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Strategic Plan Timeline

Winter 2001

  • In February 2001, the Board of Trustees passed a resolution endorsing President Martin C. Jischke’s effort to create a strategic plan for all Purdue campuses.
  • Strategic planning task forces, made up of faculty, staff, student, and alumni representatives, were formed on each campus. The task forces met weekly and made progress reports to President Jischke.

Spring 2001

  • Rabindra Mukerjea, Purdue’s new director of strategic planning and assessment, began work on March 1.
  • Members of the strategic planning task forces met for the first time in mid-March.
  • Mission and vision statements from each campus were presented to the Board of Trustees on April 6.
  • Plan goals were to be established by May 18. Specific goals for each campus and specific actions or plans that will be used to reach those goals were included.

Summer and Fall 2001

  • Draft strategic plans were to be submitted in mid-July.
  • Public review of the draft plans took place in August, September, and October.

November 2001

  • A final plan was approved at the Board of Trustees November 2 meeting.

Winter 2001 — Fall 2002

  • Based on the University’s strategic plan, each school, department, and administrative unit will develop its own plan during the 2001-02 academic year outlining how its mission fits with the broader University mission. A review will be held each fall to assess progress.
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