Veteran leads by example at WVU
After spending most of his adult life as a U.S. Marine, Colorado native Nicholas Ailport is applying his leadership skills in new ways as a WVU student.
DeFrank-Cole named Harriet E. Lyon Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies
Thinking ‘follower first’: A new approach to leadership studies
Could changing the focus of leadership studies from the leader to the follower produce more substantial gains within the discipline?
WVU team to promote women’s empowerment in Mexico through soccer
Concerns about women’s empowerment are a public health and policy issue in the U.S., Mexico and throughout the world. Using the sport of soccer, a West Virginia University team aims to enhance young women’s empowerment through leadership development.
Record number of WVU students receive Fulbright Scholarships
A record number of West Virginia University students have been named Fulbright Scholars this year, doubling the previous record of five.
Libraries and Honors College name two Munn Scholars
Learning to lead: 10 years of Leadership Studies at WVU
Over the last decade, the Leadership Studies Program at West Virginia University has grown from having six graduates in 2006, to approximately 60 graduates in 2016. This semester, students, faculty and staff in the Leadership Studies program are celebrating the program’s 10th anniversary as well as what it means to be a leader.