The FRN Leadership Initiative prepares emerging leaders to transform their own campuses by getting them to recognize opportunities to lead up, down, and sideways. This program also builds community across the FRN for continuing leaders who want to facilitate change and maximize collaboration within and between institutions. Ultimately, the goal of this program is to contribute to the transformation of the higher education ecosystem.
The grant for this initiative requires that participants teach or lead in the core humanities and arts disciplines or from departments strongly inflected by the humanities, such as communication, geography, or anthropology, whose work is primarily based on cultural/historical analysis.
We are currently accepting applications for our FRN Leadership Initiative 2022–2023 cohort. We will accept up to 18 participants for the program.