See how you can develop your leadership skills with the Peter Lougheed Leadership College at our Open House on Feb. 27th! From 11:30 am - 3:30 pm at SUB's Cascade Room, you can drop-in to talk to staff and students or take in a session:
- 12:15 - 12:45 pm : Speech and Q&A with PLLC Principal Dr. Lois Harder
- 1:15 - 1:45 pm: Student/alumni presentations and panel
- 2:15 - 3:00 pm: Foundations of Leadership (Mini class taught by Dr. Cristina Stasia)
We'll be sharing information on our Teaching Fellow program, undergraduate certificate and other opportunities. Visit each station in the Orion Room to enter to win tickets to see Chris Hadfield! (Official contest rules)
Are you a graduate, law or professional student interested in interdisciplinary teaching and learning? Applications to become a Teaching Fellow for the 2019-2020 academic year open on January 7th, 2019 and close March 1st, 2019.
"Being a TF has allowed me to develop connections with brilliant and generous undergrads from across campus - I am grateful for all they have taught me."
Kendra Cowley, MA/MLIS Student, Teaching Fellow
Our next information session is on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. See full details on the Teaching Fellow page.
The Lougheed College Lectures offers all U of A students and members of the public the opportunity to hear from some of today’s most inspirational, influential, and innovative visiting scholars and practitioners of leadership. These lectures are free and open to the public!
- March 4: Jana Pruden
- April 4: Alvin Law
View full details on the Lougheed College Lectures page, and watch recordings of past lectures!
Peter Lougheed Leadership College Scholars complete a two-year, embedded Certificate in Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies, which offers exciting opportunities to work in team environments and grow as an individual:
Stretch Experience: a 200-hour individual project that comes with $5,000 in funding and provides Scholars with practical, real-world experience.
Mentorship Program: connects Scholars to a team of Edmonton's best and brightest leaders, who are ready to offer coaching and guidance to the next generation.
Forum-based Learning: each Scholar is assigned to a diverse, interdisciplinary group for the duration of the program, working as a team to tackle complex problems in their courses.