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Program Models Presidential Leadership

Program Model Title State
Indiana State University Pathway’s to Pre-Eminence School: Indiana State University
IN
Edging towards implementation of required service School: California State University, Bakersfield
CA
Templeton Fellowship Forum on public service School: Hobart & William Smith Colleges
NY
The rallying cry for campus leadership in the community School: San Francisco State University
CA
A president promotes the concept of “”citizen/artist”" School: Massachusetts College of Art
MA
Curricular reform by the president: integrating service-learning into academics School: Defiance College
OH
A president brings together “”consciousness and conscience”" on campus School: Fort Lewis College
CO
“”Across the curriculum”" initiative to instill skills of active citizenship School: Tufts University
MA
Leadership and Community Building seminar School: University of Dayton
OH
Fusing campus and community: The Learning Corridor School: Trinity College
CT
“”CommunityARTworks”": a day of community art projects for entering students School: Massachusetts College of Art
MA
A letter from the president School: Portland State University
OR
Presidential leadership in the community School: Connecticut College
CT
Presidential Debate School: University of Massachusetts-Boston
MA
Faculty culture: a breakfast discussion series School: Portland State University
OR
The New London Social Justice Initiative School: Connecticut College
CT
Alumni Awards for commitment to community service School: Davenport University
MI
President s involvement with The League of Women Voters School: King s College
PA
A president initiates a book fair and a volunteer fair School: Miami-Dade Community College
FL
Partnering with the area school system for new career and educational pathways School: Davenport University
MI
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