Strategic Vision for UM SPH: Survey

The University of Michigan School of Public Health has initiated a process of strategic visioning to determine the elements of our excellence that differentiate us from the other leading schools of public health. The goal of this process is to build on our past and current achievements to position ourselves as a top leader in defining the future direction of public health education, research, and practice.

We are consulting widely with SPH constituencies to solicit ideas that will help develop our strategic vision. We’re interested in what you think makes UM SPH special, what advantages we have that can be pursued to establish a leadership position, and how we can best anticipate future changes and needs in delivering public health services.

Along with focus groups and individual interviews, we are encouraging individuals to complete a short survey. The survey is completely anonymous and confidential and will be aggregated with the other suggestions we receive. There are 7 short questions. Feel free to answer any or all of them.

In this process, we hope to develop a guiding vision for what UM SPH should be doing to remain a vibrant leader in public health over the next decade. We very much appreciate your willingness to help us think through this important effort. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact me.

Peter D. Jacobson, Chair of the Strategic Visioning Committee

Take the survey now.

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