Category Archives: History of the “Academic Planning” Process

Mark Jones, Restored Records for the 2011 Academic Planning Process (12 October 2011)

This posting restores information that has been fundamental to the drafting of the academic plan but that was, for no apparent reason, removed from the APTF’s website over the summer.  It is possible that few have missed this information, and … Continue reading

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Welcome back . . . to “Academic Planning” (9 September 2010)

QSERAP email to Queen’s students and employees, sent 9 September 2010: Dear colleagues: Over the summer, as you may know, there have been some developments in Queen’s “Academic Planning” exercise, including some advances in transparency.

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Queen’s “Academic Planning” Exercises, 2009-10: A Critical History with Documents (8 September 2010)

By Mark Jones The “academic planning” exercises at Queen’s formally began on 15 January 2010, with Principal Woolf’s Where Next? and are now entering their second academic year.

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