Academic Leadership Program
The Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) Academic Leadership Program (ALP) consists of a select group of talented and diverse fellows chosen annually. The fellows are chosen based on their proven abilities or demonstrated promise. The main goal of the program is to prepare fellows for leadership positions at all levels of the university.Meet the BTAA ALP fellows
Department Executive Officers Seminar
The Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) Department Executive Officers (DEO) Seminar is composed of university department heads and chairs that are selected annually to participate in a unique leadership development seminar. Participants learn valuable skills in conflict resolution, faculty development, performance reviews, and group problem solving.Meet the BTAA DEO Fellows
Peer Review of Teaching Project
The Peer Review Teaching Project is a UNL campus program that supports teams of faculty in making visible the serious intellectual work of their teaching. The project aims to engage faculty in documenting, assessing, and improving student learning and performance. Participants have indicated that it has had a positive impact on their approach to teaching and being able to document their student’s learning.
Whether you are a successful teacher or want to investigate particular issues in your teaching, this project is designed for you.Learn more about the Peer Review of Teaching Project