Internal Bridges Year 9

Internal Bridges

Stevens continues to have a healthy fiscal profile, despite numerous unanticipated budgetary challenges as a result of the pandemic. The RCM program has been temporarily paused for this reason. The School of Business successfully finished its reaccreditation with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, and an external unit review was completed for the computer science department. Administrative unit reviews planned for FY21 were suspended due to the pandemic, and the Steering Committee will review the effectiveness of the current system in Spring 2022. Stevens’ Division of Information Technology (IT) underwent major reassessment and reconstruction of all its core systems and processes as well as the overall organizational structure. Stevens is now better able to develop and implement an IT governance structure, establish additional policies, support digital services and achieve more effective and efficient processes. Additionally, the Division of University Relations was established, comprising communications and marketing functions; corporate, government and community relations; and staff support to the Office of the President. The University Center Complex made significant progress during Year 9 and is on target for completion in May 2022. Many other upgrades to the physical infrastructure were made in Year 9, and numerous health and safety measures as a result of the pandemic were implemented.Internal Bridges Detailed Report →

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