To assist Phase I AHC Strategic Planning, the School of Public Health (SPH) conducted
two focus groups of faculty, students, and staff on February 15 and 21, 2000. The
School’s Policy Council served as the basis for this input. Since 1994, it has been the
designated representative governing body of the SPH to assist and advise the Dean on
policy issues and decisions. It is also representative of the School’s constituencies
including faculty, students and staff.
University of Minnesota. School of Public Health.
Academic Health Center Strategic Plan Phase I: Executive Summary, School of Public Health Input.
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