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UH presents results of update to its Strategic Plan

University of Hawaiʻi
Contact:
Suzi Johnston, (808) 956-3351
Ofc of the VP for Planning & Policy
Posted: Jan 10, 2008

HONOLULU — The University of Hawaiʻi (UH) System held discussions during the fall 2007 semester at UH campuses and university centers to update its System strategic plan, which expires in 2010. Based on input received from the UH community and the public, the University‘s administration developed a companion piece to the plan that assigns strategic priorities and performance measures and extends the plan to 2015.

The update to the plan, which pertains to the future direction of the university through 2015, seeks to strategically position the university to meet the needs of the state. The University of Hawaiʻi is the only public institution of post-secondary education in Hawaiʻi.

The UH community and general public are encouraged to review the draft strategic priorities and performance measures and submit their comments. Information on the update to the plan and a discussion board are available at www.hawaii.edu/ovppp/uhplan/.

In addition, two presentations on the UH System‘s draft strategic priorities and performance measures will be held in 2008. The first presentation is for members of the UH community on January 18, 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. through Polycom at the following sites:

UH Hilo, Moʻokini Library, Rm 350 (originating site)UH Mānoa, Bachman 113UH West Oʻahu, Bldg B, Rm 106Hawaiʻi CC, Bldg 379, Rm 6AHonolulu CC, Bldg 2, Rm 214Kapiʻolani CC, Naio Bldg, Room 206Kauaʻi CC, Learning Resource Center, Rm 121-ALeeward CC — Not AvailableMaui CC, Kaʻaʻike Building, Rm 103Windward CC, Halekuhina, Rm 106Molokaʻi Education Center, Rm 105University Center West Hawaiʻi, Bldg 1, Vid Con

Attendees must be members of the UH community and are requested to print the PDF document "Outcomes and Measures 2008-2015" at http://www.hawaii.edu/ovppp/uhplan/ and bring it to thesession. Handouts and a PowerPoint presentation will not be available.

The second session will be on January 24, 10 a.m. — 12 p.m. through Hawaiʻi Interactive Television System (HITS). Both members of the UH community and the general public are invited to attend any of the following HITS locations:

UH Mānoa, Kuykendall Hall, Rm 201 (originating site)UH Hilo, Moʻokini Library, Rm 350Honolulu CC — Not Available Kapiʻolani CC — TBD (Please check http://www.hawaii.edu/ovppp/uhplan/ for an update on room location.)Kauaʻi CC, Learning Resource Center, Rm 121Leeward CC, Library Bldg, Rm 116Maui CC, Kaʻaʻike Building, Rm 105AWindward CC, Hale Ākoakoa, Rm 113Lānaʻi Education Center, Rm 106Molokaʻi Education Center — TBD (Please check http://www.hawaii.edu/ovppp/uhplan/ for an update on room location.)University Center West Hawaiʻi — Not Available

There will be a PowerPoint presentation and limited copies of handouts at the UH Mānoa site. Individuals attending other sites are encouraged to print their own handouts at http://www.hawaii.edu/ovppp/uhplan/.

Seating is limited for both sessions. No reservations required.

Visit http://www.hawaii.edu/dl/location/ for more information on HITS room locations.

For more information, visit: http:// www.hawaii.edu/ovppp/uhplan/