Global Leaders in Residence
"Examples of leadership in action serve as great models for what we want our students to strive to achieve."
- Dr. Bob Hansen, Executive Director of the Emerson Center for Leadership & Service
Begun in 2011, the Global Leaders in Residence program is designed to bring leaders from a variety of academic and professional fields to campus for two to three days to speak to classes, interact socially with students, consult with faculty and staff and deliver a campus-wide presentation on their efforts to make a difference in the world. The program is under the auspices of The Churchill Institute and has two components: the Global Leaders in Residence and the Global Scholars in Residence programs.
2014-2015 Global Leaders in Residence
October 7-10, 2014: Rev. Nicole Ashwood
Rev. Nicole Ashwood serves as the Education in Mission Secretary for the Caribbean and North America Council for Mission - CANACOM.
More on Rev. Ashwood's visit
October 20-21, 2014: Father Joe Maier
Father Joe Maier is an American Redemptorist priest who lives and works in the Klong Toey slums of Bangkok, Thailand.
More on Father Joe's visit