UNCG Campus Weekly

Campus Weekly is published each Wednesday when classes are in session. In the summer, it is published biweekly.

Leadership Programs – Nominations Sought

As in past years, the Leadership Programs Committee will nominate UNCG faculty and staff to participate in programs to develop their leadership skills. These programs offer invaluable opportunities for participants to put their skills to work in our community and state.

Chancellor Linda P. Brady has provided for one or two UNCG faculty or staff members to participate in both the Bridges Leadership Program and the Leadership Greensboro program. Funds will cover registration fees and program materials.

The Leadership Programs Committee encourages faculty and staff to help them select outstanding candidates to participate in this year’s leadership training. Below is a summary of each program. Anyone who is interested in learning more about specific programs may contact Sharlene O’Neil, Office of the Chancellor, 4-5266 or sroneil@uncg.edu.

Interested candidates are asked to submit the following materials:

  • current curriculum vitae
  • description of current responsibilities
  • professional and personal reasons for applying
  • list of other leadership or management education programs attended
  • two confidential letters of recommendation placed in sealed envelopes (one must be from within the candidate’s department). When nominees are selected copies of their recommendations will be sent to the leadership programs.

Materials should be submitted no later than March 22 to the Leadership Programs Committee, Office of the Chancellor, 303 Mossman Building.


Bridges Leadership Program, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Bridges Leadership Program is an academic leadership program for women. Through this program, participants will develop an insight into various leadership roles while focusing on the special skills and attributes that women bring into these roles. In addition, they will acquire an understanding of the many facets of colleges and universities; refine and improve their communication skills; and create a program of personal and professional development that will benefit themselves and their institutions. (Approximate dates: September 2010 to November 2010. Some past attendees from UNCG include Kathy Crowe, Kathleen Williams, Janice Wassel, Penelope Pynes, Sarah Carrigan, Celia Hooper, Susan Phillips, Kathleen Macfie, Julia Jackson-Newman and Paige Hall Smith.)

Leadership Greensboro, Greensboro Area Chamber of Commerce

Leadership Greensboro is designed to meet the needs of the City of Greensboro. This program informs, challenges and motivates existing and emerging leaders by providing information, hands-on experience, and civic leadership skills that prepare them for addressing community issues and needs. Topics include the history of Greensboro, understanding differences, economic development, education, government, public safety, and health/human services. (Approximate dates: August 2010 to May 2011. Some past attendees from UNCG include Toni Knight, Jamie Herring, Spoma Jovanovic, Donna Seckar, Angela Scott, Misti Williams, Kevin Bullard and Rachel Briley.)