University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty members Kate Brooks and Rebecca Roston have been selected for the 19th annual class of the national LEAD21 program, designed to develop skills for leadership at land-grant universities.
Brooks is an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics. Roston is the Susan J. Rosowski Associate Professor of biochemistry.
Ninety land-grant faculty and administrators from across the country will participate in the new LEAD21 class. The one-year core curriculum includes three sessions plus a concurrent individualized learning component. Key goals for participants are communicating effectively; managing conflict; fostering collaboration; and leading change.
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