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Spring 2013 LEAD IU Courses

 

EDUC U207 Leadership Training—2 Credits
Section # Classroom Instructor Day and Time Credits Session
26666 TBD Mara Dahlgren & Alan Goodno R 1:00 – 3:45 PM 2 2nd 8 Weeks
26919 TBD Anna Dickherber MW 9:30- 10:45am 2 2nd 8 Weeks
26667 TBD Larry Sefrezo & Melissa Wolter M 1:00–3:45pm 2 2nd 8 Weeks
26668 TBD Cassidy Sansone TR 1:00–2:15pm 2 2nd 8 Weeks

Leadership development and training. Topics may include theories of leadership, group dynamics, organizational theory, and other issues of interest to current or potential student leaders.

EDUC U210 Survival Skills at IU—2 Credits
Section # Classroom Instructor Day and Time Credits Session
26671 IMU Tree Suites Rob Meyer TR 4:00 – 5:15pm 2 1st 8 Weeks
28298 TBD Rachael Amick &Amanda Khampa MW 11:15–12:30pm 2 2nd 8 Weeks

Focuses on survival skills for new students. Topics may include strategies for building self-esteem, increasing assertiveness, managing time, goal setting, and other nonacademic skills that can assist novice students.

 

EDUC U495 Social Change and Politics—2 Credits
Section # Classroom Instructor Day and Time Credits Session
 29121 TBD Demetri Morgan TR 2:30 – 3:45pm 2 2nd 8 Weeks

What do immigration reform, GLBT rights, affirmative action and the feminist movement all have in common? They all are social issues in the United States that impact the way that we live our lives and they all are influenced by the political process. Understanding the intersection of social issues and the political process is critical to understanding how change happens in the United States. This 8-week course will analyze a range of social issues and equip students with the skills to get involved in making change in their own communities through related readings and in class and out of class activities.

 

EDUC U495 Student Leader Program—1 Credit
Section # Classroom Instructor Day and Time Credits Session
25034 TBD Kala Grove R 5:45-7:00pm 1 2nd 8 Weeks

Attendance at the Catalyst Student Leader Retreat is required to enroll in this course. Students enrolled in this course will: Complete the Strengths Finder 2.0 and identify their 5 strength themes; reflect on how to incorporate and utilize their strengths; name their values and identify strategies for acting in congruence with them; reflect on acting in congruence with their values; students will share and reflect on the challenges and successes in enacting their action plans. Instructor permission is required to enroll in this course.

 

EDUC U495 Fraternity and Sorority Relevance—1 Credit
Section # Classroom Instructor Day and Time Credits Session
25031 TBD Steve Veldkamp& Janine Myers TBD 1 2nd 8 Weeks

Students who successfully complete this course will understand the socio-economic context of the founding of the American fraternity and sorority movement; reflect and evaluate how well the values of the organizations have been maintained over time; and demonstrate and articulate the relevance of fraternity and sororities in the 21st century.

 

EDUC U495 Advanced Organizational Leadership—2 Credits
Section # Classroom Instructor Day and Time Credits Session
28303 TBD Megan Bottoms& Kyla King TR 2:30 – 3:45pm 2 2nd 8 Weeks

This course is designed to educate organizational leaders, provide an overview of concepts related to organizational leadership, create a framework for understanding organizational dynamics, analyze the leader’s roles and responsibilities in organizational leadership and develop skills to critically evaluate organizational purpose and function.

EDUC U495 Leadership in an International Context—1 Credit
Section # Classroom Instructor Day and Time Credits Session
 25569 TBD Sara Lyness &Will Li M 2:30 – 3:45pm 1 2nd 8 Weeks

This course will examine facets of leadership through a global lens. Using self-reflective and digital storytelling techniques, students will learn about the relationship between international transitions and global leadership.


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