Trustees to discuss a new five-year strategic plan
Audit report and presidential priorities also included in meeting agenda
- Policy and Bylaws Committee, 1:15-1:30 p.m. — Trustees will hear a recommendation from Jennifer DeHaemers, vice president of student recruitment and retention, related to the first increase in the new student orientation fee in 16 years.
- Academic and Student Affairs Committee, 1:45-3:00 p.m. — Members of the leadership team from the Division of Student Affairs will provide an update on an initiative to foster a sense of belonging among CMU students. Provost Nancy Mathews will give an overview on the visioning process to develop a new academic plan for CMU. Vice President DeHaemers also will provide a brief enrollment update.
- Finance and Facilities Committee, 3:15-3:45 p.m. — Mary Hill, vice president of Finance and Administrative Services, and Jonathan Webb, associate vice president of Facilities Management, will provide an update on completed and ongoing facilities projects.
- Trustees-Faculty Liaison Committee, 4:00-5:00 p.m. — Trustees will hear two presentations on artificial intelligence and its impact on higher education. Stefanie Lassitter, director of instructional development in the Office of Curriculum and Instructional Support, and Troy Hicks, chair of the Department of Teacher and Special Education, will discuss ways CMU and faculty members are addressing the opportunities and challenges presented by the growing use of artificial intelligence.
- Trustees-Student Liaison Committee, 5:00-6:00 p.m. — Four student leaders will present updates and reports from their organizations. Tyler Zimmerman, president, and Ryan Biller, vice president, will provide the Student Government Association report; Hadlee Rinn, president, will report on Program Board; and Christian Toney, director, will give the Residence Housing Association report.
- View the Wednesday committee meetings via livestream.
- View the Thursday formal session via livestream.
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- Complete the “Request to Address the Board” online form.
- Visit the Office of the President in Warriner Hall to complete a request card.