Thursday, September 18, 2014

UA President Hart to Speak at Town Hall Today on Never Settle

Posted By on Thu, Sep 18, 2014 at 8:30 AM

If you aren't able to attend a town hall tomorrow with UA President Ann Weaver Hart, AZPM will be livestreaming the discussion here.

According to an announcement on UA@Work, today, Thursday, Sept. 18 town hall is from noon to 1 p.m. in Old Main's Silver and Sage room on the building's second level. Hart will "provide an update on the UA's Never Settle strategic academic and business plan, and the plan's evolution over the past year."

During the open meeting, audience members are welcome to ask Hart questions on any topics of interest to them. Questions do not need to be submitted in advance.

November marks one year since the University's Never Settle plan was presented to the Arizona Board of Regents.

Hart provided a brief Never Settle update during Monday's Faculty Senate meeting.

"Never Settle is our academic plan, but it's also a business and finance plan," she said. "It's being tied directly to our financing plans. So as you get updates ... you will hear more about the financial situation in which we are working, how it fits into our aspirations, and what adjustments we may have to make because of changes in finances."

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