Campus Launches IUPUI Leadership Initiative
In keeping with the IUPUI Strategic Plan and goals to retain and develop a diverse pool of talent to lead the institution into the future, a new leadership development initiative has been announced by Nasser Paydar, executive vice chancellor and chief academic officer at IUPUI. The program called "IUPUI Next Generation 2.0" will prepare women and underrepresented minority faculty and staff for positions of leadership and opportunities for advancement at IUPUI and in higher education. It directly addresses Strategic plan goals to "develop our faculty and staff" and to "promote an inclusive campus climate."
The project is co-chaired by Karen E. Bravo, professor of law and associate dean for graduate studies and international affairs, and Gina Sanchez Gibau, associate professor of anthropology and associate dean for student affairs in liberal arts. Kathleen Grove, director of the IUPUI Office for Women, is the project's manager.
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