- Year 2019
- NSF Noyce Award # 1758353
- First Name Tetyana
- Last Name Berezovski
- Institution Saint Joseph's University
- Role/Position Principal Investigator
- Workshop Category Track 1: Scholarships and Stipends
- Workshop Disciplines Audience Biological
- Target Audience Evaluators/Education Researchers, Higher Education Institution Administrators, Project PIs / Co-PIs / Other Faculty/Staff, School and District Administrators
- Topics Noyce Project Management and/or Sustainability
- Session Length 45 minutes
- Additional Presenter(s)
Greer Richardson, email@example.com, LaSalle University, Co-PI;
Victor Donnay, firstname.lastname@example.org, Bryn Mawr College, Co-PI
1. The workshop will focus on processes of establishing and maintaining a distributed leadership model at each of six partner school of higher education, as a workable model of the PRNP.
2. The workshop will offer a critical analysis of the challenges and opportunities that the partners experienced as they conducted collaborative work across diverse institutions.
Data analysis; Theoretical and Practical Frameworks
This workshop will focus on the collaborative processes used to implement a scholarship program across and within multi-institutional partnerships that evolved from the Philadelphia Regional Noyce Partnership (PRNP) organization. Six area colleges and universities became equal partners; some had previous Noyce funding, others did not. During the first year of funding the partnership focused on developing a functional collaboration predicated on shared values and beliefs. The working relationships between the PRNP and its partners were established prior to Noyce funding primarily in the areas of representational interests. During the first year of funding, three major areas of institutional interactions and collaborations were established and intensified across the board. These include: individual, academic, and administrative groups. The workshop will focus on processes of establishing and maintaining a distributed leadership model at each partner school, as a workable model of the PRNP. The workshop will offer a critical analysis of the challenges and opportunities that the partners experienced as they conducted collaborative work across diverse institutions.