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by Melanie Moran | Dec. 12, 2016, 10:07 AM
Provost and Vice Chancellor Susan R. Wente is seeking input from Vanderbilt colleges and schools on their priorities for the future investments in graduate education and research announced by Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos at the Fall Faculty Assembly.
“Chancellor Zeppos has empowered us to identify strategic ways by which additional investment in research and graduate education will have the most potential to advance the university’s priorities as envisioned in the Academic Strategic Plan,” Wente said. “To do this, I have asked each of the deans to establish a process to gather ideas from their faculty, students and staff on the highest priorities. They have made significant progress thus far and I look forward to seeing the results of their work.”
Below is an overview of the group or groups and processes in each school charged with developing and coordinating input and recommendations.
Faculty, students and staff wishing to provide input should contact the groups or committees in their college or school charged with developing recommendations. Wente will form a small committee early in the spring semester to synthesize the recommendations advanced by the deans for presentation to Zeppos.
Melanie Moran, (615) 322-NEWS
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