SEC Academic Leadership Development Program Fellows

2017-18 

  • Stephanie Reid-Arndt, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Health Professions
  • Joan Hermsen, Chair and Associate Professor, Women's and Gender Studies, College of Arts and Science
  • Hani Salim, Associate Dean for Academic Programs, College of Engineering
  • Rhonda Reger, Chair and M. Watkins Distinguished Professor, Management, Trulaske College of Business

2016-17 

  • Judith Goodman, Chair, Communication Science & Disorders, School of Health Professions
  • Sheila Grant, Associate Dean of Research, College of Engineering
  • John Lannin, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Education
  • Earnest L. Perry, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, School of Journalism

 2015-16

  • Anna Ball, Chair, Agricultural Education & Leadership/Professor
  • Debbie Dougherty, Associate Dean of Research, Arts & Science/Professor of Communication
  • Chuck Henson, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Trial Practice Professor of Law, Senior Fellow, CSDR
  • Joi Moore, Associate Division Director, Education/Associate Professor, Information Science & Learning Technologies

2014-15

  • Heidi M. Appel, Sr. Associate Director, Life Sciences and Sr. Research Scientist, Plant Sciences
  • Bryan Garton, Associate Dean of Academic Programs and Professor of Agriculture
  • Christopher Hardin, Professor and Chair of Nutritional Sciences
  • Matthew Martens, Division Executive Director, Education, School and Counseling Psychology

2013-14

  • Stephen Ferris, Senior Associate Dean, Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business
  • Jana M. Hawley, Department Chair, Textile & Apparel Management
  • Sandy Rikoon, Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Studies, College of Human Environmental Sciences & Curators Distinguished Professor of Rural Sociology in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
  • Gregory E. Triplett, Jr., Director of Undergraduate Studies, Electrical & Computer Engineering

2012-13

  • Jeni Hart, Associate Division Director, Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis
  • Wilma King, Director, Black Studies Program
  • Robert D. Tzou, Associate Dean, College of Engineering

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