Plenary session VI:
Roles and responsibilities of faculty leaders

Plenary session VI:
Roles and responsibilities of faculty leaders

Saturday, December 6, 2003
1:30 - 2:15 pm

Presenters:
Lee W. Willard, Associate Dean for Academic Planning & Special Projects, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences- Duke University
Pamela E. Scott-Johnson, Associate Professor and Chairperson, Department of Psychology- Morgan State University
Sue V. Rosser, Dean, Ivan Allen College- Georgia Institute of Technology

Successful reform in undergraduate STEM education, indeed in all disciplines, depends on individuals with academic vision, commitment, interpersonal skills and political acumen. In this session, three respected leaders will present their individual perspectives on the process of leadership development with specific recommendations for STEM faculty at all career stages.

  • Key Characteristics of Good Department Leadership
    Lee W. Willard, Associate Dean for Academic Planning & Special Projects, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences- Duke University

  • Remarks on Leadership From the Perspective of a New Department Chair
    Pamela E. Scott-Johnson, Associate Professor and Chairperson, Department of Psychology- Morgan State University

  • Faculty Leadership Over the Course of an Academic Career
    Sue V. Rosser, Dean, Ivan Allen College- Georgia Institute of Technology