There’s No App for That
Seems the iPhone has a software solution for everything.
Need to remember where you parked your car? There’s an app for that.
Need to recognize what poison ivy looks like? There’s an app for that.
Need to know if the bird you’re looking at is a red-faced warbler?
There’s an app for that, too.
Need to know exactly what to expect in the stakeholder intake meetings?
Sorry, there’s no app for that. You’ll want to arrive with an open mind, and be prepared for anything!
mStoner consultants will be on campus April 14,15, and 16 in order to begin the strategy phase of our redesign process. Meeting with over 130 individuals representing students, faculty, and administration, they’ll discover what makes Bethel distinctive, better understand the complexities of our institution, and begin to assemble a strategy for moving us forward.
If you can make time, please come to the Q&A session for all Bethel community members on April 16 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. (BC468). You’ll meet Patrick DiMichele, a senior strategist from mStoner, and learn a ton more about the project.
This week will be one of the most exciting weeks of the redesign process. Let’s get ready to welcome mStoner to Bethel and help them understand who we are, why we’re here, and where we’re going.