Academic Leadership

Magna Publications connects academic administrators and distance education administrators to professional development resources.

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Faculty

Professional development programs for faculty including teaching and learning strategies for face-to-face and online learning.

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Student Leadership

Tools and resources for students and advisors based on the social change model for student leadership development from college to career.

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Welcome To Magna Publications!

Magna is dedicated to providing authoritative informational resources to higher education faculty, academic leaders, and student leaders. We deliver these through a variety of innovative products and services, such as publications, conferences, and online professional development—all presented or written by innovators in higher education.

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“[Magna] are leaders in conferences that deliver. You can see that across all the different areas where they’ve been putting on conferences. This one is no different. And given their long history of putting on top quality events—well-run, great speakers, a really good comprehensive package—the value is really outstanding.” – Lolita Paff, associate professor, Penn State Berks

Events Calendar

  • 10
  • Jul

Effective Diversity and Inclusion Strategies

A truly inclusive campus requires strong leadership and organizational change management. In this seminar, you’ll explore how to effectively lead and create institutional change, ensuring your institution is a diverse and successful learning community.
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  • 12
  • Jul

Teaching About Religion, Faith, and Spirituality in Secular Studies Classes

Learn to create classroom environments that promote academic discussions of faith as a form of personal identity, diversity, belief, motivation, culture-community, privilege and oppression.
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  • 19
  • Jul

Building Professionalism in Professional-track Students

Professionalism can certainly be taught, but most importantly, it can also be evaluated. When done correctly and consistently, the evaluation process can be an effective tool to help employees, students, and employers identify the skills that may benefit the individual and employer. It can also be an effective tool for identifying focuses for improvement. In this seminar you will be able to identify what professionalism is and to present various methods for teaching and evaluating professionalism on campus and in the clinical environment.
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