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Buck-Eye View - Knowlton Terminal and Aviation Learning Center
The newest facility at The Ohio State University Airport is ready for take-off. Thanks to a large grant from the Austin E. Knowlton Foundation, a new terminal and aviation learning center opened in August 2018. The new building advances the university’s strategic plan through the addition of teaching, learning, and research space to support airport operations.
IPPLG Granting Wishes
The Department of Microbiology at The Ohio State University recently received a makeover thanks to a grant program led by the Integrated Physical Planning Liaison Grant (IPPLG). As part of the plan, IPPLG is providing matching funds up to $50,000 to enhance common learning spaces for more effective use. The university’s Framework 2.0 plan identified the need for more informal student learning spaces – both inside and out. The program also supports the university’s strategic plan. To learn more about the program, visit: https://oaa.osu.edu/call-applications-2017-18-framework-informal-learning-space-and-civic-space-grants
Teaching + Research + Outreach = Success for Ohio
Describes the strategic plan for the College, OSU Extension and OARDC
Strategic Plan for University IT
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Ohio State Capstone Projects Spark Smart Future
The Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability (EEDS) major at The Ohio State University prepares students to solve society's current and future sustainability challenges in part through a senior capstone class that involves in-depth, real-world projects related to sustainability. These projects require active collaboration with university, public, and private sector partners, and challenge students to apply all that they have learned. The EEDS capstone has partnered with the City of Columbus Mayor's Green Team to implement the City's sustainability strategic plan, with The Ohio State University Office of Energy and Environment to implement the university's sustainability goals, with the City of Worthington to advance its sustainability initiatives, and with the recently launched Smart Columbus project--that involves more than $415 million of public and private support--to transform transportation systems and infrastructure to make Columbus a leading Smart City. Moving forward, a combination of sustainability, business, environmental economics and policy, natural resource management, environmental science, architecture and design, and engineering classes will continue to build this "living laboratory" model to provide students with integrative capstone experiences to culminate their undergraduate work and prepare them for the next steps of their careers. The EEDS program is a joint major between the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics (AEDE https://aede.osu.edu/) and the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR https://senr.osu.edu/) in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. The EEDS Capstone projects were presented at the Environmental Professionals Network Breakfast on April 18, 2017. The breakfast program, “Columbus, One Smart and Sustainable City – Using Innovative Technology to Improve People’s Access to Opportunity” can be viewed here (http://go.osu.edu/april2017EPN) Spring 2017 EEDS Capstone Instructors: Dr. Greg Hitzhusen and Dr. Abdoul Sam
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A Strategic Plan
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AOII Strategic Plan
AOII STRATEGIC PLAN 2015-2019 Experience • Service • Advancement • Growth Like this video and subscribe to our page for more AOII!!
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Humber's 2013-2018 Strategic Plan
Humber's 2013-2018 Strategic Plan was approved by the Board of Governors on Monday, June 24, 2013. This five-year plan was developed through the most iterative, collaborative and consultative process undertaken at Humber to-date, and reflects the combined expertise, experience and knowledge of more than 1,600 faculty, staff, students, employers and community partners who participated in the strategic planning consultation process. The plan identifies three strategic priorities as areas of focus for the next five years - Strengthening our Polytechnic Identity; Sustained Focus on Teaching and Learning Excellence; and Maximizing the Impact of Partnerships - all of which are supported by excellent 'Foundations for Success' that include human, capital and technological resources. It is a roadmap from which we will develop detailed annual action plans to help us achieve our objectives. Download the plan: http://www.humber.ca/sites/www.humber.ca/files/humber-college_strategic-plan_2013_2018.pdf
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Sports and Special Event Security Planning: Best Practices
Richard Morman, CPP, CSSP - Independent Consultant and Deputy Chief of Police (Retired), The Ohio State University discussed best practices for safely and effectively managing large on-campus events. The terrorism incidents on 9-11-2001 changed the way we all looked at security planning and management forever. Prior to 9-11 those of us that were tasked with planning and managing sports and special event security primarily planned for traffic, parking, crowd management and an occasional weather related incident. That has all changed and continues to evolve. In this presentation, we examined current best practices for safely and effectively managing large on-campus events.
