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IMAGINE SPH2020: AN UPDATE http://www.sph.unc.edu/sph2020 Updated June 2013

Imagine SPH2020 Faculty, staff, students and friends shared their knowledge, ideas, dreams and visions. . .

What should our School be like in 2020? They proposed/voted on comments in ten thought categories, then grouped into eight.

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A hub for public health innovation

One of the best places in the world to discover, work, learn about and advance public health

In 2020, we’ll be even better! Diverse, inclusive, civil

Solving big public health challenges in North Carolina and around the world

Achieving SPH2020 Requires Clear goals and priorities Imagination, innovation, knowledge

Smart resource allocation Committed School leadership

How to Implement our Vision? SPH2020 data got us started; Time-limited task forces on SPH2020 priorities gave us roadmaps

2011-12 3 task forces, 3 topics: teaching and learning diversity and inclusion revenue generation

2012-13 2 task forces, 2 topics: admissions practices global school

All task forces are diverse: rank, roles, ethnicity, organizations, disciplines, departments, other characteristics

SPH2020 March 2012 Update

SPH2020 Implementation

Implementation Processes 1. Each task force‌. Makes multiple recommendations, prioritizes them. Estimates resource needs for each recommendation

2. Dean’s Council reviews, prioritizes recommendations

3. Chairs’ Committee recommends budget priorities 4. Working groups obtain information needed for implementation.

Implementation Overview – Part I Sep ‘12 Diversity

Sep ‘10

Created SPH2020 future picture

Launched ad-hoc Task Forces *Diversity and Inclusion *Teaching and Learning *Revenue Generation

Reports completed, Spring 2011 Revenue Generation Teaching and Learning Diversity and Inclusion (DITF) Dean’s Council, Chairs’ Cte ranked/ prioritized recommendations (9/11) * Posted diversity commitment statement (12/11) * Revised EEO statement (1/12) * Classroom upgrades begun * Formed Admissions Practices Comm. (2/12) * Teaching & Learning seminars (2/12) * Teaching awards (2/12) * Entrepreneurship seminars (10/12) Refined budgets/plans for highest priorities Identified SPH ctes for implementation responsibility

More www.sph.unc.edu/sph2020.

* Continued role for Dr. Rumay Alexander as Diversity Champion * Admissions Practices Committee continues

Revenue Generation * Faculty group practice development * IP training program in development

Global School Task Force * Submits report (9/12) recommending development of Gillings Global Gateway

Implementation Overview – Part II

May ‘13

Global School

Oct ‘12

*Created vision/roadmap for globalizing the School (Gillings Global Gateway) (9/12) Diversity and Inclusion *Empanelled the Global School Implementation *Updated summer programs Committee IMHOTEP ɤ Conducted focus groups with SPH faculty Summer PH Scholars and students: “what will it take to globalize *Hired diversity recruitment specialist the School?” (Trinette Cooper) ɤ Recommended priorities for implementing *Achieved modest increases in faculty, Global School Task Force vision: student, staff diversity Partnerships Teaching and Learning Admissions Practices Communication/Networks *Documented admissions practices across Research-to-Implementation departments *Updated School awards processes; Teaching and Learning *Identified promising admissions *Celebrate Teaching! month continued (2/13) practices to consider for adoption Teaching and Learning seminars offered *Over half SPH departments adopted a Teaching awards (2/13) new promising admissions practice *Epidemiology MOOC launched

Revenue Generation

*Initiated implementation science

partnership with RTI International * Helped incubate student social entrepreneurship

*Classroom renovations New media/AV in 171 Rosenau New conferencing screens in atrium

Implementation Details  Diversity and inclusion  Admissions practices  Revenue generation  Global School

 Teaching and learning

Diversity and Inclusion Diversity and Task Force (DITF) Developed Recommendations (08/11) (See Report)

DITF recommendations have guided SPH actions since 08/11

Top Diversity & Inclusion Recommendations . . . and what we’ve done so far Sept. 2011 - present

DITF submits recommendations

AY 2010-11 Diversity champion appointed: Dr. Rumay Alexander

Dean’s Council posts diversity statement

Awards processes updated

Summer programs updated Increases in faculty, student, staff diversity documented

