Fairleigh Dickinson University University Provost Opportunity Profile

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Fairleigh Dickinson University

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THE MISSION

Fairleigh Dickinson University is a center of academic excellence dedicated to the preparation of world citizens through global

education. The University strives to provide students with

the multidisciplinary, intercultural and ethical understandings

necessary to participate, lead and prosper in the global marketplace of ideas, commerce and culture.

EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY FOR A SUCCESSFUL

ACADEMIC LEADER

The President, faculty and administration of Fairleigh Dickinson University in-vite applications for the position of University Provost from highly experienced academic administrators with a record of successful leadership in a broadly diver-sified university setting.

Fairleigh Dickinson is a distinctive multicampus university with a tradition of commitment to global education. With two New Jersey campuses, close to Man-hattan, and two international campuses (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and Wroxton, Oxfordshire, England), the University infuses the curriculum with global perspectives, provides abundant international and cosmopolitan educa-tional experiences and hosts a significant internaeduca-tional student population. In recent years, the University has grown not only in the geographic spread of its campuses but also through aggressive expansion of academic programs from cer-tificate through doctoral level. The University is poised from a position of solid strength to launch further expansion of academic programs to keep pace with the rapidly changing needs of a global society in business, science, engineering, med-ical, health, government, technology, security and many other fields — all with a strong arts and sciences core.

For the new University Provost who will provide leadership for such geographic breadth and academic scope, the University seeks a seasoned scholar and success-ful academic administrator with significant line-authority experience in a mid-size university of similar complexity. The position offers an extraordinary

opportunity to provide high-level academic leadership in a setting at the edge of one of the world’s greatest urban centers.

ABOUT FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY

For nearly 75 years, Fairleigh Dickinson University has been a leading force in preparing world citizens. The University was founded in 1942 by Dr. Peter Sam-martino and his wife, Sylvia (Sally). Long before other institutions recognized the importance of global education, Dr. Sammartino emphasized international les-sons and partnerships with international organizations. The institution grew quickly, and today is New Jersey’s largest private university. More than 12,000 stu-dents from 32 states and 72 countries are currently enrolled on the University’s two campuses in northern New Jersey and its international campuses in Wroxton, England, and Vancouver, Canada.

Beginning as a two-year junior college in Rutherford, N.J., Fairleigh Dickinson expanded to a four-year curriculum in 1948 to fill the need for higher education in northern New Jersey. In 1954, the first graduate program, a master’s degree in business administration, was offered, and Bergen Junior College in Teaneck N.J., was purchased as a second campus (now the Metropolitan Campus). In 1956, Fairleigh Dickinson gained University status and, one year later, the 178-acre Vanderbilt-Twombly estate in Madison, N.J., was acquired to serve as a third campus (now the Florham Campus).

FDU became the first American university to own a campus in England when it purchased Wroxton College from Trinity College, Oxford University. The cam-pus, opened in 1965, has recently expanded its offerings. In 2007, the University

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opened its newest campus in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and that campus has expanded rapidly in terms of the number of students and the pro-grams offered.

Over the years, FDU has maintained its commitment to broadening global hori-zons and fostering international understanding. In 2000, the Board of Trustees adopted a newly focused mission for FDU: To prepare world citizens through global education. A series of recent highlights have particularly reinforced this global mission. Through the United Nations Pathways program, FDU regularly brings ambassadors and diplomats to campus. FDU also became one of the first universities in the country to earn accreditation as a nongovernmental organiza-tion (NGO) with the U.N. Department of Public Informaorganiza-tion and is the first university to earn special consultative status with the U.N. Economic and Social Council. FDU also features Global Virtual FacultyTMand created Global Scholars and Florham Scholars programs to emphasize global themes and activities. Overall, FDU offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including doctoral programs in nursing practice, clinical psychology, school psy-chology and pharmacy, and an AACSB-accredited business college. The Univer-sity’s size and diversity provide FDU with unique opportunities. As noted, FDU is well-known internationally but FDU also works very closely with the local communities and offers programs in almost every county in the state. While pro-viding the offerings of a comprehensive university, each campus features a close-knit community with a low student-faculty ratio where learners have unique access to and personal attention from a world-class collection of scholars. And FDU’s two New Jersey campuses make it one of just a few schools in the nation to field both Division I and Division III athletics teams.

