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1 University of Wisconsin Extension Investing in Wisconsin s future UW-EXTENSION A growth agenda accountability report,

2 UW-EXTENSION UW-Extension embodies the Wisconsin Idea of extending the boundaries of the university to the corners of the state. UW -Extension works in partnership with 26 UW campuses, 72 Wisconsin counties, tribal governments, and other public and private organizations to provide the people of Wisconsin with access to university resources and lifelong learning. 2 This report illustrates UW-Extension s contributions to the UW System s Growth Agenda for Wisconsin. Progress is reported within the seven core strategies of the UW System s Strategic Framework (above). Each core strategy includes one or more indicators of progress that are common among UW institutions, supplemented with additional information reflecting activities and outcomes of particular relevance to UW-Extension. For similar information on the UW System as a whole, as well as links to additional resources and technical notes, see the systemwide Investing in Wisconsin s Future report:

3 Status At-A-Glance Core Strategy 1: Prepare Students UW-Extension students seek practical knowledge and education for everyday challenges. More than 42,000 K-12 students are enrolled in UW-Extension s 4-H program. Core Strategy 2: More Graduates Distance education, credit for prior learning, credit outreach, and independent learning all contribute to helping returning adult students earn degrees. Core Strategy 3: Well-Paying Jobs UW-Extension provides support for small business development and entrepreneurship, along with helping communities enhance their economic development preparedness. The Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Network accounted for the creation or retention of 535 full-time jobs and 346 part-time jobs last year. The Division of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development provided business counseling and technical assistance to 3,343 business clients. Core Strategy 4: Stronger Communities UW-Extension brings university resources directly into communities to address critical local needs, and multiplies the impact of those resources through community volunteers, technology, and local partnerships. Core Strategy 5: Resources UW-Extension has been a champion for inclusiveness, having provided multicultural awareness training to 70% of its faculty and staff. Core Strategy 6: Operational Excellence UW HELP provides efficiency for all of the UW campuses through the management of more than 177,000 electronic enrollment applications this year. Core Strategy 7: Collaborations Key partnerships with UW institutions, local non-profit organizations, state and federal agencies, and local units of government are fundamental. Partnering with Wisconsin Counties, for example, provides nearly $21 million of support to Extension operations. 3

4 Core Strategy 1 Prepare Students Ensure that students are prepared with the integrative learning skills, multicultural competencies, and practical knowledge needed to succeed in and contribute to a rapidly changing, increasingly global society. UW-EXTENSION s Progress on UW System Indicators UW-Extension prepares students for a global society through a variety of experiences. Student participation in these activities has been shown to contribute to gains in critical thinking, one of the fundamental outcomes of learning, as well as to gains in practical skills and in personal and social development. Critical thinking skills are one of the most fundamental outcomes of learning and are essential preparation for success after graduation. UW-Extension teaches critical thinking, along with practical knowledge and teamwork through the statewide 4-H youth program. 4-H Membership: Students Clubs ,460 1, ,939 1, ,545 1,505 Study abroad and exchange programs help students gain a basic understanding of, respect for, and appreciation of cultural differences. UW-Extension s 4-H International Programs placed 85 international students with Wisconsin families, who host these students in their homes and communities for periods ranging from four weeks to one year. In addition, UW-Extension s Leadership Wisconsin program sends community leaders from across Wisconsin on a two week international seminar every other year. Through a partnership with the Educational Communications Board (ECB), Wisconsin Public Television produces teaching and learning tools for school broadcast and video on demand. The ECB reached 650,000 K-12 students in Wisconsin in The Precollege Directory is an online searchable database of youth programs available at campuses throughout the University of Wisconsin System. With more than two hundred programs in the Directory, nearly every school-aged child can find something of interest. Students can choose from a wide array of subjects from computer to basketball camps, from music and art to study skills. UW HELP hosts ten UW System Workshops for School Counselors every fall eight in Wisconsin and one each in Minnesota and Illinois. These workshops provide updates from admission directors of the UW System 4-year campuses and UW Colleges. UW HELP Counselor Workshop Participants: FY11 FY10 FY09 FY H Gateway Academies are week-long summer STEM experiences that involve middle school aged youth in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math learning activities. The program has been done in cooperation with certified Project Lead the Way instructors from throughout Wisconsin, and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Financial support has been provided by the Kern Family. Students Clubs

