Bring your questions for President Robbins to APAC town hall

Bring your questions for President Robbins to APAC town hall

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President Robert C. Robbins
President Robert C. Robbins

The campus community is invited to the Appointed Professionals Advisory Council's annual town hall with President Robert C. Robbins on Feb. 20.

The event will be held from 3-4:30 p.m. in Holsclaw Hall in the Fred Fox School of Music. Registration is requested.

At last year's town hall, Robbins spoke about what was then the University's emerging strategic plan and about ways to improve student success.

For this year's meeting, the council has compiled a list of questions on topics relevant to its members, such as staff participation in shared governance and the importance of diversity and inclusion across campus, said Jennifer Lawrence, APAC's chair. She hopes Robbins will discuss opportunities and challenges he sees for the University in his opening remarks.

Following Robbins' remarks, attendees will be able to ask questions.

"A town hall provides a two-way opportunity for conversation," said Lawrence, business and finance manager in the Department of Neuroscience. "Staff can hear firsthand the priorities and directions that the leadership is pursuing, and the president can hear perspectives directly from the staff. The exchange of ideas is essential to building trust and engagement in any organization."

APAC's March meeting will be held March 31 from 3-5 p.m. in the Student Union Memorial Center's Ventana room. Visit the APAC website for more information.

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