On Tuesday, March 10, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College will host a second Charting the Future Gallery Walk to get feedback from the campus community about the work of the Academic Planning & Collaboration, Competency Certification & Credit for Prior Learning, Education Technology and Information Technology Systems Design implementation teams. The event is open to the public and will be held in the college amphitheater.
Last fall, Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College hosted a similar Gallery Walk and provided feedback on the work of the Student Success, Diversity, Comprehensive Workplace Solutions and System Incentives & Rewards Charting the Future implementation teams. The event saw approximately 75 participants, and the feedback was gathered and shared with the Charting the Future committees and project leaders.
The eight teams and the Gallery Walks are all part of Charting the Future, the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities strategic planning process. The eight implementation teams were formed to act on six recommendations developed with input from more than 5,000 students, faculty and staff and adopted by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees in November 2013.
Teams featured in the Gallery Walks last fall are currently in the process of reviewing their Gallery Walk information and refining their initial ideas and concepts. Teams featured in the Gallery Walks this spring will receive their Gallery Walk feedback in May and will review and make refinements to their initial ideas and concepts over the summer and in early fall.
More information will be available at chartingthefuturemnscu.com as work on Charting the Future continues. Individuals interested in the process are encouraged to attend one of the 39 Gallery Walks happening across the state in person, provide feedback via the online Gallery Walk (available through March), send feedback to MyIdeas*AT*so.mnscu.edu, or follow *AT*mnscu and use #ChartingTheFuture.


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