5 Core Strategy 2 More Graduates Increase the number of Wisconsin graduates and expand educational opportunities through improving access and increasing retention and graduation rates. UW-EXTENSION s Progress on UW System Indicators Providing access for new students and increasing their rates of success are key to producing more degree holders. UW-Extension Division of Continuing Education, Outreach & E-Learning supports credit outreach and degree programs through the UW-Extension funding mechanism. Undergraduate Enrollments Graduate Enrollments FY11 36,723 9,278 FY10 34,480 9,672 FY09 29,397 9,947 FY08 30,494 10,155 FY07 29,833 9,447 UW-Extension facilitates the development and enrollment of Independent Learning (IL) courses for the University of Wisconsin System. Students often take IL courses to complete degrees. To promote degree completion, over the past two years the UWin initiative has sent 15,498 letters to former undergraduate students from UW-Eau Claire, UW-Green Bay, UW-La Crosse, UW-Milwaukee, UW-Oshkosh, UW-Parkside, UW-Platteville, UW-Stevens Point, UW-Stout, UW-River Falls, and UW- Superior. Five hundred forty students subsequently submitted an eapp for re-admission. Continuing Education has developed a course for students to learn how to build and submit portfolios, outlining prior learning that could be accepted for college-level credit. The course has been used by UW-Superior and UW-Oshkosh and is available for use by other institutions. Tutorials will be available to assist departments and student services personnel in the concepts and processes of prior learning assessment. Independent Learning Course Registrations FY11 1,402 FY10 1,697 FY09 2,149 FY08 2,551 FY07 2,466 5

6 Core Strategy 3 Well-Paying Jobs Increase the creation of well-paying jobs by expanding the university research enterprise while linking academic programs to entrepreneurship and business development. UW-EXTENSION s Progress on UW System Indicators Part of UW-Extension s mission is to create new knowledge and prepare students to use that knowledge in the workforce. Degrees in high-need and leading-edge fields. In 2009, UW- Extension brought together four UW campuses UW-Parkside, UW-River Falls, UW-Stout, and UW-Superior to initiate an online degree completion program, a Bachelor s of Science in Sustainable Management. Course enrollments increased 66 percent the second year, with total course enrollments reaching 600 in less than two years. The Sustainable Management program was awarded the Chancellor s Award for Excellence, and was chosen as the University Professional Continuing Educators (UPCEA) Credit Program of the Year. Building upon this success, a Master s of Science in Sustainable Management is in the planning stages. UW-Extension assists campuses in delivering online courses to help working adults learn anytime, anyplace. These include courses for completing degrees in such high need areas as nursing, IT project management, and engineering. Support included registration, faculty course development, and/or technical support for the following courses, programs, and students. Courses Programs Students FY ,026 FY ,384 FY ,130 The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network provides statewide counseling and training to business owners. During FY11, over 3,000 clients were counseled by the SBDC network. The UW-Green Bay SBDC has developed two distinct online entrepreneurial training programs. The first, WriteNow Business Plans, is a self-paced, asynchronous business plan writing course. Participants are guided through the modules of a business plan using the Desire2Learn platform. Participants can upload portions of their plan for review and are encouraged to work with their regional SBDCs for one-on-one assistance. The program was piloted in partnership with UW-Parkside. It will be offered to the general public in UW-Extension offers a 12-credit certificate course in entrepreneurship through the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Division of Outreach and Adult Degree. The four classes are offered to degree-seeking students at UWGB. The first class, Introduction to Entrepreneurship was offered in the fall of 2011, and will be repeated in spring along with Qualitative Methods in Entrepreneurship. Quantitative Methods in Entrepreneurship and Becoming an Entrepreneur complete the certificate requirements. Nineteen students are currently enrolled in the program. The Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Network (WEN) is helping the state s entrepreneurs and small businesses start new ventures, grow their business, and create jobs. In FY 2011, business counselors assisted clients in obtaining over $13.4 million in federal funds for small business innovation and technology transfer. WEN Client surveys report the following job creation or retention: 2011 Survey of customers who received assistance in Survey of customers who received assistance in 2008 Full-time Part-time Entrepreneurship and Economic Development statewide programs provide the following services: FY11 FY10 FY09 Counseling & Technical assistance clients 3,343 3,118 2,884 Business Answer-line clients 1,864 2,220 2,259 Training Programs 935 1, Training Participants 12,956 13,763 12,792 6

