GOAL 1 - Prepare Students for Leadership in an Innovation-Driven Economy and Global Society

Key Indicators
By 2014 the College will have:
Data Source 2008-2009 Baseline 2009-2010 Progress Report 2010-2011 Progress Report 2011-2012 Progress Report 2012-2013 Progress Report 2013-2014 Progress Report
1. Increased the first-to-second year in-college retention rate to 80 percent. UK IE
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74.8%
(Most recent data Fall '07 to Fall '08)
72.8% (Fall '08 to Fall '09) 64.7% (Fall '09 to Fall '10) 69.6% (Fall '10 to Fall '11) 71.0% (Fall '11 to Fall '12) 84.8% (Fall '12 to Fall '13)
2. Reduced the ratio of majors to teaching/advising faculty to less than 20/1 in each undergraduate program. COA Chairs,
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3. Shifted enrollment growth to targeted, higher capacity majors in biological and environmental sciences: Five initial targets are Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering, Food Science, Forestry, Natural Resources & Conservation, and Plant & Soil Sciences. UK IE BAE (CIP 140301)=61; Food Science (CIP 011001)=14; FOR (CIP 030502)=52; NRC (CIP 030101)= 63; PSS (CIP 011102)=63 BAE (CIP 140301)=64; Food Science (CIP 011001)=18; FOR (CIP 030502)=47; NRC (CIP 030101)= 65; PSS (CIP 011102)=44 BAE (CIP 140301)=95; Food Science (CIP 011001)=26; FOR (CIP 030502)=59; NRC (CIP 030101)= 78; PSS (CIP 011102)=41 BAE (CIP 140301)=108; Food Science (CIP 011001)=28; FOR (CIP 030502)=69; NRC (CIP 030101)= 79; PSS (CIP 011102)=31 BAE (CIP 140301)=120; Food Science (CIP 011001)=34; FOR (CIP 030502)=74; NRC (CIP 030101)=88 ; PSS (CIP 011102)=43 BAE (CIP 140301)=144; Food Science (CIP 011001)=34; FOR (CIP 030502)=65; NRC (CIP 030101)=92 ; PSS (CIP 011102)=53
4. Increased the number of graduate degrees awarded by an average of 5% per year. UK IE 97 graduate degrees 85 graduate degrees 86 graduate degrees 105 graduate degrees 116 graduate degrees 95 graduate degrees

GOAL 2 - Promote Research and Creative Work to Increase the Intellectual, Social and Economic Capital of Kentucky and the World Beyond its Borders

Key Indicators
By 2014 the College will have:
Data Source 2008-2009 Baseline 2009-2010 Progress Report 2010-2011 Progress Report 2011-2012 Progress Report 2012-2013 Progress Report 2013-2014 Progress Report
1. Increased the annual total of external awards to $35M or above. UK OSPA FY-to- Date Sponsored Projects Awards Totals Reports $23,829,306 $34,221,048 $32,312,992 $22,105,234 $26,443,145 $31,713,353
2. Increased federal competitive grant awards from 33 to 40 percent of the College’s extramural funding portfolio. COA Research Office $8,016,401 or 33.64% $11,620,468 or 33.95% $12,472,231 or 39% $9,155,187 or 41% $10,120,562 or 38% $13,702,138 or 43%
3. Increased at the college level the number of refereed journal publications by 3% per year. COA Research Office-KAES Annual Reports 407 397 377 326 406 452
4. Sustained the number of patents awarded on a four-year rolling average of five per year. UK Commercialization & Economic Development 5.5 6 6 7.5 8.3 8.5

GOAL 3 - Develop the Human and Physical Resources of the College to Achieve Top 20 Stature