CAMPUSES

Fairleigh Dickinson University offers a constellation of unique-learning environ-ments, all connected and united under the University’s mission. FDU campuses are based in diverse regions, from the suburban environs of Northern New Jersey to the old-world charm of Oxfordshire, England, to cosmopolitan Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Students on the two main New Jersey campuses come primarily from the Northeast with students from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania predominating. Not surprisingly, however, FDU boasts one of the largest international student populations among its peer institutions.

Florham Campus

The Florham Campus is located on a former Vanderbilt-Twombly estate in Madison and Florham Park, N.J. The bucolic campus features Georgian-style buildings and picturesque grounds that were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. Here, students find a classic liberal arts experience — the majority of undergradu-ates live on campus — in a small college setting. Students have access to a wide range of undergraduate programs and hands-on learning experiences (such as in-ternships, student/faculty research and study abroad), strong graduate and profes-sional school preparation and customized educational options (from double majors to specialized minors).

Metropolitan Campus

Stretching along both sides of the Hackensack River, the Metropolitan Campus lies in Teaneck and Hackensack, N.J., just six miles from New York City. The

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campus features a comprehensive university atmosphere with a full complement of professional and career-oriented degree programs. Nearly equal numbers of graduate and undergraduate students study here, along with the majority of the University’s international students. Undergraduate studies emphasize practical, career-oriented and hands-on experiences (such as cooperative education and in-ternships). Accelerated bachelor’s/master’s options are among its many profes-sional programs, and selected doctoral programs are available.

Wroxton College

Wroxton College is located in the ancestral home of Lord North at Wroxton Abbey in Oxfordshire. Wroxton lies in the heart of England, between Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon, just 75 miles from London. Originally constructed as an Augustinian priory in 1215, Wroxton Abbey has been home to statesmen and host to monarchs; now, undergraduate and graduate students walk the same halls and live in the same rooms that royalty once did. The college offers a large num-ber of courses in literature, history, political science, fine arts and sociology. Courses are taught using the tutorial method employed in British universities. Students also regularly enjoy educational excursions throughout England and Europe and meet and interact with leading political and cultural figures. Wroxton College is one of an elite group of 13 colleges in the United Kingdom that have earned ASIC Premier College status by the Accreditation Service for Interna-tional Colleges (ASIC).

Vancouver Campus

The University’s newest campus, FDU’s Vancouver Campus, opened in 2007 in a newly renovated, state-of-the-art facility in the city’s historic and cosmopolitan Yaletown section of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The campus primarily serves international students and includes selected undergraduate and graduate degree programs in business administration, information technology and individ-ualized studies as well as a master of administrative science graduate degree. The Vancouver Campus features a diverse learning environment and offers students the rare opportunity to earn an American degree while studying in Canada. FDU’s accrediting body, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, called the Vancouver Campus a model international branch campus. The campus has grown rapidly both in terms of the number of students and the expansion of the learning space.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Fairleigh Dickinson University offers degrees, from associate to Ph.D., in disci-plines and careers from the traditional liberal arts and sciences — philosophy to biology — to business and professional studies such as engineering, nursing, criminal justice, psychology, computer science and communication studies as well as the University’s highly ranked hotel and restaurant management school. The arts are represented by first-rate programs in theater, film and animation, graphic design, studio arts and creative writing. In addition, there are highly acclaimed honors programs on each campus. FDU is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and is licensed by the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education. All FDU programs seek to earn and maintain the highest accreditation possible. For a complete list of accreditations, see http://fdu.edu/accreditation.

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THE COLLEGES

One of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s greatest strengths is the flexibility and range of study offered by its four distinct colleges.

Maxwell Becton College of Arts and Sciences

At the Florham Campus, Becton College offers a challenging core curriculum and a variety of baccalaureate and master’s degrees across disciplines in the arts and sciences. The college also produces WAMFEST, the annual Words and Music Festival that has featured such artists as Bruce Springsteen, Rosanne Cash, Robert Pinsky and Jonathan Demme.

