In conjunction with the State Board of Education, Boise State University announced a new partnership with Academic Impressions, an organization specializing in professional development resources for higher education faculty and staff. The university recently hosted Academic Impressions training staff for a two-day leadership workshop and these resources are now available to all Boise State faculty and staff.
“I’m excited that we are able to provide faculty and staff with more opportunities for ongoing professional development,” said John Buckwalter, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs. “Academic Impressions has a vast learning library that provides employees with opportunities for career development and helps professionals advance in their knowledge and skills.”
University-wide membership includes a host of training that supports different styles of learning and are specifically designed for professionals working in the higher education industry. The comprehensive library of training aligns with the university’s strategic plan and provides university employees with training, tools and resources to assist with ongoing professional development, leadership training and specialized instruction.
Information about accessing the membership can be accessed through the library.
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