OFE Event - Teaching and Modeling Leadership in the Classroom

Friday, September 17, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Building 1, J.J. Daniel Hall, Room 1401 or via Zoom
Event Type
Employee Training
Contact
Dr. Gordon Rakita
(904) 620-1658
Link
https://events.unf.edu/MasterCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?EventDetailId=1132756

What does leadership look like in the classroom, and how can you model it in meaningful ways for your students? Join us for a presentation of best practices and an interactive discussion. 

  • Facilitators: Dr. Matthew Ohlson, Associate Professor, Department of Leadership, School Counseling and Sports Management, and Director of the Taylor Leadership Institute; Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Gregg, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Leadership, School Counseling and Sports Management; Dr. Amanda Pascale, Associate Professor, Department of Leadership, School Counseling and Sports Management and FE Fellow; and Dr. Gordon Rakita, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and AVP of Faculty Excellence  
This is a hybrid event, so come in person to the OFE's new faculty lounge (Building 1, Room 1401) or attend via Zoom.  
 

This event is a collaboration between the Office of Faculty Excellence and the Taylor Leadership Institute 

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