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The Chair Academy Conference 2021

The Academy has begun working on rescheduling the annual Conference. We are currently looking at dates in April 2021, in Scottsdale, Arizona. We have spoken to our Keynote line-up, including Steven Covey, Mark Taylor, Alonzo Kelly, Mark Milliron, and our plenary panel of educational leaders, and all are excited to return. We hope to have the new dates and the venue secured in the next couple months, and we will update everyone at that time.

If you had already registered, or you committed to present at the Conference, we hope you will return in 2021.

Stay well. 

The Chair Academy Team

June 29, 2018

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June 25, 2018

Are you happy at work?

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June 22, 2018

Leadership Resilience Explored and Strengthened

In this episode, my two guests talk about the quality that can increase your ability to weather storms and come out stronger. That quality is resilience....


Callihan, Kristy M. Associate Dean of Communication, Humanities and Technical Studies Summerson, Karen A. Associate Professor of Mathematics; Director of the Center for Teaching & Learning


June 15, 2018

This article appears in the January 28, 2018 issue of the Eagle Tribune. 

Not so long ago, public colleges and universities in America received most of their financial support from state taxpayers, and...

June 11, 2018

Higher education has reached a critical moment of opportunity for re-valuing academic leadership. In an Inside Higher Education article titled “Producing Academic Leaders,” Pierce (2011) describes the...

June 8, 2018

Here’s the information we need to help underserved students take the next steps

InInstructors lead a roundtable discussion with students at Austin Community College in Austin, Texas, to discuss their v...

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