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Nolte and Williamson Halls going to another
University unit to share ESUP information
- Senate Committee on Finance and Planning
- College of Science and Engineering
- Carlson School of Management
- All five system campuses
- College of Biological Sciences
These crucial conversations have transformed over time, starting with executive and leadership meetings focusing on the why and how of ESUP. (Watch the first three “About ESUP” videos for this high-level context.) As the program moved past the analysis phase and into its current development phase, these conversations are starting to address specific changes coming with ESUP.
Many blog posts in the Upgrade newsletter are based on questions faculty and staff asked during these face-to-face meetings. Listening and responding to stakeholder concerns is at the core of ESUP’s change management strategy.
ESUP is interested in meeting with more faculty and staff prior to or during fall semester to hear concerns and share the latest information on faculty-facing changes. Please email the program at email@example.com if your college or unit is interested in more information.