September 16, 2014
Topic: Campus News
Months of work by three faculty-led committees have resulted in recommendations for continuing a strong commitment to innovative education, cutting-edge research, diversity, and affordability and access to a U-M education.
The three committees appointed last winter by Provost Martha Pollack include Being a Faculty Member in the 21st Century, Task Teams on Engaged Learning and Digital Instruction, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
"The recommendations of these committees are being considered within the context of, and as one part of, a continued commitment to broader priorities," Pollack said in a message to the university community.
This fall, Pollack said, she will ask the Provost's Advisory Committee on Budgetary Affairs, a committee charged by the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, to consider the other committees' recommendations while examining financial issues facing the university.