11 to participate in Big Ten leadership programs | Nebraska today
The Executive Vice Chancellor’s Office has announced its annual selection of faculty who will participate in two Big Ten Academic Alliance leadership programs this year.
Academic Leadership Program
- Jennifer clarke, professor of food science and technology, director of the Quantitative Life Sciences Initiative
- Kevin hanrahan, Associate Professor of Voice and Voice Pedagogy, Director of Faculty Development in the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor
- Michel Herman, professor of biology, director of the School of Biological Sciences
- Colleen Medill, Robert and Joanne Berkshire Family Professor of Law, Director of Undergraduate University Programs
- Jennifer k ryan, Ron and Carol Cope Professor and President, Supply Chain Management and Analysis
- Adam wagler, Associate Professor of Advertising and Public Relations, Associate Dean for Academic Programs at the College of Journalism and Mass Communication
Fellows will participate in a program that will begin virtually and end with an in-person event scheduled at the Big Ten Conference Center in Rosemont, Illinois. They will also participate in conversations on campus throughout the school year learning leadership and a wide range of topics including community engagement, diversity and inclusion, freedom of speech, difficult conversations. , mental health, student success and the social value of higher education.
Senior Department Program
- Shannon Bartelt-Hunt, Donald R. Voelte, Jr. and Nancy A. Keegan Professor and Chair, Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Christina kirk, teacher and director, Johnny Carson School of Theater and Film
- David Karl, associate professor and director, architecture
- Michael merten, professor and chair, child, youth and family studies
- Nora Martin Peterson, associate professor of French and chair of modern languages and literatures
Fellows will participate in a virtual program to learn about leadership at the departmental level, including unique perspectives and challenges regarding faculty development, performance, communication, conflict resolution, time management, and leadership. mentoring.
“The Department’s Academic Leadership Program and Senior Management Program leverage the power of the Big Ten Academic Alliance to provide faculty members with opportunities to further develop their leadership paths in higher education,” said Judy Walker, Associate Vice-Chancellor for Faculty and Academic Affairs.
Learn more about the programs and see past participants in the Academic Leadership Program and the Departmental Senior Management Program. Contact Judy Walker at [email protected] for more information on these leadership opportunities.