2020’s First Town Hall to Focus on C3I, Strategic Master Plan

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Provost Joseph Helble will discuss the campus climate initiative with EVP Rick Mills.

Students walk near Baker Library on a snowy day
(Photo by Robert Gill) (Photo by Robert Gill)

Executive Vice President Rick Mills will host a town hall Wednesday at which he will talk with Provost Joseph Helble about the Campus Climate and Culture Initiative (C3I) and provide updates on the strategic master planning process and other campus developments.

C3I, a comprehensive set of actions aimed at creating a learning environment free from sexual harassment and the abuse of power, was launched in January 2019. Helble will discuss Dartmouth’s progress on C3I over the past year at the public forum, set for noon, on Jan. 8, in the Hopkins Center of the Arts’ Spaulding Auditorium.

Mills will also be joined by Director of College Planning Joanna Whitcomb, who will give an update on progress on a new strategic master plan, which will be used as the basis for making decisions about future development of the institution.

The hour-long town hall meeting, part of Mills’ ongoing series of community discussions, includes time for questions and feedback from the audience. The event is open to the public.

William Platt can be reached at william.c.platt@dartmouth.edu.

Bill Platt