What are the next steps for addressing the 2011 budget deficit and developing a strategic plan?
The Administration will submit a detailed fiscal 2011 budget plan and a five-year investment plan to the Trustees, in stages, for approval in 2010. The initial set of recommendations were presented at the Board’s Feb. 6-7, 2010 meeting (see Recent Communications). The process is led by President Jim Yong Kim, Carol Folt, Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences and acting Provost, and Steven Kadish, Senior Vice President. The process involves the entire campus community, including reviews of departments and divisions. Key groups are reviewing data and giving input, including the Committee on Priorities of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, the institution-wide Budget Steering Committee, the Student Budget Advisory Committee, and other committees and groups. The Administration will continue to provide information on the process and ways for the Dartmouth community to participate.
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- What are the next steps for addressing the 2011 budget deficit and developing a strategic plan?
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