The College of Education, Health and Human Sciences has two graduate students who were instrumental in developing this year’s United at the Rock event. Two of our Educational Leadership and Policy Study students made this event their capstone project; a project which allow students to synthesize and apply skills and content from across the leadership curriculum and their primary academic discipline to research, design, critique alternatives, propose a solution, and effect change in a leadership challenge or community problem needing leadership.
This year, students Jessyca Ford and Elaina Emery, each took a portion of this project. Ford tackled the task of getting the word out or the Word of Mouth Campaign so that everyone who wished could participate. Emery was challenged with the task of organizing the Volunteer Fair for the event which included over 150 participants which she worked in collaboration with the Center for Leadership and Service.
Enjoy their efforts in these videos and join us in congratulating these two students on a job well done.