Faculty Leadership Training & Development


Morehouse College is committed to the development of faculty for leadership positions at the College and in the academy. Faculty are encouraged to develop leadership skills to enhance their capacities to lead in the classroom, department, division, and at the institution. Further, as Morehouse develops student servant-leaders, faculty are expected to model and develop servant-leadership through civic engagement and service-learning.

Opportunities for faculty Leadership Training and Development are included here:

Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL) Program

Please note this opportunity to participate in the Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL) Programâ„¢If you are interested in participating or would like to recommend another faculty member, please contact Jann Adams (jann.adams@morehouse.edu) no later than 12/15/2016 with your nomination. Morehouse will be allowed to nominate nominate only two faculty members for this opportunity. Nominations and applications must be completed prior to the February 21, 2017 deadline.

 

The Periclean Faculty Leadership (PFL) Program is a faculty leadership and course development program is dedicated to incorporating civil dialogue, civic engagement, and social responsibility across the undergraduate curriculum.

 

The Periclean Faculty Leaders will champion civic engagement in the classroom, on the campus, and in the community. This program will encourage faculty members in a wide variety of disciplines to create and teach courses that address issues of social concern, enrich curriculum, and enhance student social interest and involvement. Periclean Faculty Leaders will also organize campus-wide activities and/or prepare an academic paper or research project. The 12 faculty who will be selected in 2017 will be the second cohort of this program. 

 

Faculty will work with the Provost’s Office to ensure nomination and for the submission of applications. All application materials will be sent as a package from Morehouse College so that they are received by Tuesday, February 21, 2017. Award announcements will be made in April 2017. Attached please find the Periclean Faculty Leadership Program RFP and the application forms.

 

By identifying innovative faculty, supporting their academic and co-curricular work, and encouraging them as campus and national leaders in the field of civic engagement, the PFL Program will foster campus environments where students, faculty, administrators, alumni, and community members are actively engaged. We look forward to working with you on this exciting and important program.

 

ACE2017, the American Council on Education's 99th Annual Meeting

ACE2017, the American Council on Education's 99th Annual Meeting, is the country's most distinguished higher education event, convening nearly 2,000 leaders, from deans to presidents, representing all institutional types. Join us March 11-14 in Washington, DC to network with top leaders across all higher education sectors, generate fresh perspectives for practical solutions, and bring data-driven insights back to your campus.

Receive cutting-edge information about critical topics in higher education through plenary sessions focused on the themes of higher education leadership, equity and social justice, leadership in a changing world, and innovation. Additional sessions will unpack the political, policy, and practical issues impacting the decisions you make every day. This spring will be a particularly exciting time to join us in Washington for an informed look at the future of higher education, shortly after a new president is sworn into office and a new Congress convenes.

Faculty Leaders Program Invitation

 

FACULTY LEADERS PROGRAM

Invitation

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Class discussion among 2016 Faculty Leaders

Class discussion among 2016 Faculty Leaders, photo by Diane Baldwin/RAND Corporation

Faculty Leaders Program

A Five-Day Workshop on the Tools of Public Policy and How to Engage the Next Generation of Leaders

LEARN MORE & APPLY

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Where

Pardee RAND Graduate School

1776 Main Street
Santa Monica, CA

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When

July 24 - 28, 2017

Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
optional evening activities

Program Benefits

The Pardee RAND Graduate School's Faculty Leaders Program seeks to build diversity in public policy through strong engagement of faculty leaders across the United States. The program is open to current faculty at U.S. colleges and universities in any discipline who are passionate about leveraging their teaching and research to better their communities and to help usher in the next generation of policy leaders. Fellowships that cover tuition and travel costs will be awarded to up to twelve participants. During the week-long program, you will learn how to:

  • Use your position as a faculty member to bring positive change to your community.
  • Help influence public policy through your research.
  • Enhance your curriculum by linking concepts of public policy analysis to your own discipline.
  • Mentor students who have the passion and potential to become leaders in public policy.
  • Develop a new network of peers, including RAND researchers, in the faculty and policy community.

Pardee RAND is committed to increasing the prevalence of scholars/professionals from underrepresented minorities in all levels of the policymaking process. Faculty serving highly diverse student bodies are encouraged to apply today

Learn More 

Applications are being accepted through Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Visit our program website or contact us at facultyleaders@prgs.edu

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Pardee RAND Graduate School