CETL: The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

A requirement for LAS is to be a part of an academic committee, which means a committee that works with professionals and adults at CMU. This allows us to get experience working with professionals adults, rather than just other students. Also, many committees are very interesting and have a lot to deal with how CMU … Continue reading CETL: The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

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PHL 118 Moral Problems

As a LAS scholar I had to take PHL 118, Moral Problems. This class was about moral problems in the world and different philosophies behind what should be done solve them. A few moral problem examples are abortion, euthanasia, or legalization of drugs. When we look at these topics, all involve heavy ideas that bring … Continue reading PHL 118 Moral Problems

COM 461 Communication in Leadership

COM 461 is a course taken when being a part of the Leadership Program. Communication in Leadership was a class that explored how communication is crucial in a leadership role. There are so many different facets to communication, so it was enlightening to learn so much about how as leaders we can communicate in certain … Continue reading COM 461 Communication in Leadership

RSO Reflection 2: Flint Active Crisis Team and Service

The Flint Active Crisis Team and Service is an organization that assists the community of Flint through service trips. Flint, MI has been without clean water since April of 2014. That is what piloted the creation of this organization. As a freshman I was able to be a site leader and a volunteer through a … Continue reading RSO Reflection 2: Flint Active Crisis Team and Service

RSO Reflection: Rotaract

Rotaract is a service organization I continue to be a part of in my college career. Being elected Social Chair for this year I was able to implement new ideas and grow my leadership skills through the organization. To learn more about Rotary visit my previous blog post What is Rotaract? Previously, the social chair was … Continue reading RSO Reflection: Rotaract

LEAD Team Reflection

As an LAS Scholar a requirement is to be a part of a Lead Team each year. Last year I blogged about my experience on the Grad Ball Lead Team and this year I got the same opportunity to be on that Lead Team, but as the co-chair coordinator of it. As a refresher, Grad … Continue reading LEAD Team Reflection