The Duke Authenticity Project (DAP) - DAP is a collaboration between the first year residential campus and Duke's Center for Leadership Development and Social Action, which attempts to guide student exploration about how students' personal commitment to authenticity is the core to their ability to lead, and lead well.
Entrepreneurial Thought and Action - Babson is globally recognized for our one-of-a-kind Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® (ET&A) methodology that teaches undergraduates, graduates, and executives to balance action, experimentation, and creativity with a deep understanding of business fundamentals and rigorous analysis as the ideal...
Halftime - a program which BC students traditionally attend during their sophomore, junior, or senior year, gives students a chance to step away from campus to reflect on where they have been, where they are, and where they are going
Audience: Mostly sophomores, one program for seniors
Ministry en lo Cotidiano - MLC is a new leadership development and faith formation program for undergraduate students interested in experiencing faith-based service in the Latino community in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs.
Worthy Questions - a program designed for students who wish to investigate their life's passions. Worthy Questions assists students in integrating personal, professional, and spiritual values by providing tools, models, and a community for reflection.
Audience: Students typically enter the program as first-...
The Virtues and Vices Series - this seriesstarted in fall 2014 as a partnership between the USC Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics and the USC Thematic Option Honors Program. The series encourages student discussions about virtues...
The Dartmouth Leadership, Attitudes & Behaviors (D-LAB): D-LAB (Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors) is a student-facilitated program designed for first-year students to discover the relationship between leadership and personal values. Through self-reflection and challenging discussion, students will soon find their place among the Dartmouth community and beyond.