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From March 20-24, deans, vice presidents and administrative leaders shared presentations highlighting the achievements of their departments and units during the 2022-23 academic year and outlining their priorities for the upcoming fiscal year. [Michael Holahan/Augusta University]

Augusta University leaders share accomplishments and FY24 priorities at annual hearings

Another year of Augusta University’s Planning and Resource Alignment Hearings is complete. Over the span of five mornings from March 20-24, deans, vice presidents and other administrative leaders shared 32 presentations highlighting the achievements of their departments and units during the 2022-23 academic year and outlining their priorities for the upcoming fiscal year.

These leaders have worked with their team members over the current academic year to develop plans that align with the university’s strategic plan, Creating a Legacy, and their priorities shared at the hearings emphasize that strategic alignment and how they will help Augusta University achieve its three aspirational imperatives: enroll 16,000 students by 2030, achieve top 60 NIH ranking by 2030 and receive the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification by 2026.

Open to all Augusta University faculty, staff and students, the sessions were hosted in person and streamed live. In comparison to last year, overall attendance increased and included about 409 unique virtual attendees (6.5% increase) and 231 unique in-person attendees (52% increase).

Here’s a small sample of the takeaways from some of the presentations:

University leaders also referenced possible new academic programs and strategies used to increase cost savings and/or enhance efficiency. AU faculty, staff and students can view all presentations and the executive summary report by visiting the planning webpage.

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