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In preparation for FIU’s next strategic plan, Dean Furton, from the College of Arts and Sciences published the final white paper version. This paper was produced by the iREAL Commission, formed by President Mark B. Rosenberg in the Fall of 2013. The paper was not only informed by the 10 Commissioners, but their working groups of faculty, staff, students and community stakeholders. Please Click in more information to learn more.
On April 2, 2014, FIU conducted a Strategic Planning and Finance Town Hall meeting. The meeting started with an introduction from President Mark Rosenberg and continued with words of other members. Click in more information to download a PDF copy of the presentation.
As government financing of basic science research has plunged, private donors have filled the void, raising questions about the future of research for the public good. Billionaires are investing heavily on big ideas in Science. This article talks about the different investment from individuals who are making the difference in many different fields. Click in more information for the complete story.
FIU is ready to remake itself. That was the message from FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg in a recent town hall discussion focused on developing the next strategic plan.
The iREAL Commission, formed by President Mark B. Rosenberg in the Fall of 2013, has published a working draft white paper. The paper was not only informed by the 10 Commissioners, but their working groups of faculty, staff, students and community stakeholders. Click in more information to access a copy of the paper.
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The ten commissioners appointed by Dean Furton have completed their white papers addressing each of the ten questions posed by the President.
This is a major report released last year by the National Research Council, which warns that America's world-class research institutions are in danger of serious decline and identifies actions needed to strengthen these valuable national assets.
We need input from FIU faculty, students, staff, alumni, a spectrum of local, regional, national, and international employers, researchers, donors, and other stakeholders. We seek your guidance to craft a meaningful strategic path for FIU which builds on our areas of success.