NACUBO 2012 Impactful Sessions from “Looking Back…Leading Forward” Annual MeetingAugust 06, 2012 | By aleneolson
Impactful Sessions from “Looking Back…Leading Forward” NACUBO 2012 Annual Meeting:
University Research Parks Increase the Value of Institutions
– led by Mike Bowman, Chairman and President, Delaware Technology Park; Kevin Byrne, COO, University Financing Foundation; Brian Darmody, Associate VP, Research, University of Maryland
An integral part of an institution’s strategic and financial plan are the research parks which provide an alternative source of income and create a physical place where the institution interacts with the private sector. Example: a manufacturing plant redeveloping into a science and technology park called STAR (Science, Technology and Advanced Research).
Building Institutional Capacity and International Enrollment Through Public-Private Partnerships
– led by Andrew Colin, Chairman, INTO University Partnerships; Mark McCambridge, VP for Finance and Administration, Oregon State University; Amy Parsons, VP, University Operations, Colorado State University
Both universities are engaged in joint ventures with private sector partners to address the challenges of a rapidly changing global higher education landscape. Through their unique partnerships, the universities are developing significant new income streams, streamlining operations and services, and building campus infrastructure. They are enhancing their global profiles and competitiveness, and fostering innovation in internationalization on their campuses. Check with Wayne O’Neill regarding strategies that result in dramatic increases in international enrollments, large-scale capital-project development, and improved organizational effectiveness.
Prime Buchholz Corporate Showcase: Navigating the Interrelated Markets
– led by Richard Morrison, Director of Investment Strategy, Prime, Buchholz & Associates, Inc.
Impacting today’s portfolios are the interconnectedness of capital markets. Let the WOA team know if you are interested in predictions and opportunities based on current business and political issues related to strategic growth, liquidity, equity market drivers, private market prospects and flexible capital.
Successfully Partnering Athletics, Special Events, and Facilities
-led by Scott Beckner, Director, Special Events and Facilities Management, New Mexico State University; Glen Haubold, Assistant VP, Facilities, New Mexico State University; Ermelinda Quintela, Associate Athletic Director, Business and Finance, New Mexico State University
New Mexico State University’s special events, athletics and facilities service departments have successfully partnered to develop a comprehensive facilities management and services agreement. University leaders have been able to operate, manage, and maintain the numerous campus facilities and strategically partner to reduce expenses and increase revenues.
Let us know if you would like more information regarding these or other sessions from the National Association of of College and University Business Officers Annual Meeting.