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Leadership Residency Program
 

The FSU Leadership Residency program brings locally and nationally recognized leadership educators, scholars, and practitioners to campus to give students, faculty, staff, and local community members the opportunity to work with and learn from them. The annual residency program offers opportunities to learn about the interdisciplinary and collaborative nature of leadership. 

 


Local Activist Leadership Program posterThe annual FSU Leadership Residency Program, titled “Local Activist Leadership,” will take place on Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018. The residency will feature Dr. Joy Kroeger-Mappes of the Allegany County Women’s Action Coalition, Carmen Jackson of the Allegany County NAACP and Nina Forsythe of Frack-Free Frostburg, who will participate in classroom discussions as well as a special program for those interested in local activist leadership.

The campus program will begin with a networking reception at 5:30 p.m. in Lane Manicur Hall 133 B-C, followed by a forum discussion and facilitated action-planning workshop.

The forum will feature leaders discussing how each organization is working locally on justice activism and how they are joining forces to build and strengthen coalitions. Topics to be explored will include current organizing approaches and plans, building and strengthening coalitions and collaborations, leadership and diversity, and strengthening communication networks that intersect standpoint concerns and organizing efforts.

The interactive workshop portion of the program will bring these groups together with campus leaders to explore intersections of campus and local organizing efforts.

This event, which is open to the local community, is being organized through the Communication Leadership Lab and is co-sponsored by the Leadership Studies and Women’s Studies minor programs and the Center for Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Refreshments will be served.

For info, contact Dr. Elesha Ruminski, associate professor of Communication Studies and coordinator of Leadership Studies and the Communication Leadership Lab, at 301-687-4480 or elruminski@frostburg.edu. For info about the Leadership Studies minor and residency program, visit www.frostburg.edu/dept/lead. For info on the Communication Leadership Lab, visit www.frostburgdialogue.org




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FSU Leadership Studies Residency to Feature

Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle at Dialogue and Poetry Event

 


Spring 2017 Leaders-in-Residence
 

Blaine Siegel
Spring 2016 Leader-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

Video: Eat. Learn. Shift.

 

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Dr. Annette Holba
Spring 2015 Scholar-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

 

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Dr. Janie Fritz
Spring 2014 Scholar-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

Janie Fritz

Dr. Ronald Riggio
Spring 2013 Scholar-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

 

 

Dr. Ronald Riggio

Jonna Huseman and Larry Williams
Spring 2012 Leaders-in-Residence

Biographies

 

 

Jonna Huseman

Larry Williams

Dr. Shann Ferch
Spring 2011 Scholar-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

 

 

Shann Ferch

Liza Featherstone
Spring 2010 Scholar-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

 

Liza Featherstone

Juana Bordas
Fall 2008 Scholar-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

 

Juana Bordas

Dr. Susan Komives
Fall 2004 Scholar-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

 

 

Susan Komives

Dr. Jim Cain
Fall 2003 Scholar-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

 

Jim Cain

Dr. Lea E. Williams
Spring 2003 Scholar-in-Residence

Bio and Residency Overview

 

Lea Williams