In spring and summer 2015, Provost Hanson encouraged all Twin Cities faculty to contribute to a "Call for Ideas" process developed by the Grand Challenges Research Strategies Team of 30 distinguished faculty members. This is one part of a broader plan for campus consultation about areas where the campus is best positioned for major impact.
Provost Karen Hanson presented an update on the strategic plan to the Board of Regents on March 27. She discussed the steps under way to implement the 10-year plan for the Twin Cities campus. She also provided an overview of the methods that will be used to measure progress, with supporting remarks by Lincoln Kallsen, the University's director of institutional analysis.
In my last update on campus strategic plan implementation I noted the work of alignment that is guiding the annual college and school compact and budget meetings, as well as the steps being taken by central offices to take up some of the specific tasks set for them by the strategic plan. I also mentioned that I would very shortly be convening a Grand Challenges Research Strategies Group to help shape grand-challenges research priorities.
I write with an update on the task of implementing the new strategic plan for the Twin Cities campus.
I write to update you on steps we are taking to begin implementation of the new strategic plan for the Twin Cities campus.
I am pleased to report that, last Friday, the Board of Regents unanimously approved the new strategic plan for the Twin Cities campus.
The new Strategic Plan for the Twin Cities campus was unanimously approved today by the University of Minnesota Board of Regents.
I am pleased to share with you a draft of the completed Strategic Plan for the Twin Cities campus, and to invite your comments.
President Kaler, Provost Hanson, and members of the Strategic Planning Workgroup shared with the Board of Regents today the draft of the Strategic Plan for the Twin Cities campus.
President Kaler, Provost Hanson and members of the Strategic Planning Workgroup shared details about the newly drafted Strategic Plan and answered questions at a Campus Conversation September 3. About 350 people joined the discussion in person or online.