Fall 2011

EEO statement revised/ posted

Spring 2012 Diversity recruitment specialist hired: Ms. Trinnette Cooper

Fall 2012

Spring 2013 Admissions practices reviewed across departments; new promising practices adopted

Diversity and Inclusion 2011-12

Diversity and Inclusion 2011-12 Appointed Dr. Rumay Alexander as diversity champion. (2011-present)  Posted Dean’s Council statement on diversity. (12/22/2011)  Revised/posted EEO statement for job announcements to reflect broad scope of diversity and inclusion. (1/5/2012) 

Rumay Alexander, EdD, RN Director of Multicultural Affairs Clinical Associate Professor UNC School of Nursing

Diversity and Inclusion: 2012-13

Strengthen approaches 1. to diversity recruitment

Review/ adopt new 2. promising admissions practices

Overall Goal: Enhance Diversity and Inclusion in the School

Diversity and Inclusion Key Recommendation: “Create a model and process for spreading D&I principles and promising practices across SPH . � -- DITF Report, August 2011

Admissions Practices Committee: Our key mechanism for spreading D&I principles and practices across SPH (Feb. 2012)

Admissions Practices Committee (Task force formed, Spring 2012)

Admissions Practices Committee action steps

 Documented admissions practices across departments  Identified practices that may result in greater diversity  Recommended promising practices

Admissions Practices Committee

Recommendations

Recommendations: Promising Admissions Practices

1. Train faculty, staff and students involved in recruitment activities. 2. Increase coordination across units to recruit diverse students. 3. Allow applicants to make the case for how their background may help diversify our learning community and (eventually) the public health workforce.

Recommendations: Promising Admissions Practices

4. Contact all admits by phone after they’re admitted. Include current students in the effort. 5. Involve current students in admissions process in significant ways. 6. Employ second-look strategy to ensure bias has not influenced a decision.

Recommendations: Promising Admissions Practices 7. Emphasize several indicators of academic potential (GPA, scholarships, experience, references, the student essay, GREs).

8. Have at least two committee members review each application.

Moving the Needle on Diversity

How Did we do in 2012?

Student Diversity: Entering Class of 2012 American Indian/Alaskan Native 1% Two or more races 8% Other/Unknown 8%

Asian 13%

Black/African American 12% Hispanic of any race 5%

White 53%

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 0%

. . . And modest increases in faculty and staff diversity

To change the world, we need new revenue sources.

Rev Gen Task Force Recommendations Create core to enhance intellectual property (IP)*. Generate better ways to deliver public health education services on a global basis**. Develop faculty group practice*. Partner with Harvard Business Review to develop SPH cases***. *Assessment underway **Considered by Global School Task Force ***Not first priority

Create core to enhance intellectual property (IP) Goal: Provide intellectual property education and support to School without duplicating campus services.

Revenue Generation Task Force The SPH’s Research and Innovation Solutions group is helping to develop IP training program.

Create Faculty Group Practice.

Partnership agreement with RTI International Underway

What does it mean to be a global school?

Global School Task Force (Feb. 2012) Rohit Ramaswamy, PhD, clinical associate professor Public Health Leadership Program Task force committee chair Steve Sloate, MBA adjunct associate professor Health Policy and Management; President, Cirra Inc, advisor Caitlin Kleiboer, MPH graduate in Health Behavior, graduate assistant

Gillings Global Gateway proposed (August 2012) A model that integrates, organizes, and promotes the School’s global activities

Global School Implementation Committee (Nov. 2012) Implementation Committee:  Explores ideas for Gateway in detail;  Holds focus groups with faculty and students from across SPH to identify key issues, concerns, priority areas;  Develops pragmatic implementation plan.

Leslie Lytle, PhD professor and chair Health Behavior Chair, implementation committee

Focus Group Feedback (February 2013, 21 faculty and 7 student participants, summary available)

(Feb. 2013)

More international diversity More central support, infrastructure Clearinghouse for global opportunities

Gillings Global Gateway Announced (June 2013) Barbara (Bobbi) Wallace, MPH, to serve as interim executive director Dr. Peggy Bentley, Chamblee Distinguished Professor of Nutrition, continues as associate dean for global health and as academic advisor to the Gateway Office of Global Health to become part of the Gateway

Find out more!!

