Navigating a University Restructuring: Strategies to Prepare & Guide Your Program
In this webinar, you’ll learn strategies for supporting your academic program and the people in it when a restructuring is forthcoming or underway at your institution.
Presenters will share their experiences of both voluntary and required transitions within and outside of their programs. Specifically, attendees will hear about potential needs and issues that could arise during a restructuring or renaming process, and strategies to manage them. You will also gain ideas for boosting your program’s value before a reorganization is on the table, so that you’re in the best possible position to make your case if or when a restructuring does occur.
- Sharon N. Obasi, Ph.D., Director and Associate Professor, Family Science, University of Nebraska at Kearney. Dr. Obasi recently transitioned her program from the College of Business and Technology to the College of Education, and into a new department that now bears the name Counseling, School Psychology and Family Science.
- Lawrence G. Shelton, Ph.D., Associate Professor Emeritus, Human Development and Family Studies, University of Vermont. Dr. Shelton has facilitated and experienced numerous academic reorganizations during his 50 years at the University of Vermont.
- Sterling K. Wall, Ph.D., Professor, Family and Consumer Sciences, University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point. Dr. Wall has implemented several measures to grow and enhance the value of his program in the university landscape, in the face of multiple reorganizations during his time at his institution.
Approved for 1 hour of CFLE continuing education credit.