Peters: ‘Much work to do’ on NIU’s Vision 2020
DeKALB – Northern Illinois University’s Vision 2020 initiative has been under way for two years, and officials are happy with its progress in some areas, but President John Peters said Thursday “there is much work to do.”
The Board of Trustees heard an in-depth update Thursday on how much closer NIU officials have moved toward their Vision 2020 goals, which include transforming the curriculum, growing the honors program and increasing the enrollment to 30,000 students.
Peters announced the Vision 2020 strategic plan in September 2010 during his annual State of the University speech. The goal is to make NIU “the most student-centered public research university in the Midwest and establishing strategic goals for the coming decade in areas of student, faculty and facility excellence.”
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