Listening sessions will be conducted on all campus (Lawton, Duncan and Claremore) and at select off-campus locations as a means of soliciting valuable feedback from key stakeholders concerning the university’s vision for the next five years and insights regarding current resources, priorities and programs.
February 10, 2017
- Art, Music & Theatre Arts - 9am
February 15, 2017
- Extended Learning - 2pm Buddy Green
February 17, 2017
- Computing & Technology - 8am HH 103
- Teaching & Learning - 2pm Buddy Green
February 22, 2017
- Sports & Exercise Science - 3pm Buddy Green
February 24, 2017
- Agriculture and Biological Sciences - 2pm Buddy Green
- Student Services - 4pm Buddy Green
March 3, 2017
- Admissions and Registrar - 2pm
March 6, 2017
- Prospective Student Services - 9am Ole Kim
- English & Foreign Languages - 2pm IBC Boardroom
March 12, 2017
- Education - 3:45pm Nance Boyer 2067
March 18, 2017
- Admissions and Registrar Offices - Boardroom in the Administration Building
March 24, 2017
- Communication - 2pm Buddy Green
March 29, 2017
- Business - 3:30pm Buddy Green
April 7, 2017
- Psychology - 2pm Buddy Green
April 11, 2017
- 2pm Student Organizations
April 12, 2017
- Social Sciences - 2pm CETES
April 14, 2017
- Mathematical Sciences - 2pm CETES
April 19, 2017
- 9am Rogers State University
April 21, 2017
- Chemistry, Physics & Engineering - 2pm Sarkeys Conference Room
April 25, 2017
- 10:45am Cameron - Duncan Campus (Students)
- 4pm Cameron - Duncan Campus (Fac/Staff)
April 26, 2017
- Open Session - IBC-RMA Exec. Boardroom 9am-11am
- Open Session - IBC-RAM Exec. Boardroom 1pm-3pm
The broad goal of the “listening sessions” is the give every Cameron University stakeholder the opportunity to provide her or his perspectives on the state of Cameron University. This information will help inform and prepare for the process of developing a new strategic plan. The listening sessions are a part of the pre-planning phase. It will engage constituencies across the campus and reach out beyond our campus for community input, in preparation for the formal PLAN 2023 strategic plan development during the summer and fall of 2017. Listening sessions will be held during the Spring semester of 2017. These meetings will each take 1-2 hours and be interactive, offering an opportunity for everyone to give his or her view. In addition, an online survey will be launched in Spring semester of 2017 that will complement the listening sessions and provide an additional course of information for the strategic planning process. Your attendance at a listening session will be very much appreciated. Your unique views on the future direction of Cameron University are critical to the development of a clear and holistic strategic plan that reflects the challenges and opportunities the university faces and gives firm direction from the future.
The key objectives of the listening tour are to:
- Give an overview of the planning process itself, including the timeframe and how to contribute.
- Ascertain which parts of PLAN 2018 remain relevant and should be carried forward.
- Determine what really matters to you as we begin the next strategic planning process.
- Gain ideas for suggested new and relevant Cameron University strategic goals and measures (where possible).
Discussion Questions for Listening Sessions
These are the broad questions that will be discussed at each listening session meeting – you may wish to consider your views on these questions before attending the session.
- Which, if any, of the current Cameron University PLAN 2018 do you consider to still be relevant and should be carried forward into the new strategic plan?
- What do you consider to be Cameron University’s main strengths?
- How do you think Cameron University can best capitalize on those strengths?
- What do you consider to be Cameron University’s main weakness?
- How do you think the university could address those weaknesses?
- What, in your opinion, are the key challenges facing Cameron University over the next 5-10 years?
- What key areas do you think Cameron University should seek to prioritize for improvement over the next 5-10 years?