Are you looking for new ways to align resources across departments, work towards a common goal, and build new relationships at your institution and with your community? Look no further! Your colleagues are eager to share how they're changing the culture of higher education planning by working across departments and aligning to the mission and vision of their institution.
You'll learn the process an access institution and research institution used when they partnered to provide access to students who would have been ineligible to attend the four-year institution due to consolidation; lessons learned when engaging a student committee as an integral part of the planning process from conceptualization through construction; how to evaluate your assessment culture along the accountability-improvement continuum and recognize the costs and benefits associated with each extreme; concepts and strategies to help declining enrollment; and much more!
Practicing and Understanding Integrated Planning
We all do planning every day. SCUP is here to help you take your institution from doing planning to doing integrated planning. What does this mean? It means moving from build to execute, from isolation to community, from burst to journey, and from process to culture. Share in a discussion with your colleagues and SCUP's Chief Learning Officer on Monday at 9:45 - "Evolving Integrated Planning From Tagline to Institutional Norm".
Get ready to be inspired, learn new tools you can apply at your own institution, and enjoy the beautiful city of New Orleans!
Assistant Vice President, Multicultural Life
Associate Chancellor for Sustainability
University of California-Irvine
Sasaki Associates, Inc.
Wendy M. Hillis
Community Engagement Manager, Tina Small Center
Vice President, Facilities Management and Campus Development
Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director of Student Activities, Student Affairs
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
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