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Strategic Planning

Defining our Strengths and Strategic Directions


The Colorado School of Public Health Strategic Planning Process that will chart our school’s future for the coming five years is now underway. We hope to complete the process no later than July 1, 2013.

Faculty, students, and staff are needed to serve on the five Strategic Priority Committees that will consider important areas for future planning at the Colorado School of Public Health. 

1. Enhance and facilitate student success in public health learning opportunities.
2. Extend research and creative activities for maximum impact on population health.
3. Ensure the financial future of the CSPH in order to sustain and selectively expand programs and
services.
4. Strengthen the school's identity.
5. Build community bonds through training and service.

Committees working on each priority will have available to them the prior work of the Faculty Senate, department planning processes, and input from the campus partners at CSU and UNC. 

Please consider whether you would be willing to work on one of these committees during the month of March, and if so, respond to Carol Brown (carol.brown@ucdenver.edu), or to Associate Dean Judith Albino (judith.albino@ucdenver.edu​) as soon as possible. 

This phase of our strategic planning will take place during the month of March, so it will be essential that you are available to meet during that time. Please consider providing this important service to the School. Your input is needed! ​


Defining Strengths

Collectively our programs, research and expertise contribute to:​

:: Attaining lifelong health
:: Achieving health equity
:: Transforming the science and study of health
:: Creating healthy, safe and productive environments
:: Empowering communities

​Defined by the faculty, students and staff through an open feedback process conducted Spring 2012 
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