Second Annual Student Diversity Leadership Conference

How Do We Live a Life of Significance?

Friday, October 15, 2010

Workshops and Presentations

  • Identity and Diversity
  • Team Building and Collaboration
  • Using Social Media to Engage Fellow Students
  • The Art of Communication in a Diverse World
  • Leadership and Ethics: A Christian Perspective
  • Exploring Leadership Characteristics and Styles
  • iLEAD: Avoiding Burnout Through Self Leadership
  • Develop as a Leader by Discovering Your Strengths
  • Avoiding Burnout Through Good Time Management
  • Understanding the Latino Culture through Faith and Music
  • Planning and Promoting Events to Appeal to a Global Audience
  • Engaging and Motivating Others by Understanding Group Dynamics
  • Becoming a Better Leader: Balancing Academics and Leadership
  • Chosen to Serve: Obtaining the Learning without losing the Burning
  • The Minor Key - The Art of Conflict Transformation & Creative Problem-Solving

Plenary Speaker: Dr. Marc Lamont Hill

Dr. Marc Lamont Hill currently serves as Associate Professor of English Education and Anthropology at Columbia University’s Teachers' College. He is one of the leading hip-hop generation intellectuals in the country. He has written and provided commentary on a variety of topics, including hip-hop culture, politics, education and religion, for outlets such as National Public Radio, The Washington Post, Essence magazine, and The New York Times. Dr. Hill has been a frequent political contributor for Fox News Channel and Black Entertainment Television. Prior to joining Fox News, Hill was a regular guest on CNN, MSNBC, and Court TV. He is co-author of Beats, Rhymes, and Classroom Life: Hip-Hop Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity and the co-editor of Media, Learning, and Sites of Possibility and The Anthropology of Education Reader. More information about Dr. Hill is available online at www.marclamonthill.com.

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