Montana administrator shadowing Utah State leaders

LOGAN, Utah (AP) – Utah State University President Stan Albrecht is mentoring an administrator from Montana who is visiting the school as part of a national fellowship program. Jill Thorngren, the 41-year-old associate dean of Montana State University’s College of Education, Health and Human Development, is spending a year at Utah State shadowing Albrecht and Provost Ray Coward. She will eventually work on a project under their supervision and participate in weeklong seminars and national meetings hosted by the American Council on Education. ACE is sponsoring Thorngrens fellowship. It is designed to help up-and-coming administrators learn leadership skills. This year 42 ACE fellows were selected from schools across the country.

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