Call for Papers: Instructional Administrators
Posted by on November 22, 2002
First Annual Conference on Challenges & Issues Facing Instructional Administrators
National Council for Instructional Leadership (A Council of the American Association Community Colleges)
NCIA’s first annual conference on instructional leadership in Community Colleges seeks proposals dealing with successful practices and research to improve instructional leadership in Community Colleges. Proposals from any one interested in community college leadership will be welcome; however, proposals from community college practitioners will be given preference. Of special interest are papers dealing with the two themes of the conference-managing faculty (especially adjunct faculty) and administrative skills needed by successful academic administrators.
The conference will immediately precede the 2003 annual AACC conference in Dallas, Texas. The conference will start at noon on April 4, 2003 and go through 5 p. m. on April 5.
The preferred presentation style will be a 30 minute presentation with a 15 minute question and answer period. Presenters are strongly encouraged to plan for active audience participation and to provide session participants with practical suggestions that they can implement at their institutions.
January 15, 2003 Deadline for early consideration for proposals
January 31, 2003 Deadline for final consideration for proposals
February 15, 2003 Final notification of selection of presentations
For additional information contact Dr. John P. Murray by e-mail email@example.com or by phone at (806)742-1997 ext. 271.
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