Spring semester we will turn classroom learning to community engagement. In collaboration with the Lowell Bennion Community Service Center, we will hit the road on an Alternative Spring Break. From animal advocacy to human rights; from coastal ecosystem restoration to urban environmentalism, there’s a break for you. Leading up to your alternative spring break, you will work with your faculty mentor to craft a road map of how humanities intersects with your community service topic. We will conclude the semester mapping our discoveries of the humanities through exploration of our own campus and local communities.
The essence of leadership is relationship: influencing people to achieve things together that can’t be achieved alone.
―Leonard Sweet, Summoned to Lead