"When the story of these times gets written, we want it to say that we did all we could, and it was more than anyone could have imagined." -Bono
What will your story say? Join fellow students on a journey that will begin to prepare you for leadership roles and responsibilities as citizens of a challenging world. The Leading to a Better World Learning Community will provide you with opportunities to explore your leadership potential, communicate effectively, build confidence, and provide the foundation for life-long skill acquisition.
This learning community is based on active learning in and out of the classroom with structured activities, experiences, and community service designed to promote citizen participation. For students who are looking to make a difference, find their passion, and answer the call to action, this is an opportunity to be involved in leading to a better world.
WGS 101 - Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
Dr. Heather Maldonado, University College
CWP 101 - College Writing I
Prof. Janice Carello, Writing Program
SPC 205 - Introduction to Oral Communication
Prof. Amy Kimmel, Communication Department
CRS 201 - Foundations of Leadership
Prof. Eileen Merberg, University College
PHI 102 - Introduction to Ethics
Dr. John Draeger, Philosophy Department
UNC 101 - Integrated Hour
Team taught by all faculty members plus Mr. Ken Fujiuchi, library liaison, and Ms. Maria Brickhouse, student development liaison.
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