Teaching and Learning

2011 SPH graduate

How we teach and how students learn are changing.

Teaching and Learning Recommendations Enhance technology and applications. Redesign teaching spaces. Identify, encourage and reward quality teaching and mentoring. Enhance research and/or teaching relationships with other organizations globally.

Fall 2011, 2012 Seminar Series

Seminar series on new directions in teaching with technology organized, overseen by Academic Programs Committee (APC).

Space…still, the next frontier

Space Committee Plans

Plans made for three different rooms

Find out more about SCALE-UP classroom innovations.

• 2308 McGavranGreenberg • 2307 McGavranGreenberg • 201 & 201A Rosenau

A NEW KIND OF CLASSROOM

http://scaleup.ncsu.edu/

Celebrated Teaching! February is: Celebrate Teaching! Month (2/12present)

Awards, celebrations, presentations by master teachers Want to know more?

Recipients of Teaching Innovation Awards: (l-r): Drs. John Paul, Rebecca Fry, Amy Herring, Linda Adair, Charles Poole, Kurt Ribisl and Sherri Green. Dr. Diane Kelly not pictured

APT Changes

ď ľ We revised Appointments, Promotions and Tenure (APT) guidelines. ď ľ More emphasis on teaching, mentoring, new kinds of products and faculty engagement

SPH2020: Create the Future!

Share your ideas! Email email: maebeale@email.unc.edu

Task Force Rosters Faculty, staff, students, alumni and others joined efforts to envision the SPH in 2020.

Teaching & Learning Task Force John Paul, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor, HPM (Chair) Diane Calleson, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor, PHLP Jerry Calleson, Manager, Online Instruction Group, IIS Steve Cole, PhD, Professor, EPID Penny Gordon-Larsen, PhD, Associate Professor, NUTR Amy Herring, ScD, Professor, BIOS Dio Kavalieratos, PhD candidate, HPM Caitlin Kleiboer, MPH, 2012 graduate, HB Laura Linnan, ScD, Professor, HB Evie McKee, MBA, Director, Business and Finance, BIOS Felicia Mebane, PhD, former Assistant Dean for Students, Student Affairs Anna Maria Siega-Riz, PhD, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Professor, EPID and NUTR Ilene Speizer, PhD, Research Associate Professor, MCH Karl Umble, PhD, Adjunct Assistant Professor, HB; Program Planner/Evaluator, NCIPH Will Vizuete, PhD, Assistant Professor, ESE

Revenue Generation Task Force Steve Zeisel, MD, PhD, Kenan Distinguished Professor, NUTR; Director, Nutrition Research Institute (Chair) Alice Ammerman, RD, DrPH, Professor, NUTR; Director, Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Chris Anderson, MBA, Business Officer, BIOS Ralph Baric, PhD, Professor, EPID David Collins, Business Manager, HPM Peggy Glenn, Associate Dean, External Affairs Robert Pitts, MSIS, Director, Strategic Analysis and Planning, Business and Finance Kurt Ribisl, PhD, Associate Professor, HB Ivan Rusyn, MD, PhD, Professor, ESE Bill Sollecito, DrPH, Clinical Professor, PHLP Sarah Strunk, MS, Director, Active Living by Design, NCIPH Britany Williams, MHA, 2012 graduate, HPM

Diversity & Inclusion Task Force Rumay Alexander, EdD, RN, Director of Multicultural Affairs and Clinical Professor, Nursing (Co-Chair) * Bryan Weiner, PhD, Professor, HPM (Co-Chair) * Ana Alvarez, MPH candidate, HPM Alice Ammerman, RD, DrPH, Professor, NUTR; Director, Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention * Stephanie Baker, PhD candidate, HB * Kathy Barboriak, PhD, Assistant Dean for Information Technology, IIS * Mae Beale, Executive Assistant and Office Manager, Dean’s Office * Nadya Belenky, PhD candidate, EPID * Danny Bell, Social Research Assistant, UNC American Indian Studies * Maggie Carlin, MPH, Alum, Co-President, Health Sciences LGBTQ Alliance; HB Michelle Collins, MPA, Managing Director, Nutrition Obesity Research Center * Steve Couch, Associate Director of Development, External Affairs

Names in blue also served on DITF change team. Starred names serve on Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Implementation Committee.

