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by Walter V. Wendler, Ph.D., President at West Texas A&M University.
Strategic planning in higher education is an essential component for both universities and colleges, especially given state funding for higher education continues to decrease throughout the nation. Please join Dr. Walter V. Wendler, 11th President of West Texas A&M University, for an informative webinar regarding a different perspective about strategic planning and the process of using generational planning to develop a strategic plan.
Dr. Wendler was appointed president of WTAMU in September 2016. He is excited to be a part of the transformation occurring at the university. President Wendler understands the importance of strategic planning work and this webinar will share insights regarding his experiences and the strategic planning process currently underway, entitled WT 125: From the Panhandle to the World, where West Texas A&M will plan to attain doctoral status in the Carnegie classifications of universities as it celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2035. Prior to his WT presidency, Dr. Wendler served as chancellor from 2001-2007 at Southern Illinois University (SIU) Carbondale, vice chancellor for Planning and System Integration at The Texas A&M University System and executive assistant to the president at Texas A&M University where he was responsible for directing the institution’s strategic plan, entitled Vision 2020: Creating a Culture of Excellence.
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This webinar is being offered free of charge to our members, and all you need to do is register by clicking here.
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I was first introduced to NAPAHE several years ago when I was asked to serve on a panel to talk about Emergency Management after dealing with a crisis on our campus and I’ve been coming to the conference ever since. I have to say that every year it gets better and better. It’s always a great opportunity to see other cities, tour other universities and interact with other presidential assistants. I’m always struck by how different the titles and structures are at every institution, but how the pressures and situations are strikingly similar…the interactions with other PAs is one of my favorite things about the conference. I’ve also enjoyed the break-out sessions to hear some phenomenal speakers talk about really helpful topics that we deal with every day. I especially enjoyed a session on navigating the President’s Cabinet. It reminded me that among all the busyness, that relationships are the most important thing.
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL