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Unformatted text preview: Internal Self-Study Report Appendices Department of Communication University of Maryland December 2013 Table of Contents Appendix I.1.—Five-Year Numbers of Undergraduate and Graduate Students Appendix I.2.—Degrees Awarded Appendix I.3.—Mean Length of Time to Complete B.A. Appendix I.4-5.—Number of Faculty and Staff/Graduate Assistants Appendix I.6.—Credit Hours Taught to Majors and Non-Majors Appendix I.7.—SAT Scores, Average GPAs of Majors Appendix I.8.—GRE Scores and Undergraduate GPAs of Graduate Students Appendix I.9.—Contracts and Grants Received Appendix I.10.—Faculty Salary Comparisons Appendix I.11.—Expenditures of Non-Restricted Funds—Budgeted/[Actual] Appendix II.1., 3.—Graduate Program Admission Information/Acceptances Appendix II.2.—Alma Maters of Current Graduate Students Appendix II.4.—Graduate Program Specializations and Number of Students Appendix II.5.—Assessment Materials, Graduate Program Appendix II.6.—GSIT Information Appendix III.1.—Positions Accepted by Recent Ph.D. Graduates Appendix III.2.—Awards and Honors Received by Recent Graduate/Graduate Students Appendix III.3-4.—Time to Degree for Ph.D. Graduates; Entry Level Salaries of Ph.D. Graduates Appendix IV.1.—Abstracts from all Ph.D. Dissertations, 2008-2013 Appendix V.1.—Summary of Faculty, Graduate Student Research Activity Appendix V.2.—CVs of Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Edward L. Fink Robert Gaines Dale Hample Sahar Khamis James F. Klumpp Brooke Fisher Liu Kristy Maddux Xiaoli Nan Shawn J. Parry-Giles Trevor Parry-Giles Anita Atwell Seate Erich Sommerfeldt Elizabeth L. Toth Amber Westcott-Baker Andrew Wolvin Michelle Murray Yang Appendix VI.1.—Courses Offered Appendix VII.1.—Undergraduate Curriculum and Requirements for Admission Appendix VIII.—Advising, Undergraduate and Graduate Appendix X.—Student Evaluation of Teaching Form Appendix XI.1.—Results of Undergraduate Student Survey, College Park Appendix XI.2.—Results of Graduate Student Survey Appendix XI.3.—Results of Undergraduate Student Survey, Shady Grove Appendix XII.1.—Plan of Organization and Other Policy Documents Appendix XII.2.—Committee Assignments, 2013-2014 Appendix XII.3.—2010 Strategic Plan Appendix I.1.—Five-Year Numbers of Undergraduate and Graduate Students 1. Registered Majors Full-time Part-time New first-time New transfer/others Total 2. F 2008 764 35 63 22 799 F 2009 770 42 49 21 812 F 2010 792 46 51 18 838 F 2011 762 40 45 31 802 F 2012 808 58 45 27 866 Graduate Students Full-time F 2009 71 F 2010 63 F 2011 58 F 2012 56 F 2013 81 F 2013 751 65 38 38 816 Appendix I.2.—Degrees Awarded B.A. Ph.D. F 2008 276 7 F 2009 280 7 F 2010 277 2 F 2011 329 6 F 2012 292 12 F 2013 298 9 Appendix I.3.—Mean Length of Time to Complete B.A. F 2008 276 3.6 F 2009 279 3.4 F 2010 276 3.3 F 2011 328 3.4 F 2012 291 3.4 F 2013 297 3.3 # Started as FirstYear Mean TTD-First Year 184 182 176 240 181 177 3.9 3.8 3.7 3.7 3.8 3.7 # Started as Transfer Mean TTD-Transfer Average Credits Transferred 89 94 94 87 107 118 2.9 2.7 2.7 2.6 2.7 2.8 37.1 41.7 37.9 41.1 41.3 46 # of B.A. recipients Mean TTD Appendix I.4-5.—Number of Faculty and Staff/Graduate Assistants Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Other Faculty Instructors/Lecturers Other Staff Teaching Assistants F 2008 6 6 5 1 4.7 7 26.25 F 2009 6 4 6 0 5.5 7 27.5 F 2010 7 3 6 0 6.25 7 21.75 F 2011 6 1 6 0 10.75 6 19 F 2012 5.1 4 4 0 16 8 16.5 Total 55.95 56 51 48.75 53.6 Appendix I.6.—Credit Hours Taught to Majors and Non-Majors Undergraduate % to UG Majors % to Non-Majors F 2008 19,328 43.40% 56.60% F 2009 20,459 46.40% 53.60% F 2010 21,336 47.40% 52.60% F 2011 20,705 49.20% 50.80% F 2012 20,674 48.90% 51.10% F 2013 24,777 42.60% 57.40% Appendix I.7.—SAT Scores, Average GPAs of Majors Critical—75% Reading—25% Math—75% Math—25% Combined—75% Combined—25% # of Test Scores # of Students F 2008 650 530 640 510 1290 1040 49 63 F 2009 670 565 690 595 1330 1200 43 49 F 2010 673 578 650 568 1293 1150 44 50 F 2011 648 570 675 543 1308 1120 38 45 F 2012 650 570 650 550 1270 1143 38 45 F 2013 650 520 650 525 1255 1090 35 38 Average GPAs 3.788 3.654 3.843 3.909 3.849 3.892 Appendix I.8.