The Language of Leading

Com461L: Communication in Leadership was taught by a true shining light on campus, Professor Elizabeth Carlson. Taking this class with my LAS cohort was something that made this class easy to participate in, interesting, engaging, and with the Leadership of Professor Carlson – something I took a lot away from. This class opened up the…

PHL 118: Moral Problems – A Perspective Changer

If you go to CMU and have never had Gary Fuller as a professor, I suggest you close this and register for one of his classes. For LAS we were required to take PHL 118L: Moral Problems, the dreaded 8 a.m. class every Leader Advancement Scholar has to take. While I was not excited to…

Oppression​: Roots and Impact

Privilege. What an interesting concept. We come into the world not choosing our gender, the color of our skin, our abilities, our sexual orientation etc. and yet these things play such a large role in the opportunities we are given. To think that so many acts of violence and hatred stem from the prejudice of…

LDR 200: More Than Just Another Class

This isn’t LDR 100 anymore, this is the big leagues. My second semester of college and my second leadership class taken with my cohort is coming to an end, where did the time go? The goal of this course is to better understand leadership theory, grow one’s conceptualization ability, and better implement philosophical ideas into…