D.U. Lead is an intensive weekend institute for emerging leaders in the Denison community. Limited to a select number of first-year students, the D.U. Lead institute aims to address and develop a variety of leadership skills.
D.U. Lead is about leading with integrity and “Making Your Mark” within the Denison Community to create and sustain positive change. D.U. Lead participants participate in fun, interactive activities and simulations in a lively, upbeat environment. The social change model of leadership development is the theoretical basis for this Institute. Participants work closely with 8-10 peers in small groups called “clubs.” Participants will be mentored by junior/senior students who serve as club facilitators.
To view this year's Club Advisors and Program Coordinators, please visit:
Leadership Fellows on Orgsync
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The application is a short series of questions that should take no more than 15 minutes to complete. All applicants will receive confirmation of their applications. The link to the application is here: https://orgsync.com/20791/forms/105782
All D.U. Lead applicants should be first
-year Denison students. Participants must be available September 19-21, 2014.
D.U. Lead is FREE to all students who are selected and attend the Institute, however students must submit a refundable deposit to the Campus Leadership & Involvement Center, 310 Slayter Union. Applicants that are selected will receive a link to an online commitment form. Upon selection, applicants must submit the online commitment form on Denison OrgSync. Should you have any questions about this commitment form, please email Director of Campus Leadership & Involvement, Natalie K. Pariano.
D.U. Lead participants will also receive transportation to and from the location as well as lunch and dinner.
D.U. Lead will be held September 19-21, 2014 at Camp Nuhop in Perrysville, OH. For more information, visit their web site: http://nuhop.org/