Leadership Education

Gary and the Battered Cow {PHL 118}

When I walked in to my first 8 am philosophy class with my LAS cohort, I was tired. I was not looking forward to doing any deep thinking when my mind was still half asleep. But then in walked Gary Fuller. After introducing himself to us, Gary began to tell us a story called "Harry… Continue reading Gary and the Battered Cow {PHL 118}

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Leadership Education

Note To Self: Don’t Use Clip Art or Comic Sans {LDR 200}

LDR 200, also known as Introduction to Leadership, was my favorite class of the week to attend in my second semester. Though a three hour class may seem grueling, it was worthwhile to spend it with my cohort while learning about one thing we all bond over: leadership. LDR 200 was structured around two key… Continue reading Note To Self: Don’t Use Clip Art or Comic Sans {LDR 200}

Leadership Education

LDR 200 Theory Application: Behavioral Approach

In my LDR 200 class, we learned about leadership theories through workshops presented by my classmates. In these workshops, my cohort and I learned not only the theories, but ways in which they are applied in real life. One workshop that I held at high importance was the behavioral approach of leadership. This theory emphasizes both… Continue reading LDR 200 Theory Application: Behavioral Approach

Leadership Development

Relay for Life LEAD Team

The Leader Advancement Scholarship protocol makes it mandatory that recipients join what are called "LEAD Teams." There are many different teams, each specializing in an event that the Leadership Institute puts on. My event was Relay for Life, in which the Leadership Institute created a team to fundraise for the American Cancer Society and worked a table at… Continue reading Relay for Life LEAD Team