Leadership Fellows

UNT is committed to developing leaders capable of catalyzing and sustaining change. The UNT Leadership Fellows program, founded in 2008, supports individual and organizational skill-building. Competencies such as increased self-awareness, confidence, broader thinking, relationship building, and interdisciplinary collaborations are a few of the key outcomes of the year-long program. Fellows participate in a broad range of activities such as: 

Completion of projects assigned by senior administrators

  • Meetings with senior-level administrators
  • Participation in professional conferences
  • Campus tours
  • Executive coaching
  • Self-reflection

 

Selection Process:
Current chairs, interim chairs, and other faculty members who show interest and demonstrate leadership potential are eligible to apply. Candidates must be nominated by their academic dean with the support of the home department chair. Selection will be based on the record of scholarship, significant university service, and/or strong leadership potential.  

2021-2022 UNT Leadership Fellows Call Letter

UNT Leadership Fellows 

YEAR MEMBER RANK AND DEPARTMENT

2021-2022

Jessica Craig

Associate Professor, Criminal Justice

2021-2022

Song Fu

Associate Professor, Computer Science and Engineering

2021-2022

Seti Keshmiripour

Head of Access Services, UNT Libraries

2021-2022

Daniella Smith

Associate Professor, Information Science

2021-2022

Nancy Stockdale

Associate Professor, History

2021-2022

Kiseol Yang

Professor, Merchandising and Digital Retailing

UNT Leadership Fellows Photo Gallery