UCEA Committees

    The University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) is governed by a representative body from member institutions. UCEA policies are formulated by a nine-member executive committee.

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    UCEA Awards

    The UCEA awards program encourages and recognizes efforts and excellence within the educational leadership community.

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    Jackson Scholars Program

    Provides doctoral students of color with a system of support - across all UCEA member institutions

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    David Clark Seminar

    The David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration & Policy

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Opportunities

 

Browse Opportunities and Get Involved

UCEA provides countless opportunities for you to get involved in UCEA and the larger profession, enhance your career, and recognize your colleagues for their significant contributions. Check out different ways to become involved in UCEA activities and functions, or peruse the job board for openings. There are possibilities for faculty, graduate students, and practitioners alike.



Getting Involved

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About UCEA Awards

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The Hanne Mawhinney Distinguished ...

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JRLE Best Article Award

The JRLE Best Article award Award is given annually to the author(s) of ...

Exemplary Educational Leadership P...

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UCEA Listserv

Listserv Subscription The UCEA listserv is a public electronic news ...

UCEA Committees Opportunities

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LINKS

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SAMPLE JOB SEARCH DOCUMENTS

The materials below include sample job search materials, ...

MISCELLANEOUS

One of the most frustrating aspects of a higher education job search ...

NEXT STEPS

You have a job! Congratulations! Now it’s time to start thinking ...