—GRE Scores and Undergraduate GPAs of Graduate Students GRE Verbal GRE Quantitative GRE Analytical F 2009 570 671 48 F 2010 580 651 51 F 2011 583 675 52 F 2012 649 714.5 46 F 2013 85% 62% 63% (45) F 2014 81% 62% 67% (45) Undergraduate GPA 3.6 3.64 3.90 3.68 3.61 3.66 Appendix I.9.—Contracts and Grants Received PI or Co-PI Title Sponsor Amount Date Brooke Fisher Liu Center for the Study of Terrorism and Behavior DHS $17,681 01/01/1212/31/16 Brooke Fisher Liu Center for the Study of Terrorism and Behavior DHS $165,000 01/01/1212/31/16 Brooke Fisher Liu E-VERIFY: Comprehensive Testing of Imminent Threat Public Messages for Mobile Devices DHS $222,382 06/27/1212/26/12 Brooke Fisher Liu E-VERIFY: Comprehensive Testing of Imminent Threat Public Messages for Mobile Devices DHS $169,824 12/27/1206/25/13 Brooke Fisher Liu E-VERIFY: Comprehensive Testing of Imminent Threat Public Messages for Mobile Devices DHS $499,017 06/27/1306/24/14 Xiaoli Nan ADVANCE: Creating a Culture of Investment NSF $27,700 10/01/1009/30/15 Xiaoli Nan Societal Ripple Effects from Terrorist Attacks and Risk Communication Strategies DHS $20,000 01/01/1109/30/11 Xiaoli Nan Message Framing and HPV Vaccination Acceptance among African-Americans NIH-NCI $150,000 09/01/1108/31/13 Xiaoli Nan Cooperative Agreement to Support JIFSAN FDA $74,939 09/15/1208/31/13 Appendix I.10.—Faculty Salary Comparisons Faculty Rank Ph.D. Base Salary Edward L. Fink Robert Gaines** James F. Klumpp* Shawn J. Parry-Giles Trevor Parry-Giles*** Elizabeth L. Toth Andrew Wolvin Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor & Chair Professor 1975 1982 1973 1992 1992 1975 1968 $144,040.65 $164,565.30 $117,212.18 Dale Hample Brooke Fisher Liu Kristy Maddux* Xiaoli Nan Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor 1975 2006 2007 2005 $87,871.98 $73,440.00 $61,164.88 $72,420.00 Sahar Khamis Anita Atwell Seate Erich Sommerfeldt Amber Westcott-Baker Michelle Murray Yang Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor 2000 2012 2011 2013 2011 $57,588.00 $66,300.00 $63,240.00 $63,000.00 $66,000.00 $92,111.40 $85,540.94 * On Sabbatical Leave ** On Leave—Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies *** On 1/8th Leave—Associate Director for Academic & Professional Affairs, National Communication Association Note: Salaries do not reflect merit raises that are effective April 1, 2014, or 3% COLA, effective January 1, 2014. Appendix I.11.—Expenditures of Non-Restricted Funds—Budgeted/[Actual] FY2008 Itemized PositionFaculty & Staff FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 1,624,715 2,069,900 1,900,589 1,933,341 1,897,642 1,976,976 [2,035,343] [2,044,697] [1,897,967] [1,969,182] [1,789,529] [2,235,293] Graduate Assistants 755,600 [656,258] 526,042 [758,219] 535,030 [834,406] 455,042 [679,536] 554,160 [623,499] 539,382 [553,524] Labor & Assistants 966 [192,876] 1,010 [146,267] 32,210 [118,480] 1,010 [95,113] 1,010 [200,184] 1,010 [387,236] Operating 38,457 40,957 40,957 40,957 40,957 40,957 Other 0 [35,250] 0 0 [17,480] 0 0 [3,644] 0 [200] 0 [0] 0 [0] 0 [0] 0 [0] 0 [0] 0 [0] 0 [0] 0 [0] 0 [0] 0 [0] Turnover Fringe Benefits Total 0 [37] 2,419,798 2,637,909 2,508,786 2,430,350 2,493,769 2,558,325 [2,919,764] [2,949,183] [2,868,333] [2,743,831] [2,616,856] [3,176,253] Appendix II.1, 3.—Graduate Program Admission Information/Acceptances 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Applications Admissions Acceptances of Admissions 202 194 232 215 131 135 14.9% 10.3% 3% 9.3% 11.5% 34.8% 66.7% 85% 100% 55% 55% 87.2% Appendix II.2.