ADEA Leadership Institute at a Glance
What is the ADEA Leadership Institute?
The ADEA Leadership Institute is a year-long program designed to develop the most promising individuals at academic dental institutions to become future leaders in dental and higher education.Who should apply to the ADEA Leadership Institute?
All who are ready to step up to leadership and want to:
When are the ADEA Leadership Institute Phases?
decision-making, priority setting and conflict resolution skills—and the
knowledge needed to use them effectively.
their administrative competencies.
the inner workings of a dental education institution—and how it fits into a
about policy issues affecting academic dentistry.
as an advocate with national policymakers.
relationships within their institutions and nationwide.
with a plan for their careers.
What is the cost of the ADEA Leadership Institute?
- Orientation: March 6, 2015, at the 2015 ADEA Annual
Session & Exhibition in Boston, MA.
- Phase I:
Personal and Interpersonal Competencies for Leadership, June 22–27, 2015, Charles F. Knight
Executive Education & Conference Center, St. Louis, MO.
- Phase II:
September 18–22, 2015, Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.
- Phase III:
Administrative Competencies for Leadership, January 12–16, 2016, Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center,
- Phase IV: Integration,
March 12–15, 2016, at the 2016 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition in Denver,
Tuition and fees are $5,950.
Tuition and fees include:
books and other materials;
consultants and moderators in all phases and all locations;
events such as receptions, selected meals, and registration for the ADEA
Signature Series and Commencement at the ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition.
The nominating institution agrees to pay the Fellow’s full salary and benefits during the fellowship year. The nominating institution is responsible for all travel and personal expenses associated with participation in the ADEA Leadership Institute, including airfare, ground transportation, lodging and some meals.
Five award programs are available through ADEA that provide assistance to a limited number of fellows each year.Why should you apply to the ADEA Leadership Institute?
Fellows come to the ADEA Leadership Institute to prepare for expanded roles in their institutions and the profession. They emerge not only with knowledge and skills, but also greater self-understanding and personal vision for their careers. Academic dental institutions and their deans and program directors also benefit from mentoring outstanding dental educators and contributing to their growth.Who is eligible for the ADEA Leadership Institute?
A person must be nominated to participate by his or her dean, program director or equivalent administrative leader at an ADEA Member Institution. A nominator may make up to two nominations annually. A nomination should clearly state a nominee’s leadership experience and potential for higher levels of administrative leadership in dental and higher education. The nominator should also indicate the specific ways in which he or she will support the fellow during the fellowship year.
A nominee must:
- Demonstrate leadership at his or her institution,
in the community or through research. Evidence of leadership may include
outstanding success in past and current positions.
- Have a clear track record of increasing administrative
- Have experience with responsibilities such as
chairing committees, advising student groups or mentoring students and faculty.
- Have experience with the development of local,
regional or national faculty development workshops or community outreach
- Have a record of scholarly contributions to dental
education through teaching or research.
- Be an ADEA Individual Member.
In addition, the nominee should provide the names of two professional colleagues who will submit letters of recommendation in support of his or her application.Questions
Contact Mr. Eric Lund, ADEA Professional Development Manager, at 202-289-7201 or email@example.com with questions.