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Leadership

Cameron offers many structured opportunities to learn more about leadership theories and your leadership style. This is also a great way to discuss issues that you may have with other campus leaders.

Leadership Academy

The CU Leadership Academy is a program that rewards students that synthesize the various aspects of leadership: community service, personal development, organization involvement, and evaluation of . In order to complete the program, students must:

Students are able to complete the CU Leadership Academy each semester and will be acknowledged at the University Awards Ceremony in April. Additionally, students will be eligible to attend a recognition lunch at the end of the year.

Leadership Book Discussion

The Leadership Book Discussion is another opportunity for leadership development. A group of 8-12 students meet once a month throughout the semester to discuss a prescribed book. Books may highlight a specific leader and their leadership style or include helpful hints on a specific type of leadership. Previous books have included:

  • Creating Magic: 10 Common Sense Leadership Strategies from a Life at Disney by Lee Cockerell
  • Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...and Others Don't by Jim Collins

Participants receive a copy of the book for them to keep. Students that attend all sessions will be recognized at the University Awards Ceremony in April.

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More Information

For more information about Cameron's Leadership Opportunities, contact Leslie Cothren in the Student Activities Office at lcothren@cameron.edu or at 580.581.2217.