Engaged Curriculum Grants

Leadership Development Curriculum

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) offers a rich history of college-wide collaboration and community partnerships. Now the college is laying the groundwork for linking community engagement to a leadership development curriculum, across all CALS majors. Through this planning process, faculty, staff, and students are exploring best practices and creating more intentional opportunities for students to build the skills necessary to practice engagement and leadership competencies. The ultimate goal is to foster actively engaged, reflective, and compassionate students who understand the nature of reciprocity in community-based endeavors.

Grant type: Planning

The Team

  • Clint Sidle, Park Leadership Fellows Program, Johnson Graduate School for Management
  • Don Viands, Academic Programs
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Michael Hoffman, Agricultural Experiment Station
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Brian Chabot, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Antonio DiTommaso, School of Integrative Plant Science – Soil and Crop Sciences Section
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Marcia Eames-Sheavly, School of Integrative Plant Science –Horticulture Section
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Robert Gravani, Department of Food Science
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Kevin Kniffin, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, SC Johnson College of Business
  • Amy Kohut
    Physical Education Administration/Cornell Team and Leadership Center
  • Poppy McLeod, Department of Communication
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Marvin Pritts, School of Integrative Plant Science – Horticulture Section
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Kari Sue Richards, School of Integrative Plant Science – Soil and Crop Sciences Section
    College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Annie Socci
    Physical Education Administration/Cornell Team and Leadership Center
  • Amy Somchanhmavong, Public Service Center
  • Community partner: To be developed

 


Engaged Curriculum Grants

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