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OSUMC Attractions
Located in Columbus, Ohio, The Ohio State University Medical Center is one of the largest and most diverse academic medical centers in the country and the only academic medical center in central Ohio. Driven by our mission to improve people's lives through innovation in research, The Ohio State University Medical Center saves lives and improves the quality of life by rapidly translating the latest discoveries from the research lab to the bedside. We educate a large percentage of the region's physicians and provide advanced training and continuing education for clinicians. Our Strategic Plan Overview describes our mission, vision, values and strategic goals in greater detail.
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Celebrating Medical Faculty Accomplishments
The Ohio State University research enterprise was in the spotlight earlier this month as university administrators and faculty reported to trustees on the latest interdisciplinary research successes and plans for the future under the strategic plan, which positions Ohio State as a national flagship public research university of the 21st century. At the full board meeting on Feb. 2, College of Medicine Dean K. Craig Kent presented this video featuring the 19 investigators who received their first National Institutes of Health R01 research project grants in 2017. “The take-home messages is that Ohio State is this incredibly fertile environment for people who are very talented to come and be successful in their research endeavors,” Kent said.
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Academic Success Planning Workshop Introduction
An overview of important policies related to academic probation and dismissal, common obstacles to student success, strategies to improve academic performance, relevant campus resources, and techniques for setting and reaching goals.
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Strategic Management from Executive Education at OSU
Dr. Barney describes how he teaches Strategic Management for Executive Education at the Fisher College of Business at the Ohio State University. Giving examples of Walmart, Southwest Airlines and their success in very tough industries. Learn More at http://fisher.osu.edu/execed
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The NEXT USC Strategic Plan
This is the very first time the USC is using a student survey to evaluate where it stands, where it wants to go, and how it will get there.
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2016 - University of Tennessee Strategic Plan
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The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University was a finalist in the 2011 Student NAMA Marketing Competition
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A Roadmap to Success
A Roadmap to Success: How Strategic Planning Provided Direction, Focus, and Additional Resources For Chaplaincy Department Expansion Presenter(s): Hanci Newberry, Director; and Imani Jones, Manager, Department of Chaplaincy and CPE, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center; Steve Kalister, Administrator, Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center, The James Cancer Hospital Presented on: Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 2-3 pm EDT
BuckeyeBox and research at Ohio State
BuckeyeBox is used for several important research projects around the campus and around the globe. A few researchers at Ohio State share their success stories from collaborating in the cloud.
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2020: Strategic Plan of Youngstown State University
http://web.ysu.edu/2020 Dr. Ellen-Earle Chaffee, Senior Fellow for the Association of Governing Boards speaks about the progress of the 2020 Strategic Plan of Youngstown State University
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Director's Short Report: Reflections During Farm Science Review
Keith Smith talks about Farm Science Review's 50th anniversary, Extension at FSR, Morrill Act 150th anniversary and the strategic plan.
