From command to community : a new approach to leadership education in colleges and universities
Source:Civil society, Tufts University Press; University Press of New England, Medford, Mass.; Hanover N.H., p.277 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb HM781 .F76 2011
Keywords:Civic leaders--Training of--United States, Community and college--United States, Community leadership--Study and teaching (Higher)--United States
Contents: Courage for the tough questions: leadership and adaptive learning / Alma G. Blount -- The potential of service-learning student leadership / Edward Zlotkowski, Katelyn Horowitz, and Sarah Benson -- The civic engagement movement and the democratization of the academy / Matthew Hartley and Ira Harkavy -- Public and community-based leadership education / Kathleen Knight Abowitz, Stephanie Raill Jayanandhan, and Sarah Woiteshek -- No one leads alone: making leadership a common experience / Kathy Postel Kretman -- Educating for democratic leadership at Stanford, UMass, and Providence College / Tania Mitchell ... [et al.] -- Civic leadership and public achievement at the University of Denver's Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning / Sarah McCauley ... [et al.] -- Assessing the effects of institutional culture on leadership education at Tufts University / Elizabeth Hollander ... [et al.] -- Community colleges returning home: community institutions for community leadership / Decker Ngongang -- Exploring leadership through international education: civic learning through study abroad in Uganda / Adam Weinberg, Rebecca Hovey, and Carol Bellamy -- The role of higher education in public leadership / Paul C. Light -- Organizing 101: lessons I wish I'd learned on campus / Stephen Smith -- Conclusion / Cynthia M. Gibson and Nicholas V. Longo.