Diversity & Inclusion Task Force David Couper, PhD, Research Associate Professor, BIOS; Deputy Director Collaborative Studies Coordinating Center * Christin Daniels, MA, Director for Research, Research & Innovation Solutions * Lana Dial, UNC Minority Alumni Committee, Graduate Education Advancement Board Pam Dickens, Women’s Health Coordinator, FPG Child Development Institute Peggye Dilworth-Anderson, PhD, Professor, HPM; Interim Co-Director, Institute on Aging Rachael Dooley, MPH, Alum, HB Brandon Edmond, MS, Alum, HPM Lloyd Edwards, PhD, Associate Professor, BIOS Eugenia Eng, DrPH, Professor, HB Paige Eppenstein Anderson, PhD, Student Services Manager, HB Francesca Florey, MA, Director, Office of Global Health; Director of Program Management, Research & Innovation Solutions Elizabeth French, MA, Assistant Director for Academic Affairs and Lecturer, HB * Tiana Garrett, MPH Candidate, EPID Erica Hamilton, MPH, Alum, MCH Names in blue also served on DITF change team. Starred names serve on Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Implementation Committee.

Diversity & Inclusion Task Force Beth Lamanna, RN, Adjunct Assistant Professor, NCIPH; Clinical Assistant, School of Nursing Matt Herr, Social Clinical Research Assistant, School of Law Tiana Garrett, MPH Candidate, EPID Beth Lamanna, RN, Adjunct Assistant Professor, NCIPH; Clinical Assistant, School of Nursing Erica Hamilton, MPH, Alum, MCH Matt Herr, Social Clinical Research Assistant, School of Law Jon Hussey, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, MCH Dio Kavalieratos, PhD candidate, HPM Melody Levy, MA, Student Services Assistant, ESE Laura Loehr, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, EPID * Joseph Love, MSIS, Info/ Network Security Specialist, IIS Jared Lowe, BSPH, HPM * Julie MacMillan, MPH, Managing Director, Research & Innovation Solutions Robert McConville, HPM *

Names in blue also served on DITF change team. Starred serve on Diversity Task Force Implementation Committee. Namesnames in blue also served and on Inclusion DITF change team

Diversity & Inclusion Task Force Felicia Mebane, PhD, former Assistant Dean for Students, Student Affairs Leena Mehta, MPH, Alum, HPM Angelo Mojica, MPH, Adjunct Instructor, NUTR; Director of Food and Nutrition Services, UNC Hospitals Alex Nance, MHA, 2012 graduate, HPM Shu Wen Ng, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, NUTR Christine Ngaruiya, MD, Resident, Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine Elyse Nieves, MPH, JD, Alum, HPM Charlotte Nunez-Wolff, EdD, Associate Dean, Business and Finance Chris Perry, MA, Assistant Director, Communications * George Pink, PhD, Humana Distinguished Professor, HPM * Patsy Polston, MPH, Doctoral student, ESE * John Preisser Jr., PhD, Research Professor, BIOS Annette Raines, HR Manager, Human Resources Sue Robeson, Student Services Specialist, PHLP * Names in blue also served on DITF change team. Starred serve on Diversity Task Force Implementation Committee. Namesnames in blue also served and on Inclusion DITF change team

Diversity & Inclusion Task Force Shyanika Rose, PhD candidate, HB A. Justin Rucker, Alum, HPM Diana Maria Sanchez, PhD candidate, EPID Victor Schoenbach, PhD, Associate Professor, EPID * Charletta Sims-Evans, MEd, Assistant Dean for Students, Office of Student Affairs * David Steffen, DrPH, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director, Distance Learning Program, PHLP * Nicole Taylor, MPH, Alum, PHLP Melissa Troester, PhD, Assistant Professor, EPID Kimberly Truesdale, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, NUTR * Anissa Vines, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, ECHO, EPID Dianne Ward, EdD, Professor, NUTR * Jordan Wong, BSPH, Alum, NUTR

Names in blue also served on DITF change team. Starred names serve on Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Implementation Committee.

