Leadership Scholars

Leadership Scholars Program,

Program Director: Ryan Clark, M.F.A.


Stevenson University’s Leadership Scholars Program is a comprehensive program that offers participants the opportunity to engage in leadership education through personal exploration, community engagement, and collaborative problem solving. Scholars will develop skills that prepare them for leadership roles on campus and in the larger global community.

The Leadership Scholars program prioritizes the ability to blend theory and practice, the development of strong written and oral communication skills, the practice of ethical and values-driven leadership, and a service-oriented approach to the community.


Upon completion of the Leadership Scholars Program students will be able to:

  1. Identify and apply leadership theories and practices.
  2. Describe and explain how ethics, morals, and values impact various leadership situations.
  3. Practice innovation and creativity.
  4. Engage with the community as a mean to explore leadership and civic responsibility.
  5. Practice and evaluate team leadership through active group participation.
  6. Develop a set of practical leadership skills, such as time management, meeting management and agenda setting, facilitating group dynamics, and team building.
  7. Integrate leadership skills with career planning.

Program Requirements

For specific requirements for the Leadership Scholars program, please contact the program directors. Additional information can also be found at Leadership Scholars.

Course Descriptions

See Leadership Scholars Courses