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Professor Michael Harris New chancellor IU Kokomo, Kokomo Perspective, פרופסור וצ'נסלור מייקל הריס

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Michael Harris selected as new chancellor of IU Kokomo, Kokomo Perspective, פרופסור וצ'נסלור מייקל הריס

Michael Harris selected as new chancellor of IU Kokomo, Kokomo Perspective, פרופסור וצ'נסלור מייקל הריס

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  • 1. Michael Harris selected as new chancellor of IU Kokomo - Kokomo Perspective: News http://kokomoperspective.com/...s/michael-harris-selected-as-new-chancellor-of-iu-kokomo/article_fb37578e-3684-11df-b5ef-001cc4c002e0.html?mode=story[1/25/2014 10:11:09 AM] Most Recent Sport Shorts Lana Pham, a freshman at Kokomo High Sch… Ivy Tech Kokomo’s Gwenn Eldri… Gwenn Eldridge, assistant professor and chai… The not so transparency gover… Public information difficult to find due to lack o… URGENT - WINTER WEATHER … NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAP… Don’t hold your breath for India… The legal sale of recreational marijuana bega… Eastern moves to HHC in 5-0 d… After an intense two hours of public input and … IU Kokomo hits new record for … Spring semester enrollment at Indiana Univer… URGENT - WINTER WEATHER … NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAP… Bona Vista, United Way provide… Bona Vista’s Positive Results for Kids will offe… Out with the old, in with the new Students at Maple Crest Middle school return… Advanced Search 28° Scattered Clouds Home News Vitals Sports Lifestyles Blogs E-Edition Events Coupons Login | Signup Welcome to the site! Login or Signup below. Home News Share Print Font Size: Michael Harris selected as new chancellor of IU Kokomo Posted: Tuesday, March 23, 2010 10:02 am Michael Harris, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Kettering University in Flint, Mich., has been selected as the new chancellor of Indiana University Kokomo, it was announced today (March 23) by IU President Michael A. McRobbie. His appointment is subject to approval by the IU Board of Trustees. Harris has served in his current position since 2007 and is also a professor of public policy. He served as vice president for academic affairs at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Mich., from 2004-07 and as associate provost at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Mich., from 2000-04. He received a doctorate from IU in public policy. "Michael is a thoughtful, enthusiastic and proven leader whose experiences in higher education and longstanding commitment to academic excellence will enable him to continue the outstanding growth of Indiana University's Kokomo campus, which this year has seen its highest enrollment in 10 years," McRobbie said. "I look forward to working with him to further strengthen the academic environment in Kokomo and continue to build upon the strong partnerships we have built in the region." Harris said he is "honored and humbled" to assume his new position at IU Kokomo. "This is an exciting time to join IU," he said. "I come to IU Kokomo when the campus is poised to continue to grow and excel in its undergraduate and graduate programs. And, the timing is right for additional collaboration so the campus can play a significant role as an economic development engine to improve the well being of the region. "I'm looking forward to working with colleagues to shape IU Kokomo's future, lead it to even greater heights and assist President McRobbie in achieving his vision for IU," he continued. "At the same time, it is also hard for me to leave Kettering University. It is an excellent institution with special people, and I take immense pride in all that President Stan Liberty and I have accomplished working together. I enjoyed and Story Comments Image (1) Michael Harris GO
  • 2. Michael Harris selected as new chancellor of IU Kokomo - Kokomo Perspective: News http://kokomoperspective.com/...s/michael-harris-selected-as-new-chancellor-of-iu-kokomo/article_fb37578e-3684-11df-b5ef-001cc4c002e0.html?mode=story[1/25/2014 10:11:09 AM] appreciated my time at Kettering. "Tali and I are delighted. We relish the opportunity. It is great to return to IU, my alma mater." Harris was chosen from among four finalists for the position who were identified by a 12-member search committee headed by IU East Chancellor Nasser Paydar. "Dr. Harris has a dynamic personality with great energy and determination," Paydar said. "His experience as the chief academic officer in two institutions has well prepared him for this challenging position." Former IU Kokomo Chancellor Ruth Person left the position in 2008 to become chancellor at the University of Michigan-Flint after serving since 1999. Stuart Green has been serving as interim chancellor since August 2008. He had formerly served as vice chancellor for the IU Kokomo Office of Academic Affairs. "Stuart's leadership has been extremely important to IU Kokomo, especially during this time of transition, and we deeply appreciate his service to the campus," McRobbie said. The new IU Kokomo chancellor will be expected to work closely with a newly formed IU office that will develop and implement a distinct collective mission for IU's regional campuses. The office is headed by John Applegate, vice president for university regional affairs, planning and policy. "Michael has an excellent record of accomplishment, and I'm looking forward to working with him as we chart the future of IU's regional campuses," Applegate said. As the chief ranking academic officer for Kettering University, Harris has been responsible for all aspects of the academic mission of the university, including oversight of academic budgets, the appointment of faculty and all academic and curricular matters. In addition, he has served as the vice president for student affairs. Harris led Kettering, in collaboration with Swedish Bio-gas International and the City of Flint, to develop the state's first Center of Energy Excellence, receiving $1 million from the Department of Energy. He initiated Entrepreneurship Across the Curriculum as a tool to enhance an innovation mindset among graduates. Harris developed strategies to increase enrollment for graduate