—Alma Maters of Current Graduate Students U.S. Institutions (37) Bradley University California Polytechnic State University—San Luis Obispo College of New Jersey DePaul University DePauw University Florida State University George Washington University Henderson State University Houghton College Lake Erie College Liberty University Macalester University Mary Washington University Miami University—Oxford, Ohio Michigan State University Northern Arizona University Northern Illinois University Pennsylvania State University Radford University Roberts Wesleyan College San Diego State University Stanford University Syracuse University Truman State University University of Houston University of California, Santa Cruz University of Illinois University of Maryland University of Richmond University of Pittsburgh University of San Diego Vanderbilt University Villanova University Wake Forest University Wayne State University Willamette University Wittenberg University International Institutions (20) Babes-Bolyai University (Romania) Beihang University (China) Beijing Sport University (China) Calcutta University (India) Communication University of China Dalian University (China) Fudan University (China) Hebei University (China) Kyung Hee University (Korea) National Taiwan University Sungkyun Kwan University (Korea) Shanghai International Studies University Southwest Jiaotong University (China) University of International Relations (China) University of Zagreb (Croatia) Westfälische-Wilhems (Germany) Xian University (China) Yonsei University (Korea) Zhejiang University (China) Appendix II.4.—Graduate Program Specializations and Number of Students Areas of Study Graduations (2008-2013) Current Students Communication Education Intercultural Communication Health & Risk Communication Media Studies Persuasion & Social Influence Public Relations Rhetoric & Political Culture 2 3 10 3 5 9 11 0 9 8 1 4 15 27 Appendix II.5.—Assessment Materials, Graduate Program GOA Report – Fall 2012 Reporting Period: Spring Semester of 2012; August-October of 2012 Dissertation and Final Oral Exam Report (3 Reports) Scale for Report: Pass With Distinction (4); Pass (3); Pass with Development Needed (2); Conditional Pass (1); Failure (0) Dissertation Project Mean Scores Oral Defense Significant Contribution to Research Mastery of Methods Focused and Significant Claims/Hypotheses Sufficient Support for Claims Careful Preparation of Manuscript for Graduate School (3) (3) (2.8) (3) (3) Defends Significance of Project Demonstrates Mastery of Literature for Dissertation Research Defends Choices of Procedure for Guiding Research Offers Relevant and Compelling Evidence for Claims (3.7) (3.7) (3.7) (2.8) Scale for Remainder of Reports: Exemplary (4); Met Expectations (3); Concentrated Attention Required (2); Unacceptable for this Stage of Program (1); No Evidence to Judge (0) Dissertation Prospectus Report (1 Report) Original Research Problem/Defines Contribution of Research Project Distills Dissertation Research Identifies and defines key concepts Vision of Remaining Steps for Dissertation and Plan to Fulfill Study Produced a Comprehensive and Thorough Bibliography of Sources Proper Concern for Human Subjects Comprehensive Exam Report (2 Reports) Identifies Major Questions/Issues Formulates Claims/Evidence for Claims Recalls Literature/Understands Major Issues Exhibits Basic Issues/Area Exam Exhibit Understanding of Methodology Exhibits Depth of Knowledge of Specific Area Mean Scores (4) (4) (4) (3) (4) (N/A) Mean Scores (2.5) (3.0) (3.5) (2.5) (3.0) (3.0) Report to Advisor on Seminar Experience (27 Reports) Identifies Major Questions/Issues in Readings Brings Scholarship to Original Research Projects Demonstrates Command of Method Writes Clear and Cogent Papers Engages Actively in Scholarly Discussion Supports Original Claims (written form) Supports Original Claims (Oral Form) Mean Scores (3.2) (3.0) (2.9) (2.9) (3.3) (3.2) (3.1) Appendix II.6.