The Center for Integrative Leadership seeks to foster cross-sector and boundary-spanning leadership to address significant societal challenges (sometimes called Grand Challenges) for a greater good.
Each academic year the Center for Integrative Leadership invites a small number of highly accomplished leaders from the private sector, academia, government and the non-profit sector to join us as Executive Leadership Fellows. Fellows bring their experience and expertise to contribute to the life of the Center and the University and in turn benefit from being a part of the University community.
For full bios and a description of where their work with the Center will focus click here.
This week the West Bank Business Association (WBBA) is hosting a "Crash Course" on the West Bank with multiple events and workshops. Join Merrie Benasutti at 3pm on Tuesday, Oct 6 at the Southern Theater to learn about how you can engage with West Bank businesses and organizations. CHANCE student research will be highlighted, as well as current volunteer opportunities. Check out a full description of the weeks activities below.
Workshops and events include:
These serries of events are hosted by the West Bank Business Association and The Southern Theater, the event is a week-long fundraiser, with proceeds going to support local West Bank nonprofits. For a full list of events and more info visit crashcourse.thewestbank.org.
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