programs, international undergraduate admissions, study abroad programs and international delegation partnerships, in addition to overseeing three successful accreditation processes. He helped guide Kettering to four national rankings in the 2009 and 2010 editions of America's Best Colleges in the category of undergraduate engineering schools whose highest degree is a bachelor's or master's degree, including a No. 1 ranking in industrial and manufactured engineering and a No. 2 ranking in mechanical engineering. While at Ferris State University, he was successful in strengthening the areas of academics, teaching, research, scholarship, retention, assessment and service. He increased online education, aided progress in assessment efforts and led Ferris through several successful accreditations. He was the principal investigator for several grants, including $1 million from the Dow Foundation to construct new facilities. Harris specializes in public policy and political economy and has published three books, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in State and Local Government (edited with Rhonda Kinney), Term Limits (co-authored with Gideon Doron) and Public Policy and Electoral Reform: The Case of Israel. His fourth book, Leading the Learner- Centered Campus (co-authored with R. Cullen), is due later this spring. He has published in a variety of journals, such as The International Journal of Public Administration, Government and Policy, Nonprofit Quarterly, Utopian Studies, Israel Affairs, Israel Studies, Academic Leader, Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education and Innovative Higher Education, as well as published chapters in several edited volumes. He serves as a political commentator to a variety of broadcast and print media in the United States and Israel (including NPR, Fox, Voice of Israel and the Washington Post). Recognition of his teaching, research and service include the following honors: an Honorary Doctorate in Educational Administration from Ave Maria College, Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching from Eastern Michigan University, Teaching Excellence Award from EMU's Alumni Association, recognition for Excellence in Teaching from the American Political Science Association and the Michigan Association of Governing Boards Distinguished Faculty Award. Harris earned a bachelor's degree in economics and business administration from Bar-Ilan University in Israel in Leading the … Michael Harris, Roxanne Cullen, Maryellen Weimer … Hardcover (1) $42.00 $30.79 Developing … Phyllis Blumberg, Maryellen Weimer … Paperback (2) $40.00 $32.31 The Learner-Centered Curriculum: Design and Implementation … Roxanne Cullen, Michael Harris, Reinhold R. Hill, Maryellen Weimer … Hardcover … $40 00 $32 50
  • 3. Michael Harris selected as new chancellor of IU Kokomo - Kokomo Perspective: News http://kokomoperspective.com/...s/michael-harris-selected-as-new-chancellor-of-iu-kokomo/article_fb37578e-3684-11df-b5ef-001cc4c002e0.html?mode=story[1/25/2014 10:11:09 AM] PrintShare More From This Site Ballroom Dancing Sport Shorts Charley’s Philly Steaks calls Kokomo home KPD makes armed robbery arrest Kokomo middle school basketball results 1-22 From Around The Web 10 Celebs We Didn’t Know Were Gay (Rant Lifestyle) New Rule Hits Tennessee (Lifestyle Journal) 2-Year-Old Found Wandering in Woods Clutching His Mom's Suicide Note (Articles in the News) Johnny Damon Says Yankees’ Signing of Jacoby Ellsbury ‘Puts Them Right Back Into the Race Again’ (NESN) Tennessee's New Rule (Lifestyle Journal) 1982 and a master's degree in public management and budgeting from Tel Aviv University in Israel in 1986. He earned his Ph.D. from IU in 1993. He is also a graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Institute for Educational Management and the Management Development Program. He is married to Tali, and they have three sons. IU Kokomo, which serves an 11-county area in north central Indiana, is committed to enhancing the educational and professional attainment of the residents of the region by providing a wide range of bachelor's degrees and a limited number of master's and associate degrees. It is further dedicated to enhancing research, creative work and other scholarly activity, promoting diversity and strengthening the economic and cultural vitality of the region and the state through a variety of partnerships and programs. More about Indiana University Kokomo ARTICLE: IU Kokomo hits new record for spring enrollment ARTICLE: Cougars honored for academic, athletic success ARTICLE: IU Kokomo students join in tornado relief effort ARTICLE: IU Kokomo launches Cougar Tornado Relief ARTICLE: IUK Homecoming includes HoF induction More about Top ARTICLE: Right to Work is about judging unions ARTICLE: Oakbrook members shot while on mission trip ARTICLE: KPD Investigators Detain Juveniles in Kokomo High School Burglary ARTICLE: Howard Regional and IU Health Discontinue Integration Discussions ARTICLE: State will appeal U.S. District Court ruling that would allow political robo-calls Posted in News on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 10:02 am. | Tags: Indiana University Kokomo, Top Recommended by by TaboolaSponsored ContentFrom The Web Smart Money Times New 2014 Rule in U.S: Read This If You Pay for Car Insurance Education Portal Best 5 Graduate Degrees You Should Just Do Online HealthiNation Learn about the treatments for MS Each Move Why Do 99% of Americans Overpay for Their Website?
  • 4. Michael Harris selected as new chancellor of IU Kokomo - Kokomo Perspective: News http://kokomoperspective.com/...s/michael-harris-selected-as-new-chancellor-of-iu-kokomo/article_fb37578e-3684-11df-b5ef-001cc4c002e0.html?mode=story[1/25/2014 10:11:09 AM] © Copyright 2014, Kokomo Perspective, Kokomo, IN. Powered by BLOX Content Management System [Terms of Service | Privacy Policy] Sections Home Blogs Sports Xtra KP Savings Radio Video Weather Services About Us Contact Us Subscriptions Submission Forms Contact us kokomoperspective.com Kokomo Perspective Phone number:(765) 452-0055 Address: 209 N. Main Kokomo, IN 46901 All Daily Sports Xtra Kp Savings Radio Video Photo Galleries Search Search in: Search

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