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T for the i n Universi was wag i a commi t They un d investm Kansas i s graduate new bus i state. n continue That inv e last fall w freshma We havevibrant scores a r we will b These st u student nationall aircraft leaders i n We will h prosperi of Phar an McGin n n vitation to t t y of Kansa s c ontinues to f e s from the v i ng a Civil W t ment to the d erstood the n u s delivering s form the b a i nesses. An d n t our state t to invest in e stment in t h w e recruited n class aver a A third of t students fr o m ix of persp e r e just one m b e able to ac h u dents are w d iscovered a r ecognition as a phy s d esign cham p n business a n h ave the op p t y of Kansas m acy, which w C h o the Senat e n , Ranking M estify today and the Re g f ace challen v ery foundi n W future of th e n n u cation of it solid return s a ckbone of m d the servic e t o emerge f r our future b h e future is m the univers i a ge ACT sc o t hem scored o m all 105 K e ctives and b m easure of c o h ieve our g o w m species of l i for his wor k s ician of to m p ionship for n d society t o p ortunity to g thanks to s e w as made p o h ancellor B e e Wa y s & M Wednesd ember Ke l in support o g ents syste ges. But as n g of the sta t struggle wi t e state by fo ow that the s residents. s on the inv e m any indust e we provid e om this rec e y investing i m ost easily s i tys most a c o re was 24. 9 a 27 or hig h K ansas coun t b ackground llege readi n o al of gradu a m e in contri b i zard previo u k in green c h m orrow, wh i the second y o morrow. raduate ev e e veral impo r o ssible by t h e , March 9 l ly and me m o f the Gover n m . we all kno w t e 150 years t h Missouri i unding uni v future pros p And I am p l e stment the p r ies in Kans e is enhanci n e ssion and r e i n our unive s een in our s t c ademically , almost thr e h er. t ies, all 50 s t s that b enefi ess, if we c o a ting a high e b uting to ou r u sly unkno w h emistry. A K i le KU engi

2 n y ear in a ro w e n more stu d r tant
n y ear in a ro w e n more stu d r tant efforts. h e support o f G ra ommittee o 9 , 2011 m bers of the s n ors budge t w , the peopl e ago. Durin g i nvolved gu n v ersities. erity of a st a l eased to re p p eople of K a as. Our res e n g quality o f e turn to prostudents, an d talented inc o ee points hi g t ates and 11 2 t s our stude n o ntinue to r e e r percentag e r state and w w n to scienc e KU medica l n eering stud w . These le a d ents who w The first is f the Legisl a n Hi g her E s ubcommitt recommen d e of Kansas h g a time wh e n s, not spor t ate is deter m p ort that the U a nsas have m e arch create s f life for peo p perity, then d I am happ y o ming class g her than th e 2 countries, c n ts. Additio n e cruit better p e of our stu d w orl . For e x e , and anoth e l student wa s d ents won a n a ders at KU w ill contribut e the expansi a ture. In Oc t ducation e: Thank y o d ation for t h h ave faced e n our natio n t m m ined by its U niversity ade. Our s new jobs a p le around t h we must y to report theve . The e national c reating a n ally, while p repared cl a d ents. ample, on e e r received s recognize d n internation a today will b e to the c t ober we op e 1 u m test d a the new School of Pharmacy building in Lawrence, Wichita. Together, they will help us address the critical shortage of pharmacists in our state. s Wichita program and the creation of a program schools dedication to meeting its social mission. Last year, that commitment placed KU among tion for producing primary care practice in rural and underserved areas. d fields that KU is meeting vital workforce needs. Our School of Engineering has made significant strides in expandtes it provides to our and the state. of engineers remains and this is an impediment to growth in the number of engineers we train. Just as a state commitment was made to address the pharmacist shortage, we are hopeful that you executives from a range of Kansas businesses becauseAs they

