U-M Leaders to Host Community Assembly on Culture

University leaders will host a community assembly next week to provide updates and answer questions on the ongoing culture journey initiative.

President Mary Sue Coleman and incoming provost Laurie McCauley will participate in the discussion along with members of the Culture Change Values Identification Working Group.

The group was created last summer as part of the university’s work to create a set of unifying, shared values and set a lasting high standard for campus behaviors, systems and practices.

Participants will learn how values are being identified, what the group has learned so far and how different culture change partners are connecting across campus. There will be a Q&A session for the U-M community to share ideas, feedback and questions about the culture journey.


Monday, May 16 
9:00-10:00 a.m.

How to Join

Use this Zoom link to join the event


The assembly will be recorded and shared for those who can't attend. Captioning will be provided. If you require additional accommodations to participate, please contact orglearningemail@umich.edu

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