Diversity & Inclusion Task Force Staff Support Nicole Chenault, Administrative Support, DITF; former Administrative Assistant, Office of Student Affairs Christin Daniels, MA, Management & Resource Support, DITF; Director of Research, Research & Innovation Solutions Brenda Motsinger, RD, MPH, former Managing Director, DITF; Director of Special Projects, Dean’s Office Randall Teal, MA, Qualitative Data/Resource Support, DITF; UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center

Global School Task Force Rohit Ramaswamy, PhD, Gillings Visiting Clinical Associate Professor, PHLP (Chair) Steve Sloate, MBA, Adjunct Associate Professor, HPM, President, Cirra Inc. (Advisor) Nicole Bates, DrPH, Senior Program Office, Global Health Policy and Advocacy, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Peggy Bentley, PhD, Associate Dean, Global Health; Carla Smith Chamblee Distinguished Professor, NUTR Katie Bowler, MFA, Director of Global Relations, UNC Global Ward Cates, MD, MPH, President, Research, Family Health International; Professor, EPID Sue Havala-Hobbs, DrPH, Clinical Associate Professor and Director, Doctoral Program in Health Leadership, HPM Don Holzworth, MS, Gillings Executive in Residence, Research & Innovation Solutions Caitlin Kleiboer, MPH, 2012 graduate, HB

Global School Task Force Caitlin Kleiboer, MPH, 2012 graduate, HB Rebecca Kohler, MPH, Vice President, Strategic Development and Communication, IntraHealth International Julie MacMillan, MPH, Managing Director, Research & Innovation Solutions Lauren Snyder, MPH candidate, MCH Lisa Strader, MPH, Senior Research Epidemiologist and Program Manager Bobbi Wallace, MPH, Associate Director of Development—Corporations and Foundations, External Affairs

Global School Implementation Committee Leslie Lytle, PhD, Professor and Chair, Health Behavior (Chair) Peggy Bentley, PhD, Associate Dean, Global Health; Carla Smith Chamblee Distinguished Professor, NUTR Leah Devlin, DDS, Professor of the Practice, Health Policy and Management Elizabeth French, MA, Dean’s Liaison for Strategic Initiatives Sheila Leatherman, MSW, Research Professor, Health Policy and Management Don Holzworth, MS, Gillings Executive in Residence, Research & Innovation Solutions Julie MacMillan, MPH, Managing Director, Research & Innovation Solutions Steven Meshnick, MD, PhD, Professor, Epidemiology Charlotte Nunez-Wolff, EdD, Associate Dean for Business and Administration David Pesci, Director, Communications Rohit Ramaswamy, PhD, Gillings Visiting Clinical Associate Professor, PHLP (Chair) Melissa Sanchez, MPH student, Maternal and Child Health; research assistant, Office of Global Health Bobbi Wallace, MPH, Director, Corporate Foundations and Global Partnerships Rachel Wilfert, Md, MPH, Research Associate for Training and Education

Admissions Practices Task Force and Advisors Rumay Alexander, EdD, RN, Director and Clinical Professor, Nursing Noel Brewer, PhD, Associate Professor and Director, Graduate Admissions, HB Christin Daniels, MA, Director for Research, Research & Innovation Solutions Susan Ennett, PhD, Professor and Director, Doctoral Program, HB Anita Farel, DrPH, Clinical Professor and Associate Chair, Graduate Studies, MCH Laurel Files, PhD, Associate Professor and Associate Department Chair, HPM Melissa Troester, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor EPID Russell Harris, MD, Professor and Director, Health Care and Prevention Concentration, Medicine; Research Associate Professor, Social Medicine Suzanne Havala Hobbs, DrPH, Clinical Associate Professor and Director, Doctoral Program in Health Leadership, HPM; Clinical Associate Professor, NUTR Amanda Holliday, MS, Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Director, NUTR David Leith, ScD, Professor, Associate Chair and Director, Graduate Studies, ESE Elizabeth Mayer-Davis, PhD, Professor and Char, MPH and RD committee, NUTR Jane Monaco, DrPH, Clinical Associate Professor and Director, Undergraduate Studies, BIOS

Thank you! We will update slides regularly.


Imagine SPH2020: An update