Begun in 2005, the Institute is an annual program with three sessions throughout the year. Each session is highly participatory, using a combination of discussions facilitated by experienced CAOs and presidents, case studies presented by program participants, conversations with peers from diverse institutions, and briefings by national experts. Our goals are to identify topics and issues of immediate concern to new academic vice presidents and provide the means to address them.
Invest in your institution through this investment in leadership.
The Institute Provides New CAOs with
Lessons and insights about the leadership challenges faced by CAOs.
Different (and competing) perspectives from peers with different experiences.
A low-risk setting to test ideas.
An understanding of how common issues and challenges play out in different types of institutions.
An extended professional network of fellow CAOs from a cross-section of institutions.
ACE selects up to 35 new CAOs to participate. We also will invite 4 or 5 experienced CAOs and presidents to participate in each of the 3 meetings to facilitate conversations and serve as resources.
What to Expect
All sessions are highly participatory and use a combination of the following:
Mini-case studies written and presented by participating CAOs.
Facilitated discussions with seasoned CAOs.
Cross-sector and intra-sector conversations.
Short briefings on key issues with national leaders.
Costs: Fee for 2013-2014 Class: ACE Members: $3,850; Non-Members: $4,350. Participants are responsible for their travel and lodging expenses.
Scholarship Opportunities: A limited number of partial scholarships are available to those who would not otherwise be able to attend. For more information, please contact us for more information.
For additional information about the ACE Institute for New Chief Academic Officers please email the ExecutiveLeadership@acenet.edu. To speak with a staff person please call 202-939-9728.
The ACE Institute for New Chief Academic Officers is supported by generous contributions from TIAA-CREF Institute and SAGE.