The Program for Leadership and Character is pleased to announce our spring course offerings from our faculty, staff, and postdoctoral fellows. Each of these courses features a strong emphasis on leadership and character and enables the Program to significantly increase its impact on graduate and undergraduate students.
Courses taught by Leadership and Character faculty and staff include:
- “Character and the Professions,” Michael Lamb, Interdisciplinary Humanities Program, and Kenneth Townsend, School of Law
- “Christianity, Character, and Public Life,” Bradley Burroughs, School of Divinity
- “Issues and Trends in Education: Hip-Hop Pedagogy, Poetics, and Remixes for Higher Education,” Donovan Livingston, Department of Education
- “Leadership and Character in the Professions,” Kenneth Townsend, School of Law
- “Professional and Leadership Skills,” Elizabeth Whiting Pierce, Sustainability Graduate Programs
Courses taught by Leadership and Character Postdoctoral Fellows include:
- “Character and Medicine,” Caroline Christoff, Interdisciplinary Humanities Program
- “The Character of Entrepreneurship,” Kerri Cissna, Center for Entrepreneurship
- “Dialogues with Antiquity: Commencing Character,” Caroline Christoff, Interdisciplinary Humanities Program
- “Entrepreneurial Leadership,” Kerri Cissna, Center for Entrepreneurship
- “Ethical Leadership in Computer Science,” William Cochran, Department of Computer Science
- “Welcoming the Stranger: Migration, Citizenship, and the Virtue of Hospitality,” Stephanie Mota Thurston, School of Divinity
Additionally, through a generous grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc., we were able to offer course development grants to dozens of faculty members who have integrated leadership and character education into their courses. To learn more about this exciting grant, click here.