Faculty Participate in ICI Leadership Academy
Two University of Indianapolis faculty members will participate in the second cohort of the Independent Colleges of Indiana Leadership Academy. The year-long program specializes in the talent development needs of faculty and staff members of private college campuses.
Tia Bell, assistant dean of the School of Nursing, and Erin Fekete, associate dean of the College of Applied Behavioral Sciences were recently announced as part of the cohort.
Over the course of the program, these aspiring leaders will gain an understanding of their institution holistically, and within the context of the state and federal higher education landscape. Academy graduates are trained to view their college through multiple lenses (academic, financial, community involvement, and others) and to develop the leadership competencies needed for their institution’s and their own professional success.
See the complete list of participants for the second cohort.