President’s Perspective—Paddling together toward Envisioning 2030 and Illuminating 2030
On Thursday, September 29, 2022 after a beautiful welcoming from a representative of the Squamish Nation, President Paul Dangerfield reflected on the true honour being a part of a canoe family bestows upon CapU and explains the meaning behind Skw'cháys—CapU's legacy canoe.
This President’s Perspective takes a look back at the last two years acknowledging the remarkable achievements by students and employees, from “carvocations” to new curriculum, to the incredible work performed by the Registrar's Office and IT services teams to name just a few. President Dangerfield recapped the meaning and values behind Envisioning 2030, provided updates on the commitments made as part of Envisioning 2030 before discussing what is further along the river for CapU and how we are all going to work together to end the "era of the portage" and get our canoe back in the water!
This perspective closed out with four lucky winners selected to have lunch with the president!
For employees who were unable to join the session live, a video recording of the presentation is posted on Frontlines.
Submitted by: President's Office