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Recently published in Innovative Higher Education, CIRTL colleague Lucas Hill authored this article focused on local CIRTL leaders who run institutional-level programs, connect their institution to the CIRTL Network and engage in vital campus-based boundary-spanning roles. It presents the results of four CIRTL institutional case studies that identified six boundary-spanning leadership traits and three institutional characteristics found to influence local CIRTL programs. The article concludes with six boundary-spanning leadership principles that can be applied more generally within the SoTL community.

Lucas Hill is an Associate Researcher & Evaluator within the Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.