Documents & Reports

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Documents

Executive Summary: The Brandeis University Strategic Plan, May 2013

The executive summary of the Brandeis University Strategic Plan.

Fulfilling the Promise: The Brandeis University Strategic Plan, May 2013

The final version of the Brandeis University Strategic Plan.

Strategic Plan Draft, March 5, 2013

A draft of the Brandeis University Strategic Plan for community review

Strategic Planning Process, November 2012–January 2013

This document outlines the next phase of the strategic planning process.

Task Force Reports

Links to the task force reports commissioned by the SPSC and developed by 110 members of the Brandeis community.

Preliminary Framework for the Strategic Plan

This framework seeks to ensure that Brandeis University remains a clear first choice for
exceptional students, faculty, and staff committed to making a difference in the world.

Task Force Charges and Membership

This is a compilation of the charges and membership for each of the eleven task forces that are working through the summer to provide input to the SPSC.

Task Force Guidelines and Deliverables

This memo from Provost Steve Goldstein to the task force leaders and members details the guidelines and deliverables that direct their work.

Community Input and Communications

This chart illustrates the relationship of the constituents within the Brandeis community who are providing input to the Strategic Planning Steering Committee.

Strategic Planning Process

This chart indicates the basic elements of the strategic planning process.
The circular arrangement refers to the ongoing assessment and, if need be, revisions that will take place each year for the duration of the plan.

Our time to dream

Some points of inspiration and of the rationale for strategic planning.

Letter from the Provost

Introductory letter about the strategic planning process from Provost Steve Goldstein '78.

Session Summaries

Faculty Sessions

This paper highlights the principal themes and findings from eight discussions that included approximately 175 faculty members from across the institution.

Staff Sessions

This paper highlights the principal themes and findings from four meetings that included approximately 200 staff members from across the institution.

Student Sessions

This paper highlights the principal themes and findings from a series of student-led discussions.

Alumni Sessions

This paper highlights the principal themes and findings from two discussions with approximately 70 alumni, representing a range of classes from 1952 to 2011.