The Institute is designed for leaders who are interested in understanding the impact of inter-institutional collaborations and cooperation on higher education. While directors and chief executive officers will find topics and case study approaches of interest, the workshop is also of great value to senior-level administrators who are preparing for greater leadership roles in their current institutions or who are seeking broader perspectives on collaborative endeavors.Participants will:
Participants will leave the three-day Institute with a clear understanding of the role, rationale and culture of organizations as vehicles for collaboration, as well as with specific skills in planning; budgeting; leading inter-institutional groups; developing and sustaining positive inter-institutional relations; monitoring and documenting the value of a collaborative organization’s program; communications within and about their organization; developing program, financing and governance structures; and cultivating funding resources. Specific topics include:
Participation in the Institute is by application only and the number of Institute scholars is limited in order to ensure a rich and positive experience. For more information on the eighth ACL Summer Institute on Collaboration in Higher Education, see the additional tabs on this website. If you have further questions, please contact ACL at email@example.com.