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Colleagues, before we all get caught up in the end of the semester workload and the holidays I wanted to remind you that the Frye Leadership Institute is now accepting applications for its 2012 session, to be held June 3–8 in Washington, D.C. Note the new location and the new opportunities that come with it!


Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. EST on Friday, December 16, 2011.  Take this opportunity to assist yourself or your staff with this critical professional development event.


Established in 2000, the Frye Leadership Institute is the premier senior leadership development experience for CIOs, librarians, information technology professionals, and administrators in higher education.


Participants are selected competitively from among applicants who have at least seven years’ experience in the field and have demonstrated a commitment to, and talent for, leadership within the academy. Attributes of successful candidates include the willingness to explore different models and take risks, the capacity to understand the environment outside one's immediate surroundings, and the ability to apply critical and creative thinking to problem solving. The 2012 Frye class will join a trusted peer network of more than 475 professionals from around the country and the world.


Please note: The 2012 session, with an all-new program, is also open to participants of previous Frye programs. For more information about the Institute, including tuition and scholarships, please visit the Frye Leadership Institute website.


The Frye Leadership Institute is sponsored by the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), EDUCAUSE, and Emory University.


We look forward to seeing you in DC!







Joanne Kossuth

Vice President for Operations and Chief Information Officer

Franklin W Olin College of Engineering

Olin Way

Needham, MA 02492


(781)-858-1701 (cell)


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