22 Sep, 2020 03:30 am

WSU remains "in good shape" as strategic planning continues

15 as part of Weber State’s ongoing strategic planning process to shape the university’s priorities and goals for the next five years.Welty, of the AASCU-Penson center for professional development, an organization of former university presidents and chancellors, joined in the process to guide Weber State forward early in 2020.“Obviously, we are in a very difficult time right now, but as President Mortensen has pointed out, I think Weber State is in a strong position to take advantage of [strategic planning] work that has been done in the past.” Welty met with stakeholders of Weber State in April via Zoom as part of a constituent feedback and research phase.

“It’s my goal to help position us, to use the success we have right now, so that ten or 15 or 20 years from now Weber State continues to be strong and thrive,” Mortensen said.Students with an interest in the future of Weber State have a voice in the planning process and are encouraged to attend.

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