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Campus Environment and Information Technology

The term “campus environment” is used in its broadest sense. All aspects of the built environment are included, from buildings to outdoor spaces to information technology infrastructure. Less concrete aspects of campus environment, such as facets that promote academic and social collaboration, safety, health and wellness, are also included. Examine the role of campus environment and information technology in undergraduate education, graduate education, research and creative activity and service to community and state in the context of the overarching goal of becoming an emerging research university with an unparalleled commitment to student success, closing gaps in achievement and delivering a robust campus experience. Through that examination, propose university-wide goals as well as the actions needed to achieve those goals. Attention should also be paid to promoting efficiency and effectiveness.  Include time frames for expected attainment of goals and actions, proposed assessment and targets for goals, and estimates of human, physical and financial resources required.

Leaders

  • Judy Harral, Facilitator
  • Tim Klaus, Faculty Co-Chair
  • Lionel Cassin, Staff Co-Chair