|Oct 9th||LEADS applications due Berry Center|
Cornell LEADS (Leadership, Entrepreneurship, And Distinctive Service) is a distinctive leadership program in which students examine the qualities of leadership and its social importance by interacting with leaders from all walks of life.
Each year a select group of 20 students has the extraordinary opportunity to learn about leadership by participating in a seminar, a panel discussion, and a field trip in which they meet distinguished leaders in eastern Iowa and Chicago. Apply for the LEADS program by Oct. 9.
|11:00 am Oct 12th||Mark Kanazawa Author Talk Thomas Commons|
Golden Rules chronicles the evolvement of California water rights established during the days of the California Gold Rush and laws still adhered to today.
Join The Berry Center and Dr. Kanazawa
for an examination of California Water Rights & an in depth look at his book followed by lunch with discussion Monday, Oct. 12th.
Lecture in Rm 108 in South Hall at 9:30 a.m. Luncheon in Ringer Hall at 11:30 p.m.
|11:30 am Oct 14th||LEADS kick-off with Tom Jarom Thomas Commons|
Our 2015-2016 kick-off meeting to get acquainted with our sponsor and LEADS participants!
|3:30 pm Oct 26th||LEADS Event #1 with Former President of Cornell, Les Garner Thomas Commons|
In the seminar hosted by Les Garner students will consider the "10 Commandments of Leadership" by viewing contrasting leadership styles in the BBC docu-drama "The Last Place on Earth," chronicling the race to the South Pole between Roald Amundsen (Norway) and Robert Scott (Britain) in 1911. After discussing the docu-drama, students will meet in small groups to identify the objectives and attributes of leadership.
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