FRN Leadership Initiative
The FRN Leadership Initiative will prepare emerging leaders to transform their own campuses by getting them to recognize opportunities to lead up, down, and sideways. This program will also build a leadership community across the FRN for continuing leaders who want to facilitate change and maximize collaboration within and between institutions. Ultimately, the goal of this program is to contribute to the transformation of the higher education ecosystem.
The grant for this initiative requires that participants teach or lead in the core humanities and arts disciplines or from departments strongly inflected by the humanities, such as communication, geography, or anthropology, whose work is primarily based on cultural/historical analysis.
The Dare To Lead Book Club Series Pilot – Spring 2021
Applications have closed, and members of the pilot cohort have all been notified. The four, book club pilot dates on Fridays at 2–3 pm EST (NYC time) are:
- February 5, 2021
- February 26, 2021
- March 19, 2021
- April 9, 2021
FRN Leadership Initiative Series – POSTPONED to Fall 2021
We will move forward with the official launch of the program in fall 2021 instead of a compressed spring 2021 pilot. This spring, we will relaunch the application process with a longer timeframe for promotion and applications. Check back here for new application dates in late February / early March.
During the 2021-2022 academic year, there will be four sessions of the FRN Leadership Initiative:
- September 2021 – Self Leadership (Values of Leadership / What are your Core Values?), Dr. Daniel Rodriguez Howell, the University of Puerto Rico in Humacao
- October 2021 – Interpersonal Leadership (Difficult Conversations / Conflict Management), Assistant Vice President for Inclusive Global Student Leadership & Engagement Leah Lattimore, NYU
- February 2022 – Team Leadership (Building High-Performing Teams that Learn and Adapt), Associate Provost Rosalie Richards, Stetson University; and
- March 2022 – Systems Leadership (Leading Change), President Mary Schmidt Campbell, Spelman College.