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NIU President Doug Baker
NIU President Doug Baker sent this message today to members of the university community. Dear Faculty, Staff and Students: The Program Prioritization process was designed to help us best align our resources with our mission so that we can become a stronger, more innovative and sustainable university. The Academic and Administrative Task Forces have completed...
NIU President Doug Baker
Reports from NIU’s Program Prioritization Task Forces will go online around 3 p.m. Monday, May 2. After that, speakers at the Wednesday afternoon town hall meeting urged repeatedly, comes the need for feedback. View the town hall slide show “Feedback is not window-dressing. Feedback, collaborative analysis and discussion is important to inform recommendations and decisions,...
NIU President Doug Baker
NIU President Doug Baker invites the university community to participate in the next town hall meeting, scheduled from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 27, in the Regency Room of the Holmes Student Center. The university’s Program Prioritization initiative will be the primary topic of discussion during the town hall, which also will include an...
The second town hall meeting of the spring semester will be held from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 27, in the Regency Room of the Holmes Student Center. NIU President Doug Baker will host the meeting which will focus primarily on the university’s Program Prioritization initiative. President Baker will be joined by Executive Vice...
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The Student Association Ad-Hoc Committee for the Selection of the Program Prioritization Student Task Forces have come to a conclusion on the members of the two task forces. The selection process took place over the last two weeks culminating with a meeting Thursday, March 31, to determine the final candidates. The process was intense given...
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Task Force reports are scheduled to be released on or about May 2, and the work of the Task Forces will have concluded. We thank them for their many months of hard work and commitment. At that point, the Program Prioritization process will have completed the peer review stage, with many more months of discussion...
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Are you a current NIU student dedicated to the betterment and success of the university as a whole? Do you want to be part of a groundbreaking group of students that will ultimately write a new chapter in a process that is undertaken by almost half of all public institutions across the country? If so,...
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The co-chairs of NIU’s Program Prioritization task forces say their groups are making good progress with reading and scoring the nearly 500 program narratives submitted in December. Academic Task Force Co-Chairs George Slotsve and Alan Clemens and Administrative Task Force Co-Chairs Michelle Pickett and Matt Streb say the groups have fine-tuned their processes as they’ve...
NIU President Doug Baker will host a town hall meeting Tuesday, February 16 in the Regency Room at the Holmes Student Center. The meeting is scheduled for 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. and is an opportunity for university faculty, staff and students to engage in a conversation with university leadership about important initiatives and issues. President Baker...
The deadline to complete Program Prioritization narratives – 11:59 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11 – is approaching quickly. NIU faculty and staff who are neither authors nor approvers can learn the names of authors and approvers of any program online. An NIU login is required to access that information. For more information, call (815) 753-9400 or...
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NIU’s Program Prioritization leaders have posted scoring rubrics and author guidelines. Administrative Scoring Rubric and Operational Ground Rules Academic Scoring Rubrics (Final Version) and Draft Guidelines for Authors For more information, call (815) 753-8100 or email [email protected]
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NIU’s Program Prioritization Coordinating Team is providing additional assistance for program authors over the next several weeks. Four data workshops have been scheduled: Monday, Oct. 26 10 to noon, HSC Room 505 Friday, Oct. 30 10 to noon, HSC Room 505 Tuesday, Nov. 3 10 to noon, HSC Room 306 Thursday, Nov. 5 10 to...
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