2006 PKAL Leadership Seminar

Break-Out Session D

Kansas City, Missouri, November 17 - 19, 2006

Break-out Session D addresses some of the nuts and bolts issues that individuals, teams of individuals, departments and the broader campus community must take in the journey moving toward institutional transformation. Seminar leaders will facilitate these break-out sessions.

Break-out Session D1: Developing Competitive Proposals to Federal Funding Agencies
Facilitators:
David Christopher Arney- Program Manager for Mathematics, Army Research Office, United States Army
Louise Hainline- Dean for Research & Graduate Studies, CUNY-Brooklyn College

Break-out Session D2: Setting Personal Scholarly Goals- A Three-year Agenda
Facilitators:
Elizabeth S. Boylan- Provost & Dean of Faculty, Barnard College
Katayoun Chamany- Associate Professor, Science Technology & Society Program, Eugene Lang College, The New School for Liberal Arts
Alison I. Morrison-Shetlar- Director of Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning, Professor of Biology, University of Central Florida

Break-out Session D3: Building On-Campus Communication Networks
Facilitators:
Donald G. Deeds- Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, Drury University
Diane L. Schmidt- Director of the Whitaker Center for Science, Mathematics & Technology Education, Assistant Professor of Mathematics & Science Education, Florida Gulf Coast University
Beth L. Weatherby- Dean of Arts, Letters & Sciences, Southwest Minnesota State University

Break-out Session D4: Investing in Faculty
Facilitators:
Carl S. Luciano- Professor & Chair of Biology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Klod Kokini- Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University Main Campus

Break-out Session D5: Outlining the Steps of a Major Facilities Project
Facilitators:
James E. Swartz- Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College, Professor of Chemistry, Grinnell College
Nancy Jannik- Associate Vice President of Assessment, Research, Grants & Graduate Studies, Winona State University
David Van Wylen- Associate Dean of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, Professor of Biology, St. Olaf College