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Experiential Learning and Leadership Development


Students in the University Honors Program have the opportunity to take their learning outside of the classroom. All Honors students are expected to achieve the same set of learning outcomes. But, exactly how those outcomes are met is up to the student. Students will explore a variety of experiential learning opportunities to define their own path to leadership development.

Experiential Learning and Leadership Development Outcomes

1.  Translates intelligence into confident leadership

a.     Uses knowledge to build trust among colleagues

b.     Establishes expertise

2.     Implements problem solving skills effectively

a.     Innovates

b.     Applies variety of disciplinary perspectives to problems

c.     Adapts

d.     Practices critical and creative thinking

3.     Communicates effectively to diverse audiences

a.     Addresses conflict directly, but appropriately

b.     Practices empathy to enhance understanding of others

c.     Articulates vision with clarity

d.     Provides appropriate feedback to team members

4.     Sets high standards and achieves goals

a.     Breaks problems down into achievable tasks

b.     Gets results from self and from team

c.     Identifies and acquires resources necessary to achieve success

5.     Develops the potential of others through teamwork

a.     Delegates responsibility

b.     Utilizes the expertise of others

c.     Promotes positive work environment

6.     Practices mindful self-awareness

a.     Acts with intention

b.     Aware of influence on others through actions and words

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