Leadership Council is a monthly meeting that all Registered Student Organization (RSOs), Classes, and Program Student Government Associations’ Officers are invited to attend. Each RSO, Class and Student Government must send at least one (1) officer to the monthly meeting. The meetings are held the third Monday of the month from September thru April. Each year there is a theme and each session relates to the chosen theme and important leadership skills that will help officers in their current roles and beyond.
Leadership Council is coordinated by AcademyV under the direction of the Office of Student Development.
“[Leadership is] about creating a values-based umbrella large enough to accommodate the various interests of followers, but focused enough to direct their energies in pursuit of a common good.” (O’Toole, 1996, p. xi)
We invite you to actively engage with us as we explore what that means as a student leader at UNTHSC!
Reminder: All governments, classes and student organizations are required to have at least one (1) representative at each meeting.
If you have any questions, please stop by the Office of Student Development located in SSC 204 or email StudentLeadershipPrograms@unthsc.edu or call 817-735-5006
Leadership Council 2017-2018 Theme: One University
2017-2018 Meeting Dates and Topics:
September 18, 2017: Safety & Risk
Coordinated By: Ayesha Hawkins, Ed.D & Chelsea Lancaster, MLS
October 16, 2017: Interprofessional Volunteering
Coordinated By: Sara DeBerry (SHP-PA) & Lutfor Nessa (SPH)
November 20, 2017: Breaking Down Barriers
Coordinated By: Tonychris Nnaka (SPH) & Zahra Naziruddin (SCP)
January 22, 2018: The Importance of Interprofessional Education & Practice
Coordinated By: Alex Francis (SHP-PT) & Dianna H. Nguyen (TCOM)
February 19, 2018: Empowering Non-Positional Leadership
Coordinated ByL Jacob Hall (SCP) & Amanda Carroll (SHP-PA)
March 19, 2018: Fighting Burn-Out
Coordinated By: The Office of Student Development & AcademyV
April 2018: Registered Student Organization Banquet
“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.” – John C. Maxwell
O’Toole, J. (1996) Leading change: The argument for values-based leadership. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
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