PROGRAM BOARD PT. 2

Last year as a freshman I got involved with this organization early on and fell in love with it. Read last year's blog here. I grew very close to the executive board and members so quickly I really felt like I found my place on campus. In my first year I volunteered at several events... Continue Reading →

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SOC 221 REFLECTION

Another requirement for my Leader Advancement Scholarship and Leadership minor is SOC 221 Social Problems. I've taken a couple sociology courses in the past and have thoroughly enjoyed them, so I was really looking forward to diving into this class. The professor of the course had a few learning outcomes she wanted us to gain... Continue Reading →

PHL 118L REFLECTION

Required for the LAS protocol and Leadership Minor is Philosophy 118 Moral Problems. I never thought of myself as a philosophical person but I soon realized that it's beneficial to explore issues and theories in a philosophical manner. The topics discussed in class were utilitarianism, euthanasia, abortion, morality and religion, death penalty, sexuality, war, and... Continue Reading →

I’M A MENTOR?

Wow. Is it really my turn to be a mentor?? In LAS, we value relationships. We know that it’s essential to have strong connections with one another to learn and grow as young individuals, especially when you’re a freshman like me. Every year, the current freshman LAS cohort gets to take one (or more –... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

TED TALK | SIMON SINEK

Simon Sinek began his investigation of how leaders inspire action by exploring what makes leaders stand out. He examined the way they think, act, and communicate and came to the conclusion that effective leaders start with "why". Sinek's quote, "People don't buy what you do, they buy why you do it," explains how great leaders... Continue Reading →

JAMES SUNNOCK

Father, husband, missionary, giver, role model, friend, leader, and Pastor of Victory Life Church, James Sunnock, has helped guide my life for the past four years. I have had the opportunity to know James on a personal level and listen to his teachings, wisdom, advice, and life stories; and I must say, I strive to be more... 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 →

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