The process of developing a new Strategic Plan to guide the College of the Marshall Islands' decision-making, budgeting and day-to-day operations for the next five years has been ongoing since March 2011. While the plan that is in-process has been designed to support the college's mission, philosophy, vision, and values, it is not and will not be a static document. Once it is fully reviewed by all of the college's stakeholders, finalized, and approved and adopted by the members of the college's Board of Regents, the college's upcoming 2012-17 Strategic Plan will be a living, breathing blueprint for the future.
To view the current draft of the College of the Marshall Islands' 2012-17 Strategic Plan, please click here.
CMI students Samantha Leon and Travis Clark recently presented their Capstone Research Project findings on two distinctly different yet critical topics for the RMI: physical education and postpartum depression.
The Capstone project is an option for graduating CMI Liberal Arts seniors. Students choose their research question and, under the guidance of mentors and faculty, conduct a research project which might include surveys, questionnaires, and data collections. Leon decided to focus on postpartum depression, a serious mental illness which generally affects women during and after pregnancy while Clark focused on physical education.
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