Qayoumi presidency leaves a record of achievement
- May 10, 2011
President Mo Qayoumi initiated a collaborative process in Fall 2006 with extensive participation by students, faculty, staff, administrators, and government and community leaders in the East Bay region. The mandates emerging from this process became the University’s Framework for the Future. They inspired the development of the University’s Academic Plan as well as planning by the other University divisions.
The following report summarizes five years of accomplishments with respect to each mandate. It begins with several activities that pre-date the adoption of the seven mandates to show continuity in strategic thinking over the past five years.
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