Learning Outcomes are an essential component to any program, for they help students better understand what they will learn throughout the program. The Maroon & White Leadeship Fellows program has embraced the Undergraduate Learning Outcomes (ULO). Below is an overview of how the ULO’s specifically relate to leadership. Learn more about the Undergraduate Learning Outcomes.
Critical Thinking: Evaluate, analyze, and integrate information from a variety of sources as they relate to leadership.
Communicate Effectively: Effectively communicate leadership learning, as well as, original and creative ideas as a leader or as an engaged member of a leadership group/team.
Personal and Social Responsibility: Practice ethical and relational leadership & engage in local and global civic activities that promote leadership.
Social, Cultural, and Global Competence: Live and work effectively with others as an engaged member of a diverse and global society
Lifelong Learning: Exhibit the skills necessary to acquire, organize, reorganize, and interpret new knowledge that is applicable in leadership contexts.
Work Collaboratively: Work with a variety of others to support a shared purpose or goal.