Associate/Assistant Deans: Leading from the Middle
There are many varieties of associate and assistant dean positions. Some specialize in a single area such as assessment or faculty development. Others have broader duties (i.e., associate dean of academic affairs). Those who serve in these roles do so for a variety of reasons. Some become associate dean to determine if a career in administration is a good fit. Some view the role as a part of a progression to higher administrative positions. Some serve temporarily with the intent of returning to a faculty position. And some view it as a long-term position.
- Coordinating Student Completion Efforts
- Keeping Teaching and Learning at the Heart of Strategic Planning
- Associate/Assistant Deans: Leading from the Middle
- Preparing Future Academic Leaders in Graduate School
- The Bell-Shaped Career Curve