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PRIORITY
^ COLLEGE STRATEGY
OBJECTIVES
ACTIVITIES/TASKS
RESOURCES

COSTS


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^ DIVISION PRIORITIES

VARIOUS

VARIOUS

VARY

1

7.3, 7.4

Regular faculty and staff salaries

Contractual

Program 100

$1.23M per year

1

2.4, 2.5

Supplies

Purchase classroom, laboratory and office supplies

Program 010

$15K per year

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Tutors/student workers

Hire peer tutors for Math Lab, student worker to assist in Chemistry stockroom and Tech labs

Program 100?

$8K per year

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Student retention in courses

Assign readers to courses to increase graded homework output.

Recruitment of qualified students

$4K per year

1

1.1,1.3, 5.2

Maintain a viable enrollment management plan

Division chairperson monitors a schedule of classes that is responsive to student and program needs. The enrollment plan also maintains a balance between enrollment cycles, student demand, college and district goals.

The enrollment plan makes every attempt to work within the college budget allocation.

varies

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Student success

Re-evaluate math placement cut scores.

Collect new data. Revisit cut scores. Implemented by summer 2005

Matriculation funds

1

7.3, 7.4

Replace faculty who retired in chemistry, mathematics and technology disciplines

Request through FHPC, Senate, Academic Affairs and President’s Offices

Program 100

$60K

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Technology in/out of the classroom

New computers stations for the Drafting program

Block Grant funds

$26K

1

1.1, 1.3, 5.2

Address college mission on workforce development. Form partnership with trade unions.

Add basic craft skills courses that could lead to immediate employment or apprenticeship

Grants to fund classes and equipment

Unk.

10

1.1, 1.3, 5.2

Expand basic skills program

Add more sections of existing basic skills courses. Introduce new courses related to math test taking skills, employment, GED, etc. (Math 140)

Request program100 funds to increase tutorial service in the Math Lab.

$50K per year

11

1.1, 1.3, 5.2

Additional electronics courses. Partnership with trade union.

Add a few basic electronics courses that could lead to immediate employment or apprenticeship

SCE Grant to fund classes and equipment. L. Glover will develop courses and explore partnership

$300K

12

1.1, 1.3, 5.2

Add Astronomy 010 course.

Curriculum development

S. Morris and R. Whiting to develop curriculum for two separate courses: solar system and beyond the solar system

$0

13

7.3, 7.4

Hire more faculty to meet students basic skills needs

Hire new instructors using funds generated from basic skills classes. College receives separate funding for these classes.

Program 100?

$60K per year

14

2.4, 2.5

Replace/upgrade laboratory equipment

Request through block grant funds

Block grant allocations continue to be marginal

$50K per year

15

7.3, 7.4

Hire new faculty to meet students’ demand in computer science, chemistry, math and technology

Request through FHPC and Administration

Program 100?

$60K per year

16

2.4, 2.5, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3

New Math-Physical Sciences building

Request through CPC

Prop A and AA funds. Math goes into North East Academic. New Chem. & Physics,Technology Buildings to be completed between 2007-09

$10M

17

2. 3, 2.5, 6.1, 6.2

Renovate Astronomy Building

Request through CPC

Prop A funds. To be completed Su’ 06. SFP for equipment

$500K

18

2.4, 2.5,6.3

Install security systems in locations housing laboratory equipment to protect costly investments.

Request through Facilities Committee

Prop A funds or State funds

Unk.

19

2.3, 2.5,6.1,

6.2

Repair windows in Physics buildings

Request through Plant Facilities

Program 100

Unk.

20

2. 3, 2.5, 6.3

Restore Astronomy Viewing Deck on the rooftop of Science Building, equip with inexpensive easy to operate telescopes. Provide permanent accurate telescope mounts.

Science faculty to develop plan. Request through Prop A funds

Prop A funds

Unk.

21

1.1, 1.3, 5.2

Technology in/out of the classroom

Smart Board, computer projector for the Planetarium, Drafting and Technology

Block Grant and Title V funds

Unk.

1




^ DIVISION PRIORITY

VARIOUS

VARIOUS




1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Student success

Smaller class size for entry-level courses. Add skills/discussion lab TBA

Reduce class size to 30 students.

$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Student success

Assign peer tutors to work with faculty in the classroom.

