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Planning for Tomorrow Today. 41 Years Strong. Mission. Education Patient Care Research Service. First DDS Class. DDS Class of 2009. Issues Challenging Dental Schools. Increased costs Reduced government support Faculty recruitment & retention Increasing diversity - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Planning for Tomorrow Today

  • 41 Years Strong

  • MissionEducation

    Patient Care

    Research

    Service

  • First DDS Class

  • DDS Class of 2009

  • Issues Challenging Dental Schools

    Increased costs

    Reduced government support

    Faculty recruitment & retention

    Increasing diversity

    Aging facilities & equipment

  • LSUHSC School of DentistryFunding FY 2009

    52% State of Louisiana1% fees19% student clinics13% state grants and contracts14% federal grants and contracts1% interest income

  • Reduced Government Support

    In FY 2009, 15% budget cut & future cuts expected;

    Funds sustain only basic operations;

    Increased clinic income, federal funding & private support a must.

  • LSUSD Cost to Educate One DDSIn FY 2001:Mean - $83,154LSUSD - $80,967

    State Appropriation:Mean - $29,906LSUSD - $42,990In FY 2007:Mean - $108,416LSUSD - $105,977

    State Appropriation:Mean - $21,973LSUSD - $25,477

  • LSU is still a Great BargainIn FY 2001(public):Mean - $11,565LSU - $5,465

    Private:Mean $29,579

    In FY 2007(public):Mean - $20,301LSU - $10,230

    Private:Mean $41,945

  • DDS Freshman 2009/10

  • Increasing DiversityEnrollment of minority students does not adequately represent the population;

    Most dental schools have poor record of enrolling/matriculating minority dental students.

  • Distribution of Race Among Professionally Active Dentists, 2006

    Chart1

    0.862

    0.034

    0.069

    0.0012

    0.034

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    White, 86.2%

    African American, 3.4%

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    Sales

    White86.2%

    Hispanic3.4%

    Asian/Pacific Islander6.9%

    American Indian0.12%

    African American3.4%

    To resize chart data range, drag lower right corner of range.

  • Increasing Diversity (cont)Established Summer Enrichment Program for minority and disadvantaged students in 2008;

    Mission is to build diverse student body;

    Funded by private donations;

    Campaign to support and expand the program on the horizon.

  • 2009 Summer Program Participants

  • Faculty Recruitment & RetentionLSU requires quality, experienced faculty;

    Faculty salary levels often not competitive;

    Education and research opportunities for faculty necessary;

    Faculty practice opportunities must increase;

    LSUSD lost 30% of faculty following Katrina.

  • Many Retired (Drs. Chiche & Mohamed)

  • Dr. Chadhas Retirement

  • Good News10 new faculty have accepted positions;

    4 more offers extended;

    Average faculty age is 50.

  • New Department HeadsDrs. Van Himel & Dale Ehrlich

  • New Faculty: Drs. Mairi Noverr, Pooja Maney, & Shelley Joachim

  • Facilities (Key Priority)

    LSUSD was built in 1968. Since then, few major renovations have occurred;

    Due to Katrina, the school has completed or is in the process of multiple renovations.

  • Completed Facility Projects

    Two main teaching auditoriums with up-to-date technology/distance learning;

    1st Floor of the E.E. Jeansonne Clinic Building;

    Digital radiography in clinics.

  • Auditoriums

  • Clinic Lobby

  • Research Facility ProjectsApproximately $670K in renovations: Core statistical office (Rm. 6333);Biomaterials research lab (Rm. 6335);Dept. of Oral & Craniofacial Research Labs (Rm. 8405);Two new sterilizers for labs (Rms. 8404 & 6311A);Four renovated cold rooms (walk-in coolers to store research/lab materials).

  • Biomaterials Lab

  • Dr. Xu:Clinical Director Biomaterials

  • Funding for Completed ProjectsFederal Grant DollarsState Allocations

  • Future Renovations Student Wet Labs (Floors 2, 3 & 7) Funded by private contributions;

    Labs never renovated;

    Clean, asbestos free countertop space;

    Lathes and model trimmers replaced;

    Stone and water dispensers replacing old plaster bins.

  • Wet Lab on 2nd Floor

  • Rendition of New Wet Lab

  • New Annex BuildingEst. Completion 2012FEMA to cover majority of cost;

    1st Floor parking;

    2nd Floor faculty practice & clinical research;

    3rd Floor animal research facility

    electrical & mechanical guts housed in the new annex to protect from flooding.

  • Architectural Rendition of Annex Building

  • Another View

  • Preclinical Lab Modernization

    Original equipment (1970) still used;

    Instruction inefficientclass divided; No audio/visual communication between rooms;

    Technology outdated.

  • Preclinical Lab Bench

  • Current Configuration

  • Layout of New Labs

  • Rendition of New Lab Configuration

  • Lab Modernization (cont.)Two labs planned; Phase 1: 79 simulation/bench top workstations with one instructor station; Phase 2: 79 bench tops equipped with audio/visual consoles to improve instruction with one instructor station;

    Each lab expanded for increased class size and CE participation.

  • Key Funding Priorities$3.5 million Lab Modernization Campaign

    Non-endowed Funds for Faculty & Student Development & Facility/Technology Upgrades

    Summer Enrichment Program

    Increase Endowments for Future Stability

  • Why Endowment FundsIncome supports academics and research;

    Chairs & professorships receive a 40% match;

    Endowed fund balance has decreased 36.5%: from $10,443,205 to $6,640,611 (1 year);

    Strong endowment offsets budget cuts & strengthens programs.

  • Labs are First PriorityGoal: $3.5 Million

  • CommunicationEmail Communication is more cost efficient & timely than print; New LSUSD ENewsletter launched this summer;

    Email acquisition is key;

    Forward newsletter or share email addresses if appropriate.

  • Thank you!Causes dont need workers so much as they need informed and dedicated advocates.

    Harold J. Seymour (1894-1968)