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Learning Hour Series: Successful Strategies in Higher Education
Start Date: 11/1/2012Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Date: 11/1/2012End Time: 1:00 PM

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Intended for Drexel faculty and professional staff.

What makes a university successful? What makes its students, faculty, and professional staff successful? The answers are in “The 6 P’s”: Purpose, People, Planning, Process, Place, and Performance. Using lessons learned from the nation’s most improved universities, Mr. James R. Tucker, Senior Vice President of Student Life and Administrative Services, will share proven, winning strategies for success and leadership in higher education.

As Senior Vice President, Mr. Tucker oversees the largest non-academic administrative division at Drexel University, providing leadership for over 45 departments with approximately 2,000 university and contract employees. He oversees the planning and maintenance of over 8 million square feet and implementation of the University Master Plan with $400 million in facilities construction and renewal, and manages a $180 million annual divisional operating budget. Tucker also serves as President of Academic Properties, Inc. (API), Vice Chair for the University City District and Vice Chair for the Schuylkill River Development Corporation.

Please join us for this exciting and informative session. Lunch will be provided.
Contact Information:
Name: Valerie Williams
Phone: 6330
Email: vlw33@drexel.edu
Skyview - MacAlister Hall, 6th Floor
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