Provost Sarah Mangelsdorf and Dean Kate VandenBosch talked to CALS faculty and staff about accomplishments in 2014 and where the future may take the college at the 2014 All-CALS meeting. Dean VandenBosch provided updates on strategic planning efforts to date and highlighted new projects related to the microbiome, remote sensing and eco-informatics and new undergraduate courses in food and agriculture for non-majors. Graphics from the meeting are available here.
Provost Mangelsdorf addressed the new budget model (see pdf version), emphasizing that the first year of implementation will be limited to 5 percent of revenues generated by tuition and state support.This entry was posted in Highlights by . Bookmark the permalink.