ALDP Fellows are appointed to a two-year term. During the first year, the Fellows
will participate in the SEC ALDP workshops. There are two workshops a year and each
are hosted by a different SEC institution. The Fall workshop, Leading for Excellence, spotlights topics such as communication skills, conflict resolution, emergency preparedness
and planning. The Spring workshop, Implementing Excellence, focuses on topics such as accreditation, assessment, conducting job searches and
formal preparedness for leadership positions.
During their second year, the Fellow will serve as a mentor to the next year's ALDP Fellows.
Selection processes are established by each SEC institution. Generally speaking, ALDP fellows are tenured faculty with demonstrated leadership abilities, have had administrative assignments and have held positions requiring leadership skills.
Expectations of Fellows
Fellows are expected to be fully engaged in the ALDP program. The Fellow should participate in and attend all workshops in its entirety, participate in local programing as defined by the host institution, serve on selection committee for the next year's Fellows and serve as mentors for future ALDP Fellows.