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The Library and Institutional Success

The Chronicle and Ithaka S+R are partnering to provide library leaders a professional development program tailored to their unique challenges and goals. This two-week virtual program is designed to empower participants to develop their leadership skills and drive institutional success through virtual seminars on topics of broad national importance to librarians and their institutions, as well as workshops on the topics most pressing for the campus library that will provide a collaborative space to assess progress on library initiatives and create plans for future success.

Virtual Forums Archive

  • The Future of Academic Internships

    ON DEMAND: What if colleges offered internship opportunities to every student who wanted one? Join us to discuss the future of college internships. With Support From Strada. Watch on demand.
  • Working Together to Improve the Institution

    On Demand: May 23, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET. How can colleges succeed in challenging, hypercompetitive times? The answer may be cohesion and cooperation, says a new survey on shared governance. Join us to discuss it. With Support From Huron. Watch on Demand.
  • Preparing Today’s Students for Tomorrow’s Jobs

    Watch On Demand: March 6, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET. At a time of rising tuition and fast-changing, uncertain career paths, does college still play a role? Watch On Demand a Virtual Forum on how to prepare students for the work force. With Support From Florida Atlantic University. Watch On Demand.
  • Building the Rural Work Force

    Watch on demand | 2 p.m. ET. Learn how rural colleges can team up with small-town employers to provide technical training in manufacturing, health care, engineering, and agriculture. With Support From Ascendium. Watch on demand.

Free Report

  • The Student Experience

    Connecting in the Classroom and Beyond

    Faculty members are struggling more than ever to reach their students. Emphasizing human connections in the classroom is a key success strategy.

Faculty Resources

Administrative and Staff Resources

Authors to follow

  • Denise K. Magner

    Denise K. Magner is senior editor of The Chronicle’s advice section, which features articles written by academics for academics on faculty and administrative career issues.
  • Jennifer S. Furlong

    Jennifer S. Furlong is director of the office of career planning and professional development at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Most recently, she served as co-president of the Career Services Association of CUNY and as mid-Atlantic regional director of the Graduate Career Consortium.
  • Allison M. Vaillancourt

    Allison M. Vaillancourt provides organizational consulting services as a vice president and senior consultant in Segal’s organizational effectiveness practice. Prior to joining Segal, she spent three decades as an administrator and faculty member at large public research universities. Browse her previous columns in the Management Corner series on administrative-career issues. She is on Twitter @VaillancourtA.
  • Stacy M. Hartman

    Stacy M. Hartman is an independent researcher, facilitator, and consultant. Formerly the director of the PublicsLab at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, she is co-editor of Graduate Education for a Thriving Humanities Ecosystem, published in November 2023 by the Modern Language Association. More information about her work can be found at stacyhartman.com.
  • David D. Perlmutter

    David D. Perlmutter is a professor in the College of Media & Communication at Texas Tech University. He stepped down as dean of the college in 2023 after holding the position since 2013. He writes the Admin 101 column for The Chronicle.