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Jan 11 2012 Community Development Becky Nesbitt ONE MINUTE Promo.mp4
Strategic Planning - Community Development 1 minute Promo Pod-Casting Channel: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/a-patrick-dengel/2012/01/11/strategic-planning--becky-nesbitt--community-development Strategic Planning is extremely important to Communities and Organizations. Join Jason Winters, Director of the Center for Small Business Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Rio Grande and Patrick Dengel, Business Development Specialist with The Ohio State University South Centers in Piketon at our new day - Wednesday January 11th from 4:00 to 4:30 in the afternoon. We will be featuring Becky Nesbitt, The Ohio State University Extension Specialist -- Community Development. Becky has over 20 years experience in Education, Economic Development and Community Improvement Programs. Becky will discuss: Strategic Planning - • How It Can Improve a Community or Organization • The Power of Vision. • How to Build Accountability into the Plan. • How to Make the Plan Successful. Again, join us on Wednesday January 11, 2012 from 4:00 to 4:30 on Blog-Talk Radio. Becky is a firm believer in collaboration and working together in making the communities in Gallia County and in Ohio positive and strong. All Guests: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/a-patrick-dengel See all Past Pod-Casts on: http://sbdc.osu.edu/pdonline/
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Departmental Strategic Planning
Faculty are notoriously loath to participate in departmental strategic planning and your results can be elusive, at best. When strategic planning is done wrong, objections carry some weight. When it's done right, they disappear -- because good strategic planning is empowering, responsive and results-focused. In this Magna Online Seminar on CD, Anne Massaro, Ph.D., of Ohio State University, shows you that when strategic planning is done right, the objections disappear -- because good strategic planning is empowering, responsive and results-focused. http://magnapubs.com/catalog/engaging-faculty-in-departmental-strategic-planning/
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Tennessee Ag Strategic Plan
As we begin 2014, leaders of Tennessee agriculture are already thinking about 2024-a decade from now.
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2012 State of Health and Wellness in Buckeye Nation
The inaugural address on the "State of Health and Wellness in Buckeye Nation" features Bernadette M. Melnyk, chief wellness officer, associate VP for health promotion, and dean of the college of nursing, Kathleen McCutcheon, VP and chief human resources officer and Larry Lewellen, VP, care coordination and health promotion at the Wexner Medical Center, spoke about university-wide wellness programs and initiatives. Learn about Ohio State's new health and wellness strategic plan and this year's exciting initiatives to enhance health and wellness at Ohio State, including: Wellness Wednesdays, Wellness Mentors program, "Make Just 1 Change" health challenge and Ohio State Wellness Challenge. Bonus: join the audience exercising during the recovery break! Read more: http://nursing.osu.edu/bw.
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You Don't Know Joe
Retirement evades Joe Alutto. In November an announcement touted that after many successful years in positions of leadership at The Ohio State University, he would be retiring this summer. Such plans have been postponed as other opportunities have surfaced which are far from any notion of retirement. The board members of the Columbus City Schools were on the verge of voting his appointment as interim superintendent following Dr. Gene Harris' retirement when OSU announced the E. Gordon Gee would be stepping down as their president. OSU pulled Alutto back to campus leaving the schools scrambling for a capable interim leader. This will be the second go-round as interim president of OSU for Joe Alluto; the first time was between Karen Holbrook and Gordon Gee's 2nd presidency. Whereas the first time it was a short period of time, this appointment has an unknown timeframe. Joe Alutto first came to OSU as the dean of the Fisher College of Business. In 2007, he began his tenure as provost and executive vice president. He was the second-longest serving provost in OSU history. To honor of his work at OSU, the Joseph A. Alutto Chair in Leadership Effectiveness at the Fisher College of Business was established. In addition to a $5 million Joseph A. Alutto Graduate Global Leadership Fund was also created to encourage OSU students' involvement in study, research and internships abroad. Alutto will not be a placeholder in the president's office, he plans to move forward with the strategic plans approved by the OSU board of trustees.
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2017–18 academic year in review
This year we welcomed nearly 1,000 new students, completed the Lynn 2020 strategic plan and unveiled our design for the future, collected and donated 500 Comfort Cases to foster children, earned our 24th NCAA Division II National Championship, graduated over 800 students, and so much more. Take a look back at some of our greatest memories of 2017–18.
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Cal State L.A. Strategic Plan
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Ohio State President Drake’s 2020 Vision
On March 31, 2015, Ohio State President Michael V. Drake shared his 2020 Vision for the university: “Investing in Inclusive Excellence.”
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IMI strategic plan 2014-17
IMI CEO Steve Nash discusses the major themes behind the IMI's new strategic plan, which came into effect in April 2014.
