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Planning Director Looks to Improve NDUS

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Schools may not be in session, but the North Dakota University System is already thinking about upcoming school years. The Board Strategic Planning will be meeting in two weeks to talk about the 2015 to 2020 school years.

Newly appointed Strategic Planning Director, Connie Sprynczynatyk, has conducted more than 100 interviews with NDUS stakeholders; as well as, hosted an hour long twitter chat with more than 1,000 students, faculty and staff members from across the state.

"There is a massive amount of information that I'm going to have to distill so the board and the campuspresidentss can have a meaningful conversation in one day, and really come up with the foundation for the next five years," says Sprynczynatyk.

Sprynczynatyk is also conducting a survey from faculty and staff for the direction that NDUS should take over the upcoming years.

 
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