Developing a roadmap for the global elements in “To Boldly Go”
UC Davis is developing its first comprehensive Global Strategic Plan, building off the campus’ 10-year strategic plan, To Boldly Go, to articulate a thoughtful and coherent global vision and strategy.
As the campuswide Global Strategic Planning Committee develops this plan, bringing together the significant global work already underway with new initiatives that advance UC Davis' mission, they are calling on the entire UC Davis community to submit ideas and strategies related to the global elements within the goals of To Boldly Go through this webform by November 1, 2019.
With input from the campus community, the Global Strategic Plan will articulate a thoughtful and coherent global vision and strategy for UC Davis with concrete, measurable initiatives and action steps, including developing a global campus identity that builds on campus strengths, creating a guide for achieving the global components called for in To Boldly Go, and supporting the integration of internationalization as a tool to help UC Davis reach its full potential.
The webform for input is open to the entire campus community to submit as many strategies and ideas as they'd like related to any or all of the five goals within To Boldly Go.
Guided by UC Davis’ 10-year strategic plan, To Boldly Go, the global strategic planning process is spearheaded by a committee of faculty, students, and staff from all corners of campus. The committee is co-chaired by H. Rao Unnava, dean and professor in the Graduate School of Management, and Fadi Fathallah, associate vice provost of global education and services in Global Affairs and professor of biological and agricultural engineering.
Once initial feedback is gathered, the committee anticipates a draft plan being available for feedback in winter 2020. The plan will tie together the concepts outlined in To Boldly Go, and the significant work already underway, while bringing in new initiatives and strategies. For more information, visit the Global Strategic Plan webpage.