March Planning and Resource Alignment Hearings open to faculty, staff and students

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Augusta University will host the Planning and Resource Alignment Hearings as part of its integrated planning process. Major administrative divisions will share their college/school and unit achievements and challenges and present their preliminary goals for FY 2021.

Held annually since the spring of 2014, the hearings provide an opportunity for leaders to share how their goals align with the institutional priorities expressed in the strategic plan, Beyond Boundaries. Leaders also will share how they will use existing resources to accomplish these goals in FY 2021 and describe their priority in the event that additional resources become available.

To foster open and transparent communication about these institutional accomplishments, challenges and priorities that will be shared, all hearings are open to faculty, staff and students. University stakeholders are urged to attend the hearings in person, from a distance or by reviewing the presentations posted online. All presentations will be followed by questions and feedback from a panel of the institution’s executive vice presidents.

Hearings will be held in the JSAC Coffeehouse, Room 235, from 8:30 a.m. to noon March 16-20. This will be the second year the hearings will include a webcasting option for members at off-site locations to watch the hearings live.

Visit the Planning webpage for the full schedule of presentations and access to webcasts. The presentation template and other materials are also available.

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