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Dear Colleagues,
 
As a follow-up to the message below, and in response to the request for additional opportunities to provide an update on the implementation of the new budget process and to receive staff feedback, the following dates and times have been added:
 
  • Tuesday, May 16 from 3-4pm at the Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery, Auditorium 1103
  • Wednesday, May 31 from 4-5pm at Kent Hall, Room 120
 
Note that registration is not required for these sessions. We look forward to hearing from you and to sharing information about the process. In addition to in-person sessions, thoughts on the budget process can also be emailed to provostquestions@uchicago.edu.  
 
Sincerely,
 
Sian Beilock
Executive Vice Provost
Stella M. Rowley Professor, Department of Psychology, Committee on Education and the College

Dear Colleagues,

 
As you are likely well aware, we are now several months into the new budgeting process, which we have undertaken to ensure a sound foundation for the University’s finances while allowing us to continue to pursue an ambitious academic agenda. We appreciate all the work that has been done to develop next year’s budgets, and we see encouraging actions being taken across campus in response to the new process.
 
In the Fall, we held a series of meetings with staff to hear your thoughts, questions and concerns. We would like to again hold several meetings with you to provide an update on where we are in the implementation process and to receive staff feedback. We hope that you will be able to participate in one of the upcoming meetings, which will take place in the last week of April and the first week of May.
 
Below is information for the sessions and links to registration sites:
 
 
We look forward to hearing from you and to sharing information about the process. In addition to in-person sessions, thoughts on the new budget process can also be emailed to us at: provostquestions@uchicago.edu.
 
Sincerely,
 
Sian Beilock
Executive Vice Provost
Stella M. Rowley Professor, Department of Psychology, Committee on Education and the College