The Staley School of Leadership Studies is committed to promoting learning both inside and outside the classroom. In addition to service-learning and civic engagement activities, students also have opportunities to learn through travel and participation at conferences and other leadership development activities.
Read about these recent learning opportunities from students who attended the International Leadership Association (ILA) Conference, the IMPACT Conference, a site visit to The Gambia, and the McDonough Leadership Conference. Continue reading “Student Learning Extends Beyond the Classroom”
Last week, the Staley School of Leadership Studies announced the 57 students who were selected to serve as Class Leaders for LEAD 212: Introduction to Leadership Concepts for the Fall 2017 semester. Continue reading “Newly-Selected Class Leaders Prepare for Fall 2017”
This semester marks the launch of our Community-Engaged Leadership Certificate program! This partnership between the Staley School of Leadership Studies and Points of Light is a 1-year, 12-credit hour undergraduate certificate, offered to students using a virtual format.
Continue reading “Community-Engaged Leadership Certificate Program Launches”