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March 23: Employee roles in fulfilling strategic plan discussed

strategic-plan-logoPULLMAN, Wash. – Employees are encouraged to attend a discussion of the Washington State University strategic plan 1:30-3 p.m. Monday, March 23, in Lighty 405 and via videoconferencing at WSU locations statewide.

Register through the Human Resource Services training calendar at http://hrs.wsu.edu/skillsoft/default.aspx?c=ilt_wsu_PD_986. Log in with your WSU network ID.

The plan emphasizes WSU’s unique role as an accessible, approachable research institution that provides opportunities to a broad array of students while serving the state’s varied social and economic needs. Learn more at https://strategicplan.wsu.edu/.

The session will describe the process through which the plan was formed, its key themes and emphases, and the role of each employee in accomplishing its goals. Erica Austin, vice provost for academic affairs, will lead discussion.

 

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