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Help Shape the Future of Whitman!

Help Shape the Future of Whitman!

The Whitman School of Management has embarked on a Space Analysis and Programming Study to support the Campus Framework Vision for Excellence: 2017 – 2037 and the Whitman School of Management’s (WSOM) Strategic Plan Roadmap to the Second Century.

Phase I of the study includes the release of the MyBuilding Survey. The MyBuilding Survey presents an opportunity to offer feedback on how the Whitman building currently serves alumni needs. Your participation will ensure that proposed recommendations will benefit not just the alumni, but also the broader Whitman community.

The MyBuilding Survey will be shared with current students, faculty, staff and alumni, and is comprised of two parts. Part I asks you to identify the spaces you currently use in the building and describe their opportunities and challenges. Part II is a series of questions to better understand the kinds of spaces required in the future.

The survey will be open until Wednesday, January 2, 2019, and we welcome your thoughts!

To take the survey, please go to https://whitman.syr.edu/mybuilding/

The Space Analysis and Programming Study is a five-month process beginning in November 2018 and concluding in April 2019. Sasaki Associates based in Watertown, Massachusetts, will undertake the Survey in collaboration with representatives of the Whitman School of Management and the Office of Campus Planning Design, and Construction.

Kevin Bailey

Bailey is assistant dean for marketing/communications and chief information officer for the Whitman School of Management. He is responsible for leading the Whitman Technology Services, Marketing, and Communications team, a customer-focused group that delivers innovative, efficient, and effective technology, communications and marketing solutions to advance the teaching, research, learning and outreach missions of the school and works to sustain and enhance the school’s presence in the field of business education. The combined marketing, communications and technology team is comprised of professional staff responsible for marketing the school’s programs, internal and external communications, web development, systems administration, computer services, student computing, media services and instructional technologies.
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