Existing UC Faculty Leadership Programs
- UC Davis Faculty Leadership Academy enhances leadership at the tenured faculty and department chair levels by building on existing skills that support UC Davis in moving in new and even more productive directions.
- UC Women’s Initiative for Professional Development (UCWI) The program is for mid-career women, both staff and faculty, who demonstrate the potential to advance their careers at UC.
- The UCSF Faculty Leadership Collaborative focuses on preparing faculty for administrative leadership roles through individual and group experiential learning, and the development of a network of colleagues and collaborators.
- The UCI Provost’s Leadership Academy is for faculty contemplating future administrative leadership positions in the University, and is led by the former Dean of the School of Business.
- UC-CORO Systemwide Leadership Collaborative
- UC Santa Cruz Leadership Academy The purpose of this program is to build a diverse pool of academic and staff employees with the knowledge and skills to be successful in leadership roles at UCSC.
- Associate Professor Leadership Development Program at UC San Diego Provides Associate Professors with the skills, knowledge and resources necessary to effectively and confidently fulfill their many roles and responsibilities beyond performing research - as leaders, teachers, mentors, advisors, colleagues, supervisors, and more.
- UC Los Angeles W30 Program: Developing Women Leaders in University Administration A program for faculty and staff at the Assistant Dean, Associate Dean, or higher levels. It is specifically designed to develop female leaders with interest and experience in University administration.
- UC Irvine Provost’s Leadership Academy This program is geared towards faculty at UCI who show promise as future leaders in positions including department chair, research center director, associate deans, deans, and vice provosts. Academia is in the midst of significant change with respect to funding, accountability and perceived relevance.
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