Anthony J. Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies

With a unified approach and an enhanced focus on the adult learner, Petrocelli College offers a variety of traditional and nontraditional learning and degree op-portunities on both New Jersey campuses and via online learning.

Silberman College of Business

Accredited by the world’s pre-eminent business school authority, the AACSB International, Silberman College offers baccalaureate and master’s degrees along with professional development tracks and Executive MBAs, as well as select off-campus graduate programs. It is home to the Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Institute for Sustainable Enterprise.

University College: Arts • Sciences • Professional Studies

Home to engineering, allied health and many liberal arts disciplines, and with de-grees from baccalaureate to doctoral level, University College on the Metropoli-tan Campus offers traditional students and advancing professionals a unique educational and cultural experience in a suburban campus atmosphere.

A SAMPLE OF FDU’S PROGRAMS

Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Part of Silberman College of Business since 1989, the Rothman Institute features an outstanding variety of program and services, and FDU’s entrepreneurship studies have been highly ranked and widely acclaimed. The Institute’s innovative outreach programs including the O.Berk Family Business Forum also help entre-preneurs succeed in their ventures.

Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health

The Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health is one of only two New Jersey schools to offer a clinical doctorate degree in nursing practice. In 2009, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) awarded FDU a $2.5-mil-lion grant to train future nursing faculty.

International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

FDU’s International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management is the old-est program of its type in the New York metropolitan area and one of the oldold-est in the United States. It was rated by The Princeton Review’s Gourman Report as one of the top 15 four-year hospitality management programs, out of more than 200, in the United States and was ranked the number four hospitality program in the country by thebestschools.org.

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School of Pharmacy

Fairleigh Dickinson University established its School of Pharmacy, New Jer-sey’s first pharmacy school affiliated with an independent university. The school, which enrolled its first students in 2012, will help address the growing need for licensed pharmacists and prepare students to take leadership roles in a variety of health care-related industries and fields. Students have a choice among multiple dual-degree tracks leading to a doctor of pharmacy degree and master’s degree.

Daniel and Martina Lewis Center for Healthcare Innovation and Technology

This innovative academic center educates future health care leaders while ex-ploring research opportunities and fostering collaboration between experts within and outside the University to promote the advancement of health care delivery and patient outcomes. Among its many features is a sterile com-pounding center.

Center for Cybersecurity and Information Assurance

The center fosters awareness of how academic preparedness meets the chal-lenges of security needs on an individual, national and international scale. The center has enabled FDU to earn the National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) designation of Center of Aca-demic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education.

Veterans Education at FDU

FDU is a leader in providing education opportunities for the nation’s veterans. The University participates in the GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program and its Of-fice of Veterans Services provides a full range of services and assistance. FDU has repeatedly earned the designation as a “Military Friendly® School.”

Puerta al Futuro

Puerta al Futuro (Gateway to the Future) enables Spanish speakers to learn English while completing an associate’s degree program. Course work begins in Spanish and transitions to English. The program has inspired similar offer-ings for Korean speakers and Chinese speakers

Study Abroad

In addition to studying at FDU campuses in New Jersey, England and

Canada, hundreds of students travel abroad each semester. FDU students have studied in Amsterdam, Prague, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, China, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Italy, London, Australia, Germany, Greece, Ireland, South Korea, South Africa, Spain and Switzerland.

Internship Opportunities

FDU has in place a strong lineup of co-ops and internship opportunities that provide students with real-life work experiences and a competitive edge in the marketplace. Most majors have direct links to professional development op-portunities and students benefit from programs like the Accounting On-Campus Recruiting Program, Clinical Teaching Internships and the United Nations Internship Program.

FDU’S

CORE VALUES

Fairleigh Dickinson is a community of teachers, learners, scholars and pro-fessionals committed to sustaining and advancing the highest quality educa-tional environment through shared concern for the welfare of stu-dents, collegiality, mutual respect for one another and the highest standards of professional behavior. FDU has an original and long-standing commit-ment to access and op-portunity for diverse populations.

