Help shape the future of JMU during the Presidential Listening Tour 2012
Why is Madison a special place? Why does Madison matter to you? Why does Madison matter to the the world? JMU President Jon Alger is embarking on a listening tour to hear your answers to these questions. Your input as a President's Council member is vitally important as themes from the listening tour will inform the university's next strategic planning process.
President's Council members will receive invitations to Why Madison? events in their geographic region. President Alger hopes to meet with each of you, but for those unable to attend an event, your input is desired.
Why Madison? Listening Tour Stops
PC members will receive invitations for events in their local area. If your mail or e-mail address has changed recently, please update your contact information to ensure proper delivery.
- 16 - Harrisonburg
- 28 - Richmond
- 29 - Virginia Beach
- 13 - Reston
- 15 - Alexandria
- 19 - Portola Valley, CA
- 20 - San Francisco
- 29 - Washington, DC
- 9 - Philadelphia
- 10 - Philadelphia
From President Alger
There is much for me to learn about James Madison University. And as you are a valued member of the President's Council, I am looking to you for help.
Of course, already I know a great deal about this wonderful university. The value of the President's Council is immediately clear. President's Council gifts make a difference. JMU relies on your contributions to sustain excellence and fuel new bold initiatives for the future. As we find ourselves in an environment of declining resources, the value of philanthropy to the life of the institution will be more critical than ever.
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