Announcing the 2022-2023 Academic Leadership Program Fellows
August 5, 2022 | Kristen Chavez
Eight faculty members have been selected for the 2022-2023 cohort in the Institute for the Arts and Humanities’ Tyson Academic Leadership Program. The program is designed to aid current and emerging leaders through a series of activities to develop leadership capacities, clarify career commitments, and build their leadership network.
The ALP is one of the flagship programs of the Institute. During their fellowship year, the fellows attend a weeklong leadership training with the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, interacting with senior executives from across the public and private sectors, nationally and internationally. ALP fellows attend Phase 1 training through the Racial Equity Institute. In the spring, participants will attend weekly seminars to address critical issues facing the University, build strong relationships with their cohort members, and develop a better sense of self as a leader.
The 2022-2023 cohort:
Elizabeth Havice, Bowman & Gordon Gray Term Professor and associate chair, Geography
Seth Kotch, associate professor and director of graduate studies, American Studies
Suzanne Maman, professor, Health Behavior, School of Public Health
Mary-Rose Papandrea, Samuel Ashe Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law, School of Law
Courtney Rivard, teaching associate professor and director of the Digital Literacy and Communications Lab, English and Comparative Literature
Kumi Silva, associate professor, Communication
Angela Stuesse, associate professor, Anthropology
Jonathan Weiler, teaching professor, Global Studies
The Academic Leadership Program is open to tenured and fixed-term faculty members across the University. Applications are currently being accepted for the Spring 2024 cohort through Friday, Oct. 28, 2022.
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