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All GTU community members across the consortium are invited to attend a virtual “GTU 2.0 – Community Town Hall” on Tuesday, March 2nd, from 3-4:30pm. To request Zoom access, please reach out to Melissa Haddick at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Over seven months, a diverse group of GTU community members inclusive of students, faculty, staff, administrators, and trustees gathered to form a dedicated Strategic Planning Committee, tasked with shaping a bold future vision for the GTU. Working in close collaboration with Trium Group, a renowned San Francisco-based strategic consulting firm with expertise working in non-profit and higher education contexts, the Committee devoted countless hours to listening and learning from you — our community — about the GTU’s opportunities for growth, and paired these insights with deep research to develop a bold and innovative 5-Year Strategic Vision poised to guide the GTU’s evolution.
To share this vision, a series of webinars were held in February for each of our constituencies: GTU Rostered Faculty and Staff, GTU Council of Deans and Core Doctoral Faculty, and GTU Students. Webinars were thoughtfully planned to allow for maximum possible attendance, and to allow sufficient time and attention to address questions of greatest interest to each group.
Following this series of presentations, all participants were invited to provide feedback through an anonymous survey, as well as attend a virtual “GTU 2.0 – Community Town Hall” on Tuesday, March 2nd, from 3-4:30pm, to which all GTU community members across the consortium are invited. With these efforts, we hope to provide adequate opportunity for constructive feedback and discussion about the GTU’s 5-Year Strategic Vision.
To request Zoom access, please reach out to Melissa Haddick at: email@example.com
This event is online only