Summaries of the First Stakeholder Conference
What follows are summaries of participant comments from the First Stakeholder Conference and not final versions of specific initiatives. Participants responded to the question shown for each list. Their comments were distilled by subgroups of the Strategic Focus Advisory Council, combining similar responses for ease of reading.
A. What did you hear of particular relevance for Georgia College in the presentations today?
B. What are three to five characteristics of Georgia College that have potential for national distinction?
C. How effective is Georgia College at communicating (internally & externally) what it means to be a public liberal arts university?
Related Presentations and Reports from the First Stakeholder Conference, Oct 21, 2005
Advancing our Public Liberal Arts Mission: A Strategic Focus on Distinctiveness & Distinction
by Dr. David Brown (PowerPoint)
- Mission Progress Review
- Advancing our Public Liberal Arts Mission: A Strategic Focus on Distinctiveness & Distinction (All survey responses are on a 1-4 scale. "No Opinion" responses were omitted from all analyses.)
- Stakeholder Survey Results
(In table form)
- Read more of Dr. David Brown's ideas on public liberal arts institutions:
Nov 5, 2003, speech on "Unspoken Covenants of Small Public Selective Colleges"
First Stakeholder Conference
October 21, 2005
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
University Banquet Room
The purpose of the Stakeholder Conference is to obtain feedback from a variety of perspectives on issues under review by the Mission Progress Review Workgroup.
President Dorothy Leland
Importance of Strategic Focusing
Dr. John Moore
Keynote: Characteristics of Exemplary Public Liberal Arts Institutions
Dr. David Brown
Questions and Answers
Dr. David Brown
Mission Progress Review Workgroup (MPR)
Breakout Sessions: Key Questions from MPR
Afternoon Plenary: Reporting Out & Summing Up
Closing Comments on Results and Future Work
Dr. Brown and President Leland