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A new year usually signals change of some sort. On Monday night, the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos made a big change when the board approved a new strategic plan, mission, vision and goals.
Board members, Stephen Boerigter, Linda Hull, Micheline Devaurs and Nelson Hoffman voted unanimously to approve the plan. Board member Ron Dolin was absent. Campus Resources Director Lisa Clough presented the agenda item to board members and asked that they approve it.
The initiative began last spring, when members of the UNM-LA campus began evaluating its strategic goals, vision, mission and values. A new advisory board was elected last year and with that action, new ideas were brought forward. According to the final strategic plan report, board members had “new ideas, observations and questions about the campus, what services the campus was delivering and what direction the campus was moving in the future.”
The campus’ last developed a strategic plan in 2008 “and with the dramatic changes in higher education throughout the state of New Mexico, it was apparent we needed to look within the organization and chart a course of action to guide the institution as it navigates the upcoming years.”
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