Physical Space Task Force
Message from the Chair
The Physical Space Task Force is responsible for assessing the amount of space needed to address anticipated growth in a number of areas including academic programs, enrollment, and research. The committee will work with preliminary data provided by the Sasaki group in the updated campus master plan to determine the current utilization of classrooms, laboratories, and offices. A complete campus tour was given to the committee to better understand the current physical status of the campus and plan for future initiatives. Additionally, the committee will respond to the needs from the other task force groups in the Strategic Planning committee. A challenge facing the committee is the accurate interpretation of the data already acquired for the updated campus master plan.
Associate Professor of Physics
Task Force Starting Ideas
- Review of current academic and non-academic campus space allocations and utilization.
- Assess academic and non-academic space needs for the next five to ten years and prioritize those needs.
- Develop strategies to utilize space and resources more efficiently with an emphasis on sustainability.
- Assess the feasibility of acquiring additional space (building, property, etc.) within walking distance to the campus and recommend strategies for acquiring those with the highest priority.
Physical Space Task Force Roster
|Chris Pearson, Chair||Computer, Science, Engineering, and Physics|
|Scott Bertschy||Development and Alumni Relations|
|Bob Houbeck||Frances Willson Thompson Library|
|Theresa Landis||Recreational Services|