What might the University of Virginia look like in 10 years?
That’s the question President Teresa A. Sullivan is asking all of the University’s stakeholders – those on Grounds and those spread out across the country and around the globe.
Her invitation: “Join with me, the University community and members of the Board of Visitors as together we reexamine and reimagine the University as we approach its third century.”
Now, with a steering committee in place and working groups ramping up to fulfill their assignments, the strategic planning process at UVA is moving ahead with an ambitious timetable – to deliver a draft strategic plan to the Board of Visitors by the start of the 2013 academic year.
“In an era of constrained resources,” Sullivan said, “we need to have a plan that assesses UVA’s strengths and weaknesses, sets priorities and charts a bold, but achievable, course for the University’s future.”
Sullivan is chairing the 20-member steering committee that will oversee the process, which she intends to be thoughtful, deliberate, inclusive – and brisk. A website has been established to keep the University community informed of progress and invite participation.
UVA Alumni Association President and Virginia Magazine Publisher Jenifer G. Andrasko shares the results of the all-alumni survey.