The forum, sponsored by CSU’s Office of Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness and the Center for Public Deliberation, is open to all students, faculty and staff. You will have two opportunities to participate: Noon on Tuesday, Feb. 26, and 4 p.m. on Monday, April 1. Both sessions will be held at the Greyrock Room in the Lory Student Center.
“This is an opportunity for people from across campus to come together and talk about what they would like to see from this university moving forward,” said Kalie Mcmonagle, program coordinator for the Center for Public Deliberation.
Attendees will meet in small groups with a student facilitator to discuss ideas. Lunch will be served at the Feb. 26 session and refreshments at the April 1 session.
Looking to the future
Results will be compiled and presented to a committee of campus and community leaders for consideration. Final recommendations will be given to CSU’s new president, who will take over for Tony Frank on July 1.
“These forums will provide a blueprint for the new president detailing where the campus community wants to go in the future,” Mcmonagle said.
Both sessions are free but registration is required.