In order to truly inspire and benefit from inclusive excellence, we must provide opportunities for all members of our campus community to participate in and to enrich decisions that affect them, shape our mission, and sustain our vision.
Bringing the voices of students, staff, faculty, alumni and other partners to bear on how we operate is key to creating the caring, supportive, healthy campus on which we want to work, study, create, and play.
Strategic Direction 5.1
Foster a culture of empathetic, transparent and shared leadership to enhance participatory decision making at the campus and unit levels.
Strategic Direction 5.2
Foster a culture of service excellence and continuous improvement among faculty and staff.
"Inspiring Inclusive Excellence means that I can see my voice reflected in the positive change enacted by the leadership team"
Tamara (Adižes) Jacobs - Senior Business Analyst, PMO Information & Instructional Technology Services (IITS)
Strategic Direction 5.3
Develop a participatory process for resource allocation.
Strategic Direction 5.4
Identify opportunities to grow and diversify revenues.
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