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Mark Smith, editor

   

Strategic Planning at Hawai'i Pacific University

Hawai‘i Pacific University’s first formal strategic planning process was launched by President Chatt G. Wright in fall, 2000. Naming this process “HPU 2010 Planning,” he created the Educational Effectiveness Planning Committee and charged it to provide for “the assessment of the University’s effectiveness as a learning institution, including ways of acting upon the conclusions of assessment and reporting of actions taken by various divisions of the University as a result of assessment.” The president additionally asked that the committee develop a process that would include a wide range of University stakeholders. A parallel planning process to be conducted by the Board of Trustees was also named: the Trustees’ Long-Range Planning Committee.

   

HPU's strategic planning priorities

1. Extend the University’s commitment to working within a culture of evidence, including the use of learning assessment techniques in all areas related to student learning. Example: Institutional data on key performance indicators (KPI’s) available on HPU Pipeline.

   

So you say you want a recall?

So, the people of California, in their own unique way, have made their voices heard and by a wide margin, recalled the governor they had reelected just the year before, also by a wide margin. Now it falls to the pundits.

   
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