A Second-Year Progress Report on the
Campus Strategic Framework 2010–2011
Progress on Our Priorities
- Provide an exemplary undergraduate experience
- Reinvigorate the Wisconsin Idea and renew our commitment to our public mission
- Invest in scholarly domains in which we have existing or potential strength and impact
- Recruit and retain the best faculty and staff, and reward merit. Enhance diversity in order to ensure excellence in education and research.
- Be responsible stewards of our resources
- Bucky is Making Progress, Too!
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This report highlights progress achieved during the second year of our five-year strategic framework for the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Following an intensive exploration conducted as part of the institution’s reaccreditation process, the framework was introduced in spring 2009. From this far-reaching conversation among faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends emerged a renewed commitment to the Wisconsin Idea, and a vision that articulates this long-held principle:
The University of Wisconsin–Madison will be a model public university in the 21st century, serving as a resource to the public, and working to enhance the quality of life in the state, the nation, and the world.
The strategic framework identifies five priority areas for focusing our resources to advance this vision. We are pleased to share examples of work in progress, as well as several milestone accomplishments advancing these priorities.
Through these efforts and others too numerous to include, our campus remains steadfast in our commitment and creative energy to bring forth innovative solutions during a particularly challenging economy. We are confident that these accomplishments and momentum will sustain and advance our great university in service to the state and the world.