Dr. Christoph Weber with the Department of World Languages, Literatures, & Cultures with the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences completed the University of North Texas Leadership Fellows program.
The Office of the Provost hosted Dr. Weber and its six cohorts at a recent completion ceremony after completing the year-long program.
Since its inception in 2008, the UNT Leadership Fellows program support individual and organizational skill-building. The chosen fellows participate in various activities including meetings with senior-level administrators, professional conferences, conducting campus tours, receiving executive coaching, and self-reflection. The program helps identify, foster, and support emerging leaders as they prepare to further their leadership trajectory and offers cohorts the opportunity to engage with campus leaders in targeted discussions regarding current campus issues and build leadership skills.
Dr. Weber, an associate professor specializes in eighteenth and twentieth-century German literature and aesthetic theory, with a special interest in the cultural representation of nature in literature and fine arts. He is completing a book project on the literary representation of natural disasters in 18th-century German texts.
To learn more about the UNT Faculty Leadership Fellows program, visit: vpaa.unt.edu/fs/development/lf
Christoph Weber can be viewed by visiting his page here