Keeping faith with the in-ternational vision of its founder, FDU strives to impress every student with the power and value of world citizenship. FDU believes the liberal arts and sciences con-tribute directly to profes-sional education while providing graduates with lifelong skills to respond to unimagined and unpre-dicted changes in the marketplace.

FDU is committed to currency in the disciplines it teaches, in the scholar-ship of its faculty and in the careers it promotes. FDU respects and prac-tices partnership.

FDU prizes and encour-ages agility in its people and programs.

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AGENDA FOR THE NEW UNIVERSITY PROVOST

THE NEW UNIVERSITY PROVOST WILL:

1. Advance the University’s 2014–2019 Strategic Planthrough a consultative and collaborative process involving all campuses and stakeholders to lead the University’s shift toward 21st-century higher educa-tion, developing operational strategies and procedures to further crucial overarching imperatives of the University’s strategic plan: enhancing successful job placement of graduates, increasing the value of a Fairleigh Dickinson degree and strengthening the University’s commitment to global education. The new University Provost must bring strong and visionary leadership in academic programs, delivery, teaching and research to move the University aggressively toward fulfillment of the plan.

2. Balance Financial and Budget Realitieswith the myriad operational needs of the widely spread academic enterprise. The University Provost will co-chair the University Planning and Budget Committee providing visionary leadership to academic plans, advocacy for resources for the academic area, and oversight of the academic budget, while carefully balancing available fiscal and human resources with operational needs. The University Provost will infuse the planning process with creative, innovative, visionary ideas for new programs, technologies, research, services and activities that will be attractive to donors and students, will meet growing societal needs and will help sustain FDU’s enrollment growth.

3. Advocate for the Academic Enterprise above all else.The new University Provost needs to be an effective spokesperson for the academic enterprise, especially for faculty development, faculty expansion, academic program growth and innovation, technology improvements and services that will enrich academic quality, build the University’s reputation and brand and enhance student academic success. The University Provost will lead the charge for Fairleigh Dickinson to achieve the distinction it seeks as a high-quality, 21st-century global institution by hiring exceptional faculty, providing strong faculty professional-development opportunities and providing faculty the opportunity to teach and to do research with high-quality students. The new University Provost will speak vigorously in University leadership circles to be a voice for academic quality on behalf of the faculty on topics such as scholarship, research, tenure, promotion, teaching,

curriculum, student learning, technology and the totality of academic interests — thus enhancing the quality and value of FDU degrees and graduates.

4. Create and Maximize Opportunities for Student Success that will enhance the many programs and offices on individual campuses designed to help ensure student academic success, such as academic advising, academic intervention, tutoring and placement testing, as well as specialized student-assistance programs for transfer and international students. Career Development Centers on three campuses (Florham,

Metropolitan and Vancouver) serve as valuable resources offering students a variety of services to help them find a rewarding career. The new University Provost will take the lead creating a holistic vision across multiple offices and campuses to encourage student success from entry to graduation and job placement, maximizing FDU’s longstanding and pervasive commitment to student success.

5. Ensure Currency; Expand and Enhance Academic Programsthat will be required by employers hiring a labor force for the future. Fairleigh Dickinson University has thrived in recent years in part through rapid growth of new programs attractive to students and their parents and that have fueled an enrollment surge. With constantly changing needs of employers who are looking strategically to the future, the new

University Provost must be a visionary who stays on the cutting edges of future trends and needs and provides dynamic, inspirational leadership for faculty and academic leaders that will ensure constant evolution and change in curriculum, turning out quality graduates prepared to meet employers’ needs.

6. Generate Fundraising Opportunities for the Academic Enterpriseto build new academic initiatives, support faculty and student research and strengthen financial support for existing academic programs and activities. Working closely with the President, the Board of Trustees’ Educational Affairs Committee and development officers, the University Provost will inspire the academic community with imaginative,

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creative ideas appropriate for 21st-century higher education and will work collaboratively to assist seeking gifts and grants that will enhance the academic enterprise and spawn a broad array of initiatives emanating from the strategic-planning process.

