Tag Archives: LAS

Mentee & Me

Where do I even begin?  When I took up the mentor role, to be quite frank, I didn’t even feel like I knew what I was doing yet myself.  I still reached out to my mentor consistently, whether it be … Continue reading

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Communication is Key

“I want you to look back at this class and think ‘I enjoyed going to Moore Hall at 2PM.’” –Elizabeth Carlson. In Elizabeth Carlson’s Communication in Leadership class, my cohort studied a variety of concepts including leadership theories, leadership and … Continue reading

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In the Spotlight

As part of my Leader Advancement Scholarship Protocol, I was given the opportunity to be on a LEAD Team.  There are a number different LEAD Teams that are available to us through the Leadership Institute, and this year, I had the privilege … Continue reading

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LDR 200L

This year as a part of both the Leadership Minor and LAS Protocol, my cohort and I took Leadership 200L Introduction to Leadership.  In class, each one of us was placed into two separate groups – one for facilitating an … Continue reading

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Political Science

How did I end up in this class?  This was the first question that I asked myself in regards to PSC 105L, a required class for both the Leadership Minor and LAS Protocol.  You might be wondering, “Kendall, if it’s … Continue reading

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