Meet the 2022–23 Fellows
2022–2023 ALFP Cohort 19 Calendar
(plan on travel the day before and travel out the evening of the last day of each session)
- Session I: September 12–16 2022 Warrenton, VA
- Session II: November 6–9 2022 Arlington, VA
- Session III: February 17–21 2023 as part of Interim Meeting Orlando, FL
- Session IV: July 21–26 2023 as part of the Annual Meeting Aurora, CO
More detailed information and FAQs are included below! If you have Questions please contact Sarah Shrader, Sr. Director of Academic Programs and Professional Development.
The Academic Leadership Fellows Program supports and contributes to the development of leaders in academic pharmacy and higher education. The program provides an opportunity for Fellows to expand relationships with peers and colleagues in other institutions, as well as within their own college and university. The ALFP curriculum is reviewed annually to ensure content is contemporary and appropriate to the programs leadership objectives.
Application Packet Instructions:
Completed applications must include the following three documents combined in a single PDF document:
- Nominee's letter of intent for completing the program, initialed by the Dean Mentor (limit 1000 words)
- Current curriculum vitae
- Letter of recommendation from the Dean Mentor (limit one page). The letter should address the three points provided below:
- How you would describe the nominee's competencies/talents and potential for leadership.
- Why you believe the nominee should be an Academic Leadership Fellow.
- Describe the mentoring plan you and the nominee have developed.
Applications for cohort 19 are closed.
The four-session, year-long program includes:
- In-depth leadership development
- Team building and networking
- Exploration of issues critical to pharmacy and higher education
- Self assessment of leadership style and strengths
- Assigned readings and discussions from top-tier leadership books and the Harvard Business Review
- Exposure to practical management and administrative issues and tips for success
- Access to national and international leaders in pharmacy and higher education
- Team project concerning current issues in academic pharmacy
- Individualized plan for additional mentoring, development, and application of knowledge learned during the four sessions at home institution
- All sessions are interactive and application based!