Purdue Leaders Forum is a monthly experience that aims to connect campus leaders and to provide opportunities to develop new leaders by discussing a specific leadership topic.
Participating in 3 or more forums provides a certificate signed by current Provost Sands and President Daniels. Participating in 4 or more forums will result in an invitation to attend an end-of-year reception with campus leaders/administrators.
This year’s dates are:
Fall Dates: September 6, October 4, November 1, November 29,
Spring Dates: January 31, February 28, and April 4th.
Each Forum features three main parts designed to aid in the development of both current and future student leaders. [more]
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- What should our first step be to follow our North Star #plfstar 2012-10-05
- Tonight's the night! Second forum of the year and this one is an hour away! Come to RAWLS 1086 for an a cultural an personal presentation. 2012-10-04
- Two days until the second forum of the year! This is one you don't want to miss. @LifeAtPurdue @PurdueStudents http://t.co/9X23wVVX 2012-10-03
- Need help finding your #NorthStar and personal identity? Then come to RAWLS 1086 this Thurs at 7 pm for a guest speaker and free food! #fun 2012-10-02
- Looking for marketing, logistics, planning, and overall enthusiastic individuals for our PLF team. Applications... http://t.co/z7rJi7qP 2012-09-12
- Petitions for our director positions are due this Thursday by 5 PM. 2012-09-10
- First forum of the school year tonight! Join us in MTHW 210 at 7pm for tips on how to succeed in college. http://t.co/SW1bhb75 2012-09-06
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