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Strategic Planning II

Committee 2: How Will We Help Our Students Prepare For Success?

Committee Co-chairs:

  • Richard Kincaid, Senate Chair of Student Policies Committee
  • Michael Maggiotto, Dean, School of Letters and Sciences ('till 6/03)
  • Sharon Vasquez, Dean, School of Arts and Performance

Committee Members:

  • Carroll Bouman, Nursing
  • Adrienne Collier, Affirmative Action
  • Joseph Franek, Student Affairs
  • Greg Garvey, English
  • Jacquie Haircrow, EOP
  • Willard Hunter, College Foundation
  • Sandra Meade, Academic Advisement
  • Elisabeth Meyer, Student Learning Center
  • Julian Ortiz, Graduate Admissions
  • Victor Rojas, Foreign Languages & Literatures
  • Sara Sotherden, Residential Life

Revised Committee Questions:

  1. How do we best prepare students for a career or several related careers?
    • How do we best provide students with an adequate knowledge base for their careers?
    • How do we best provide students with experiences to apply that knowledge to "real" situations?
    • How do we best equip students with necessary skills in communications, deportment and etiquette that are socially required for success?
    • How do we most effectively connect career opportunities with students' knowledge, interest and skills?
  2. How do we best prepare students to lead a life of active citizenship as full participants in their communities?
    • How do we best provide students with the knowledge base to understand the opportunities and challenges of citizen involvement?
    • How do we best equip students with the persuasive and organizational skills necessary to be effective participants in their communities?
    • How best do we provide students with experiences to apply their knowledge and skills in "real" situations?
  3. How do we best equip students to identify problems and solve them creatively in their economic, social, political and personal lives?
    • How do we most effectively encourage creative thinking?
    • How do we expand the notion of a "business plan" to embrace a "life plan?"
    • What experiences can we provide to allow students the opportunity to apply their skills in "real" situations?

 

Questions or Comments?

Questions or comments can be directed to committee co-chairs or to Colleen Donaldson, Strategic Planning Coordinator:

Colleen Donaldson, Strategic Planning Coordinator
Office of Academic Affairs
SUNY Brockport
350 New Campus Dr.
Brockport, NY 14420
(585) 395-5118
cdonalds@brockport.edu

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