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Jennifer Davidson, Ph.D., dean of Business and Technology, was named a 2020-21 professional development fellow by the American Association of University Administrators (AAUA). The AAUA Professional Development Fellowship program is designed for practicing college or university administrators who want to remain on the job at their present position while honing their leadership skills under the direction of a locally based mentor and a senior AAUA mentor.
During the 2020-21 academic year, Davidson will work on a leadership development project with guidance and support from her local mentor, Susan Campos, Ph.D., vice president of Academic Affairs at Triton College. Joe Bertolino, Ph.D., president of Southern Connecticut State University, is the AAUA senior mentor assigned to assist Davidson.
“It is a privilege to be named an AAUA fellow,” said Davidson. “This fellowship provides me an excellent opportunity to grow as a higher education leader. I look forward to enhancing my administrative competence through the guidance and support of both Dr. Campos and Dr. Bertolino, as they are both accomplished in their respective positions.”More Triton Pride
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