Committee on Appropriations A/V — 2017

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Mr. Randy Schaefer, President, Board of Regents, made introductions and opening remarks00:01:45
Stewardship of Public Higher Education in South Dakota - Page 200:02:10
Board of Regents' Vision - Page 300:03:31
The 2020 Mission Statement - Page 400:04:36
65 Percent by 2025! - Page 500:06:29
Projected Revenues from Meeting 65% Goal - Page 600:07:42
Growth In Economic Impact - Page 700:07:55
Dr. Michael G. Rush, Executive Director and CEO, Board of Regents, presented the FY18 Budget to the Joint Committee00:09:45
University System and Special Schools - Page 800:09:46
Regents' Mission Includes Schools Serving Special K-12 Populations in South Dakota - South Dakota School for the Blind & Visually Impaired - Page 900:10:43
Regents' Mission Includes Schools Serving Special K-12 Populations in South Dakota - South Dakota School for the Deaf - Page 1000:11:49
SDSD / SDSBVI Teachers' Salary Increase - Page 1100:12:16
Higher Education in South Dakota - Economic Engine - Page 1200:12:52
Higher Education - Page 1300:13:10
Attracts Income - $272 Million in Federal Money in FY16 - Page 1400:13:25
Economic Impact of the South Dakota Public University System - Page 1500:14:10
Generates Income - $2.66 Billion of Annual Economic Impact - Page 1600:14:35
Generates Income - Page 1700:14:42
Generates Income - Page 1800:14:54
Attracts Business - Page 1900:15:00
Milken Institute Study on Economic Development - Page 2000:15:22
Milken Institute Study - Statistics - Page 2100:16:12
Enhances Individual Income - Chart - Page 2200:16:22
New U.S. High- Paying Jobs by Degree Level - Chart - Page 2300:16:39
Impact of Education on Income - Graph - Page 2400:16:59
Strengthening South Dakota - Page 2500:17:11
Board of Regents' Goals - Student Success - Page 2600:17:31
Strategies to Achieve 65% Goal by 2025 - Page 2700:17:45
Programs Fostering Early Completion - Page 2800:18:27
Dual Credit Enrollments - HSDC Enrollments by Semester Type - Graph - Page 2900:19:39
Dual Credit - High School Dual Credit Program Grades by Percentage - Pie Chart - Page 3000:19:58
Affordability Measures Pay Off - Chart - Page 3100:20:01
Improving System Completion - Graph - Page 3200:21:33
At-Risk Student Completions - Chart - Page 3300:21:42
Projected High School Graduates - Graph - Page 3400:21:55
Projected Growth of High School Graduates by State - Chart - Page 3500:22:20
Continuing Priority - South Dakota School of Mines - Math at Mines - Page 3600:22:30
Board of Regents' Goals - Academic Quality and Performance - Page 3700:23:00
Responsive Academic Programming - Page 3800:23:10
Program Changes - Year 2014 to 2016 - Page 3900:23:47
Filling the Workforce Pipeline - Chart - Preparing South Dakotans for Tomorrow's Workforce - Page 4000:24:11
2020 Vision: The South Dakota Science and Innovation Stategy - Chart - Page 4100:24:25
Academic Programming for Economic Development - Value-Added Agriculture and Agribusiness - Page 4200:24:32
Academic Programming for Economic Development - Energy & Environment and Human Health and Nutrition - Page 4300:24:51
Academic Programming for Economic Development - IT / Cyber Security / Information Assurance and Materials & Advanced Manufacturing - Page 4400:25:02
Fact Check: What Kind of Graduates Does a Major South Dakota Employer Hire? - Page 4500:25:13
University of South Dakota Law School - Page 4600:25:47
Board of Regents' Goals - Research and Economic Development - Increase Annual Research and Contract Expenditures - Page 4700:26:26
Research is Economic Development - SDBOR Research Actitivity - FY02 - FY16 - Graph - Page 4800:26:45
Research is Job Development - Page 4900:26:55
Governor Research Centers - Pie Chart - Research Funding $290,817,848 - Page 5000:27:19
Governor Research Centers and Economic Development - Research Centers - Page 5100:28:00
Centers' Impact - Chart - Research Awards in Millions of Dollars - Page 5200:28:20
Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory - $5,000,000 one-time funding and $800,000 in ongoing funding - Page 5300:28:38
Statewide Continuing Priority - Dakota Lakes Research Farm - Page 5400:29:02
