The SEC Academic Leadership Development Program seeks to identify, prepare and advance academic leaders for roles within SEC institutions and beyond. It has three components, a university-level development program designed by each institution for its own participants (i.e., fellows); two SEC-wide three-day workshops held on specified campuses for all program participants; and a competitive fellowship designed to provide administrative growth opportunities for former fellows.

ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP PROGRAM NEWS

SEC Academic Leadership Development Program 2021-22 Fellows Announced

More than 50 members of SEC Academic Leadership Development Program’s 13th cohort announced, along with altered year-long program due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Fellows serve as department chairs and heads; assistant and associate deans; and program and center directors.
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University of Florida to Offer Mentoring Certificate for SEC Administrators

The University of Florida and SEC to support certificate in multicultural mentoring for current and former fellows and liaisons of the SEC Academic Leadership Development Program.
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New Administrators Named SEC Academic Leadership Development Program Liaisons

Dr. Jason Hicks will serve at LSU, Ginny Chavis at the University of Mississippi, and Jermaine Soto is the new SEC ALDP liaison at Vanderbilt University.
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