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The University of Wisconsin-Stout Chancellor's Minority Intern Leadership Development Award is an investment in advancing Minority Faculty and Staff who have demonstrated outstanding performance and show promise for continued leadership contributions to UW-Stout.
One or more minority faculty/staff member(s) per year may be funded to participate in a significant leadership development opportunity on campus within their current organizational unit or other similar programs in cross institutional units as approved by the Chancellor's Office.
(Note: Tuition is not eligible.)
The minority faculty/staff member must be employed full-time at UW-Stout and currently be engaged in administrative leadership pursuits, or show a commitment and willingness to be engaged in administrative pursuits, which contribute to the UW-Stout academic mission.
The goal of this program is to provide a stipend related to the individual leadership program development and University funds shall cover 75% of the associated costs During participation in the program, the staff member's current salary remains the same as before, without overload payment nor penalty to salary.
Application: submit all application materials electronically to Research Services firstname.lastname@example.org (Note for forward to MFSN)
The two page application must include the following information:
Additional attachments to application:
A written report will be submitted to the Chancellor, the appropriate division head and Research Services, followed by a presentation to Chancellor's Advisory Council. Frequent up-dates should also be provided to MFSN