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Want to Become a Dean or University President? Fischler Leadership Institute is Conduit to These Goals

NSU’s Fischler School of Education and Human Services is proud to announce that the Seventh Annual Institute for Public Policy and Executive Leadership in Higher Education (IPPEL) is scheduled for July 18 to 31, 2010.

Thoroughly grounded in college and university management, leadership, and public policy, this Institute is designed to prepare college and university administrators, faculty members, and graduate students with the skills and expertise to become higher education presidents, vice presidents and deans.

Sessions are taught at the Fischler School by Senior Fellows, which include current and former college and university presidents, vice presidents and deans, and prominent politicians. Upon completion of the two-week intensive, participants receive the Certificate in Public Policy and Executive Leadership in Higher Education.

Participants have three study options to choose from:

  1. Attend the two-week intensive sessions and receive the Certificate;
  2. Attend one week this summer, and the second week next summer;
  3. Pick, choose and attend a one-day session of interest.

For more information or to apply, please visit www.SchoolofEd.nova.edu/ippel, or call (954) 262-8454.