—GSIT Information Masters of Professional Studies; Graduate Certificates of Professional Studies Graduate Applications Total Applications Admitted Students 2013 36 26 Acceptances of Those Admitted 24 Students Who Deferred 5 Average Undergraduate GPA 3.42 Demographic Data for Admissions Men Women Percentage of Racial Minorities FY2014 5 (21%) 19 (79%) 20 (83%) (58% Domestic Minorities) UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOLS—Current GSIT Students U.S. Institutions American University CUNY—Hunter College Howard University Johns Hopkins University New York University Tufts University University of California—Berkeley University of Maryland University of Texas—Arlington University of Texas—Austin International Institutions Catholic University of Lyon (France) Fudan University (China) Huazhong UST (China) Richmond American International University of London Shanghai Jiao Tong (China) Tianjin University (China) University of Ottawa (Canada) Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Spain) Universidad de los Andes (Columbia) RU/VH, RU/H, DRU: 90 percent RU/VH: 60 percent RU/H: 20 percent DRU: 10 percent RU/VH = Research Universities (Very High Research Activity) RU/H = Research Universities (High Research Activity) DRU = Doctoral/Research Universities Advisor: Director of GSIT Ratio of Graduate Students/Advisor: 24:1 Appendix III.1.—Positions Accepted by Recent Ph.D. Graduates California State University—Fullerton Coe College College of Charleston Concordia University CUNY-Baruch College Elon University Emerson College Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne Lewis & Clark College Marshall University Messiah College Montclair State University Purdue University Richard Stockton College of New Jersey St. Louis University Southern New Hampshire University Syracuse University Towson University University of Baltimore University of Georgia University of Houston University of Massachusetts—Boston University of Oklahoma University of Richmond University of South Carolina—Aiken University of Tennessee University of Toronto Medical Center Virginia Commonwealth University Zayed University (Dubai, U.A.E.) Based on Existing Positions— Percentage of Graduates in Tenure-Track by Carnegie Classification: Research University (Very High): 19% Research University (High): 7% Master’s Large, Medium, Small: 33% Baccalaureate College: 9% Appendix III.2.—Awards and Honors Received by Recent Graduate/Graduate Students Awards and Honors to Graduate Students 2013 Julia Daisy Fraustino, Stephanie Madden and Brooke Liu, Top Paper Award (Second Place), Public Relations Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., Aug. 2013. Kim Hannah, Ronald E. McNair Graduate Fellowship, University of Maryland, 2012-2013. Irina Iles, International Teaching Fellowship, University of Maryland, 2012-2013. Amanda Kennedy, Top Student Paper Award, Public Relations Division, annual convention of the National Communication Association, Washington, D.C., Nov. 2013. Kelly Madden, Distinguished Teaching Assistant, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Maryland, April 2013. Kelly Madden, Arts and Humanities Student Travel Grant, $500, University of Maryland, 2013. Kelly Madden, Jacob K. Goldhaber Student Travel Grant, $400, University of Maryland, 2013. Stephanie Madden, Terrorism Research Award, $5000, National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), July 2013. Thomas McCloskey, Top Presentation, “Nationalism in Ukraine's Gay Propaganda Bill Debate,” $400, Graduate Research Interaction Day, The Graduate School, University of Maryland, April 2013. Thomas McCloskey, Graduate Writing Fellow, The Graduate School, University of Maryland, 2012-2013. Annie Laurie Nichols, Most Valuable Professor, University of Maryland Men’s Soccer Team, 2012-2013. Jade Olson, Lilly Graduate Teaching Fellowship Recipient, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Maryland, 2013-2014. Jade Olson, Distinguished Teaching Assistant, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Maryland, April 2013. Jade Olson, Outstanding Service Award, Department of Communication, University of Maryland, May 2013. Jade Olson, Top Presentation, “Natural Terror: Mediating Radical Environmentalism,” $400, Graduate Research Interaction Day, The Graduate School, University of Maryland, April 2013. Adam Richards, Top