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2020-2021 Leadership Development Scholars Program (LDSP)

The goal of the Leadership Development Scholars Program is to provide current graduate students with authentic experiences that will help build their leadership skills. The main focus of this opportunity is to have students develop a specific project that will contribute to the professional development of their peers.

Selected Leadership Development Scholars Program scholars – Spring 2021

Hannah Archer, Vanessa Rodriguez, and Helen Rolf (Gillings School of Public Health) Interprofessional Graduate Education Workshop Series

Minh Nguyen, Chunyan Li (Gillings School of Public Health) Surmounting challenges in global health research: Coming together in the time of Covid-19

Sally Moore (School of Government) Leading with Disability: Connecting Disabled Graduate Students with Mentors, Peers, and Resources

Chris Rutter and Abbie Midlige (Gillings School of Public Health)  MEDEQS Connect: Navigating the Minefield of Public Health Equity Organizations

Orla Putnam, Danielle Nader, and Kelsey Thompson (Allied Health Sciences) Understanding and Promoting Racial Equity in Allied Health Sciences

 

Past scholars selected and project descriptions 2019-2020

Past scholars selected and project descriptions 2018-2019

Past scholars selected and project descriptions 2016-2017

Past scholars selected and project descriptions 2015-2016

Past scholars selected and project descriptions 2014-2015

Past scholars selected and project descriptions 2013-2014