Leadership Seminar
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Taught by:
Don Schutt, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Talent Management

Office of Human Resources

University of Wisconsin-Madison   
Suite 5101, 21 N. Park Street
Madison, WI 53715
dschutt@ohr.wisc.edu  | 608-262-7106          

Courses: Interdisciplinary Letters & Science (IL&S) 400 & Sociology (SOC) 496


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Fall 2015 Course Syllabus

Fall 2015 Third-Credit Syllabus

Leadership Seminar Mini-Conference

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This primarily undergraduate class offers University of Wisconsin-Madison student leaders an opportunity to discuss contemporary leadership issues while enhancing their skills. Guest experts ranging from leaders in education to community leaders, applied learning approaches, and student participation are just a few of the features of the course.

This is the course's 19th year; the course began in Fall, 1997 and has been offered at least once every year since then. One of the strengths of the course is that students are actively engaged in providing feedback and course adjustment suggestions that are integrated into the course the following year.

Great thanks also go to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Student Leadership Program , the Center for Leadership & Involvement, and the Division of Student Life for their continued support in the development and implementation of this course. This course continues to be supported through a generous grant from the Division of Student Life Office.

Thank you for your interest in the course. If you are seeking more information or have questions, feel free to send them to Don Schutt at dschutt@ohr.wisc.edu.