Key Indicators
By 2014 the College will have:
Data Source 2008-2009 Baseline 2009-2010 Progress Report 2010-2011 Progress Report 2011-2012 Progress Report 2012-2013 Progress Report 2013-2014 Progress Report
1. Sustained at least two listings in the top 10 or top quartile according to Academic Analytic’s Faculty Productivity Index. COA Assistant Dean for Academic Administration Fourth: Plant Pathology Program, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2007.  Fifth: Plant Sciences, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2007.  Seventh:  Plant Physiology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2007. Ninth:  Entomology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2007.  Tenth: Agricultural Sciences Research, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2007 Fourth: Plant Pathology Program, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2010.    Tenth:  Plant Physiology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2010. First: Plant Pathology Program, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2011. 11th out of 43 programs, Entomology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2011. First: Plant Pathology Program, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2012. 11th out of 43 programs, Entomology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2012. 11th out of 35 programs, Plant Physiology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2012. First: Plant Pathology Program, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2012. 11th out of 43 programs, Entomology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2012. 11th out of 35 programs, Plant Physiology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2012. First: Plant Pathology Program, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2012. 11th out of 43 programs, Entomology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2012. 11th out of 35 programs, Plant Physiology, Academic Analytics, Faculty Scholarly Activity Index, 2012.
2. Increased the contributed value of the college endowment by $500,000 per year. UK Controller and Treasurer Endowment Services, Sharon Klock.  Marci Hicks, UK College of Agriculture Alumni and Development $68,910,605 $70,727,002 $73,919,076 $74,573,870 $75,384,300 Data unavailable as of 10/31/2014
3. Sustained a Top 20 national ranking as indicated by NSF-reported research funding from USDA. NSF Ranked 15th in 2007 in USDA science and engineering research and development funding Ranked 15th in 2007 in USDA science and engineering research and development funding Ranked 15th in 2007 in USDA science and engineering research and development funding Ranked 15th in 2007 in USDA science and engineering research and development funding Ranked 15th in 2007 (the most current report) in USDA science and engineering research and development funding Ranked 15th in 2007 (the most current report) in USDA science and engineering research and development funding
4. Renovated, modernized, or added 50,000 gross sq. ft. of educational, general, research, and student support space available for use by College of Agriculture faculty, staff, and students.  UK Budget Office, Laurie Sorg, Capital and Financial Analyst 2,433,104 total square footage in the COA 2,805,638 total square footage in the COA 2,630,016 total square footage in the COA 2,740,552 total square footage in the COA 2,649,574 total square footage in the CAFE Data unavailable as of 10/31/2014

GOAL 4 - Promote Diversity and Inclusion

Key Indicators
By 2014 the College will have:
Data Source 2008-2009 Baseline 2009-2010 Progress Report 2010-2011 Progress Report 2011-2012 Progress Report 2012-2013 Progress Report 2013-2014 Progress Report
1. Increased the percentage of enrolled undergraduate students from underrepresented groups from 9% in 2007 to 14% in 2014. UK IE 9% in 2007-2008 11.75% in 2008-2009 12.2% in 2009-2010 12.2% in 2010-2011 12.4% in 2011-2012 16.6% in 2012-2013
2. Increased the percentage of enrolled graduate students from underrepresented groups from 7% in 2007 to 9% in 2014. UK IE 7% in 2007-2008 7% in 2008-2009 8% in 2009-2010 7.5% in 2010-2011 6.5% in 2011-2012 8.0% in 2012-2013
3. Completed County Program/Civil Rights Reviews for each of 120 counties, including development of Affirmative Action Plans. Martha Thompson,
College of Agriculture Extension Personnel Specialist
14 The 2009-2010 fiscal year was a scheduled planning year for these reviews.  County Affirmative Action Plans were reviewed, updated, and reported on the regular annual schedule. The second year of the reporting period was the first year of a four-year cycle of county program reviews.  Ten county review teams conducted county reviews in a total of 30 counties.  Reports, including recommenda-tions for improvements, were written and shared with the counties.  Counties will implement recommenda-tions and submit a follow-up report within six months of their review.  County Affirmative Action Plans were reviewed, updated, and reported on the regular annual schedule. The 2011-2012 fiscal year was the second year of a four-year cycle of county program reviews. Ten county review teams, made up of an administrator, a specialist, and an agent, conducted county reviews in a total of 30 counties. The findings were reported by the review teams and shared with the counties under review. Review teams made recommenda-tions for improvement, which will be implemented by the counties. Within six months of the review, a follow-up report will be submitted by the counties. County Affirmative Action Plans were reviewed, updated, and reported on as part of the regular annual schedule. The 2012-2013 fiscal year was the third year of a four-year cycle of county program reviews. Ten county review teams, comprised of an administrator, a specialist, and an agent, conducted county reviews in a total of 30 counties. Review teams reported the findings and provided them to counties under review and district supervisors. Recommenda-tions for improvement made by the review teams will be implemented by the counties. Within six months of the review, a follow-up report will be submitted by the counties. County Affirmative Action Plans were reviewed, updated, and reported on as part of the regular annual schedule. The 2013-2014 fiscal year was the final year of a four-year cycle of county program reviews. Ten county review teams, comprised of an administrator, a specialist, and an agent, conducted county reviews in a total of 30 counties. Review teams reported the findings and provided them to counties under review and district supervisors. Recommenda-tions for improvement made by the review teams will be implemented by the counties. Within six months of the review, a follow-up report will be submitted by the counties. County Affirmative Action Plans were reviewed, updated, and reported on as part of the regular annual schedule.
4. Increased the percentage of female faculty to 30%. UK Faculty Database 26% Female=81  Male=234 25% Female=79
Male=235

