM-Valencia

UNM-West

  • Impact
    • Student enrollment growth 400 in 2009 to 1000 students now
    • Serve RR community through Education and Economic Development
    • Healthcare and Technology
    • Nursing cohort program will start in fall 14
  • Resources
    • UNM acquires 216 acres of land adjacent to Rio Rancho City Centre in 2006
    • UNM completes 40,000 sq.ft. building in 2010
    • Sandoval Regional Medical Center opens in 2012
    • Total of $211,278,000 investments in RR

Office of Research

ARTS Lab

  • Impact
    • 2013 Recipient of the International Digital Media Association Innovative Program Award
    • NSF partnership
    • Economic development partnerships – Red Fish, Sky-Skan, Ideum, Google Earth, Institute of American Indian Arts, Explora Media and others
  • Resources
    • Multi-disciplinary – College of Education, Architecture and Planning, Fine Arts, Engineering
    • Research tracks – immersive media, culture media (geo-spatial), education and information communication
    • Fulldome and Immersive Technology
    • Digital Dialectic
    • Virtual New Mexico Project
    • Interactive Learning Assessment Network Map
    • Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media 105
    • Future – gaming, interactive media, augmented reality
    • Arts Lab Resources – http://artslab.unm.edu/resources