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Sunset picture of Hall of Languages in the winter

Janklow Arts Leadership Program

The Janklow Arts Leadership Program was a 15-month, 39-credit-hour master’s program in the College of Arts and Sciences from 2011 to 2017. Named for the great literary agent Morton L. Janklow ’50, the program trained leaders of nonprofit and for-profit organizations in the creative and performing arts. The Janklow Program was part of the Department of Art and Music Histories, and was led by Founding Director and Professor of Practice Mark Nerenhausen. Despite its brief run, the program enrolled students from all over the world, and forged partnerships with various regional and national organizations, including the Seattle Art Museum, Florida Grand Opera and Atlanta Ballet.