December 16, 2005
Durham agent graduates from leadership program
Suzzette Shaw Goldmon of Durham was among 32 university faculty members and administrators who recently graduated from BRIDGES, an intensive professional development program for women in higher education in North Carolina.
Goldmon is a family and consumer education agent with North Carolina Cooperative Extension’s Durham County Center.
BRIDGES, started in 1993, is a selective program designed to help faculty members in public and private universities and colleges gain or strengthen their academic leadership capabilities. It is sponsored by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Those chosen for the program take part in small group discussions, panel sessions, simulations, case studies and formal presentations held over four weekends. Sessions are guided by leading North Carolina university administrators.
Posted by deeshore at December 16, 2005 02:44 PM