Three students accepted the committee’s invitation to contribute their thoughts and perspectives: Matthew Antoniak, elementary education; Alex Dye, engineering; and Brenna Edgemon, political science. The responded to committee questions that addressed registration, facilities, student interaction, academic support, field experiences, and communication. Areas of concern included technology issues and interaction with student leadership. All students said experience outside the classroom was invaluable and a key to success.
Co-chair Payne presented Jobs & Workforce slides and shared handouts about Academic Supply and Demand in Tennessee and Tennessee’s Hot Careers in 2024.
Sub-Committees shared suggested goals submitted in individual meetings, and the committee agreed that a “Values” list should and would emerge from continuing conversations that would help guide and frame the plan.