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Reckoning with the barriers to compassionate leadership in higher education


Helen Rimmer discusses why it can be easier said than done The post Reckoning with the barriers to compassionate leadership in higher education appeared first on Wonkhe. Leading with compassion strengthens higher education institutions.

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A Blueprint for Graduate Student Leadership

Inside Higher Ed

A Blueprint for Graduate Student Leadership Sarah Bray Tue, 09/12/2023 - 03:00 AM It’s challenging to balance it with academic commitments, write William A. Repetto and Ioannis Vasileios Chremos, but there are ways to do so successfully. Byline(s) William A. Repetto Ioannis Vasileios Chremos

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Diverse Ushers in New Leadership

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Diverse: Issues In Higher Education , the national publication that focuses exclusively on diversity, equity, and inclusion in academia, has announced a major change in leadership, a few months before the trade publication is set to celebrate its 40 th anniversary. William Cox Jr. Diverse Vice President William Cox, Jr.,

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Educational Leadership with Dr. Julianna Asperin Barnes

Continuous Learning Institute

LISTEN TO THE EPISODE: Learn about leadership to support the student success & equity work. We were really focused on professional development and learning and elevating practitioner and leadership mindsets where it needed to be to do the work. Under her leadership, the college emerged as a leading college in equity and innovation.

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Transformational leadership – it’s a female thing


This guest blog in the current series on leadership with NCEE has been kindly penned for HEPI by Ceri Nursaw, the Chief Executive of the NCEE. On International Women’s Day it feels appropriate to talk about female leadership in universities. Women still hold the minority of senior leadership roles in our universities.

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Leadership Potential

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Ajene Wilcoxson, Pipeline2Possibilities Program for the California Community College system “I can easily see Dom Turner being a college president one day,” said Dr. Frimpomaa Ampaw, chair of the Department of Advanced Studies, Leadership and Policy in the School of Education and Urban Studies at Morgan State University. “I

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Disruption, Evolution, and Leadership

UIA (University Innovation Alliance)

Disruption, Evolution, and Leadership. Higher Ed Leadership. When President LeBlanc began his first higher ed leadership position in 1996, the year of the dotcom boom, he saw a role for digital technology at Vermont's small, struggling Marlboro College. Learning Leadership the Hard Way. Thu, 10/06/2022 - 06:00.