You bring innovative ideas and pioneering solutions forward through the SCUP Fellows Program.
Thank you! Your contribution makes the SCUP Fellows Program possible. This is SCUP’s initiative to recognize and develop leaders who will build the body of higher education planning knowledge.
During the course of their fellowship year, SCUP Fellows research a planning initiative of their choice, and they share the outcomes and lessons from their research with SCUP’s constituency at the conclusion of their fellowship.
Public-Private Partnership (P3) Performance for Higher Education was the research topic selected by SCUP Fellow Nicolas de Salaberry, Director of Planning and Development at Ryerson University. P3 procurement models for built infrastructure have been applied to a diverse range of higher learning projects. Nic’s research was to better understand P3 models and learn how they have performed, and generate useful lessons for how P3 models can be applied with desired outcomes. His final research paper will be shared here in late May. SCUP Fellow research covers a diversity of planning knowledge.
Mahauganee Shaw Bonds educator and researcher, will present the results of her research at SCUP Annual Conference in Nashville this July. Her compelling research project is titled: Institutional Decisions of How to Carry On After a Campus Tragedy: An Examination of Campus-Based Memorials Structures and Commemorative Spaces.
Diane R. Dean, Associate Professor of Higher Education Administration and Policy at Illinois State University
will begin her research project Approaches to Strategic Academic Planning in 2018.
Our newest SCUP Fellows will be announced in May, 2018.
Our thanks to the members of the 2018‐19 SCUP Fellow selection team. Members include: Salvador Aceves, Ivan Banks, Lynne Crosby, Lisa Guion Jones, Jillian Kavanagh, John Kilmarx, David McIntyre, Julie Morrison, John Muckler, and Nancy Sturm.
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