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SCUP Fellows

Launching the Next Generation of Planning Leaders

With the SCUP Fellows program, we’re taking higher education planning to a higher level. Designed to strengthen higher education leaders, the Fellows program  supports members of the SCUP community seeking to carry out research that will benefit the integrated planning community and establish an accelerated path to an exceptional future.

Application Update:
Applications for the 2020-21 SCUP Fellows program will open on Monday,  November 18, 2019, and will close Monday, February 17, 2020. Application details about the program will be posted this Friday, November 15, 2019. Thank you for your interest in the SCUP Fellows program.

Each year, two SCUP Fellows are selected to participate in the one-year fellowship. The program is open to members and non-members alike.

SCUP Fellows:

  • Initiate and complete a research project of their choosing that contributes to SCUP’s knowledge base of integrated planning
  • Receive coaching from SCUP members to expand their knowledge of planning and to build their professional networks
  • Share the outcomes of their project with our constituency at the conclusion of their fellowship at SCUP’s annual conference and through a final report
  • Network and connect with higher education leaders who focus on emerging planning best practices

SCUP Fellows receive:

  • Two years of SCUP membership
  • Two registrations to SCUP’s annual conference (one at the start of the Fellows program and one at the end), two hotel nights, and a $750 stipend toward each meeting
  • Registration to one workshop of SCUP’s Planning Institute series

Contribute to the Future of Planning

Your gifts to the SCUP Fund make this program possible. The SCUP Fund supports research and initiatives that drive innovative ideas and enterprising solutions for higher education viability and vitality.

To contribute online: You will be asked to log in or create an account after clicking on the contribute button. Once logged in, click on the “donate” button to make your contribution. Thank you!

To contribute by phone: Call Kathy Benton at 734.669.3271. Thank you!

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Our Recent SCUP Fellows

Jeffrey Ashley
2018-2019 SCUP Fellow and Director of the Center for Teaching Innovation and Nexus Learning Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University)
SCUP Coaches: Danuta A. Nitecki, Dean of Libraries, Drexel University; Nancy Sturm, Principal, The Sextant Group, Inc.
Nic de Salaberry
2016-2017 SCUP Fellow and Director, Planning and DevelopmentRyerson University
SCUP Coaches: Antonio Calcado, Executive Vice President for Strategic Planning and Operations & Chief Operating Officer, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey; Krisan Osterby, Campus Planning Practice, Leader Perkins+Will
Angela Foss
2019-2020 SCUP Fellow and Associate Dean of Operations and InnovationCollege of Engineering, Technology, and Aeronautics at Southern New Hampshire University
Sue Gerber
2019-2020 SCUP Fellow and Associate Vice President, Institutional EffectivenessNew Jersey City University
SCUP Coaches: Margaret Kasimatis, Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs, Saint Mary's College of California; Nicolas Santilli, Sr Director of Learning Strategy, SCUP
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Campus PlannerNortheastern University
SCUP Coach: Howard Wertheimer, Institute Architect, Georgia Institute and Technology
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2017-2018 SCUP Fellow and ConsultantAcademic Search, Inc.
SCUP Coach: Daniel R. Kenney, Principal, Page
2018-2019 SCUP Fellow and Dean, Ohio University ZanesvilleOhio University-Zanesville Campus
SCUP Coaches: Linda L. Baer, Senior Consultant, Linda L. Baer Consultant; David N. Cox, Professor, University of Memphis
Benjamin Williams
2019-2020 SCUP Fellow and Assistant Director of New Student ProgramsGeorgia State University 
SCUP Coaches: Howard S. Wertheimer, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Piedmont Park Conservancy; Lori S. White, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Washington University in St. Louis