Summary: President's Message October 2010
I believe that one of the greatest strengths we have as a University is the positive relationship we
share - both as individuals and as an institution - with the community around us.
It's no coincidence, then, that our strategic plan, approved last year by the Board of Governors, is
titled mâmawohkamâtowin: Our Work, Our People and Our Communities.
mâmawohkamâtowin is a Cree word that means co-operation and working together towards
That's exactly how the strategic plan came together--by working cooperatively with our internal
and external stakeholders.
In the coming weeks, we will be visiting many of those external stakeholders through a
community outreach initiative called "Community Connections."
With "Community Connections," we are taking our show on the road - visiting communities
across Saskatchewan to share the great things that are happening at the University of Regina - a
truly provincial university.
As I meet with alumni, prospective students, parents, and community and business leaders across
the province, one way in which I will be communicating our success stories is through the
It is a brief overview of the University of Regina's strategic plan, but just as importantly, it
chronicles some of our success stories, telling where we are as a University - and where we are