7 Core Strategy 4 Stronger Communities In partnership with communities, address Wisconsin s greatest challenges and priorities through intensified engagement, research, and learning. UW-EXTENSION s Progress on UW System Indicators UW-Extension has a positive impact on communities both by cultivating civic participation and through a variety of engagement efforts developed in partnership with communities. Encouraging students civic participation yields immediate benefits to communities while students are enrolled and builds a foundation for lifelong civic involvement of graduates. Through a UW-Extension initiative in 2011, 46 high school students served in advisory roles on county boards, city councils, and public committees, where they studied policy options and cast advisory votes alongside elected officials. Also, 31 youth in Columbia and Lafayette Counties participated in significant public policy education by studying local government and sharing their perspectives via presentations or inclusion in public input processes. One of many ways UW-Extension is active in community outreach and engagement is by offering non-credit courses for professional development and personal enrichment. In fiscal year 2011, the total of non-credit continuing education course enrollments for UW-Extension was 160,000. Community-level volunteers are critical partners with UW- Extension in fulfilling its outreach mission. In FY11, 20,434 adults volunteered on behalf of Extension s 4-H Youth program. In addition, 3,047 volunteers served as Certified Master Gardeners providing 200,814 hours of horticulture and gardening education throughout the state. UW-Extension s Local Government Center (LGC) partners with the Wisconsin Counties Association and the Wisconsin Towns Association on multiple educational programs. For example, the LGC provides day-long workshops for new and continuing local government officials even numbered years for county officials and odd numbered years for town officials. In addition, during FY11, educational programs on local government topics reached 5,965 participants via WisLine teleconferences. Local Government Center Workshops Fiscal Year Participants FY11 1,059 Town officials FY County officials FY09 1,206 Town officials FY County officials FY07 1,520 Town officials The Quality Educator Initiative is a portal website where teachers, school administrators, and pupil services educators who fall under the guidance of Wisconsin Administrative Rule PI 34 may create portfolios, have them reviewed, and submit evidence for re-licensure. QEI Statistics Fiscal Year Visits Unique Visitors FY11 93,597 16,381 FY10 86,529 15,128 FY09 64,349 15,177 FY08 58,333 15,704 Educators throughout the state can access teacher tested curricular resources aligned with the Wisconsin model academic standards and searchable by grade, subject, and standard at the web portal. Statistics Fiscal Year Visits Unique Visitors FY11 437,818 64,658 FY10 513,280 65,652 FY09 498,827 89,029 FY08 509, ,691 Cooperative Extension s county-based faculty and staff along with campus-based specialist design and deliver custom educational programs to respond to locally identified needs and issues Total Teaching Contacts Agriculture and Agribusiness Programs 253,563 Community, Natural Resources, and Economic Development Programs 145,702 Family Living Programs 496,816 4-H and Youth Development Programs 355,762 Leadership Wisconsin 772 Geological and Natural History Survey 14,486 Total 1,267,101 7

