Hart, Campus Leaders Will Present 'Never Settle' to ABOR on Friday

Hart, Campus Leaders Will Present 'Never Settle' to ABOR on Friday

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President Ann Weaver Hart will present details of the UA's Never Settle Strategic Academic and Business Plan to the Arizona Board of Regents this Friday.
President Ann Weaver Hart will present details of the UA's Never Settle Strategic Academic and Business Plan to the Arizona Board of Regents this Friday.
The presentation will be held in the Center for Creative Photography Auditorium, Room 108, and begins at 9:30 a.m. It will be streamed online by Arizona Public Media.
The presentation will be held in the Center for Creative Photography Auditorium, Room 108, and begins at 9:30 a.m. It will be streamed online by Arizona Public Media.

President Ann Weaver Hart and campus leaders will present the Never Settle Strategic Academic and Business Plan to the Arizona Board of Regents on Friday.

In an email sent to the UA campus community, Hart said the presentation will include new details about Never Settle that have emerged as part of the planning process with various committees.

Her presentation will detail key initiatives, financial and capital plans, and institutional alignment between operations, leadership, financial structure and the strategic plan.

To guide the University into the future of higher education as a leading teaching, research and service institution, Never Settle focuses on four strategic priorities: engaging, innovating, partnering and synergy.

The presentation will be hosted in the Center for Creative Photography Auditorium, Room 108, and begins at 9:30 a.m.

Due to limited seating, two other options are available to those who want to see the presentation. Members of the campus community can go to the Student Union Memorial Center South Ballroom (PDF) to watch a live broadcast or they can watch online via Arizona Public Media.

Once the Center for Creative Photography reaches capacity, a notice will be posted on the UA's Twitter and Facebook accounts.

A "sneak peek" of Hart's presentation was provided through a Lo Que Pasa Special Report series. See all of them on the UA@Work website.

Other items on the ABOR meeting agenda (PDF) include:

  • An economic and state revenue outlook report from lead university economists.
  • ABOR economist Dan Anderson will give a report on wages earned by Arizona University System graduates. (The recent Global Employability Survey named the UA as one of the nation's top producers of employable graduates. Read about the announcement in this UANews article.)
  • The board will be asked to adopt its process and calendar for setting tuition, fees and residence halls rates for the 2014-2015 academic year, which will then be finalized when ABOR meet on the UA campus in April.

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