Please see below for the Strategic Direction actions plans discussed at the Chancellor’s January 2020 retreat.
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Compact Executive Summary
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Compact
- Outstanding Learning Environment Action Plan Executive Summary – Undergraduate
- Outstanding Learning Environment Action Plan Executive Summary – Graduate
- Research Excellence Action Plan Executive Summary
- Community Engagement and Talent Pipeline Action Plan
- Sustainable Futures Action Plan
Based on feedback gained from the June 2018 and March 2019 retreats, and UWM’s mission, vision and guiding values, please see here for UWM’s strategic directions.
Chancellor Mone hosted a midyear retreat with 100+ individuals from across campus to discuss UW-Milwaukee’s future. Participants included governance leads, deans, Chancellor’s Cabinet and Expanded Cabinet members, and additional invitees selected by deans, division heads and governance representatives. See here for a summary of future action items, many of which are underway.
The Chancellor held a retreat with deans, division heads, cabinet members and governance representatives to discuss change in higher education generally and what it means for UWM. See here for a summary of future action items.
The campus hosted an open forum in which the Chancellor, governance chairs and other leaders from the Chancellor’s Strategic Opportunities Work Group discussed their work and answered questions,
A draft summary document of the Chancellor’s Strategic Opportunities Work Group was made available, with feedback collected over the month following.
The process was re-named “Strategic Opportunities” and the work group involved became known as the Chancellor’s Strategic Opportunities Work Group.
December 2016 – Introductory Communication
UWM has been reacting to budget challenges for some time due to cuts, the four-year tuition freeze, declining enrollments, and other factors. It is time to switch gears. The Chancellor’s Strategic Visioning Work Group will examine what UWM will be known for in the future and identify areas of excellence and growth.
The call for this focused direction has come directly from the Board of Regents, UW System, governance groups and many of our faculty, staff, students and community members. Such a direction is intended to enable greater campus, community, and legislative support, resulting in a stronger resource base and greater financial sustainability.
I will lead the work group to develop a clear, crisp strategy to advance and protect our strategic drivers: student success, research excellence, community engagement, culture and climate, and our brand, visibility and image.
We will build upon the excellent work done in the UW-Milwaukee Strategic Plan 2020 process from 2012-14, which was comprehensive and inclusive. However, much has changed since that planning was done – funding, enrollment, and shifts in higher education – and we need to adapt to be successful. It is time to look forward and, in doing so, re-evaluate how we achieve our mission, structure and overall direction.
Chancellor Mark Mone