Big Ten Academic Alliance – Academic Leadership Program
The Big Ten Academic Alliance Academic Leadership Program honors administrators at universities who are educational leaders and managers. Adminstrators focus on leadership development, and find creative innovative solutions to ever-shifting circumstances within budgets, student populations and other, external sources. Michigan State University is one of 14 participating institutions in the program.
Each academic year, five Fellows are selected for the honor, with a term of one year.
Fellows participate in two-day seminars at other member insititutions, and participate in readings and other monthly activities on their home campus.
The Big Ten Academic Alliance Academic Leadership Program was previously known as the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC).