Our trip to China was a part of one of the classes in the Ed.D. in organizational leadership, and it had many valuable applications for work and life.
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Leadership can be read about and covered in class. But how do you create the experience of being a leader in a global community in a classroom?
GSEP students and alumni are practicing in new cultures and foreign languages, building international ties as part of a global community.
Bonita Coleman traveled to the Pantanal region, Brazil, and got involved in a series of nature studies, and her students are learning from her adventures.
Instead of packing our books and heading to campus, we traveled to Costa Rica, where the doctoral program in organization change held a class session on global policy.
In the summer of 1999, one month after the bombing of Kosovo had ceased, I took a trip to my hometown, Lebane, Serbia, to visit my family and friends.
The Longs developed the Champions project in Taiwan. It teaches students about character, values, and decision making, all centered around the concept of love.
Student Stephen Pender argues that the best way to heal disease and feed mouths is to provide them with a means to eventually earn those necessities themselves.