Appendix P

1/24/17

SENATE COMMITTEE ON GLOBAL PROGRAMS

Program Goals for Global Penn State; Student Participation, Diversity, and Comparison to Peer Institutions

(Informational)

Michael Adewumi, the Vice Provost for Global Programs, will present an informational report discussing the goals of Global Penn State, outlining the student participation and diversity in these programs, and comparing Global Penn State to similar programs at peer institutions.

SENATE COMMITTEE ON GLOBAL PROGRAMS

  • Michel Adewumi
  • Augustin Banyaga
  • Timothy Farley
  • Sam Finn
  • Andrew Freiberg
  • Dennis Jett, Vice Chair
  • Jvotsna Kalavar
  • Michael Krajsa, Chair
  • Nancy Luke
  • Sinfree Makoni
  • Joshua Pannaman
  • Jackie Schwab
  • Jim Song
  • Emmanuel Teye
  • Nicole Webster

Slide 1: Introductory Slide: Global Penn State – Internationalizing the University (All Text Slide)

Presented by Michael Adewumi, Vice Provost for Global Programs – January 24, 2017


Slide 2: Barron – On need for global mindset (All Text Slide)

“If you don’t have a world view, if you don’t understand other cultures, if you’re not experiencing everything that this world has to offer, you’re actually at a disadvantage.”

“There’s no doubt about it.  It doesn’t matter which facet of university life you have – research, teaching, service – it’s enriched by an international experience.”

(Eric Barron, President, as stated in the Global Penn State video)


Slide 3: Jones – On global engagement (All Text Slide)

“An enhanced focus on global engagement is central to our mission in the 21st century, reinforcing our mission to offer students opportunities to become global citizens and providing a vehicle for Penn State’s impact to be extended around the world.”

(Nicholas P. Jones, Executive Vice President and Provost, as stated in the Penn State Strategic Plan, 2016-2020)


Slide 4: Towards the Global Penn State: The 3-sided Coin Approach

Global Citizenship & Global Leadership

GO

  • Increase study-abroad participation
  • Diversify destinations
  • Provide transformative experiences

COME

  • Attract best global talent
  • Diversify population
  • Provide indelible experience

PARTNER

  • Partner with select institutions globally
  • Diversify partner locations
  • Foster transformational collaborations

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 4


Slide 5: GO: Study Abroad

GO

  • Increase study-abroad participation
  • Diversify destinations
  • Provide transformative experiences

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 5


Slide 6: Study-Abroad Participation (AY 1993-2016)

  • In AY 1993, there were 581 students who participated in Traditional Programs
  • In AY 1998, there were 796 students who participated in Traditional Programs
  • In AY 2003, there were 995 students who participated in Traditional Programs
  • In AY 2008, there were:
    • 1458 students who participated in Traditional Programs, and
    • 793 students who participated in Embedded Programs
  • In AY 2013, there were:
    • 1371 students who participated in Traditional Programs and
    • 1000 students who participated in Embedded Programs
  • In AY 2016 there were:
    • 1592 students who participated in Traditional Programs and
    • 988 students who participated in Embedded Programs

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 6


Slide 7: Study-Abroad Rankings (2013-2014)

Institutions by Total Number of Study-Abroad Students: Top 40 Doctorate-Granting Universities, 2013-2014

*PSU TOTAL (All Campuses): 2,590 (7TH)

RankInstitutionCityStateTotal Study
Abroad Students
1New York UniversityNew YorkNY4504
2University of Texas - AustinAustinTX3021
3Texas A&M UniversityCollege StationTX2911
4University of Southern CaliforniaLos AngelesCA2891
5University of Michigan - Ann ArborAnn ArborMI2719
6University of Minnesota - Twin CitiesMinneapolisMN2634
*Penn State UniversityTOTALPA2590 (7th)
7Ohio State University - ColumbusColumbusOH2539
8Michigan State UniversityEast LansingMI2478
9University of Illinois - Urbana-ChampaignChampaignIL2422
10University of Wisconsin - MadisonMadisonWI2276
11University of GeorgiaAthensGA2240
12Florida State UniversityTallahasseeFL2221
13University of California - Los AngelesLos AngelesCA2196
14Boston UniversityBostonMA2142
15San Diego State UniversitySan DiegoCA2119
16Indiana University - BloomingtonBloomingtonIN2114
17University of FloridaGainesvilleFL2104
18University of WashingtonSeattleWA2063
19Miami University - OxfordOxfordOH2016
20Penn State University - University ParkUniversity ParkPA1971

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 7


Slide 8: Gender Disparity in Study-Abroad

Penn State averages:

  • For 2010-2011
    • 42% male
    • 57% female
    • 1% unknown
  • For 2015-2016
    • 35% male
    • 65% female

National Averages:

  • For 2010-2011
    • 36% male
    • 64% female
  • For 2015-2016
    • 33% male
    • 67% female

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 8


Slide 9: Ethnic Disparity in Study-Abroad

  • For 2010-2011
    • 73% White
    • 9% Multiple Races
    • 8% Unknown
    • 5% Asian American
    • 3% African American
    • 2% Hispanic/Latino
    • 0.11% Native American/Alaskan
    • 0.07% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
  • For 2015-2016
    • 72% White
    • 8% International
    • 7% Hispanic/Latino
    • 5% Asian American
    • 3% African American
    • 3% Multiple Races
    • 2% Unknown
    • 0.11% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
    • 0.07% Native American/Alaskan

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 9


Slide 10: Ethnic Disparity in Study-Abroad

Penn State Study Abroad Participants 2015-2016:

  • 72% White
  • 8% International
  • 7% Hispanic/Latino
  • 5% Asian American
  • 3% African American
  • 3% Multiple races
  • 2% unknown
  • 0.11% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
  • 0.07% Native American/Alaskan

Penn State Student Population Fall 2015:

  • 68% white
  • 10% International
  • 6% African American
  • 6% Asian American
  • 6% Hispanic/Latino
  • 2% multiple races
  • 2% unknown
  • 0.11% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
  • 0.11% Native American/Alaskan

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 10


Slide 11: Regional Disparity in Study-Abroad

  • For 2010-2011
    • 64% Europe
    • 14% Latin America
    • 7% Asia
    • 5% Oceania
    • 4% Africa
    • 3% North America
    • 2% Middle East
    • 1% Multiple destinations
  • For 2015-2016
    • 64% Europe
    • 13% Latin America
    • 10% Asia
    • 6% Africa
    • 4% Australia/Pacific Islands
    • 1% Middle East
    • 1% North America
    • 1% Multiple Destinations

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 11


Slide 12: Campus Gap in Study-Abroad

  • For 2010-2011
    • University Park = 80%
    • Other Penn State Campuses = 20%
  • For 2015-2016
    • University Park = 79%
    • Other Penn State Campuses = 21%

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 12


Slide 13: Bridging the Campus Gap (2015-2016)

Traditional Programs:

  • University Park = 88%
  • Other Penn State Campuses = 12%

Embedded Programs:

  • University Park = 60%
  • Harrisburg = 6%
  • Behrend = 4%
  • Altoona = 3%
  • Berks = 3%
  • Abington = 1%
  • Other Penn State campuses = 23%

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 13


Slide 14: Bridging the Campus Gap

Embedded Scholarship Awards

  • For 2011-2012
    • University Park = 48%
    • Other Penn State Campuses = 52%
  • For 2015-2016
    • University Park = 32%
    • Other Penn State Campuses = 68%

As described above: January 24, 2017 Agenda, Appendix P, Slide 14


Slide 15: Questions? (All Text Slide)