well-regarded Summer Program for Emerging Academic Leaders provides guidance
and training for junior faculty members, who are joining faculty after a
residency or after private practice. This highly interactive immersion program
helps propel careers through leadership skill development, time management, and
team building activities that are essential to
planning and implementing a successful academic career. The face-to-face
instruction ends on July 15 but the collaborative learning experience continues
via quarterly video conferences throughout the year.
Registration is now open, and
multiple faculty members may register from a single institution. The 2012
program will be held July 12 – 15 at Meadowmere Resort in Ogunquit, Maine.
- Understand current major topics and
trends in academic dentistry
- Assess and develop leadership
- Create a plan to build your career
- Expand your professional network of
colleagues and mentors
- Discover leadership and professional
development opportunities for involvement in ADEA.
Presenters and Program Schedule
Complete bios for the following presenters along
with the preliminary program schedule are available online.
H. Evans, Ph.D., Senior Consultant, Academy for Academic Leadership
Dr. Evans was vice president at the Association of Academic Health Centers
1998-2005. Previously, he spent 13 years at Harvard Medical School as a member
of the faculty, director of the Office for Academic Careers, and Associate Dean
for Clinical Affairs.
N. O’Neill, M.Ed., Ed.D., Associate, University of Texas Health Science Center,
Senior Consultant, Academy for Academic Leadership
Senior Consultant Dr. Paula O'Neill has served in faculty and leadership roles
in health science education for more than more than 27 years. Since she began
her career she has served as a medical educator and director/vice chair of
multiple departments within teaching hospitals and medical schools. She is a
tenured professor of Diagnostic Sciences and Associate Dean for Professional
Development and Faculty Affairs at The University of Texas School of Dentistry
E. Rodriguez, Ph.D., Vice President for Education, Academy for Academic
Dr. Rodriguez serves as Vice President for Education at AAL. In this capacity
he provides oversight as well as instruction to AAL's national programs in
teaching and learning and leadership development.