Presentation, “Seeing Red: The Effect of Grading Ink Color on Student Perceptions of Instructor Feedback,” $400, Graduate Research Interaction Day, The Graduate School, University of Maryland, April 2013. Yvonne Slosarski, Participant (competitively selected), National Doctoral Honors Seminar, Acadia National Park, Maine, sponsored by National Communication Association, July 2013. Yvonne Slosarski, Participant (competitively selected), Summer Doctoral Seminar, “Affect, the Public Sphere, and Social Movements,” Wayne State University, 2013. Michael Steudeman, Outstanding Research Paper Award, Department of Communication, University of Maryland, May 2013. Michael Steudeman, Outstanding Teaching Award, Department of Communication, University of Maryland, May 2013. Michael Steudeman, Top Presentation, “Educational Epistemes and Public Policy Polysemy in the 2012 Chicago Teachers’ Strike,” $400, Graduate Research Interaction Day, The Graduate School, University of Maryland, April 2013. 2012 Steven Cohen, Golden Key International Honour Society Graduate Scholar Award, $10,000, 2012. Steven Cohen, Distinguished Teaching Assistant Award, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Maryland, 2012. Steven Cohen, Omicron Delta Kappa Inductee, University of Maryland, Spring 2012. Theresa A. Donofrio, First Place in Section at Graduate Research Interaction Day, University of Maryland, College Park, Md., April 2012. Theresa A. Donofrio, University Teaching and Learning Program Certification, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Maryland, College Park, Md., 2012. Ahnlee Jang, Second Place Paper Award, Graduate Research Interaction Day, University of Maryland, April 2012. Melissa Janoske, Arts and Humanities Student Travel Grant, $500, University of Maryland, May 2012. Melissa Janoske, Jacob K. Goldhaber Student Travel Award, $400, University of Maryland, April 2012. Tiffany Lewis, Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowship, $10,000, The Graduate School, University of Maryland, Fall 2012. Tiffany Lewis, Arts and Humanities Student Travel Grant, $500, University of Maryland, Fall 2012. Annie Laurie Nichols, “Preparing for Controversy in the Classroom,” competitively selected learning community with accompanying fellowship, $500, Fall 2012. Jade Olson, Second Place Research Presentation, “Addressing Environmental and Energy Issues” Panel, Graduate Research Interaction Day, Graduate Student Government, University of Maryland, College Park, Md., April 2012, $400. Adam Richards, First Place Winning Paper Award, “Education: Pedagogy and Learning” Panel, Graduate Research Interaction Day, University of Maryland, 2012. Adam Richards, Graduate Certificate, University Teaching and Learning Program, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Maryland, 2012. Adam Richards, Top Student Paper Award, Kentucky Conference on Health Communication, 2012. Alyssa Samek, Top Student Paper, “More than Women Identified Women: Unpacking LesbianFeminist Coalitional Subjectivities in the 1970s,” Organization for Research on Women and Communication, Western States Communication Association Convention, Albuquerque, N.M., Feb. 2012. 2011 Rowena Briones, Second Place for Visual Presentation, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Poster Competition, Public Relations Division, St. Louis, Mo., August 2011. Steven Cohen, Honors Humanities Doctoral Teaching Apprentice Fellowship, Fall 2011, $2,250. Theresa A. Donofrio, Ph.D. Centennial Scholarship Recipient, Eastern Communication Association, April 2011. Theresa A. Donofrio, Runner-Up in Section at Graduate Research Interaction Day, University of Maryland, College Park, Md., April 2011. Theresa A. Donofrio, Top Four Papers in Rhetoric and Public Address, Western States Communication Association, Feb. 2011. Leysan Khakimova, First Place Presentation, Public Policy Division, $500, Graduate Research Interaction Day, University of Maryland, Colle...
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