Program Prioritization Town Hall Sessions Sept. 11
September 07, 2017
As noted in a communication from President Chuck Staben on August 22, detailed information about program prioritization will be distributed later this week. In anticipation of that release, the Institutional Planning and Effectiveness Committee (IPEC) has scheduled two town hall meetings for Monday, September 11, to respond to questions and provide clarification about the process and next steps.
The first session will focus on academic departments; the second will focus on non-academic programs, including student and faculty support; centrally provided services; and research, outreach and Extension units. All employees are welcome to attend either session. The sessions will be live-streamed to our statewide centers.
Session 1 (academic departments): 8:30-10 a.m. Pacific time, Monday, Sept. 11, Vandal Ballroom, Pitman Center
Session 2 (non-academic departments): 10:30 a.m. to noon Pacific time, Monday, Sept. 11, Vandal Ballroom, Pitman Center
Boise Water Center: Room 248 (Session 1) and Room 162 (Session 2)
Boise Law and Justice Center: Room 307
Coeur d’Alene: Room 213
Idaho Falls: Room TAB 320
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