Engaging Young Leaders - Leadership Minor | University of Minnesota





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Intentional Emergence brings together best practices in curriculum and classroom techniques with case-in-point strategies such as noticing and intervening all in an over-arching context of choosing to challenge or support students in the moment. By being utterly intentional about how instructors prepare to teach and then by bringing curiosity and compassion to be open to what may emerge in the space—educators can create the foundation for transformational moments.

To request disability accommodations, please email Anna Capeder at acapeder@umn.edu or call 612-624-1559.

The 17-credit Leadership Minor program is interdisciplinary, multidimensional, experiential, and global. As a participant, you will explore and experience multiple frameworks of leadership. The program prepares you for real-life leadership experiences, both on campus and in the larger global community by combining social change theories of leadership with authentic community leadership.

Learn more at: http://www.lead.umn.edu/minor/

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