Community Planning Conference
January 16, 2001
Task Force Members: Virginia
Clark (BoHS), Chair; Karla Hughes (CAFCS); Julia Miller (HEU); Shirley
Hymon-Parker (HEU and 1809 Administrators)
Goal: To develop
recommendations for URC and Partner Implementation (from reports and
Higher Education Unit (HEU)
The Subcommittee on Undergraduate
Research has allocated $500 to support marketing the URC this spring. Julia
Miller is the chair of the committee.
Two sessions will be offered at
AAFCS on the URC and undergraduate research.
A task force will review and
propose priorities for the coming years. This group will meet at AAFCS and will
request a portion of the HEU budget to support these priorities.
Council on Administrators for Family and
Consumer Science (CAFCS)
An initiative related to the URC
will be included in the Plan of Work.
A budget allocation will be
requested for the URC Assessment Priority.
A Task Force will be formed to look
at priorities and develop a plan for work with the URC.
A portion of the 2002 program will
focus on some aspect of undergraduate research.
Budget planning for the future will
include allocations for URC.
A summary of the status of the URC
will be provided at the 2001 meeting.
Funding will be provided to assist
with URC Initiatives.
A survey will be conducted to
assess what is currently in place in the 1890 Institutions.
Opportunities will be identified
for funds that will help to build on participation and collaboration, for
example, the USDA Challenge Grant.
Board on Human Sciences (BoHS)
Leadership within BoHS will come
from the Academic Committee.
URC priorities will be reviewed and
a plan of action will be proposed.
The possibility of adding questions
to the FAEIS survey to obtain the information needed will be explored.
A proposal will be made to include
a session at the NASULGC in November that would be a collaborative session with
Student Affairs and Academic Affairs. The possible format would be a speaker
who had been involved in this type of work on their campus (possibly the
President from the University of Michigan), followed by a panel, which included
faculty and students, and then a question and answer session.