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Kellogg Course

Leadership and Management in Core Facilities

What does the course cover?

This course is designed for directors, managers and business administrators overseeing university or nonprofit core facilities.

Participants learn to think strategically about their facility and identify important concepts that can be applied to build the organization, increase stability and enhance growth.

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After Completion of the Course

All participants are invited and encouraged to develop an Applied Learning Project (ALP) after completing the 5-day course. The purpose of the ALP is

  • To provide an opportunity for participants to apply knowledge from the course to an issue of concern in their facility (the project)
  • To provide an opportunity for participants to work as part of a team to address an important issue in their facility
  • To provide an opportunity for participants to build a national network of colleagues

Participants present their projects to their peers in the spring of the following year (either in-person or via videoconference). Their peers evaluate the projects and vote for the winners. 

Past Participants and Advanced Learning Projects
Please see below for class photos and rosters as well as examples of Applied Learning Projects (and winners) in the Kellogg Course.
Class Photos

2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Rosters and Projects

Our roster is updated in November (with participants’ names) and in February (with the titles of Applied Learning Projects). You can find  the most current document here