Supplemental Instruction has provided tutoring to entry level courses and traditionally challenging courses respectively

$4K

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Student success

Enforce course pre-requisites. Work with Admissions and Records Office

Ongoing work with Admissions and Records Office

$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Student success

Explore new teaching techniques. Develop new courses such as Math Anxiety and Study Skills, Ethics

On going

$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Student success

Reintroduce a self paced elementary algebra section

On going validation of software

$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Student success

Offer short term courses during regular semesters

Program 100

$unk

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Student success

Offer on going modules for entry-level courses.

On going validation of software

$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Offer science awareness courses

Introduce chemistry courses such as Chemistry 12, 40, 46, 221.

Faculty developed Chemistry 40 Was offered for the first time during Su’01

$0

1

1.1, 1.3, 5.2

Institute teacher training program

Introduce additional math teaching skills courses. Offer teacher’s aide certificate. Form alliance with local CSU’s Education Depts. Form alliance with local grade schools; offer in-service ed. courses for future instructors.

Faculty met with CSUDH counterpart to discuss articulation. Developing service-learning network. MOU between CSUDH & Harbor approved.

$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Institute hazardous disposal certificate

Package existing college courses into a viable program.

Faculty

$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Institute allied health assistant programs (pharmacology, dental, biotechnology, etc)

Package existing college/district courses into a viable program.

Faculty


$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Address demographic student population needs

Schedule basic skills bilingual/Spanish only courses. Schedule on-line math courses. Software for learning impaired

Faculty

$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Develop “Consumer Math” course. Include: finance, accounting, investment, etc.

Write course outline for “Consumer Math” course. Link with Business

Faculty

$0

1

1.1

Offer math survival and study strategies on our web site

Assign to webmaster. Develop links to existing sites offering these services

Faculty and staff

$0

1

1.1, 7.1

Upgrade/update Division’s web page

Assign a faculty member as web master. Create math, science, employment and business links

Faculty and staff continue to upgrade and improve information on our websites.

$0

1

1.1, 1.3. 5.2

Increase lab retention and safety in chemistry laboratories

Reduce lab size to 24 students in Chem. 101, 102, 211 and 212. Schedule a lab safety course.

Faculty and staff

$0

1

2. 3, 2.5

Electronic billboard for the Division. Signage to identify offices, classroom and bathrooms

Faculty to develop plan. Request through CPC

Prop A or AA funds

Unk.

1

2. 3, 2.5

Adequate storage space for equipment

Faculty to develop plan. Request through CPC

Prop A or AA funds

Unk.

1

2. 3, 2.5

Conference room for the Division

Faculty to develop plan. Request through CPC

Prop A or AA funds

Unk.

1

2. 3, 2.5

Math Lab and science mini library in the Phy-Sci Building

Faculty to develop plan. Request through CPC

Prop A or AA funds

Unk.

C





^ COLLEGE PRIORITY

VARIOUS

PROP A FUNDS

VARY

C

1.1, 1.3, 5.2

Address college mission on workforce development. Form partnership with trade unions.

Add basic craft skills courses that could lead to immediate employment or apprenticeship

Grants to fund classes and equipment

Unk.

C

1.1,1.3, 5.2

Maintain a viable enrollment management plan

The office of Academic Affairs monitors a schedule of classes that is responsive to student and program needs. The enrollment plan also maintains a balance between enrollment cycles, student demand, college and district goals.

The enrollment plan makes every attempt to work within the college budget allocation.

varies

C

2.3,7.1

Provide LAN access to all faculty

Request through IT

LAN access to all faculty offices is slowly being addressed. Use Prop A funds to ultimately address this problem. Recycle most recent computers

Unk.

C

2.3,7.1

Provide LAN access to classrooms

Request through IT

Progress has been slow. Prop A funds

Unk.

C

2.4, 2.5,6.3

Install security systems in locations housing laboratory equipment to protect costly investments.

Request through Prop A or AA funds

Prop A and AA funds

Unk.

C

2.4, 2.5, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3

Improve landscape and lighting throughout the entire campus. Landscaping to be eye catching and have low maintenance

Request through Prop A or AA funds

Prop A and AA funds

Unk.

C

6.1, 6.2

New ergonomic furniture for faculty/staff offices

Request A & I funds

Prop A and AA funds

Unk.

C

6.1, 6.2

New ergonomic furniture for classrooms

Request A & I funds

Prop A and AA funds

Unk.






Mathematics 2004-05




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