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Student Leadership: African Education Initiative

While student service is always inspiring, there is something really special when a student takes a highly specialized skill...

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The Confidence to Listen

“I appreciate all the work that was put into last night's book discussion sponsored by the Office of Equity and Inclusion. ...

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Leadership Lab: The Power of Public Service

Working in small groups, students identified pending public policy issues that had meaning for them personally. This was the...

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Student Leadership: Bringing Civil Discourse to Life

At a time when common courtesy and respectful debate feel like distant memories, I was uplifted by Political Discord & Civil...

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Student Leadership: I Am Black

“That was really courageous,” said one of my advisees as we gathered after Raven Sead’s Meditation. Raven, an 11th-grade...

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The Heroic Leadership of MLK

 As an American History teacher, I’ve always been deeply interested in stories of human liberty. And it is in the quest for...

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Teaching Emotional Intelligence

In his groundbreaking book Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman describes a key set of abilities and characteristics...

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Student Leadership: The Power of Journaling

In the Center for Leadership (CFL) we focus on developing skills and mindsets that will serve students throughout life. Part...

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