Board of Regents' Goals - Affordability and Accountability - Page 5500:29:33
Focus on Efficiencies - Page 5600:29:48
System FTE Utilization - Chart - Page 5700:30:20
Measuring Our Progress - Ensuring Accountability and Transparency - Page 5800:30:48
Interactive Dashboard Reporting - Access and Enrollment - Graph and Chart - Page 5900:31:28
Interactive Dashboard - Other Dashboard Categories - Graph - Page 6000:31:47
Affordability Issues and Solutions - Page 6100:31:53
Decisions Driving Student Costs - Cumulative Budget Impact since FY99 - Page 6200:32:00
Lower State Support Drives Higher Tuition - Chart - FY14 Public Postsecondary Education - Educational Appropriations and Net Tuition Revenue Per FTE - Page 6300:32:50
Student Affordability - #1 Priority - Page 6400:33:10
State Support Impacts Affordability - Graph - FY15 and FY17 Tuition Freezes - Page 6500:33:29
In the Region: Need-Based Funding per Pell Eligible Student - Chart - Page 6600:33:35
Shared Responsibility Model - Page 6700:33:43
South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship - 2016-17 Recipients Funded - Chart - Page 6800:34:13
Opportunity Scholarship Recipent Placement- Chart - Average Placement Rate of Recipients is 70.1% Over Last 5 years - Page 6900:34:30
South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship - Page 7000:34:42
Student Funding of Buildings - Unique to South Dakota - Page 7100:35:05
Funding New Facilities and Major Renovations - Academic Buildings - HEFF Fund - Page 7200:35:20
FY18 Additional M&R Investment - 2% Goal - $27,000,000 - Page 7300:35:46
Maintenance and Repair - Governor Recommends $918,737 - Chart - Page 7400:36:52
Senator Peters - question are HEFF Funds actually apart of the 2% Maintenance & Repair (referring to Pages 72 and 73) and is the general fund protected 00:37:00
Representative Bartels - question what category is grant overhead money placed00:42:55
Senator Tidemann - question what is the deferred maintenance expense for all campuses over the past ten years - Handout00:45:28
System Budget Adjustments - Page 7500:46:35
South Dakota University System - Page 7600:46:58
Picture - Dr. Michael G. Rush's Grandchildren - Page 7700:47:35
Senator Partridge - question lease payments and Maintenance & Repair and is HEFF rate set by the Board of Regents00:47:55
Representative Hunhoff - made a request for a breakdown for student aid and research - how many students are transferring from vocational to higher education - and are dual credit students in university remedial classes and critieria used to eliminate graduate programs and requested a breakdown by campus how many FTE's are adjunct professors - Requested Follow-Up00:50:25
Dr. Tom Jackson, President, Black Hills State University, made FY18 Budget Request to the Joint Committee00:53:30
BHSU Accolades - Page 200:54:32
Quick Facts - Page 300:56:55
Scholarships - Page 400:58:56
South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship - Video - Page 500:59:15
New Scholarships - Page 601:00:20
Dual Credit Scholarship - Page 701:02:13
Undergraduate Research - Page 801:05:20
Representative Hunhoff - question is the Black Hills State University undergraduate research affiliated only with SURF01:05:31
Undergraduate Research - (Continued ) - Page 9 01:09:29
Senator Haverly - question is research conducted at SURF at the 4850 level 01:10:40
Providing Educational Opportunities at BHSU - Rapid City - Page 1001:11:30
Quality Education - BHSU - Rapid City (BHSU - RC) - Page 1101:12:10
From Admission to Graduation Student Success is a Priority - Page 1201:12:53
Student Success - Gear Up Program - Page 1301:14:10
Student Success - American Indian Studies - Page 1401:15:32
Senator Tidemann - question what are goals of Gear-Up Program and how are you going to measure this program at BHSU01:17:10
Student Success - Trending Up - Page 1501:17:38
Record Number of Graduates - Graph - Page 1601:19:15
Helping Students Graduate - Page 1701:20:20
Implementing Community Outreach and Sustainability - Picture - Page 1801:21:15
Community Outreach and Sustainability - (Continued) - Page 1901:21:48
Community Outreach and Sustainability - (Continued) - Page 2001:22:25
Cost Savings - Increasing Efficiencies - FTE Utlization Chart and Total Revenue Pie Chart - Page 2101:23:00
