The Nov. 11 “Think Different, Act Different to go Beyond Boundaries” event generated numerous ideas and thoughts, which will inform the Beyond Boundaries Steering Committee and university leadership as they explore how to best position Marquette for success during these challenging times facing higher education.
Ideation Review Council
The Office of Research and Innovation is seeking about 25 creative members of the campus community —students, faculty and staff — who will serve on an Ideation Review Council (IRC). IRC members should be curious and willing to think about areas outside of their own.
IRC members will assist with reviewing the nearly 1,400 ideas and comments that have been generated thus far at the Nov. 11 event, at other smaller group meetings and through the online portal. The IRC will work directly with Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp, vice president for research and innovation, to categorize the information and provide perspective on which ideas are most promising.
During the spring 2020 semester, IRC members will be asked to participate in monthly workshop-style meetings and complete some additional reading outside of meeting times, with a goal of completing an initial review by the end of the semester that will be shared with the Beyond Boundaries Steering Committee.
Online ideas portal
The campus community is also encouraged to submit ideas for the ongoing development of Beyond Boundaries via the online portal.