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A Strategic Plan to Move Rutgers Forward
The university is holding town hall meetings through March and April in one of the first steps toward developing a plan for Rutgers' future. Watch President Robert L. Barchi talk about a recent workshop and the opportunity for the public to weigh in at future town hall meetings this spring. For more information about the town hall meetings, please visit: http://universitystrategy.rutgers.edu/ Check out the Rutgers Today news website - http://www.rutgerstoday.rutgers.edu Connect with us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/RutgersU Follow us on Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/RutgersU
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Katie's Story | Ohio State Sports Medicine
Katie is an Irish dancer who went in for a dance wellness screen at Ohio State Sports Medicine after her sister broke her foot. With the dance wellness screen, Katie was able to learn her weaknesses and work one-on-one with our physical therapist to build strength and prevent injury. Visit The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center: https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/ Subscribe to The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/osumedicalcenter Like The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OSUWexnerMedicalCenter/ Follow The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/osuwexmed Follow The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/osuwexmed Connect with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-ohio-state-university-wexner-medical-center
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Columbus Rotary Club Meeting, February 12, 2018
The Future of Ohio State featuring Jay Kasey, Senior Vice President for Administration & Planning at The Ohio State University. In his role, Jay oversees service operations, construction and capital planning strategies for the university. Jay will present what the future holds for Ohio State’s physical environment as detailed in the recently completed campus master plan, Framework 2.0. Framework 2.0 is a planning vision and a collaborative update of the 2010 Framework 1.0 plan. This plan is a guide for stewardship of our physical campus, focusing more on the campus’ needs and capacity than on specific proposals. A living, flexible plan designed to allow for modification based on strategy over the next decade and beyond, Framework 2.0 supports the academic mission while maintaining and improving green areas.
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FY18 Top Projects - University IT Strategy
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NSSGA's new Strategic Plan "Rocks Build America"
Aggressive Industry Plan Targeted at Rebuilding America's Crumbling Transportation Infrastructure, Creating Jobs, Driving Economic Growth
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Key Parts to Partnership Model Development
Professor Douglas M. Lambert, from Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University, explains OSU's partnership model and "Drivers" - understanding business reasons to have a relationship and the type of relationship desired by both parties. The key is to have realistic expectations of one another. http://fisher.osu.edu/execed
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UC Convocation and Investiture
During the University of Cincinnati's 2010 new student convocation, Gregory H. WIlliams was formally installed as the 27th president of the university. In his investiture speech, President Williams unveiled his new strategic plan for the university.
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OSU Wireless
What does it take to support The Ohio State University with a secure wireless network? Get a behind-the-scenes perspective from the Office of the Chief Information Officer.
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UT News: August Strategic Planning Meeting Excerpt
Dr. Jamie Barlowe, co-chair of the strategic planning committee, discusses the thought process behind the strategic organization workgroup's proposal to look at The University of Toledo's organizational structure and the possibility of working in an additional proposal from an ad hoc committee of members of the College of Arts and Sciences. The organizational discussion is only one part of the overall strategic planning process, which has been ongoing for more than six months. More information about The University of Toledo's strategic plan recalibration process can be found at http://utoledo.edu/strategicplan.
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HPS Strategic Plan 2020
Harmony Public Schools are high performing K-12 public charter schools in Texas that focus on science, technology, engineering, and math to provide opportunities for underserved communities
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Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
The Ohio State University's online Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree program introduces you to the healthcare field by providing you with an in-depth science background in order to prepare you for a health-related career or a graduate professional health program. Learn more at online.osu.edu/bshs.
