Strategic Planning Announcement | July 2013 Fr. Fitzgibbons, president, and Patricia Ladewig, provost, announce new strategic planning activities, which are detailed below. The Regis University Board of Trustees reaffirmed the priorities of the University Strategic Plan at its June 28 meeting. The University now enters the next phase of planning with the formation of solution groups addressing the most important priorities, with recommendations to be put forward to the President’s Cabinet by November 15. Six solution groups have been formed: Business Programs (chaired by Tom Reynolds, vice president for mission and planning) Computer and Information Sciences (chaired by Jagan Gudur, chief information officer) Growth and Innovation (chaired by Janet Houser, academic dean, RHCHP) STEM (chaired by Sue Scherer, associate dean, RHCHP) International Students (chaired by Diane McSheehy, dean of students) Experiential Learning (chaired by Richard Delliveneri, director of career services) You'll find a complete list of solution groups, their charges, internal and external members and the most recent draft of the strategic plan on the Regis Rising website at www.regis.edu/regisrising. Visit "Resources" and click on the "Regis University Documents" section of the content accordion. Other long-range decisions that have been implemented include: A new position has been created for a vice president for enrollment management that will oversee all three college admissions areas. The admissions and student service departments for Regis College and the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions have merged. The University Brand Marketing team has launched the “Education. Elevated.” campaign which is positioning Regis University more boldly in the public eye. The leadership of the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions is moving forward on a Regis-run health care clinic to be located across Federal Boulevard. Groundwork for a comprehensive fundraising campaign is being laid by the Office of University Relations. The graduate counseling program in the College for Professional Studies is moving to the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, a natural home for its mental health counseling degrees. Questions or comments? Please use the strategic planning feedback link, or contact Tom Reynolds or Steve Jacobs.