Learn From Mentor Award Winner How to Lead in Tumultuous Times
October 22, 2020

Philip Dubois, winner of the 2020 ACE Council of Fellows/Fidelity Investments Mentor Award, delivered an insightful webinar last week on impactful leadership lessons in crisis management. The recording of “Leading in Tumultuous Times: Three Case Studies in Crisis Management” is now available to view on ACE Engage®. Log in or create a free Engage account to access.

During his webinar, Dubois drew on his experience leading institutions through crises, having served as chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and president of the University of Wyoming, to provide campus leaders with case studies and advice for the challenges they face.

Dubois was recently recognized by the ACE Council of Fellows and Fidelity Investments for his contributions to enhancing the capacity and diversity of the higher education leadership pipeline by mentoring seven ACE Fellows and nominating two throughout the past three decades.

The ACE Fellows program is the nation’s premier higher education leadership development program. It condenses years of on-the-job experience and skills development into a single program. Of more than 2,000 Fellows to date, over 80 percent later serve as chief executive officers, chief academic officers, other cabinet level positions, and deans. Applications for the 2021-22 ACE Fellows cohort are open now through Nov. 13. Apply or nominate a promising leader today.