Customized experiential education, new professional development avenues for faculty and staff, and infrastructure improvements were among the many topics discussed Friday at a town hall meeting on Northeastern’s long-range plan.
On Wednesday, members of the Northeastern community heard from university leaders about the long-range plan and discussed the plan’s objectives, with areas of focus ranging from expanding personalized experiential education to upgrading the university’s physical and digital infrastructure.
On Thursday, university leaders, students, faculty, and staff underscored Northeastern’s successes over the past decade and looked ahead to its future. The new academic plan, President Aoun said, “is nothing less than a roadmap for creating the world’s first global university system.”
Last week, the Northeastern University Board of Trustees approved Northeastern 2025, the university’s academic plan for the next decade. In a message to the campus community on Monday, President Joseph […]
At two academic plan town hall meetings on Monday, members of the Northeastern community examined strategic themes—doctoral education, and research and scholarship—of the academic plan, which will guide the university’s course over the next 10 years.
On Tuesday, Northeastern students, faculty, and staff at the latest academic plan town hall meeting examined and shared ideas around diversity and inclusion, one of the core themes being discussed as part of the planning process.
Students, faculty, and staff discussed a range of topics—including diversity, interdisciplinarity, and faculty recruitment and development—that relate to the roles and needs of faculty over the next 10 years.
Provost James C. Bean on Tuesday led a discussion with faculty and staff that focused on a first draft of a new Northeastern essence statement, which is meant to encompass a collectively defined set of university beliefs and values.
A range of academic programs and units are integrated to enhance student outcomes and strengthen research.