Staff Fellows Program - Application Deadline July 22, 2011

Office of the Provost
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 8:27 AM
KU Lawrence University Support Staff; Unclassified Professional Staff

The Staff Fellows Program will resume this fall and after a one-year hiatus. Applications for the fourth cohort of staff fellows are now being accepted. The application deadline has been extended to July 22, 2011.

Jointly sponsored by the Provost’s Office and the department of Human Resources and Equal Opportunity, the purpose of the Staff Fellows Program is to make KU a stronger institution by providing opportunities for selected staff to take part in a structured program of professional development that includes skill and leadership development and the opportunity to gain broader knowledge of the University of Kansas.

Who is eligible: Both regular Unclassified Professional Staff and University Support Staff are eligible from the Lawrence and Edwards campuses. Application to this program is open to staff members who have been at KU for at least two years and who, with the cooperation and support of their supervisor, would like to examine higher education administration.

Please share this information with Unclassified Professional Staff and University Support Staff in your department. For more information, including application instructions, please click here

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