DalNews ran an article today about the Campus Plan.
If you’ve come to the blog for the first time, please feel free to scroll through past entries (or use the categories on the right of the screen), and leave us feedback on anything you’re interested in. We’re interested to hear what you have to say, and will take comments on any of the topics, or anything else you would like to tell us. The most recent draft of the Campus Master Plan can be found here.
You can also send me an e-mail at email@example.com.
The Third Progress Report for the Campus Master Plan has been posted. At a hefty 206 pages, there’s something there for everyone. If you have any questions about it, drop me a line or comment!
A big thanks to the Dalhousie Gazette for running a small article on the Campus Master Plan Blog. I suspect I have them to thank for the increase in traffic. If you’re new to the blog feel free to wander through old entries and leave comments on anything that sparks your interest. The categories to the right of the page can help you explore, if you’re looking for anything in particular, or you can always e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to check out some of the Campus Master Plan ideas in person? Have a chance to talk to the consultants? Give some more feedback in person?
Come and check out the Campus Master Plan feedback sessions. They’re running September 23rd to 25th at a number of locations on campus, as listed above. They are informal drop-in sessions and everyone’s invited.
The Campus Master Plan Blog is taking a week off to sip lemonade and read vaguely terrifying mystery novels by a lake. But fear not, intrepid blog reader, there are lots of old entries on this site for you to explore. You can even comment on them!
Do you work at Dalhousie? Then there’s plenty of stuff geared to you.
Interested in cycling issues? Check out our transportation posts.
Never been here before? Hey look, an introductory post (you’ll have to scroll down a bit).
Or check out any of the other posts that have been made in the last three months. There’s something for everybody!
The Second Progress Report on the Campus Master Plan has been posted. Check it out and comment or drop me a line if you have any questions!
What’s Going On?
Dalhousie is in the process of developing a Campus Master Plan. The plan will guide the future development of Dalhousie for many years to come. Information on the process can be found on the main Campus Plan page.
The first Progress Report was released in March 2009 and covers the expectations and themes that will shape Dalhousie’s future. The second Progress Report will be released this fall and will outline strategies for implementing the Campus Master Plan.
So, What About The Blog?
A Campus Plan must meet the needs of the entire University community. This means we want to hear from you. This blog was created as a way to ask questions and find out what you think. What does Dal mean to you? What do you think is important for the future of Dal? What should Dal’s campus look like in the future?
And You Are?
My name is Laura Masching and I am a Facilities Management employee here at Dal. I will be updating this blog on a regular basis and responding to any comments or questions. You can reach me at email@example.com.