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A Spark for Leadership

Having never attended any sort of leadership conference in high school, I had little expectations for “Spark.” I arrived with an open mind ready to experience something new and to grow in my leadership skills. 365 more words


Choosing Civility by: P.M. Forni

Leadership Education (LDR 100) is a required course for the Leadership Advancement Scholarship program. For our final project in the class, we were given a book highlighting leadership principles, and then asked to present on what we learned from the book. 289 more words


Introduction to Psychology: PSY 100L

PSY 100L, or better known as Introduction to Psychology, is a class a part of the protocol for the Leadership Advancement Scholarship (LAS) program. The purpose of the class was to introduce LAS to psychology in a way that was related back to leadership. 198 more words

Consider Others

Branching Out Your Free Time: Netflix and No Chill

I’m sure for many of you, the title of this blog encouraged you to look further into the post. It is not necessary to feel guilty about it though, Becky Wang and Dustin Abrego purposefully used that as the title of their lecture to get people interested in coming to their presentation. 320 more words


Disconnect to Connect

The Central Connections Conference is a leadership conference held at the Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City, Michigan. The Leader Advancement Scholar Cohort and other student leaders around Central Michigan University’s campus got to experience this. 373 more words


Wolfs and Water Parks and Connections Oh My!

A requirement of the Leadership Advancement Scholarship is to attend the Connections Leadership Conference during our Freshman year. This conference was opened to all leaders on CMU’s campus who wished to further their leadership skills and wanted to meet more leaders like themselves. 451 more words


Leadership Lecture - Soccer Team

Central Michigan University’s Women’s Soccer team is phenomenal.  I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to listen to head coach Peter McGahey, along with two players from the team who talked about their experiences as leaders of the team.  166 more words