Peer Institutions - FY14 Expenditures per Student - Chart - Page 2201:23:50
Picture of Students - Statewide Map - Page 2301:24:10
Representative Hunhoff - question what is source of the increase in funding for the BHSU Foundation01:25:05
Senator Peters - question budget brief - what is move off campus and tuition fund and the purpose of this fund01:26:07
Senator Peters - question what is strategy to increase BHSU student enrollment01:26:55
Senator Peters - question does the fall on-campus enrollment figures include the Rapid City Campus01:28:30
Senator Nesiba - question are online students included as on-campus student enrollment01:28:50
Senator Peters - requested unduplicated enrollment information for each university site - Follow-Up01:29:45
Dr. Timothy M. Downs, President, Northern State University, made FY18 Budget Request to the Joint Committee - Page 101:32:00
Overview - Northern State University - Statistics - Page 201:32:31
Recognized Achievement - Accreditations List - Page 301:33:30
Recognized Achievement - NSU Rankings- Page 401:34:35
Workforce Development - Largest and Newest Programs - Page 501:35:09
Growing Master's Programs - New Graduate Offerings - Page 601:35:40
Representative Hunhoff - question what are attendance projections in graduate programs01:36:25
Senator Tidemann - question what is the projected time period for accreditation for Mathematics for Teachers from higher learning commission01:37:15
Student Success Initiatives - Title III Grant and Starfish Early Alert - Page 701:38:20
Student Success Initiatives - TRIO Student Support Services Grant - Page 801:39:27
Student Academic Highlights - Honors Program - Page 901:40:22
Student Academic Highlights - List of Students - Page 1001:41:00
Student Athletic Highlights - Page 1101:41:39
Student Athletic Highlights - Page 1201:42:15
Campus Improvements - New Residence Halls and Johnson Fine Arts Center - Page 1301:43:00
Campus Improvements - FY17 Maintenance & Repair Budgeted at $2,300,000 and HEFF at $1,470,000 - Page 1401:45:06
Maximize State Investment - Cost Savings Initiatives - Page 1501:46:13
FTE Utilization - Request for 12 FTE's for E-Learning - Page 1601:47:19
Senator Tidemann - question what is the budget and total FTE's for E-Learning and requested information for Board Papers01:48:50
Senator Peters - requested how many students and school districts are participating in E-Learning01:49:55
Senator Peters - requested E-Learning information be listed on a one page document01:50:15
Grant-Funded Initiatives - New and Continuing Collaborations - Page 17 01:50:37
Undergraduate Research - Other Notable Undergraduate Activities - Page 1901:52:05
Meeting South Dakota Education Needs - NSU Center for Statewide E-Learning - Page 2001:52:42
Senator Tidemann - requested what is usage and budget for E-Learning over past five years and requested Follow-Up01:53:36
Meeting South Dakota Education Needs - NSU Center for Statewide E-Learning- Chart - Total Students Served - Page 2101:53:50
Meeting South Dakota Education Needs - Map - FY17 E-Learning Expansion - Page 2201:54:40
Meeting South Dakota Education Needs - E-Learning Map - Page 2301:55:05
NSU Regional Science Center - House Bill 1010 - Page 2401:55:32
NSU Regional Science Center - House Bill 1010 - (Continued) - Page 2501:56:27
NSU Regional Science Center - House Bill 1010 - (Continued) - Page 2601:57:14
NSU Regional Science Center - House Bill 1010 - (Continued) - $25,175,000 Privately Funded - Page 2701:58:01
NSU Regional Science Center - House Bill 1010 - Goal: Advancing Science Education in the Region - Page 2801:58:49
Senator White - question how difficult is it to find STEM faculty and will E-Learning help train science teachers01:59:39
Senator White - question how is E-Learning contributing to post-secondary education choices02:01:46
Economic Impact Report - Northern State University - Page 2902:03:39
Picture - Students - Wolve's Mascot - Page 3002:05:15
Representative Hunhoff - question why is there only one student graduating with a bachelor's degree in math last year and you have 33 graduate in biological sciences02:05:30
