The University of Florida will host a public forum to solicit opinions and ideas from the UF and Gainesville community regarding UF’s Strategic Development Plan on Wednesday, July 27, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the GRU administration building’s multipurpose room at 301 SE 4th Ave. The plan will seek to provide a roadmap for the university and surrounding community’s future that supports UF’s rise to preeminence by identifying the best opportunities for wise growth, economic viability and livability.
UF, along with consulting firms DumontJanks and Elkus Manfredi, will finalize and release the plan by December. In the process, they are asking for input and feedback from UF faculty, staff, students and the Gainesville community. Representatives from the university’s planning team will provide a brief introduction to and overview of the work to date and facilitate several discussions focused on the themes of re-centering, uniting and sustaining our community.
For more information, visit the Strategic Development Plan website.
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