Faculty Administrator Development Program (FADP): UNC and its External Publics
April 27, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
The Faculty Administrator Development Program (FADP) is an extensive introduction and overview to UNC Administrative Groups and Services for current or newly appointed leaders. Participants will strengthen their network of support and contacts across UNC, become oriented to campus administrative systems, and develop as leaders.
Friday Sessions 12:00-2:00 PM (buffet lunch is served)
304 Wilson Library (bottom floor next to Music Library)
Program Learning Objectives:
As a leadership and new faculty administrator cohort group, we will build a learning community. Our learning community will engage each other in listening, learning and supporting to understand the administrative services at UNC. We will begin to address our new common administrative leadership challenges. The sessions are interactive to include questions, scenarios and dialogue with the presenters and colleagues. This hands-on approach fosters thinking and enlists our administrative leaders in solving new and common scenarios regarding administration. Our program’s 12 sessions include lunch and the opportunity to network with university-wide colleagues.
|UNC and its External Publics||April 27||Joel Curran, Vice Chancellor, UNC Communications; Don Hobart, AVC for UNC Research; Doug Dibbert, Director-General Alumni Association; and Mark Meares, Associate Vice Chancellor, Corporate and Foundations Relations|