PRESIDENT'S REPORT TO THE
Stony Brook's Five Year Plan for 2000-2005 synthesizes the priorities and concerns of the campus community into specific projects that represent progress toward University goals. This report describes how the projects scheduled for 2002-2003 are being accomplished.
The Five Year Plan sets goals for providing a campus environment in which Stony Brook's excellent faculty, staff, and students will flourish, and for developing new initiatives that build on current strengths. The goals focus on eight areas: undergraduate students; graduate students and postdoctoral associates; faculty; infrastructure, staff and administration; campus life; campus facilities; technology transfer, outreach and fundraising; and facilities maintenance. Fifty-five projects were scheduled for completion this year as steps toward those goals.
The Five Year Plan and the Report on 2001-02 Accomplishments are available online and from the President's Office. For more information, contact Emily Thomas, Director of Planning and Institutional Research, at 632-7272.
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