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Designing the Future at Georgia Tech Using Convergent Planning Methodologies

Designing the Future at Georgia Tech Using Convergent Planning Methodologies | SCUP Links | Scoop.it



A proceeding of the SCUP 2011 Southern Regional Conference in San Antonio, TX. It is available to attendees of the event and as a benefit of membership to all SCUP members:



Presented by: Amir Rahnamay-Azar, Senior Vice President, Administration & Finance, Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus; Chester Warzynski, Executive Director, Organization Development, Georgia Tech


This presentation describes an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to constructing a 25-year strategic vision and plan at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) using convergent methodologies. The presentation will show how Georgia Tech applied four distinct but convergent methodologies to: (a) engage stakeholders; (b) objectify and validate strategies; (c) connect the plan to the institution's culture; and (d) develop a process for aligning and implementing the strategic plan.

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Integrated Planning for the New Student Experience | SCUP 2011 North Central Regional Conference Proceedings

Integrated Planning for the New Student Experience | SCUP 2011 North Central Regional Conference Proceedings | SCUP Links | Scoop.it



This event was held October 10-12, 2011 at Iowa State University. The session titles, presenters, abstracts, and learning outcomes are viewable to all.


Several of the presentation slide sets are available for download by SCUP members, including:

  • As the Future Catches You (PL001) Presented by: Linda L. Baer, Senior Program Officer Postsecondary Success, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Planning Sustainable Market-Driven Community Colleges and Satellite Campuses (CN035)
  • Presented by: Michael Carter, Managing Principal, Stantec Architecture, Inc; Justin Fliegel, Associate, Stantec Architecture, Inc; J. Michael Thomson, President, Westshore Campus, Cuyahoga Community College District
  • Enriching the Academic Experience Through Holistic Thinking (CN037) Presented by: Kim Chapman, Principal Ecologist, Applied Ecological Services, Inc.; Ryan D. Peterson, Landscape Architect, RDG Planning & Design; Mike Pieper, Vice President, Finance & Operations, Western Technical College
  • And more. 
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'Creating and Maintaining a University Planning Community' | SCUP 2011 Pacific Regional Conference Slide Set

'Creating and Maintaining a University Planning Community' | SCUP 2011 Pacific Regional Conference Slide Set | SCUP Links | Scoop.it



A proceeding of the SCUP 2011 Pacific Regional Conference at Seattle University, available only to SCUP members and the non-members who who attended that event:



Presented by: Diane S. Stephens, Senior Director, Academic Resources & Planning, California State University-Northridge; Editha T. Winterhalter, Director, Academic Budget Management, California State University-Northridge


Despite tremendous fiscal challenges and uncertainty, Cal State Northridge moves forward with intention, integrated planning, and tools to help campus community members at all levels navigate through tough times. This presentation will provide insight into a successful integrated planning effort that includes academic, enrollment, budget, technology, and physical planning. Engaged leadership, thoughtful decision-making, and communication techniques help manage uncertainty. A relatively informal planning process provides flexibility for leadership, faculty, and staff. Budget planning practices and reporting tools will be discussed.

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Change You Can Believe in? Higher Education over the next Decade

Change You Can Believe in? Higher Education over the next Decade | SCUP Links | Scoop.it



A proceeding of the SCUP 2011 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference at Umass (and other locations nearby). It is available to attendees of the event and as a benefit of membership to all SCUP members:



Presented by: Michael Halleran, Provost, William & Mary, College of William and Mary


Higher education is experiencing a period of intense change, comparable to that experienced during the mid-19th and mid-20th centuries. This change is part of fundamental shifts extending beyond higher education and having a great impact on it. To be able to plan in such an environment, one has to understand what forces are creating these changes at the global, national, and local levels, how they interact and how they affect higher education. With that understanding, it becomes possible to develop plans that can take root in a moving landscape.

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Capturing Opportunity to Expand Programs by Fulfilling Community Need

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A proceeding of the SCUP 2011 Pacific Regional Conference at Seattle University, available to attendees of the event and as a benefit of membership to all SCUP members here:



Presented by: Pamela Anderson-Brule, President, Anderson Brule Architects; Rob Barthelman, Principal, Educational Facilities, VBN Architects; Jenna Brager, Farm Coordinator, College of Marin; Pat Cornely, Executive Director, Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies, De Anza College


This session focuses on recognizing community needs outside the academic environment that allow the institution to creatively develop strategies to facilitate program development and funding. By broadening the concept of the communities served, four exemplary institutions have achieved national stature as resources for government training programs (STEMP), promoting community environmental activism, facilitating lifelong learning, and blurring the line between academic and community environments.

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