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To focus the analysis of and debate about our university’s challenges and opportunities, several working groups and committees were established. These groups consisted of recommended faculty members staff, students, and alumni. Membership included subject-area experts who contributed their institutional perspectives to produce thoughtful preliminary reports.

See below for details about the seven working groups and four core committees, including membership and any charges.

Steering Committee – President Monaco, Provost Harris, Executive Vice President Campbell, all school deans, and other senior leaders, for full details click here.

Working GroupsWorking groups, chaired by faculty members or senior academic staff, were asked to report on Tufts’ strengths and challenges in seven key areas.

Student Experience

Digital and Online Initiatives

Modes of Research

Lifelong Learning and Alumni Engagement

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Active Citizenship and Public Service

Tufts and the World

Core Committees – Four core committees were charged with review and amalgamation of the working group reports to address important overarching issues as well as topics not covered by the working groups.

Teaching and Learning

Research and Scholarship

Impact on Society

Enabling Services, Technologies, and Resources