Emerging Leaders Program

2017-2018 Emerging Leaders Program Participants Selected

‚ÄčIn 2016, the Office of the Provost, partnered with the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship and the Office of Graduate Education and Faculty Development, launched the first cohort of the Emerging Leaders Program, a program designed for associate and full professors who have attained tenure or are on the tenure track. The second cohort of participants has been selected and will start in Fall 2017. The nine-month program will begin in September and include monthly workshops, as well as a weekend workshop in late October. Other program activities will include small group work, self assessments, and 360-degree assessments. 

Meet the 2017-2018 Participants

College of Computing
  • Tucker Balch, professor and associate chair, Interactive Computing
  • Irfan Essa, professor and associate dean for Off-Campus and Special Initiatives, Interactive Computing 
College of Design
  • Benjamin Flowers, professor, Architecture
College of Engineering
  • Raheem Beyah, associate chair, associate chair for Strategic Initiatives and Innovation, and Motorola Foundation Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Kyriaki Kalaitzidou, associate professor, Mechanical Engineering 
  • Pinar Keskinocak, William W. George chair and ADVANCE professor, Industrial & Systems Engineering
  • Hang Lu, Love Family Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Meisha Shofner, associate professor and associate director, Materials Science and Engineering
  • John Taylor, Frederick Law Olmsted Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering 
  • Mitchell Walker, professor, Aerospace Engineering
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts 
  • Juan Carlos Rodriguez, Modern Languages
College of Sciences
  • Audrey Duarte, associate professor, Psychology
  • Wendy Kelly, associate professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Carol Paty, associate professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Lewis Wheaton, associate professor, Applied Physiology
Scheller College of Business
  • Jonathan Clarke, associate dean of Undergraduate Programs, associate professor