The 2014 Academic Leadership Retreat has concluded.
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August 26–27, 2014
University Conference Center Building, 4th Floor
600 Henley Street (map and parking info provided below)
Tuesday Sessions: 7:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Sessions: 8:00 a.m.–noon
At this year’s Academic Leadership Retreat, we intend to build on last year’s discussion on the use of data in making collaborative, informed, and transparent decisions about resource allocation. We will explore how different colleges and departments are currently using data to understand and enhance academic operations. We will also discuss opportunities to provide more and better information to academic units in the future.
Academic Affairs Update, Susan Martin
STRIDE@UT, Soren Sorensen and Rhonda Reger
Elements Update, John Zomchick
Using Data for Analyzing Efficiency/Workload: Caula Beyl, RJ Hinde, and Annette Ranft
Using Data for Understanding Academic Programs: Derek Alderman, Catherine Luther, and John Zomchick
The State Economic and Financial Outlook, Bill Fox
Facilities Update, Dave Irvin
The Campus Economic and Financial Outlook, Chris Cimino
Attendees should park in the Locust Street Parking Garage, located across from the YMCA. Attendees will need to present their parking tickets during registration on both days to receive validation stickers. Click here for directions to Locust Street Parking Garage.
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