College of 2025 Conversations

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    2025 Conversation - 4/30/2013
    (2013-04-30)
    What do we – the Brockport community – want the College at Brockport to look like in the year 2025? What is it about the College, about our community, about us, that the College in 2025 should embody? What are the values, the soul, the DNA – as it were – that must endure and that we would want the College of 2025 to reflect and for those of us privileged to be here in 2025, would want to be part of. Thinking broadly, how do we envision the components that make the College (the academic core- the faculty and student – the essential programming and infrastructure – our staff and physical environment; and the broader community – our alumni, programmatic partners, and surrounding community)? What do we want it to look like?
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    2025 Conversation - 2/11/2013
    (2013-02-11)
    The dinner conversation on: What do we – the Brockport community – want the College at Brockport to look like in the year 2025? What is it about the College, about our community, about us, that the College in 2025 should embody? What are the values, the soul, the DNA – as it were – that must endure and that we would want the College of 2025 to reflect and for those of us privileged to be here in 2025, would want to be part of. Thinking broadly, how do we envision the components that make the College (the academic core- the faculty and student – the essential programming and infrastructure – our staff and physical environment; and the broader community – our alumni, programmatic partners, and surrounding community)? What do we want it to look like?
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    2025 Conversation - 2/12/2013
    (2013-02-12)
    The dinner conversation on: What do we – the Brockport community – want the College at Brockport to look like in the year 2025? What is it about the College, about our community, about us, that the College in 2025 should embody? What are the values, the soul, the DNA – as it were – that must endure and that we would want the College of 2025 to reflect and for those of us privileged to be here in 2025, would want to be part of. Thinking broadly, how do we envision the components that make the College (the academic core- the faculty and student – the essential programming and infrastructure – our staff and physical environment; and the broader community – our alumni, programmatic partners, and surrounding community)? What do we want it to look like?
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    College of 2025 Conversations Summary of Conversations
    (2013-08-02) Mangione, Kathy; LaBrie, Marie; The College at Brockport
    Participants in the 2025 Conversations were invited to participate and came from all areas of the College community. Each group was lead by a facilitator who gave an introduction, asked preliminary questions and recorded the comments. For this summary report, comments were sorted first by the 15 most common themes discussed, then by the frequency of the 25 most common words across all the themes and topics discussed. Common words were used in all the conversations making it impossible to attribute them to a single theme. In this summary report we have created visual representations of the conversations to highlight commonalities and provided a brief summary of each theme.
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    2025 Conversation - 2/13/2013
    (2013-02-13)
    The dinner conversation on: What do we – the Brockport community – want the College at Brockport to look like in the year 2025? What is it about the College, about our community, about us, that the College in 2025 should embody? What are the values, the soul, the DNA – as it were – that must endure and that we would want the College of 2025 to reflect and for those of us privileged to be here in 2025, would want to be part of. Thinking broadly, how do we envision the components that make the College (the academic core- the faculty and student – the essential programming and infrastructure – our staff and physical environment; and the broader community – our alumni, programmatic partners, and surrounding community)? What do we want it to look like?