January 8, 2001

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

8 January 2001 Minutes

Present: J Landry, P Campbell, H Freyhofer, D Moore, B Crangle, D Kent, B Fahey, T Keefe, M Powers, B McCahan.

Jerry Boothby, from Bowdoin College, will be attending the next meeting on January 22 at a special time from 2:30-4:30 in HUB 119. Please read the Mathews University case study before that meeting. Who else should be invited? Wavell Fogleman, Retha Fielding, Barbara Pratt, Bob Heiner, Mark Turski.

Draft to the President: There was lengthy discussion over changes to be made to the committee formation draft to the President. Bill recorded the changes and will incorporate them into a few draft document. Further discussion and review will be continued at the February 12 meeting.

The Strategic Plan should be carefully reviewed to pick out what needs to be done before converting it to financial terms. This must be done before the committee work timeline can kick in. The timeline should include an annual re-assessment of the Strategic Plan in order to use it in the budgeting process. The CBC and the CPC will have to work closely together to assign specificity to the Strategic Plan and relate it to financial issues.

Dates to remember:

Monday, January 22 from 2:30-4:30, HUB 119. Review of Mathews University Case Study with Jerry Boothby, and discussion of how it relates to what PSU is attempting.

Monday, February 12 from 3:30-4:30, Sp 124. Regular meeting of the CBC. Continue review of document to President.

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