The eight Steering Committees, which report to their corresponding Executive Committees, drive the implementation of strategic initiatives in their topical areas: the plan’s five thematic priorities and three supporting elements. The Steering Committees are responsible for ensuring that the plan’s foundations are addressed in their work.
Steering Committees for the Plan’s Five Thematic Priorities
- Advancing the Arts and Humanities
- Driving Digital Innovation
- Enhancing Health
- Stewarding our Planet’s Resources
- Transforming Education
Steering Committees for the Plan’s Three Supporting Elements
The Steering Committees identify relevant areas of opportunity, goals and objectives, action plans, and performance indicators or metrics. They also hold events and public forums to report on progress and to engage faculty, staff, students, and alumni in the plan implementation process.