LDR 200 REFLECTION

The bigger and badder LDR 100; LDR 200. This was the second course I've taken with my LAS cohort of the year and yes it has leadership written all over it. The goal of this course was to give us a better understanding of theoretical, philosophical, and conceptual foundations of leadership. OR, for a less... Continue Reading →

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HST 110L REFLECTION

I not going to lie I wasn't too 'fired up' for a history class but now that I am just weeks away from completing the course I can say that it was definitely beneficial (I guess the advisors know what they're doing). The course was very similar to the 'American History' class we all took... Continue Reading →

LAS-in-the-D

Wow! LAS-in-the-D was such a successful trip jam-packed with so many new memories and learning outcomes. Detroit felt and looked so different than I expected (haven't been to the city in almost 2 years) and we, LAS, truly had a blast. Planned for the trip was a visit with the students at Jalen Rose Leadership... Continue Reading →

LEADERSHIP = “YES!”

My professor for one of my leadership courses posed this question: "Does leadership come from a 'yes' or a 'no'?" I'm not going to lie, this question tripped me up quite a bit. I wasn't sure what it meant or how to answer it. Of course, my professor instructed that we either side with "yes"... Continue Reading →

LEADERSHIP LECTURES

Throughout this semester, I have sat through several incredible leadership lectures. Here are a few that I think are worth sharing. In one of my earlier blogs I wrote about my experience at Connections Conference and the sessions I attended there. When we first got there we received a booklet detailing the different sessions we could... Continue Reading →

PSYCHology

I took AP Psychology my junior year of high school and fell in love with the subject. For a while I was considering pursuing a career in psychology until I stumbled upon the event management world. It was so fascinating to me how much goes on in our brains and how it affects everything around... Continue Reading →

DEBATE? debate.

Going into my Introduction to Debate class this semester I was slightly concerned with how well I would do in the class. I had never taken a public speaking class or debate class, and in the past speaking in front of others used to terrify me. Before Introduction to Debate I felt confident enough to... Continue Reading →

“A LEADER’S LEGACY” REFLECTION

This semester, my Introduction to Leadership Education class was divided into groups to read and analyze a leadership text. My group was assigned the book "A Leader's Legacy" by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner. We identified the four major themes of the book which were Significance, Relationships, Aspirations, and Courage. Each theme encompassed several different... Continue Reading →

Making CONNECTIONS

What a refreshing and beneficial weekend at Great Wolf Lodge with CMU's Leadership Institute! Connections Conference was all about building networks and making connections with others who share the same vision and desire to make the world a better place through leadership. The weekend was filled with insightful speakers, collaborative workshops, interactive sessions, and socials. I... Continue Reading →

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