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A Web Letter from the Office of the Provost - March 2022
Classroom master planning committee seeks input

By Mary Jane Chew

Classroom master planning committee seeks input

The Office of the Provost continues to collect ideas and input regarding the ongoing West Lafayette campus classroom master plan. 

The campus-wide classroom master planning effort was announced last semester as a part of the Transformative Education 2.0 initiative. The project, a collaboration between the Office of the Provost and Physical Facilities, will better align physical and technological inventories with current and future pedagogies to meet the University’s needs over the next decade.

“We have collected excellent feedback during the multiple feedback sessions with students, faculty and staff over the last several months,” said Cherise Hall, vice provost for finance and strategic initiatives. “We are providing the survey option for those who weren’t able to participate in a feedback session.” 

Faculty and staff are encouraged to share input by taking this short, anonymous survey.

The initial phase of the classroom master planning effort is expected to conclude in the summer of 2022.