9.16.22 Strategic Planning Process gaining momentum

Four Working Groups fully engaged with campus stakeholders

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Patricia Mann

As we head into week four of the strategic planning process, the four working groups are fully immersed in stakeholder engagement. With over 20 different engagement sessions, and 1,200+ participants to-date–the campus is engaged, and there is still time to participate and many upcoming opportunities! Working Groups are actively scheduling sessions well into September and October, so please check the events calendar often.

Mark your calendars for November 16–a strategic planning campus moment–where you’ll hear from the working groups on their progress and emerging initiatives.

Campus community members are contributing thoughtful ideas to Lehigh’s Idea Portal and this platform is allowing for great collegial connections among our campus community.

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Patricia Mann

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