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While everyone has heard about the fantastic walk through the Wren Building at Convocation, our amazingly knowledgeable and helpful professors, and the feeling of true community
The latest addition of the Geology departmental field trip rolled out of Williamsburg last Friday and then floated down the James River on Saturday.
During the summer academic geologists commonly spend time in the field doing research; it’s one of the great things about studying the Earth. I’m
This will be my final post about the DC Summer Institute on Leadership & Community Engagement. It’s been an invaluable summer in Washington DC.
In today’s vlog, I talk about some of my favorite classes. Stay tuned for more!
Interviews Mike Curtain was an obvious choice. He is the CEO of one of DC’s most recognized and successful non-profit organizations, which employs over
Leadership, (a) an influencing process—and its resultant outcomes—that occurs between a leader and followers and (b) how this influencing process is explained by the
Let me preface by saying this is part of an assignment for a leadership theory course I’m taking over the summer. However, I still