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Keene State College: President's Cabinet Priorities

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Discussion of Campus Priorities

President's Cabinet

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Present: Helen Giles-Gee, Jay Kahn, Gordon Leversee, Corinne Kowpak, Michael Matros, Judy Kalich, Kim Harkness, Julie Dickson, and Ann Gagnon

The Cabinet members each shared what they believed to be the top five priorities for KSC. The following broad areas were identified (# of times mentioned):



  • External relationships and communication (7)
  • Academic Initiatives (7)
  • Enrollment Management in all its facets (3)
  • Strategic planning (4)
  • Diversity (4)
  • Resource development (2)
  • Community building (3)
  • Communication (4)
  • The HR Master Plan and related issues (3)
  • Faculty contract negotiations (2)
  • Completion of new residence halls to meet Trustee residence goals (1)




These were tabulated and ranked as follows:

  1. Academic Initiatives
  2. External Relationships
  3. Strategic Planning
  4. Diversity
  5. Communication

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