LVAIC Higher Education Leaders Institute Concludes Learning Seminars with Presidential Panel
April 22, 2019, @ 4:34 PM
The LVAIC Higher Education Leaders Institute is a development opportunity for mid-career faculty and mid-level administrators who have interest and potential for advanced administrative leadership in higher education. This is a 10 month program that allows participants to explore multiple aspects of leadership in higher education while building their personal and organizational capacity for leadership. The areas the program explored include:
- The future of Higher Education
- Academic Affairs
- Student Affairs
- Human Resources
- Enrollment Management
- Shared Governance
- Role of President and External Relationships
In-room sessions, remote learning, self reflection and mentor conversation are all utilized to provide participants with an opportunity to network and grow their understanding of higher education leadership. Participation in the program is limited and based on an application process.
The final learning session in this program concluded with a panel that included James Greenfield, President of DeSales University; Alison Byerly, President of Lafayette College; John Simon, President of Lehigh University; and Lyn Trodahl Chynoweth, Board of Trustees Emeritus of Moravian College.
This program is in its second year of supporting the LVAIC community. Each year, the cohort include 4 members of each LVAIC campus for a total of 24 participants. Each participant has the opportunity to be matched with a mentor from a leadership position in the LVAIC community, and can choose to have someone either on their own campus or at a different LVAIC campus.
The final event in this program will occur on May 29, 2019 wherein all participants, presenters, and mentors are invited to enjoy a dinner at Blue Grillhouse to celebrate completing the full series. Participants will also be asked to present their final project with their campus peers at the closing receptionLehigh Valley Counselors Tour Showcases the Region to Over 100 Visitors » « LVAIC Retirement Seminar Series Concludes with Volunteer Opportunities