Pushing change in higher education can feel like an impossible task. What is vital to one department is shrugged at in another. What is core to one office’s beliefs is antithetical to another. And everywhere are the ingrained habits, rituals, and procedures that reinforce the status quo. Change in colleges and universities needs to be nurtured, starting with an institution’s culture and the beliefs that underpin it. And that’s where integrated planning excels. It works with your culture, not against it. It engages stakeholders across the institution so you don’t have to make a case to anyone. You’re building a case together—a case for what your institution can be, and the motivation to get there.
Washington State Convention Center
Presented by Santa J. Ono, President and Vice-Chancellor, The University of British Columbia
Presented by Greg Brazell, Director of the Center for Engagement and Learning, Pierce College at Puyallup | Thomas Broxson, District Dean, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Pierce College at Puyallup | Laurie Tripp Heacock, Vice President of Data, Technology and Analytics, Achieving The Dream, Inc.
Presented by Richard Castallo, Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, California State University-Northridge