The Academic Leadership Development Program (ALDP)
established by the Southeastern Conference Academic
Consortium (SECAC) in 2007, is designed to help
develop the leadership skills of tenured faculty on
SEC campuses who have demonstrated exceptional
ability and leadership promise. The ALDP mission is
to identify, develop, prepare, and advance faculty
as academic leaders in and for the SEC universities.
Congratulations to the
USC 2013-2014 SECAC ALDP Fellows!
Drs. Joseph Rackers, Cynthia Davis, Valinda Littlefield
and William Anderson
- William Anderson, Department of Family & Preventive Medicine
- Cynthia Davis, Department of English Language & Literature
- Valinda Littlefield, African American Studies
- Joseph Rackers, School of Music
The ALDP Fellows are appointed to a two-year term. During the first year, the Fellows will participate in both the off-campus and on-campus leadership development programs, including the two ALDP Workshops at the University of Georgia (October 14-16, 2013) and one hosted by our fellows at the University of South Carolina (February 5-7, 2014). The Fellows will also participate in a year-long leadership development program at USC. In the second year, the ALDP Fellows will serve as mentors to the 2014-2015 ALDP Fellows.