The strategic planning process took place at multiple levels, involving trustees and many members of the University community. Existing board committees and the campus task forces listed below examined key questions throughout the strategic planning process..
University-wide Teaching and Research
- Committee on the Future of Sponsored Research
- Internationalization Self-Study Working Group
- Princeton Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee
- Strategic Review of Online Education
- Task Force on General Education
- Task Force on the Future of the Graduate School
Specific Areas of Teaching and Research
- Regional Studies Task Force
- School of Engineering and Applied Science Strategic Planning Task Force
- Task Force on American Studies
- Task Force on Statistics and Machine Learning
- Task Force on the Future of the Humanities
- Task Force on the Natural Sciences
- Woodrow Wilson School Self-Study and Strategic Review Committee
Stewardship of University Resources and Connections with Communities Beyond the Campus
Faculty Advisory Committee on Policy: The FACP serves as a sounding board on policy issues for President Christopher L. Eisgruber.
Administrative Strategic Planning Team: The ASPT provides administrative support for the University-wide planning process. In particular, the team has responsibility for data-gathering and analysis as well as for supporting and coordinating the work of campus task forces.