28 selected for new faculty leadership program

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28 selected for new faculty leadership program

FLAIR cohort 1
Greg Nathan | University Communication
The Executive Vice Chancellor’s office has selected 28 faculty to participate in the new Faculty Leadership in Academia: From Inspiration to Reality program.

The Executive Vice Chancellor’s office has selected 28 faculty to participate in the new Faculty Leadership in Academia: From Inspiration to Reality program.

The FLAIR program provides professional development for University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty who are considering a leadership role or are in their first leadership position and considering continuing on a leadership path. Participants will focus on learning about and preparing for potential leadership opportunities in campus administration, faculty governance, professional societies, research and academics.

Members of the inaugural cohort are:

  • Audrey Atkin, associate professor, biological sciences
  • Christopher Bilder, professor, statistics
  • Christina Falci, associate professor, sociology
  • Rodrigo Franco Cruz, associate professor, veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences
  • Trenton Franz, associate professor, natural resources
  • Geoffrey Friesen, associate professor, finance
  • Sarah Gervais, associate professor, psychology
  • Kevin Hanrahan, associate professor, music
  • Michelle Hassler, associate professor of practice, journalism and mass communication
  • Terry Howell, research professor, food science and technology
  • David Hyten, associate professor, agronomy and horticulture
  • Andrew Jewell, professor of digital projects, digital initiatives
  • Jessica Jonson, research associate professor, Buros Center for Testing
  • David Karle, associate professor, architecture
  • Suzanne Kemp, associate professor of practice, special education and communication disorders
  • Oleh Khalimonchuk, associate professor, biochemistry
  • Alan Mattingly, professor, music
  • Jennifer Nelson, research associate professor, Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior
  • John Osiri, associate professor of practice, international business
  • Petronela Radu, professor, math
  • Catherine Riehle, associate professor, libraries
  • Clinton Rowe, professor, Earth and atmospheric sciences
  • Shannon Rowen, associate professor, nutrition and health sciences
  • Eva Schubert, associate professor, electrical and computer engineering
  • Marilyne Stains, associate professor, chemistry
  • Brian Waters, associate professor, agronomy and horticulture
  • Stephanie Wessels, associate professor, teaching, learning and teacher education
  • Catherine Wilson, associate professor, law