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Campus Leadership Programs

College of Education’s Graduate Leaders Development Program is designed to provide graduate students with the opportunity to develop core competencies of leadership, self-awareness, creativity and professional adaptability. The eight monthly sessions, together with pre-program assessments and “homework” assignments, will provide graduate students with depth and intensity. Learn more

Griffiths Leadership Society for Women connects diverse and distinguished Mizzou student leaders and alumnae. Through lifelong learning, leadership development and mentoring, members stimulate their potential and that of other MU women, while supporting the best interests and traditions of Missouri’s flagship University. Open to full-time, female graduate and professional-level students in good standing with the University.  Learn about Griffiths

Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders for Science is a program of CAFNR developed to equip an elite set of graduate students in the sciences with essential interpersonal and communication skills so that they contribute to teams at an accelerated pace.The PTLS program is open to PhD students and post docs in biochemistry, bioengineering, food science, social science and plant science, or who have a faculty advisor in the Interdisciplinary Plant Group. Learn about PTLS

The Center for Leadership and Service serves as the principal resource on campus for undergradaute student leadership development. New programming, open to gradaute  students, is anticipated in the 2017-18 academic year. Learn more about the Center for Leadership & Service.

Women’s Leadership Conference held each year in the spring, is open to students, staff, alumni and alumnae, and community members as speakers and presenters. The content highlights issues focused on women leaders in a collegiate setting and beyond. Program includes keynote speakers, breakout sessions, networking and special presentations. Learn about the WLC