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Quality Advocates:

Planning from a Department Head or Director’s Perspective
Tuesday, February 26, 2008, 1:30-3:00 p.m., 508 Rider Building, Speakers: James Dillard, Head, Department of Communication Arts and Sciences, The College of the Liberal Arts, and James Myers, Director, Facilities Engineering Institute, College of Engineering

Leadership and Organizational Performance
Wednesday, March 5, 2008, 1:30-3:00 p.m., 508 Rider Building, Speaker: James B. Thomas, Dean, Smeal College of Business

For complete information about the Quality Advocates series, visit /advocates/.


Facilitating Planning, Improvement, and Assessment Projects and Teams
Friday, February 22, 2008, 8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., 508 Rider Building, Presenters: Marianne Guidos and Barbara Sherlock
For the further information, visit /workshops/facilitating/

For complete information on all workshops being offered, visit /workshops/.

Support for Planning, Improvement, and Assessment in Your Unit

The Office of Planning and Institutional Assessment supports the University’s efforts to plan, assess, and improve programs and services. The Office is available, at no charge, to consult with units and use organizational change tools to help units assess their needs, develop strategic plans, improve key processes, and develop collaborative team environments. If you would like to discuss the planning, quality, or assessment needs of your unit with one of our consultants, please contact the Office at 814-863-8721 or e-mail

The Quality Endeavors newsletter is published several times each semester. If you have any questions or comments about what you read here, or if you would like to suggest items for future newsletters, please contact Louise Sandmeyer, Executive Director of the Office of Planning and Institutional Assessment, at 814-863-8721 or read past issues, see the Office’s Web site at /newsletter/archive.htm. {C}

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