Nigliazzo’s notes to himself General Assembly 8/25/2010. The “New Normal”. Declining public funds Expectations for greater efficiency Expectations for greater productivity Expectations for new approaches to educational delivery
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Nigliazzo’s notes to himselfGeneral Assembly 8/25/2010
“To fulfill its mission during a time of critically limited resources, TAMUCT must not seek to replicate traditional university structure and process. It must evolve as a truly “new university,” purposefully designed for the efficient and effective delivery of instruction and student support services to a rapidly growing population that is highly mobile, technologically oriented, and continuing to experience major demographic shifts.”
“And while it must establish a permanent campus as its base of operations, TAMUCT must rely less on ‘bricks and mortar’ than on a command of technology, skillfully applied my creative faculty and staff to facilitate student progress toward educational attainment and regional progress toward economic growth and stability.”
“It must work in constant partnership with community agencies and organizations, other institutions of higher education, especially regional community colleges, and it must perfectly align itself with the defined needs of Ft. Hood, and with major regional employers in health care, information technology, distribution, and manufacturing.”