It's All About Me
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
The "It's All About Me" campaign button speaks to the university's central purpose -- serving the academic needs of students.
Students can use a website and video to unlock the meaning of St. Cloud State's reorganization.
The university is reorganizing its academic offerings in response to massive shifts in society.
Emerging are smaller and more nimble academic units that emphasize interdisciplinary teaching, learning, research and outreach.
University officials are educating students about the changes via the stcloudstate.edu/allaboutme website and "It's All About Me" video.
Susan Kelly, a graduate assistant in the Office of Strategy Planning and Effectiveness, will distribute "It's All About Me" buttons 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 10 in Atwood Memorial Center. Kelly, who is from a small town northwest of Alexandria, helped produce the video and website.
Among the messages in the video and on the website:
The university is organized into two colleges (each with an embedded school) and four schools. View St. Cloud State's academic organizational charts.
The university is preparing students for life, work, and citizenship in the 21st century. Through active discovery, applied knowledge and creative interaction, St. Cloud State is transforming students and the communities where they live and work.
Teaching, learning, research and outreach are tied to four pillars that support all academic efforts:
- Community engagement
- Active learning
Learn more about the university's reorganization at the "It's All About Me" website.
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