The HERS Summer Institute
for Women in Higher Education
Administration: March 27
Once again, the Office of the Executive Vice President of the University will be sponsoring the nomination of two women (one faculty member and one staff member) to the Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration sponsored by Bryn Mawr College and Higher Education Resources (HERS) Mid-Atlantic. If accepted, Penn will fund their participation in the program.
The Institute offers women faculty and administrators intensive training in education administration pertinent to the management and governance of colleges and universities. Timely information and perspectives focus on teaching, research, and service.
The Institute will be held from Sunday, June 25 to Friday, July 21, 2006 on the campus of Bryn Mawr College. Application for admission is open to women faculty and administrators whose background, experience, and present responsibilities indicate a potential for professional advancement in higher education administration.
For more information as well as an application (available online), see the HERS website: www.brynmawr.edu/summerinstitute/.
For questions about the program, contact the Penn Professional Women’s Professional Development Committee:
Lina Hartocollis (HERS 2005) at: 898-5503 or email@example.com
Sherri Adams (HERS 2004) at: 898-6569 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Calhoun (HERS 2001) at: 898-1593 or email@example.com
Isabel Mapp (HERS 1997) at: 898-2020 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, see the Penn Professional Women’s website, www.vpul.upenn.edu/pwc/prowomen/prowomen-hers.html.
The application deadline has been extended to March 27 to be considered for Penn funding.
The Penn Professional Women’s Network, working in conjunction with the President’s office and Provost’s office, will review applications, interview the finalists and then pass applications on to the President and Provost for review. If you have applied in the past and were not selected, please apply again.
Applications for Penn funding should be hand-carried to:
Associate Dean for Administrative & Student Affairs
School of Social Policy & Practice
3701 Locust Walk
Caster Building, Room B-18
—Amy Calhoun, Secretary,
Penn Professional Women’s Network
Almanac, Vol. 52, No. 26, March 21, 2006