July 18, 1996 * Vol . 6, No. 6

New PCUP priorities committee struck

SFU vice-president David Gagan has struck a committee to establish priorities on recommendations contained in the final report of the president's committee on university planning (PCUP).

Throughout the fall, the committee will consult with the university community on recommendations contained in the PCUP reports, assign priorities and outline strategies for implementing specific recommendations. A report will be completed by the end of November.

"I am hoping that as of now, members of the university community will take whatever opportunities arise to talk to committee members," says chair Katherine Heinrich, math and statistics. Meetings are being arranged with deans, chairs and directors to learn more about campus units and to discuss which of the PCUP recommendations people feel should have the highest priority.

"We plan to consult as widely as possible," Heinrich adds.

Other committee members include Joan Collinge, continuing studies, Lucy LeMare, education, Brian Lewis, communication, Jim Ogloff, psychology, Larry Pinfield, business administration, Michael Smith, biological sciences, Owen Underhill, contemporary arts, Diane Whitely, registrar's, and two students.

The committee has established a Web site to keep SFU constituents informed of its activities. It is located at: http://www.sfu.ca/vpacademic/planning/

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