3 prepare for successful careers and lives
prepare for successful careers and lives after graduation, our students benefit from the active scholars and researchers, our faculty are get a more robust education, and it benefits our state by multiplying the effect of faculty KU research brought nearly $225 million in external funding to Kansas last year. That funding tive start-up companies in the state. The past year saw a number of research accomplishments that hold great potential. Researchers in physics and astronomy made a discovery in the fifor smaller, faster computers. KU scholars desctemperatures in urban areas. And discoveries at the medical center in areas ranging from treatments for illnesses to preventative medicine will enable us to live longer, healthier and added to human knowledge and delivered benefits not only to our students, but to the state and wider world. Those benefits will only grow, thanks to a number of high-profile grants our faculty members brought to Kansas. benefit from new learning assessments that will be developed by the CeTeachers will get quick feedback on whether lessons are working thanks to these new assessments, which will funded by the largest single grant in KU history, $22 million from the U.S. Department of Education. Foster children with emotional disorders and their families of origin will receive treatments and resources to facilitate family reunification. Thats thanks to a $13.3 million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services, the largest in the hiAnd addressing the health challenges of Native Americans will be the focus of a new Center for American Indian Community Health. The center will not only study these challenges, but work to reduce disparities in health outcomes through a $7.5 million National Institutes of Health designation for the KU Cancer Center remains a effort. More than $345 million has been invested in this effort over the last five years by the state, university, KU Hospital, Kansas Bioscience Authority, Midwest Cancer Alliance, the Hall nvestments have helped create ov

4 er 50 new Achieving Comprehensive Cancer
er 50 new Achieving Comprehensive Cancer Center status would mean Kansans wont have to travel out-of-state for cutting-edge cancer treatments. It would have an annual economic benefit of $1.36 billion and create 9,400 permanent jobs. Our firsthis September, and I want you to know how proud we are of the progress thats been made so the university is adapting to meet new challenges and better planning effort. We are focusing on three areas: every aspect of the students academic experience from recruitment to graduation. We l education requirements around the central question, What should everbefore graduating? Were implementing early warning systems to get help to students who are struggling academically. And were looking at Additionally, we are changing the way we recruit students. For example, more of our professional schools are exploring admitting students as freshmen. And we are realigning our scholarships toward recruitment so that we can offer more incoming students four-year Our second area of emphasis is enhancing the scholarly profile of the university. We have continued to increase the amount of external funding we bring to the state, and because of KU, terms of growth in NIH funding in the most recent five-year Thats impressive, though I believseeking to break down barriers that hamper scholarly work. As I mentioned earlier, this will have benefits for students, who get to learn from leaders in their fields. Were also seeking to identify the emerging global grand challenges and societal issues where KU can have the greatest impact, so that we can spur forward our efforts in these areas. This third area of planning emphasis builds on the existing desire to improve our world through scholarly and creative works. Commercialization of new discoveries is one example, and last years opening of the Bioscience and Technology Business Center on west campus will help us These planning efforts go hand-in-hand with our upcoming comprehensive campaign, which will combine private contributions with

5 state investments in order to meet thes
state investments in order to meet these goals. Together, our work in this area will result in more students wribute to our economy ; and a stronger, more vibrant university thats able to deliver an even greater return on Kansans investment. The progress weve made thus far has been during a time of financial challenges for higher million in cuts and unfunded mandates absorbed by KU since the start of the crisis continue to These limitations have affected our students as weforced to limit enrollment in many areas since eliminating upwards of 200 positions at KU and agnation in salaries makes it difficult to recruit e past two years have seen a dozen KU faculty members leave for other universities because of stunted resources. Several of these individuals e associated jobs with them. Consistent with that goal, wer maximize efficiencies. Since 2008 those efforts have resulted in $14.6 million in savings from cost avoidance, operational efficiencies and other measures. But savings wont be enough, as the last decade alone saw a 37 percent decrease in the amount of money we receive from the state for each full-time equivalent student, from $9,092 to $5,729 than does the state. And each budget cut puts even more upward pressure on tuition. We understand Kansas continues to face economic challenges and that the recovery is still of Kansas is tied to the future of its universities. The educated workers of tomorrow are KU we all want to live in can be versities, but ng commitment to higher education. We stand ready to do our part, operating more efficiently and offering programs that meet the cut itself out of the budget crisis economic growth is the key. That growth will be driven by investments in research. I look forward to working with you and my fellow presidents to continue Kansas tradition of nvestments that will lead to for the opportunity to provide this testimony to At this time, I am pleased to introduce Dr. Bahool of Medicine. Following her remarks, wed be happy to answer any questions you may ha