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Welcome President Rankin (Inauguration Video)
https://www.sdsmt.edu/ About President Rankin: James (Jim) Rankin, PhD, returned to his alma mater as the 19th president of South Dakota School of Mines & Technology. A South Dakota native from Draper and Fort Pierre, Rankin graduated from SD Mines in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering. He earned Master of Science and PhD degrees in electrical engineering at Iowa State University. Prior to returning to SD Mines, Dr. Rankin’s leadership as vice-provost for research and economic development at the University of Arkansas generated more than 50 start-up companies and significantly increased annual external funding to $103 million. He led efforts to develop the institution’s first strategic plan in research and economic development, instituted several faculty recognition programs, and developed an expedited industry contracting process. Previously at Ohio University, Rankin was interim vice president for research, associate dean, professor of electrical engineering, and director of the Avionics Engineering Center. He has also been a professor at St. Cloud State University and an engineer at Rockwell-Collins. Rankin’s spouse, Wendy, holds a PhD in counselor education from Ohio University and is active in student engagement and philanthropy. They have three adult children, Kara, Anna, and Daniel. Kara, a Doctor of Physical Therapy, and her husband, Caleb, live in North Carolina. Anna, an assistant professor at Ohio University, and her husband, A.J., live in Ohio. Daniel is an aeronautical engineer working in industry in Los Angeles. The Rankins have two grandchildren. In addition to family and travel, Rankin has numerous interests including aviation. He holds multiple pilot licenses and ratings, and he is a member of the Board of Trustees for the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). Rankin’s personal research has been funded by numerous NASA and FAA grants. His current research area is on avionics requirements for on-demand mobility (flying cars), focusing on how to incorporate flying cars into the FAA’s air traffic control system. These flying cars will self-depart, self-navigate, self-separate from other traffic, and auto-land at their designated destination.
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Sebastian Gorka: No such thing as a 'lone wolf'
'Defeating Jihad' author Sebastian Gorka on the attack at the Ohio State University campus and President-elect Donald Trump's national security plan.
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Faces of A&P - Aparna Dial
Energy Services and Sustainability Director Aparna Dial grew up in India, but she came to the United States when she was young to attend school. “Coming here I was just awestruck by the richness and the tapestry of cultures,” she said. In this month’s installment of The Faces of A&P, watch to learn why Aparna believes diversity and inclusion should be a part of our everyday work.
2015 Delta Award Winner - Outstanding Citizen - Mayor Nancy Ferguson
Nancy received a Bachelor’s Degree from The Ohio State University, a Master’s Degree from Xavier (Magna Cum Laude), and a J.D. from Capital University. She worked full time as a Magistrate for the Franklin County Municipal Court for 12 years. Since that time, she has worked on a part-time basis, filling in for other Magistrates, in courts such as the Delaware Municipal Court and the Bexley, Gahanna and Whitehall Mayor’s Courts. Nancy was a founder of the Ohio Association of Magistrates, served as President of Women Lawyers of Franklin County, and developed the Ohio Judicial College’s first continuing legal education courses for Magistrates. Nancy was appointed to New Albany City Council in 1998, and was elected a Council Member in 1999 and 2001. During that time, she served as a liaison to the Architectural Review Board and as Council’s representative to the Planning Commission. She also served as a Board member of the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission. In 2003 she was elected Mayor. During her time as Mayor, Nancy spearheaded the City’s efforts to hire its first Economic Development Director, helped form New Albany’s first Economic Development Commission and helped develop its first Economic Development Strategic Plan. She helped lead New Albany’s efforts to create the Rocky Fork Headwaters Metro Park, to acquire Resch Park and to restore the Phelps House.
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Professional M.A. in Strategic Communication
Earn your master's degree in strategic communication in two years through evening courses. Here, alumni and current students share their experience with the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication's Professional M.A. in Strategic Communication. Learn more about the program: http://sjmc.umn.edu/turningpoint/
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Business Talk - Dr. Barbara Gellman-Danley, President URG/RGCC
This week on Business Talk, is our pleasure to feature Dr. Barbara Gellman-Danley, President of the University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College. The University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College (URG/RGCC) is a unique partnership between a public community college and a four-year comprehensive university. Deeply rooted in Appalachian history, both institutions are committed to encouraging life-long learning, personal and professional growth, critical thinking and problem-solving skills and effective written and oral communication skills to students from the southeastern Ohio area, the state, the nation and the world. Dr. Danley will discuss how: - Rio sees Continued Growth in Student Enrollment - Rio is Firmly Committed to Serving Adult Learners - Rio Remains a Key to the Region's Economic Development - Rio is Accomplishing the Goals of the Strategic Plan You will find our discussion well worth listening.