8 Core Strategy 5 Resources Balance, diversify, and grow the university s financial resources and facilities while developing its human talent UW-EXTENSION s Progress on UW System Indicators The resources of people, money, and facilities enable UW-Extension to fulfill its mission to students and the people of Wisconsin. Diversity of faculty and staff is an indicator of UW-Extension s efforts to develop its human resources. Faculty and staff diversity provides richer exchanges of ideas in the classroom, broader lines of inquiry in research, and a more welcoming climate for students from underrepresented groups. As of fall 2011, 8.0% of UW-Extension faculty and staff were of color or 90 out of 1,128 employees UW-Extension Faculty and Staff of Color by Employment Category, Fall % 5.0% 10.9% 16.7% 7.8% 8.0% UW-Extension programs are supported by county, tribal, state, and federal governments; by the students who pay fees to participate; and, by gifts, grants, and contracts from both the private and public sectors. Expenditures for UW-Extension s statewide functions during FY 2011 totaled more than $239 million, including $30.4 million in federal funds, $78.7 million in state general purpose revenue, and $106.6 million in program revenue (fees, gifts, and contracts). County governments are an important partner in supporting UW-Extension statewide educational programs. Counties contributed just under $21 million in shared salaries and support for faculty/staff based in the county and area UW- Extension offices. The Broadcasting and Media Innovations (BAMI) Division of UW-Extension includes Wisconsin Public Television, Wisconsin Public Radio, the National Center for Media Engagement, and Instructional Communications Systems. The greatest share of divisional funds 50% came from user fees, radio and television production contracts, and gifts from viewers and listeners. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting provided an additional 12% of funding. 0 Faculty IAS Non-IAS Admin. Classified Total African American Asian American American Indian Hispanic/Latino(a) IAS=Instructional Academic Staff Hawaiian/Pacific Is. Two or More Races UW-Extension relies on revenue from a variety of sources to fulfill its mission. Revenue from all sources increased from $105 million in fiscal year 2006 (FY06) to $130 million in FY11. The percentage of total revenue from gifts, grants, and contracts increased from 32% in FY06 to 33% in FY11. 8

9 Core Strategy 6 Operational Excellence Advance operational excellence by becoming more flexible, responsive, and cost efficient. UW HELP, located within the Division of Continuing Education, Outreach, & E-Learning, coordinates, on behalf of the UW System, electronic university enrollment applications (E-applications) for all UW institutions. This application process saves the applicants time as data for the application at one institution can be transferred to the application for other institutions. Campuses save money as applications can be processed faster and more accurately. Fiscal Year E-Applications FY11 177,375 FY10 165,948 FY09 159,753 FY08 150,999 During the fiscal year, UW System, UW-Extension, and UW Colleges began working to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of online education development. As a part of this effort, the Academic Advanced Distributed Learning (AADL) Co-Laboratory and administrative positions within UW Colleges Online merged with UW-Extension s Continuing Education, Outreach, and E-Learning (CEOEL) division. While the transition is still underway, operational efficiencies are already apparent. The AADL has supplied resources to support new R&D efforts in CEOEL, including an online student community for the Sustainable Management program and technical work for the launch of the UW System ecampus. UW Colleges Online is now benefiting from additional media resources to improve online course offerings. These efforts would not have been possible without the merging of these organizations and were able to be completed without hiring new resources. 9