26%
Female=87 Male=248

26%
Female=88 Male=246
28.1% Female=102 Male=261 27.7%
Female=99 Male= 259

GOAL 5 - Improve the Quality of Life for Kentuckians through Extension, Outreach and Service

Key Indicators
By 2014 the College will have:
Data Source 2008-2009 Baseline 2009-2010 Progress Report 2010-2011 Progress Report 2011-2012 Progress Report 2012-2013 Progress Report 2013-2014 Progress Report
1. Enhanced and refined an accessible, easily understood database of Extension outcomes, with annual data reported for each priority program area of Cooperative Extension. Cooperative Extension Service Priority Indicator and Featured Program reports Total 246,388. Including number of producers adopting new practices resulting in increased profits (18, 437); number of youth who acquired one or more life skills through 4-H youth development programs (83,495); number of individuals who adopted changes in diet and exercise for the purpose of improving their health (50,796); number of individuals participating in leadership development programs (65,371); number of youth and adults influenced to reduce debt and increase savings (28,289) Total 307,179. Including number of producers adopting new practices resulting in increased profits (18,474); number of youth who acquired one or more life skills through 4-H youth development programs (98,851); number of individuals who adopted changes in diet and exercise for the purpose of improving their health (103,541); number of individuals participating in leadership development programs (58,297); number of youth and adults influenced to reduce debt and increase savings (28,016) Total 243,643. Including number of producers adopting new practices resulting in increased profits (18,921); number of youth who acquired one or more life skills through 4-H youth development programs (89,168); number of individuals who adopted changes in diet and exercise to improve their health (57,262); number of individuals participating in leadership development (48,350); number of youth and adults influenced to reduce debt and increase savings (29,942) Total 294,303. Including number of  producers adopting new practices resulting in increased profits (18,335); number of  4-H youth acquiring life skills (80,708); number of individuals changing diet and exercise to improve their health (50,162); number of individuals participating in leadership development (92,309); number of youth and adults reducing debt and increasing savings (52,789). Total 287,733. Including number of  producers adopting new practices resulting in increased profits (12,831); number of  4-H youth acquiring life skills (90,137); number of individuals changing diet and exercise to improve their health (53,752); number of individuals participating in leadership development (71,367); number of youth and adults reducing debt and increasing savings (59,646). Total 286,877. Including number of  producers adopting new practices resulting in increased profits (16,705); number of  4-H youth acquiring life skills (87,414); number of individuals changing diet and exercise to improve their health (42,411); number of individuals participating in leadership development (80,898); number of youth and adults reducing debt and increasing savings (58,449).
2. Sustained or increased grantsmanship in Extension or Integrated Projects as evidenced by numbers of proposals funded and total funding amount. UK OSPA, Director Debbie Davis 86 new or revised grants in the COA public service category, totaling $8,031,417 116 new or revised grants in the COA public service category, totaling $11,620,440 112 new or revised grants in the COA public service category, totaling $11,825,808 132 new or revised grants in the COA public service category, totaling $8,909,188 102 new or revised grants in the COA public service category, totaling $10,134,800 103 new or revised grants in the COA public service category, totaling $9,604,199
3. Sustained Cooperative Extension Service contacts at or above 6 million. COA Extension Reporting Statistical Contacts 7,269,493 7,659,048 7,852,194 7,568,239 7,697,261 7,287,349
4. Increased or sustained accession and sample numbers at Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center and Regulatory Services. UKVDL from UKVDL database. 
Regulatory Services (RS) from RS database.
LDDC 2008 calendar year = 57,795 accessions Regulatory Services 2008 calendar year = 11,869 feed, fertilizer, milk, seed samples collected for laboratory analysis UKVDL (formerly LDDC) 2009 calendar year = 53,628 accessions Regulatory Services 2009 calendar year = 9,740 feed, fertilizer, milk, seed samples collected for laboratory analysis UKVDL (formerly LDDC) 2010 calendar year = 53,088 accessions Regulatory Services 2010 calendar year = 8,289 feed, fertilizer, milk, seed samples collected for laboratory analysis UKVDL 2011 calendar year = 54,939 accessions Regulatory Services 2011 calendar year = 14,245 feed, fertilizer, milk, seed samples collected for laboratory analysis UKVDL 2012 calendar year = 49,250 accessions Regulatory Services calendar year 2012 = 14,332 feed, fertilizer, milk, seed samples collected for laboratory analysis UKVDL 2013 calendar year = 44,902 accessions. Regulatory Services calendar year 2013 = 14,681 feed, fertilizer, milk, seed samples collected for laboratory analysis