9/27/12Memorial Union Ballroom – 6 p.m.University of Rhode Island                                   1
Harrington School Faculty Meeting, September 6, 2012Today’s Objectives     Identify goals and priorities for 2012-2013    ...
Our VisionThe Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares graduates whoare effective thinkers, creators and coll...
Camp Harrington   Through a faculty development   process, we began the planning and   development of strategic change   t...
Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013     WHO ARE WE?      Harrington School of Communication and Media      Think. C...
Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013    WHO ARE WE?    Harrington School of Communication & Media      Think. Create...
Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013   HOW WILL WE IMPROVE?   Expect More                  More reading, writing, s...
Curriculum Renewal Programmatic & Personal                           8
THE HUB   @LLRCEquipment checkout  and just-in-time digital technology    learning lab  301 Swan Hall                      9
Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013   HOW WILL WE IMPROVE?   Expect More                  More reading, writing, s...
Harrington Rangers  peer advisors &brand ambassadors                     11
Harrington School Book ClubKICK-OFFFriday, September 213 – 4:30 p.mHardge ForumMulticultural CenterWe’re reading:Creating ...
Faculty Job Shadowing                          Spend a day                             with a                           me...
Cluster SeminarsBring Faculty and Graduate Students Togetherfor Conversation that Leads to Action                         ...
9/27/12Memorial Union Ballroom – 6 p.m.University of Rhode Island                                   15
Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013   HOW WILL WE IMPROVE?   Expect More                  More reading, writing, s...
Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013    HOW WILL WE IMPROVE?    Increase Visibility                       We communi...
Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013     WHO ARE WE?      Harrington School of Communication and Media      Think. C...
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Overview of the strategic priorities for the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island, presented to the faculty by Renee Hobbs on September 7, 2012.

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Harrington School of Communication and Media, 2012 - 2013 Priorities and Goals

  1. 1. 9/27/12Memorial Union Ballroom – 6 p.m.University of Rhode Island 1
  2. 2. Harrington School Faculty Meeting, September 6, 2012Today’s Objectives Identify goals and priorities for 2012-2013 Introduce key elements of new initiatives Share information about upcoming events Engage with the process: Help us build the future 2
  3. 3. Our VisionThe Harrington School of Communication and Media prepares graduates whoare effective thinkers, creators and collaborators, well-prepared forcitizenship, careers, and life in a rapidly changing global economy. MISSION Working together, we use the power of information and communication to make a difference in the world. 1 2 3 Build Increase the Interdisciplinary Make Real-World Flexibility and Clusters to Learning Reach of the Advance an Integral Part of Program Research & the School Teaching 3
  4. 4. Camp Harrington Through a faculty development process, we began the planning and development of strategic change through interdisciplinary dialogue. June 5 – 6 – 7 June 18 – 19 – 20 LOCATION: Bay Campus, GSO Graduate Education Interdisciplinary Majors GSLIS & Journalism Digital Boot Camp & Media/Technology Issues Experiential Learning Back-to-School Welcome Event 4
  5. 5. Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013 WHO ARE WE? Harrington School of Communication and Media Think. Create. Collaborate. HOW WE WILL IMPROVE? Expect More Share, Learn and Play Increase Visibility Collaborate to Create the Future WHY DOES IT MATTER? Working together, we use the power of information and communication to make a difference in the world. 5
  6. 6. Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013 WHO ARE WE? Harrington School of Communication & Media Think. Create. Collaborate. 6
  7. 7. Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013 HOW WILL WE IMPROVE? Expect More  More reading, writing, speaking, listening, thinking & collaborating  More digital and technology assignments & activities 7
  8. 8. Curriculum Renewal Programmatic & Personal 8
  9. 9. THE HUB @LLRCEquipment checkout and just-in-time digital technology learning lab 301 Swan Hall 9
  10. 10. Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013 HOW WILL WE IMPROVE? Expect More  More reading, writing, speaking, listening, thinking & collaborating Curriculum Renewal  More digital and technology assignments & activities THE HUB@LLRC Share, Learn and Play  Increase student leadership  Build relationships with alums and community leaders  Informal social interaction deepens relationships across departments and programs  Interdisciplinary clusters talk, plan & take action 10
  11. 11. Harrington Rangers peer advisors &brand ambassadors 11
  12. 12. Harrington School Book ClubKICK-OFFFriday, September 213 – 4:30 p.mHardge ForumMulticultural CenterWe’re reading:Creating InnovatorsBy Tony Wagner 12
  13. 13. Faculty Job Shadowing Spend a day with a member of the Harrington School Executive Advisory BoardContact: Rebecca Schiff 13
  14. 14. Cluster SeminarsBring Faculty and Graduate Students Togetherfor Conversation that Leads to Action 1 Build Interdisciplinary Digital & Media Literacy Clusters to We use the power of communication to explore new forms of Advance expression and communication, helping people develop the full range of Research & competencies required to participate and succeed in a digital culture. Teaching Communicating Science We use the power of communication to support the creation of environmentally sustainable communities, translating science in ways that enable public participation, collaboration and conflict resolution through environmental campaigns, social marketing, rhetoric and discourse. Engaged Communication and Action We use the power of communication as a form of civic action, working with local and global communities to address issues of equity and social justice, using leadership, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking to help improve the quality of life for people across the region and around the globe. 14
  15. 15. 9/27/12Memorial Union Ballroom – 6 p.m.University of Rhode Island 15
  16. 16. Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013 HOW WILL WE IMPROVE? Expect More  More reading, writing, speaking, Curriculum Renewal listening, thinking & collaborating  More digital and technology assignments & activities THE HUB@LLRC Share, Learn and Play  Increase student leadership  Build relationships with alums and Harrington Rangers community leaders Harrington Book Club  Informal social interaction deepens Faculty Job Shadowing relationships across departments and Cluster Seminars programs  Interdisciplinary clusters talk, plan & Ignite Harrington take action 16
  17. 17. Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013 HOW WILL WE IMPROVE? Increase Visibility We communicate a coherent and unified Website Revision message about what we value, On the Road what we do well, and where we are heading. Collaborate to Create the Future Ranger Hall renovation Strategic Planning Process Fundraising 17
  18. 18. Identify Goals and Priorities, 2012 - 2013 WHO ARE WE? Harrington School of Communication and Media Think. Create. Collaborate. HOW WILL WE IMPROVE? Expect More Share, Learn and Play Increase Visibility Collaborate to Create the Future WHY DOES IT MATTER? Working together, we use the power of information and communication to make a difference in the world. 18
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