Faculty Leadership Program
Overview of the Faculty Leadership Program
The Faculty Leadership Program recognizes the importance of the faculty's leadership efforts at Austin Peay. The Faculty Leadership Program fosters the development of a more interconnected, knowledgeable, and adaptable campus community capable of responding quickly and collaboratively to challenges and opportunities.
The Faculty Leadership Program offers an opportunity for selected faculty to acquire a more comprehensive awareness of university operations, current or upcoming initiatives, trends, and relevant literature, as well as work on a team project and present its findings to the president and provost. The program fosters an exploratory team environment that requires participants to relegate all other campus responsibilities to non-program hours.
Accepted applicants meet half-days each week for both semesters (Fall and Spring) as part of a campus-led immersion program that assists participants in developing a collaborative project to positively impact the institution and student success, in addition to participating in mentoring conducted by university leaders.
2019-2020 Faculty Leadership Program
Facilitator: Dr. Nell Rayburn, Professor of Mathematics
- The two-semester Faculty Leadership Program will be held Fall 2019-Spring 2020.
- The program will be held on half days each week for both fall and spring semesters. The program will be held on either Tuesday mornings or Thursday mornings. Once the cohort members are selected, the program facilitator will select the specific day. For example, the program facilitator could select Tuesday mornings, and all sessions will then occur on Tuesday mornings.
- The 2019-2020 cohort will be selected by members of the Provost’s Council.
Application Process for Academic Year 2021-2022 Cohort
The application deadline is Friday, Feb. 19, 2021. Applications should be submitted to Nancy KingSanders, Academic Affairs, PO Box 4505 or via email at email@example.com.
Please complete the application.
Eligibility - the program accepts applications from tenured and tenure-track faculty members.
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Nell Rayburn.