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UNCG: 'That’s what makes college so exciting’
As UNC Greensboro develops a new strategic plan, Chancellor Frank Gilliam says he wants the university to focus on a few very important things to make itself better: support for students, attract and retain best faculty, and change the physical nature of campus.
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Leadership Fellows Program
California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) represents a diverse population of students, faculty and staff that is globally engaged in education, the community and beyond. With today’s focus on high-quality degrees at a valuable cost, strong leadership is paramount to promote these and other critical issues and affect change on a system-wide level. The two-year Leadership Fellows Program offers CSULB faculty and staff: enhanced leadership abilities for administrative advancement; increased knowledge of higher education systems, policies and processes; and enriched personal development. The program was the recipient of the 2015 Excellence and Innovation Award in Leadership Development and Diversity from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU). To learn more visit: http://web.csulb.edu/sites/leadershipfellows/ Transcript: The Leadership Fellows Program targets mid-level leaders on our campus: department chairs, associate deans, program directors. And puts them through a pretty intense two year program that is mainly intended to broaden their understanding of the big issues including global issues in higher education. It was created because we discovered that there was a hunger for more opportunity, for more knowledge, a real thirst to engage with these big issues. And secondly because we really needed the leadership development, we needed the talent development to have leaders who are prepared to respond to the many changes that are coming toward us. The first year of the program you are part of discussions and you conduct readings and you really develop an understanding of a larger framework of how leadership can work in higher education. And the second year of the program you really get a hands on experience by conducting a project where you put those learned ideas into practice. It brings together administrators, faculty, staff. We come together, we have common readings, we have discussions, we go through mock scenarios. To really do what we can in innovative ways and forward thinking ways to support student success. When you look at the strategic plan and the mission and goals all of them keep going back to what does that mean for our students and what they are going to be accomplishing once they leave our campus. The university becomes your classroom. So as you’re learning the leadership, learning about trends in higher education, the program really challenges you to think differently and not only look at past but look at potential. Every single one of the leadership fellows that I have spoken with has described the experience as transformative and many of them have likened it to climbing up out of a silo and realizing that there is a much bigger world then the department or unit that they had been previously. And it’s just a great opportunity to help your faculty and staff grow from within and do it in a way that’s strategic to improve your particular needs at your site. We now have I think close to forty of us who are here on campus taking on new roles and really trying to make a difference.
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Tribute to Max M. Fisher and His Contribution to OSU
Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University is proud to be named after Max M. Fisher (1908-2005). Max was a model for those who are committed to making a positive difference in the world around them. Max's philosophy: "it's not walls that builds us but what goes on inside." At Fisher College of Business, we live Max's vision every day. http://fisher.osu.edu
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Generation West Virginia - Strategic Plan Launch - Goal 6
Generation West Virginia Five-Year Strategic Plan, 2012-2017 GOAL #6: SUSTAINABLE: ESTABLISH A GROWTH TRAJECTORY FOR THE ORGANIZATION'S LONG TERM DEVELOPMENT A. GWV will determine feasibility of hiring a part-time/full-time Executive Director/CEO [Process initiated by Summer 2012] B. Recruit and obtain major philanthropic and partners support to launch new programs and deliver programs that serve each local YTO and the success of young talent [Advance work in 2012 and annually to be evaluated by the board and reported monthly] C. Prepare for the transition of leadership and engage new volunteers at all levels [Summer 2012 and annually] D. Establish an effective team of professional staff support and board engagement that allows for the organizations strategic growth and impact in the state [December 2012]
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