Upon Reflection

Strategic Planning Steering Committee


 

Vol. 7 No. 2
October/November 2004

Upon Reflection
University leadership urges a new "discipline" of planning

My job is to make sure that the academic focus of the institution is always front and center.
Earl Lewis, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs


If we’re going to be rigid, operating in the nineteenth century and resisting change, then we’ll go the way of the Light Brigade.
Kenneth Thorpe, Woodruff Professor of Health Policy and Management


Phase to phase

Strategic Planning Steering Committee

To learn more

Scholarship in Time
Or, Sipping champagne from a fire hydrant
Bruce Knauft, Samuel C. Dobbs Professor of Anthropology
and Executive Director,
The Institute for Comparative and International Studies

Is the Bible Green?
Ancient Israelite and early Christian perspectives
on the natural world
Carol A. Newsom, Professor of Old Testament

Further reading

The Mind and the Machine
A Review of Digital People by Sidney Perkowitz
Darryl Neill, Professor of Psychology

Endnotes

Return to Contents

 


Co-Chairs
Michael Johns, Executive Vice President for Health Affairs

Earl Lewis, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

Members
Susan Henry-Crowe, Dean of the Chapel and Religious Life

Thomas Lawley, Dean of the School of Medicine

Lanny Liebeskind, Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Chemistry and Senior Associate Dean for Research
in Emory College

Rosemary Magee, Senior Associate Dean for Resources and Planning and Executive Director of the Arts Project
in Emory College

Mike Mandl, Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration

Thomas Robertson, Dean of the Goizueta Business School


Sharon Strocchia, Associate Professor of History and Chair of the Faculty Council

Kenneth Thorpe, Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Health Policy and Management

John Witte, Jonas Robitscher Professor of Law and Ethics, Director of the Law and Religion Program, and Director of the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Religion