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2013 UNCG Leadership Institute concludes

Photo of Joshua Artrip, Brad Johnson, Leah Tompkins, Trey McDonald and Sarah KriveThe presentations are over. And the 2013 Leadership Institute class has graduated.

The UNCG Leadership Institute is designed to provide staff, faculty, and administrators with a significant, year-long opportunity to increase their leadership skills and accelerate their own leadership performance and readiness at the unit, department, or division level. The program is focused on emerging leaders. At the end of the year, participants present their completed projects.

The institute members were in six teams, with each researching and developing a topic throughout the year. The teams made their presentations to the chancellor and executive staff, as well as to their insitute colleagues and mentors, last week. The topics included Business Intelligence, MOOC experience, Strategic Plan Models, Strategic Space Management and UNCG: A Model for Diversity and Engaging Parents.

The Leadership Institute class of 2013 was:
Joshua Artrip, Undergraduate Admissions
Mitzi W. Burchinal, The Graduate School
Dr. Roberto E. Campo, International & Global Studies, IGS/ILL
Chad Collins, Career Services Center
Megan Delph, Housing & Residence Life
Maha A. Elobeid, CNNC/ORED
Gwen Evans, Human Resources
John Gale, Information Technology Systems
Dr. Lawrence Jenkens, Art
Dr. Robert (Brad) Johnson, Housing & Residence Life
Dr. Sarah A. Krive, Lloyd International Honors College
Trace Little, Purchasing and Warehouse Services
Ciara Marable, Office of Student Services, School of Education
Richard K. (Trey) McDonald, Sustainability
Sean Mulligan, University Libraries
Chris Roys, Information Technology Systems
Amanda Schipman, Faculty Teaching & Learning Commons
Dr. Paige Hall Smith, Center of Women’s Health and Wellness, Public Health Education
Dr. Steven Stusek, Music
Mary Swantek, Alumni Relations
Dr. Anthony Taylor, School of Music, Theatre and Dance
Barbara Campbell Thomas, Art
Leah Tompkins, Office of Academic Outreach, HHS
Lori Warner, Teaching Resources Center, School of Education

Visual: One team creatively alluded to “Star Trek” in its presentation on strategic space management at UNCG. Afterward they posed together with the chancellor. Team members are Joshua Artrip, Brad Johnson, Leah Tompkins, Trey McDonald and Sarah Krive. Photograph courtesy Adam Horton.