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Dr. Justin Greenleaf, Assistant Professor of Leadership Studies, was recognized on November 27th by the Fort Hays State University Honor Society as an inspiring professor. This award is given to professors nominated by FHSU students who appreciate their professors' dedication to teaching and to student achievement. The student who nominated Dr. Greenleaf described him as "...always bringing great energy into the classroom. He is very encouraging and helps students strive to be the best they can be." The Department of Leadership Studies congratulates Dr. Greenleaf on this much deserved recognition this fall.
The FHSU Leadership Studies Undergraduate Student Team placed 2nd at the International Leadership Association (ILA) Student Case Competition in Denver, CO from October 24 - 27, 2012. ILA is the global network for all those who practice, study, and teach leadership. The FHSU team was comprised of the following students:
The team competed against schools such as University of San Diego, University of Pittsburgh, Marietta College, Washburn University, and Kansas State University. The competition consisted of a written case study analysis, poster session, and final presentation connecting the case study to conference presentations. The Department of Leadership Studies is incredibly proud of these students.
Leadership Studies faculty members also presenting at the conference included Dr. Curt Brungardt, Dr. Jill Arensdorf, Dr. Brent Goertzen, Ms. LeAnn Brown, and Mr. Brett Whitaker. Also attending the conference were Leadership Studies faculty members Ms. Patricia Blanton, Dr. Justin Greenleaf, and Mr. Seth Kastle.
ILA competition featured in the Hays Daily News
View FHSU Leadership Studies Students in a larger mapThis map shows the locations of our virtual Organizational Leadership majors as of October 2012
On September 11, 2012, Leadership Studies Association hosted the fall 2012 Etiquette Dinner/Meet the Firms Social for current Fort Hays State University students.
The event began at 6:00 p.m. in the Stouffer Lounge when students had the opportunity to introduce themselves and mingle with employers. After the social, students and employers then moved into the Black and Gold room at 6:30 for a five course meal and etiquette presentation by Gail Kuehl, local business owner of Kuehl Operations.
The purpose of the event was two-fold; as students were able to improve both their confidence in meeting and networking with potential employers, while learning valuable etiquette skills.
The Etiquette Dinner and Meet the Firms Social only cost students five dollars to attend, which included the five course meal. This was made possible by financial contributions from Career Services, the Leadership Studies Association, and the Department of Leadership Studies. Over 45 people attended the event. A wide variety of academic majors were represented at the event, ranging from Organizational Leadership, to Business, Finance, and Management, as well as Psychology.
If you would like to get involved in Leadership Studies Association, please consider joining them at one of their next meetings. The group will meet on Monday, September 17 or Monday, October 8. The group meets at 7:00 pm in the Tigers' Den, which is located in the Custer Hall basement.
The Department of Leadership Studies welcomes all of its new students to the program this fall. 17 incoming freshmen, 3 transfer students were welcomed during orientation this past week. We are also thrilled to have new students from across the world in our international and virtual programs.
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Congratulations to the following Fort Hays State University Organization Leadership majors for being named to the Deans Honor Roll for the spring 2012 semester.