FALL 2014 LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS
- Check out the fall and winter schedule for Chancellor's Leadership Luncheons. All are welcome, please RSVP by contacting Amy Karaban Finley:
- Thursday, September 25 at 12 pm in 1225 UC
- Wednesday, October 29 at 12 pm in 1225 UC
- Monday, December 1 at 12 pm in 1225 UC
- Wednesday, January 28 at 12 pm in 1225 UC
- Thursday, March 12 at 12 pm in 1225 UC
- Monday, April 6 at 12 pm in 1225 UC
- Leadership Lens interactive speaker Lin Klassen coming to campus to present "Face Reading" on Wednesday, September 10 at 5 pm in the House of Maize and Blue in the Union at Dearborn!
- Leadership Lens film: Principal Story, Wednesday, September 24 at 5 pm in the House of Maize and Blue
- Leadership Lens film: Detroit Unleaded, Tuesday, November 11 at 2 pm, location TBA
The Office for Student Engagement leadership programs are designed to develop student leadership at all levels. It is the vision of University of Michigan-Dearborn leadership programs to:
- Develop socially responsible, critical thinkers
- Inspire students to be conscientious and engaged citizens at the collegiate, regional, national and global level
- Engage students at a personal level in their own communities
- Prepare students to lead with purpose
Blueprints is a transformational leadership development opportunity for student leaders committed to positive social change. The program is a comprehensive, year long leadership opportunity which helps students refine their leadership skills, understand the context of leadership through leadership theory education, and become agents of positive social change.
Leadership Lens Film Series
This Leadership Lens Film Series, a new piece of the growing leadership program at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
This film series will expose students, faculty and staff to poignant, controversial, and conversation starting films, relevant to leadership. After each film, moderated discussion will allow all attendees the opportunity to participate by sharing their thoughts and ideas about the film, the broad issues in the film, and leadership.
Other Exciting Leadership Opportunities:
The Office for Student Engagement is proud to host the Student Leadership Awards, a tradition awarding outstanding leadership on campus in a variety of categories. This year, we will hold the Student Leadership Awards in April. This year's Student Leadership Awards will be held on Wednesday, April 11 in Kochoff Hall, UC. More details to follow!
Chancellor Little hosts three luncheons per semester with student leaders to talk about issues facing students globally and locally. Spots are limited. For more information contact the Office for Student Engagement today! Space is limited so RSVPs to the Office for Student Engagement at (313) 593-5390 are encouraged.
University Partners Detroit Student Leadership Program powered by Leadership Detroit is an inter-institutional higher education leadership development initiative, in collaboration with Leadership Detroit, a program of the Detroit Regional Chamber. The mission of the initiative is to catalyze change in Southeast Michigan Region through engaged and informed emerging young leaders. Participating institutions include Lawrence Technological University, Marygrove College, Oakland Univeristy, University of Detroit Mercy, University of Michigan-Dearborn, University of Windsor, and Wayne State University.
Social Entrepreneurs Emerging in Detroit (SEED)
A partnership between the CIViC and the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative, this new leadership program is perfect for students interested in issues of social justice, food justice, urban farming or those simply interested in social innovation! This program runs April - October and combines education and service!
The National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL), sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA), is the only conference that brings together college women to address important and contemporary leadership issues and also promotes career development, job search readiness, and success in the workplace. Students return home ready to improve their campuses and communities.
A Conversation on Race is an ongoing series that provides students, faculty, staff, and community members with the opportunity to discuss issues surrounding race in an open, honest forum. Facilitated by students, A Conversation on Race is a "safe space" for any questions or remarks about a variety of different racial topics.
We have over 180 recognized student organizations on campus! On our website you’ll find a complete list of student organizations ranging from academic, honorary, political, cultural, and Greek organizations.
Do you want to become involved in improving your community? Do you have the willingness to make a difference? To find a volunteer opportunity that is right for you, visit our CIViC (Community Involvement and Volunteerism Center) website!