Capilouto addresses campus on ways to improve

President Eli Capilouto addressed ways UK can improve in an all-campus email Thursday.

In the email, Capilouto shared the results of a report done by a University Review Committee, which he appointed to examine where the university stands and to provide “guidance on the more promising paths for advancement.”

He said the report showed ways UK has improved over the past decade and highlighted “critically important areas” that “need immediate attention and thoughtful, sustained action.” These areas include the undergraduate experience, infrastructure and facilities in the core of campus and compensation among faculty and staff.

Capilouto posed several questions for the university, including what UK’s goal is as a 21st century land-grant institution and what the Top 20 plan mean for campus today.

He asked that campus provide him with thoughts and issues raised in the report. Take the survey here.

The report can be viewed here:  Executive Summary Report of the University Review Committee