Dr. Heather Wilson, President, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, made FY18 Budget request to the Joint Committee - Page 102:08:09
Mines is Growing - Chart and Graph - Enrollment - Page 202:08:30
Internships & Professional Development - Page 302:09:13
Improving Facilities - Placer Hall - Page 402:10:01
Chemistry and Applied Biological Sciences - Page 502:10:28
Maintenance and Repair Funds - McLaury Hall Renovation - Page 602:11:08
FY17 Unrestricted Budget - Chart - 3.6% positive margin - Page 702:12:07
Using State Funded Positions - FY16 General Fund Employee Position Use - Chart - Page 802:12:45
What about Federal and Tuition / Fee Funded Positions? - Page 902:14:05
Legislation - HB1009 - Allows Mines to accept the donation of a small parcel of land from Pennington County - Page 1002:14:47
Math @ Mines - FY18 Budget Request - $250,000 - Page 1102:15:16
Freshman are Starting in More Difficult Classes - First Math Classes at Mines - Chart - Page 1202:17:20
And Grades are Higher - Chart - Year 2014 - 2016 - Page 1302:18:00
And Those Who Re-Take Are Doing Better 2nd Time - Chart - Page 1402:18:33
Representative Hunhoff - question what year were students participating in pilot program and how do you measure and determine improvement in all students02:19:30
Representative Howard - question why can't we fund Math @ Mines program through private donations and expressed taxpayer concerns02:20:31
Senator Peters - question what is the average math level for entering students and do they succeed and expressed that this was not a remedial math program02:22:45
Senator Tidemann - question how many students participated in math in their last year of high school before participating in School of Mines Summer Program02:24:10
How Much Will A Family Save? - Chart - Page 15 02:25:10
Growing Research - PhD Students and Invention Disclosures - Graph - Page 1602:25:42
Research - What are Our Strengths? - Page 1702:26:15
Research - Based Economic Development - Page 1802:26:39
Space is a Barrier to Research Expansion - Page 1902:27:28
Alignment: Rapid is Ready - South Dakota Institute for Advance Materials and Manufacturing - Page 2002:27:52
Summary - Page 2102:28:22
Representative Howard - question what can be done to ease overcrowding in the classroom02:28:55
Senator White - question do new students understand expectations of math at School of Mines02:31:06
Senator Partridge - question is math pilot project an inexpensive way to prevent student failure in math and congratulated President Wilson on her appointment by the President of the United States 02:33:56
South Dakota's Specialized Schools - SD School for the Deaf and SD School for the Blind and Visually Impaired - Page 102:36:40
Dr. Marjorie Kaiser, Superintendent, South Dakota's Specialized Schools, made FY18 Budget Request to the Joint Committee02:36:44
What's Different about Sensory Impairments? - Page 202:37:20
Statewide Role and Mission - Page 302:40:10
Expertise and Quality of Services - Page 402:42:22
Instructional Staff Salary Increases - Budget Request - SDSBVI - $86,985 and SDSD - $59,508 - Page 502:43:36
Senator Sutton - question will the staff salary increases be competative with K-12 teacher salaries02:45:20
Senator Tidemann - question will Instructional Staff Salaries be distributed on market performance02:46:15
South Dakota School for the Deaf - Page 602:47:05
Audiology - Request for 2 FTE's - Page 702:48:37
Senator Sutton - question how do families have access to audiology services and information02:48:42
South Dakota School for the Deaf Property in Sioux Falls - Page 802:52:35
SDSD Facility Utilization - Floor Plan - Page 902:53:10
Senator Haverly - question is orange space on floor plan available to lease02:54:11
SDSD Facility Utilization - Floor Plan - Lower Level - Page 1002:55:10
SDSD's Facility Usage - Page 1102:55:43
South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired - Page 1202:56:20
Efficiencies and Effectiveness - Page 1302:57:53
FTE Utilization - Chart - Page 1402:58:58
Senator Nesiba - question - what are the Board of Regents' long term plans for the School for the Deaf02:59:09
Senator White - question do SDSD high school students have the opportunity to work with outside employers03:00:14
Announcements and Adjourn03:01:59