Through its teaching, research and engagement, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill serves as an educational and economic beacon for the people of North Carolina and beyond. Carolina is proud of its legacy of excellence and public service and its capacity to help build a just, safe, more prosperous, and sustainable world.
TypePublic , Four or more years
AEAP is dedicated to promoting the careers of those who, by the very nature of their critical work, are associated with the leaders of the business world. AEAP assists members in achieving their career goals by keeping them informed of advances and changes in professional practice and technology. AEAP offers a variety of educational programs and promote the free exchange of ideas among peers to enhance job satisfaction and encourage professional development.Less
NHRA is a network of local affiliates focused on advancing the development of human resource professionals. NHRA strives to support human resource professionals throughout their career life cycle. The mission of NHRA is to serve and support our affiliates in providing networking forums and professional development for their members.Less
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We know when we’re having a good day at work, but many higher education professionals don’t know how to have a good workday. However, advice from numerous experts in productivity, high performance, and management can easily apply to higher education professionals. These tips, such as scheduling certain tasks at different times of the day to increase effectiveness, can help you have a better workday.
Over the years, the role of college and university CFOs has shifted, especially at small to medium sized private institutions. They increasingly need to function as Chief Operating Officers in addition to their more traditional, fiscally-focused responsibilities. They assist the president and senior leaders in charting the vision for the future, play an on-going role to bring that vision to reality, and ultimately enable presidents to refocus on their more inspired societal role.
While more traditional views of faculty paint portraits of leisurely months away from campus, they are far from reality. Many faculty members work throughout the summer, continuing their research, revising current courses and preparing for new ones, reading the latest developments in their disciplines, and/or attending discipline-based organizational meetings and conferences. Such work should always be documented, as it can help you make a case for tenure and earn funding support.