New and Evolving Academic Leaders (NEAL)
Through this program, participants develop their mindsets and capabilities to successfully lead their academic division, program, research, education or other unit and help enable the success of their academic teams.
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Innovative. Accessible. Connected.
Tools for Leadership & Beyond.
Through this program, participants develop their mindsets and capabilities to successfully lead their academic division, program, research, education or other unit and help enable the success of their academic teams. NEAL methods create endless opportunities to meet, share experiences and develop supportive connections with peers and leaders from a diversity of academic locales.
Please note: Additional details including program dates and tuition will be coming soon
For more information, please visit the NEAL Program page.
Please note: Applications for 2022-2023 are now closed. Program Details for the 2023-2024 NEAL offering are coming soon.
Tuition fee reflects the Standard Rate fee for 2022-2023. Please note this base rate is subject to change.
Discounts are applied for those who apply by the Early Bird deadline and for those with a PhD in the following departments: Anatomy, Biochemistry, Immunology, Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, Medical Biophysics, Molecular Genetics, Nutritional Sciences, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Physiology.
September 11, 2023 - June 6, 20249:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDTApplications open Winter 2023!Start date: Sep 11Duration: 1 yearSessions:
Modules 1-3Mon 11 Sep 09:00 - Thu 06 Jun 12:00Toronto
Additional Info:Tags:Applications open Winter 2023!
- $13,050.00 incl. Tax
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