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Published October 30, 2017
University of Wyoming employees and students have an opportunity to learn about and provide input on the work of UW’s Engagement Task Force during a campus open forum and listening session Monday, Nov. 6, from 3-5 p.m. in the Wyoming Union Family Room.
The 16-member Engagement Task Force was appointed by President Laurie Nichols to help UW meet its objective of collaborating with constituents and partners to improve and enhance the health and well-being of the state’s communities and environments, as outlined in UW’s new strategic plan, “Breaking Through: 2017-2022.” The group’s specific charge is to make recommendations to UW’s leadership regarding the structure and function for a new Office of Engagement and Outreach, and to work to be recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as a “community engaged university.”
“This listening session is the first opportunity for the task force to engage with the campus community to answer questions and to hear your feedback on UW’s work with community partners,” says Professor Jean Garrison, who chairs the group.
Those who are unable to attend in person may participate via the WyoCast system at https://wyocast.uwyo.edu/WyoCast/Play/4bdc1b3e64f34238b29d49227dfc50781d.
For more information on the Engagement Task Force, see www.uwyo.edu/news/2017/08/uw-launches-engagement-task-force.html.
Garrison may be contacted directly at (307) 766-6119 or firstname.lastname@example.org.