Charting the Future - Gallery Walk

Normandale Community College will host a Charting the Future (CTF) Gallery Walk on Thursday, March 26 in the Kopp Student Center Garden Room from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

This is the second in a series of Gallery Walks that Normandale Community College has hosted. This past November, the campus and community reviewed work from Student Success, Diversity, Comprehensive Workplace Solutions, and System Incentives & Rewards Charting the Future implementation teams.

On March 26, the campus and community will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the initial ideas and concepts from the Academic Planning & Collaboration, Competency Certification & Credit for Prior Learning, Education Technology, and Information Technology Systems Design Charting the Future implementation teams.

The open house style event is designed to provide students, faculty, staff and community members an opportunity to react to the concepts and themes proposed by the CTF implementation teams.

Normandale and other Minnesota State Colleges and Universities are engaged in a collaborative process called Charting the Future to develop specific actions to better serve our 435,000 students and communities, strengthen our colleges and universities, and protect our unique character and autonomy.

Charting the Future (CTF) implementation teams in the areas of Academic Planning & Collaboration, Competency Certification & Credit for Prior Learning, Education Technology, and Information Technology Systems Design have spent the past several months researching and developing initial ideas that will better serve our students and communities across the state and strengthen our colleges and universities. 

To learn more about the teams and the work being completed, visit the Charting the Future blog. You can also join the conversation by following @mnscu and using #ChartingTheFuture, or sending ideas, concerns or feedback to MyIdeas@so.mnscu.edu. There will also be an opportunity to provide in-person feedback at a campus Gallery Walk on March 26.