Author Archives: Ellen Falduto
Our planning work this year focuses on resource allocation and developing a sustainable budget for the College. To read more about our process, work, and updates, click here.
Wooster continues to build a strong foundation in a challenging environment. This year, we continue to build this foundation, and address the marketplace, media, and financial challenges of today’s higher education environment. Read more about our Strategic Priorities for 2014-15.
In 2013-14 we have committed to getting a great deal of important work done, building as we must on our hard-won momentum. A check of our progress at the beginning of 2014 indicates that we are making good, if not … Continue reading
Our documented, and “self-studied” evidence of our accomplishments of 2012-13 set the foundation for “a great deal of important work to be done” in 2013-14. In their annual Strategic Priorities memo, Board Chair Gunning and President Cornwell highlight the projects … Continue reading
One of our 2012-13 strategic priorities was to complete our continuing accreditation research and evaluation. This was more than a self-study for our regional accreditor: it was an important element of our on-going strategic planning process. As we anticipated, the … Continue reading
In their annual Strategic Priorities memo, Board Chair Gunning and President Cornwell noted that the College begins “this year in a very good place, seeing ample grounds for confidence and optimism,” highlighting many of the accomplishments of 2011-12 and early … Continue reading
2011-12 is “a year of “implementation.” It is clearly evident that we have been at work on implementing all of the priorities to support our strategic objectives. Learn more about our progress…
On August 22nd President Cornwell, Scott Friedhoff, and Laurie Stickelmaier shared an update on the strategic situation of the College and our collective priorities for the year ahead. The strategic theme for this year is implementation. Click here to read … Continue reading
Our end of the year (2010-11) update: We have made good progress on many of our priorities for 2010-11, thanks to the work of students, faculty, and staff across the campus. Some of our priorities have proved a bit more … Continue reading