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Brainstorming session
The University of Michigan is engaging in a collective strategic visioning process to imagine our shared future for the next 10 years — our Vision 2034. The active participation of U-M students, faculty, staff, alumni and partners will be vital to the initiative’s success. Join us as we embark on this historic journey.

The collective visioning process for Vision 2034 will occur throughout 2023 alongside other important U-M efforts, including Campus Planning — which will explore how the physical campus must evolve to support the future of U-M. It will build upon the insights and lessons learned from other ongoing university engagement efforts including Bold Challenges, Bold Ideas, Culture Journey, as well as planning for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) 2.0. In addition, Vision 2034 will incorporate the strategic planning efforts occurring across the institution — including at UM–Dearborn, UM-Flint, and Michigan Medicine. It also will be informed by the 2023 U-M Audience Research Project findings, expected soon.

Our primary objectives are to:

• Engage the university community at large in crafting a compelling vision for our shared future, grounded in our mission and values. Learn how to get involved.

• Generate big ideas through town halls, surveys, focus groups and other forums.

• Incorporate key themes from recent campus-wide engagement efforts and other planning initiatives to inform the vision.

• Deliver a shared vision for charting the path of the university into the next 10 years.

• Enable university leadership to establish mechanisms to measure progress toward our vision over time.

The sessions available in this track offer multiple opportunities for feedback and idea contribution through a Town Hall format. A variety of audience groups & organizations will also participate through invite-only focus groups (not listed here).

Please note: Registration for events is currently limited to U-M faculty, staff, and students. If you do not see an event for your U-M affiliation, please check back at a later time. Additional engagement opportunities will be continuously added.
Brainstorming session Brainstorming session
Brainstorming session

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