In biennial reports and progress updates to the Board, the chancellor provides information on measures specific to the competitiveness initiative, tied together in the context of the goals of these investments, that is critical to evaluating the success of the initiative.
Reports include quantitative data elements and analysis of impact measures related to competitiveness in the science, technology, engineering, math and medical/health (STEMM) fields. The written report to the Board includes by-institution summaries of the progress of the initiative, allowing for the different shape the initiative has taken on each campus within the framework of a set of quantitative measures.
The summaries include an overview of
The first such report the Board was made by Chancellor Francisco G. Cigarroa on July 8, 2009. Find out more about the 2009 Competitiveness Initiative Update.