7. Inspire Innovationby building a culture that embraces creative approaches to solve existing and fore-seeable challenges, rewards inventive practices, applauds innovation and praises cutting-edge research. The whirlwind of economic, social, and political challenges in an age of rapid change requires a University Provost who will help build a 21st-century, higher-education institution that is nimble, responsive and unafraid of change; a University that produces graduates well-prepared for employers hiring the workforce of the future.

8. Build a More Cohesive University-wide Infrastructure,motivating collaboration to achieve a more interconnected, unified, systemic University-wide approach among offices scattered on the various campuses and other locations where academic programs are delivered. The new University Provost will enlist the best professional assistance to create a systems approach with technological and other applications/programs appropriate for 21st-century higher education that can join with dedicated human resources to create greater virtual delivery of services, enhance the efficiency of operations and help hold down or reduce costs.

9. Champion a University-wide Communitythrough a shared process that will build on the strong pre-vailing community spirit among faculty, staff and students on each of the campuses. The new University Provost will become a key advocate in leading the administration, faculty, and staff of all the campuses to build a sense of community across the physical distance of the campuses in unity around the University’s mission and strategic plan. The University Provost will create opportunities for communication and interaction among the various campus and location constituencies and will initiate programs and activities to encourage a university-wide culture of mutual support and teamwork.

10. Nurture Good Governancethrough ensuring an open and transparent academic community among faculty, administrators and students of all the campuses or online, encouraging a listening attitude and reasoned debate appropriate for an intellectual community and inviting appropriate participation in agreed upon areas of shared governance. The geographically dispersed campuses create unusual challenges to the practicality of sustaining high-quality shared governance, but the new University Provost should lead the way by personal example of being involved and involving others, listening, reasoning, transparently sharing, acting with humility and making defensible decisions.

QUALIFICATIONS AND DESIRED ATTRIBUTES

Minimum Qualifications

1. Earned doctorate or terminal degree from an accredited, respected institution in a discipline appropriate to FDU.

2. Demonstrated commitment to the liberal arts tradition and to professional study, as well as to the integration of both.

3. Record of academic accomplishment and scholarship; be eligible for appointment to a tenured, senior faculty rank preferably at full professor.

4. Record of academic leadership as a faculty member, scholar and administrator. 5. Demonstrated financial and budget-management skills.

6. Record of success with increasing responsibility in academic administration, including line authority. 7. Broad and deep knowledge of higher-education trends.

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8. Capacity to lead and manage a large, multicampus organization with a broad array of academic programs and a diverse faculty, staff and student body, as evidenced by a clear record of successful senior-level administrative experience in higher education, preferably at a similarly complex university.

9. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

10. Be able to satisfactorily clear a thorough background and security check and produce a Social Security card.

Desired Attributes

1. Inspirational — ability to inspire constituents to meet specific, measurable goals 2. Inclusive — a record of support for diversity

3. Visionary — leadership skills to innovate and to identify strategic goals along with practical steps to bring those goals to reality

4. Relational — friendly, approachable, visible

5. Diplomatic — reasoned advocacy for academic affairs 6. Integrity — truthful, open, transparent, humble 7. Analytical — data-driven decision making

8. Decisive — strong, committed and action-oriented

NOMINATIONS AND APPLICATIONS

The search committee will begin reviewing applications in January and will continue until an appointment is made. To assure full consideration, application materials must be submitted by January 30, 2016. Applications must include: (1) a letter of interest that addresses the relevancy of applicant’s background and experience to the agenda items listed in this profile; (2) a curriculum vita; (3) a list of five professional references with email addresses and telephone numbers (references will not be contacted without prior authorization from the applicant, typically in the more advanced stage of the search-screening process). Applications and nominations should be sent electroni-cally (MS Word preferred) to: FDUProvost@agbsearch.com. The search committee is being assisted by:

Paul R. Corts, Ph.D. Senior Consultant

AGB Search prc@agbsearch.com

571-243-8709

Fairleigh Dickinson University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race,

color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status. Fairleigh Dickinson University takes affirmative action in support of its policy to employ and advance in employment

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