FLAIR leadership program begins its second year

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FLAIR leadership program begins its second year

2020 FLAIR cohort
2020 FLAIR cohort

The Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor has selected 25 faculty to participate in the second year of the Faculty Leadership in Academia: From Inspiration to Reality program.

FLAIR provides professional development for university faculty who are considering a leadership role or are in their first leadership position and considering continuing on a leadership path.

Members of the second cohort are:

  • Keenan Amundsen, associate professor, Agronomy and Horticulture
  • Toni Anaya, associate professor, Libraries
  • Julian Atanassov, associate professor, Finance
  • Nicole Buan, associate professor, Biochemistry
  • Cara Burberry, associate professor, Earth and Atmospheric Science
  • Rochelle Dalla, professor, Child, Youth and Family Studies
  • Jenny Dauer, associate professor, Natural Resources
  • Kiyomi Deards, associate professor, University Libraries
  • Richard Endacott, professor, associate director, Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film
  • Tomas Helikar, associate professor, Biochemistry
  • Sarah Karle, associate professor, Landscape Architecture
  • Brian Kelly, associate professor, Architecture
  • Srivatsan Kidambi, associate professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Kelly Kingsbury Brunetto, associate professor of practice, Modern Languages and Literatures
  • Alok Kumar, associate professor, Marketing
  • Beth Lewis, associate professor, Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education
  • Tawnya Means, assistant dean, Business
  • Colleen Medill, professor, Law
  • Jake Messersmith, associate professor, Management
  • Scott Napolitano, associate professor of practice, Educational Psychology
  • Tim Nelson, professor, Psychology
  • Adam Wagler, associate professor, Advertising
  • Harkamal Walia, associate professor, Agronomy and Horticulture
  • Lorey Wheeler, research associate professor, Center for Children, Youth, Families, and Schools
  • Mark Wilkins, professor, Biological Systems Engineering