PPS 415.01 – ADAPTIVE LEADERSHIP

Capstone seminar for students completing community-based research (CBR) projects through the Service Opportunities in Leadership program. Involves critical reflection on summer projects, exploration of leadership, politics, and policy design concepts. With students’ experiences, questions, and insights as a starting point, this course explores how lives of commitment to the common good are formed and sustained.

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PPS271.S.01 – SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ACTION

Social Entrepreneurship in Action is a leadership course in applied social innovation. The central goal of the course is to provide students with an academic opportunity to leverage their experiences and interests to create social innovation initiatives. More than a traditional social entrepreneurship education course, the course design is based on the principle that significant

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PPS 265.01 – ENTERPRISING LEADERSHIP

This course is designed to provide students with knowledge, analytical competence, and skills important to exercising enterprising leadership in college and as young professionals. The course explores the many facets of leadership and leadership development including the processes by which people effect change in a variety of roles and situations.

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PPS260.01 – LEADERSHIP, POLICY, AND CHANGE

This is a course about leading political change. Together we will tackle two critical and intimately related aspects of this leadership. First, we will examine the challenge of making courageous moral choices in the public realm. Then we will study the crucial role of social movements in creating change.

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History 470S.01 – LEADERSHIP IN AMERICAN HISTORY

The seminar will focus on political, social, business, and artistic leaders in American history and problems which have called for leadership. In addition to selected short readings, students will examine closely the following: James MacGregor Burns’ “Leadership”; Walter Clark’s “Ox Bow Incident”; Niccolo Machiavelli’s “The Prince”; May and R. Neustadt’s “Thinking in Time”; Robert Penn

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