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Provost’s Update

February 2014 Provost's Update

Spring, the sweet spring, is the year’s pleasant king,

Then blooms each thing, then maids dance in a ring,

Cold doth not sting, the pretty birds do sing:

      Cuckoo, jug-jug, pu-we, to-witta-woo!

--- Thomas Nashe, Spring, the sweet spring

 

Colleagues,

The gods looked down upon upstate New York with a smile for a brief time this past week and allowed the temperatures to climb above 40 degrees. That’s enough to celebrate in my book. Of course, by the time you read this, the temperatures will have fallen again but at least we had some semblance of warmth for a while.

With this month’s update, I point you to my blog to read more about the topics at hand.

This month’s update is short and sweet in contrast to old man winter this year.

Cheers!
 

Jeremy Haefner
Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

Research Space Task Force

I have asked Dr. Andreas Savakis to lead a taskforce consisting of deans, the vice president for research, and Sue Provenzano to develop a framework for research space management. To read further, please visit here

I have asked Dr. Andreas Savakis to lead a taskforce consisting of deans, the vice president for research, and Sue Provenzano to develop a framework for research space management. To read further, please visit here

COACHE Update

When I talked about the COACHE survey data at the President’s Address to the Community in August, I mentioned my intention to report back to the community on progress towards addressing the key areas of improvement. Since that time, there has been a lot of progress and you can read about this here.

 

When I talked about the COACHE survey data at the President’s Address to the Community in August, I mentioned my intention to report back to the community on progress towards addressing the key areas of improvement. Since that time, there has been a lot of progress and you can read about this here.

 

The Center for Multidisciplinary Studies

A search for a new director, a program review, and a decoupling – read all about it here

A search for a new director, a program review, and a decoupling – read all about it here