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April 13, 2007

M3 examples

Let's revisit our M3 vision once more - multidisciplinary, multicultural, model for engagement. What are some examples of how students, faculty, and staff in our college are putting these concepts into practice?

April 11, 2007

Our mark on the world

During our focus groups, one question that elicited especially thoughtful responses was the following:

"If our college and the work that it does went away, what would the world be missing?"

Of course, the College of Education and Human Development is not going anywhere; this is just another way to get us thinking about who we are. What do you think?

April 10, 2007

How we are perceived

How is the new College of Education and Human Development viewed by other colleges here at the University of Minnesota? What are we known for? How do we differ? What do we bring?

April 3, 2007

A few words about our College

You've heard the new College's M3 vision: multidisciplinary, multicultural, model for engagement. What are two or three other words or short phrases you would use to describe the College, either as it is now or how you would like it to be in the future?

March 28, 2007

Driven to discover _______?

If the University as a whole is "Driven to Discover," what are we--in this college--driven to discover? What is our own unique take on the University's overall point-of-view?

March 26, 2007

Our impact

Today's questions:
For what would you like our College to be known? When our graduates go forth into the world, what do you hope they bring with them from their CEHD experience?

March 21, 2007

Our strengths

There are important conversations happening here, and we've been sharing your input with Little & Co. We appreciate your feedback, and still have a lot of questions for you! We'll be posting often with a series of questions that we'd like you to think about and respond to.

Today's questions:
What are our strengths? What does the College contribute to the University and to the community that other colleges do not? What do we do especially well?