10 Core Strategy 7 Collaborations Further leverage UW System s strengths and impact through collaborations among the campuses and with other Wisconsin partners. UW-EXTENSION s Progress on UW System Indicators UW-Extension s collaborations and partnerships with other UW institutions, other education sectors, businesses, community organizations, and governmental agencies allow it to have greater impact than by acting alone. UW-Extension provides administrative, financial, and other support to a number of UW System Collaborative Degree Programs. This includes the following four programs: Bachelor s of Science in Sustainable Management, Bachelor s of Science in Health and Wellness Management, Bachelor s of Science in Health Information Management and Technology, and the Bachelor s of Professional Studies in Organizational Leadership and Communication. UW-Extension has a variety of other partnerships in academic and non-academic areas. Partnerships with 75 County and Tribal governments provide nearly $21 million of support for the statewide network of Cooperative Extension offices. The Wisconsin Bookworms is an early childhood literacy project involving a partnership between Cooperative Extension, Wisconsin Public Television, Wisconsin Association of Home and Community Education, and community volunteers. It provides free books to Wisconsin children ages 2-5 in families of financial need. In 2011, nearly 42,000 books were distributed to 5,214 children in 43 counties. Volunteers meet with children eight times during the year to read together. During 2011 the Wisconsin Life project, a collaboration between Wisconsin Public Radio and the Wisconsin Humanities Council, produced and broadcast 104 radio essays and sound portraits heard statewide during Morning Edition. Wisconsin Life is an audio essay series that celebrates the unique, distinctive and cherished aspects of the place we call Wisconsin. Its aim is to communicate a strong sense of regional identity a sense of place to radio listeners, through stories. We experience a sense of place when we connect deeply to the land around us, and when we tell stories about the lives lived in that place, the relationships formed, the communities built. Wisconsin Life uses the power of radio to connect, or reconnect, listeners to this place called home. Pieces produced during the year were done in conjunction with the UW-Madison Folklore Department, the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, the Wisconsin Historical Society and other collaborators. The Wisconsin Youth Entrepreneurs Network (WYEN), launched in 2010, links public and private entities together to leverage the creative power of youth in the context of private enterprise and economic development. The WYEN network is a collaboration that includes UW-Extension, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Small Business Development Centers, Wisconsin 4-H, Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Association of School Councils, and Western Dairyland Community Action Agency. UW-Extension is leading a groundbreaking public-private collaboration of over 80 statewide partners on the Building Community Capacity through Broadband (BCCB) project. This project received two grants from the ARRA-funded Broadband Technology Opportunities Program in 2010, one to lay over 600 miles of fiber optic cabling connecting 182 Community Anchor Institutions in (and between) four communities around the state; one for computer and literacy training and access in five communities statewide to close the digital divide. The Community Area Networks, or CANs, built by this project will facilitate resource sharing over the network, enabling our public institutions to manage costs and provide improved services to Wisconsin residents, while creating economic development opportunities to better position our state in today s global economy. 10

11 UW System s Strategic Framework Prepare Students Ensure that students are prepared with the integrative learning skills, multicultural competencies, and practical knowledge needed to succeed in and contribute to a rapidly changing, increasingly global society. Enabling Strategies Resources Balance, diversify, and grow the university s financial resources and facilities while developing its human talent. People Jobs Growth Agenda Goals More Graduates Increase the number of Wisconsin graduates and expand educational opportunities through improving access and increasing retention and graduation rates. Well-Paying Jobs Increase the creation of wellpaying jobs by expanding the university research enterprise while linking academic programs to entrepreneurship and business development. Operational Excellence Advance operational excellence by becoming more flexible, responsive, and cost efficient. Collaborations Further leverage UW System s strengths and impact through collaborations among the campuses and with other Wisconsin partners. Communities Stronger Communities In partnership with communities, address Wisconsin s greatest challenges and priorities through intensified engagement, research, and learning. 11

12 uw-superior uw-barron county Rice Lake uw-river falls uw-stout Menomonie uw-eau claire uw-marinette uw-marathon county Wausau uw-marshfield/wood county uw-la CROSSE uw-green bay uw-fox valley uw-stevens point Menasha uw-manitowoc uw-oshkosh uw-sheboygan University of Wisconsin Extension uw-fond du lac uw-baraboo/sauk county uw-richland Richland Center uw-washington county West Bend uw-platteville uw-madison uw-whitewater uw-milwaukee uw-waukesha uw-rock county Janesville uw-parkside Kenosha UW-EXTENSION The Accountability Report can be found at

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