Max Schuster, a faculty member in the higher education management program at the School of Education, was recently selected for the 2019-20 NASPA Emerging Faculty Leader Academy.
The academy is a one-year program designed for early-career faculty in student affairs and higher education graduate programs. Highly selective in nature, the academy only admits seven faculty each year from higher education institutions around the country.
“Being selected for this academy is really an honor and an awesome opportunity to learn and grow alongside new colleagues, collaborating on new ideas that move student affairs graduate programs forward, as well as generating synergy around new teaching and research projects,” said Schuster.
NASPA, which supports student affairs administrators in higher education, has 15,000 members from 1,200 institutions around the world.
The Emerging Leadership Academy was created to provide a high-impact mentoring opportunity for faculty members who have demonstrated early promise.
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