RIT Task Force on Reorganization records
Scope and Contents
The RIT Task Force on Reorganization records consist of three reports. The first is the 1985 Report of the Strategic Planning Committee on Strategic Planning, which appears to lay the groundwork for the Task Force on Reorganization. The second report is the 1988 Report of the Task Force on Reorganization. The third is the 1988 Deans’ Recommendations Regarding Report of the Task Force on Reorganization.
- 1985, 1988
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Historical Information: RIT Task Force on Reorganization
The Strategic Planning Committee formed the Task Force on Reorganization, which was charged with examining the organization, functional structures, and strategies of the Institute. They were to present a report on the strategic analysis and planning of institutional restructuring to the administration. The Task Force was created in response to fluctuating student attrition, which caused instability for RIT as an institution that depends heavily on tuition income. The most momentous decision of the restructuring was the development of the institution’s first doctorate program, the first and only Imaging Science PhD in the country at that time.
1 Folder(s) (These records are contained within a folder in a document box.)
Records of the RIT Task Force on Reorganization from the Strategic Planning Committee. The Task Force on Reorganization was tasked with presenting to the administration various courses of action in response to student attrition. These records include reports and recommendations from 1985 and 1988.
These records are arranged in chronological order.
C.S. South, Shelf 785, Box 12a
Finding aid created by Allison Thompson in January 2014.
- RIT Task Force on Reorganization records
- RIT Archives
- Allison Thompson
- 22 January 2014
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