Monday, November 16th | 4:00 pm | Delivered Remotely

Pillar: Ethical or Inclusive

Lessons in Leadership are small, interactive conversations in which students get to explore a unique perspective on leadership by connecting with an OSU campus or community partner who is in some way involved in social change work. We invite you to this conversation with Dr. David Rothwell & Dr. Leanne Giordono from the OSU Poverty & Inequality Research Group to explore the intersection of poverty alleviation and leadership. Our guests will share their research on poverty measurement and how social policies shape poverty. We’ll discuss effective leadership to address poverty and family inequalities, and how the measurement of poverty can drive this leadership. We hope you’ll join this conversation with us!

Members who are interested need to:

1. Register at: Community Engagement & Leadership homepage

2. Email Helena Raposo after the event at: COEleadershipacademy@oregonstate.edu with proof of attendance to this virtual event (can be your notes from the event, or a screenshot of the event).
3. Upon verification of your participation following the project, you will receive access to complete a brief survey reflection via the Academy Portal as required for all Academy events.

 

Not a member? Submit your application today!

(All OSU engineering students in good academic standing are eligible to apply)