9.30.22 Closing out our first full month of campus input

September was an active month of campus-wide strategic planning engagement.

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Patricia Mann

It’s been one month since the launch of our campus-wide strategic planning process. September was very active with the four working groups conducting over 60 sessions, with close to 1,700 faculty, staff, undergraduates and graduate students participating.

Community connections are also taking place with our local and regional partners. These sessions give Lehigh leadership the opportunity to update community leaders on Lehigh’s strategic planning process and reinforce the strong partnership we have with our South Bethlehem and greater Lehigh Valley neighbors.

Please mark your calendars for November 16–a strategic planning campus conversation, where you’ll hear from the working groups on their progress and emerging initiatives. And, continue to check the events calendar for upcoming Our Future, Our Lehigh strategic planning engagement sessions. Please continue to contribute your thoughtful ideas on Lehigh’s Idea Portal.

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Patricia Mann

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