How do appreciating different perspectives and knowing how to work with conflict help you develop as a leader? Come to the session on controversy with civility to learn about this aspect of leadership.
How do making a commitment and acting consistently help you develop as a leader? Come to the session on commitment to learn about this aspect of leadership.
Cornell College will welcome five female students and two faculty members from Aoyama Gakuin Women’s Junior College (Tokyo, Japan) with a welcome dinner and reception Feb. 24.
How does knowing how to work with others help you develop as a leader? Come to the session on collaboration to learn about this aspect of leadership. Feb. 12, 5:30-7 p.m., Thomas Commons.
David Yamanishi aimed for depth in his American Policy Course, focusing on a set of interesting case studies. Students also enjoyed a variety of learning opportunities, including three full-length films, a morning with a visiting Supreme Court expert, and a final research paper.
Hans Hassell, assistant professor of politics at Cornell College, was on the Iowa Public Radio program “River to River” on Tuesday to talk about John Boehner, the Republican Speaker of the House.
Hans Hassell, assistant professor of politics, will discuss the rise of using behavioral psychology in voter turnout efforts and how those efforts can change the dynamics of a campaign. He will present some of his own experimental research on how individuals respond politically in different ways when confronted with stressful life experiences and what this might mean for political campaigns.
Kevin Johnson ’13 is set to begin an intensive one-year master’s program in computer science at the University of California, Berkeley. He was particularly drawn by the programs’s emphasis on leadership development.
Harper Reed ’01 is getting media attention for his work as chief technology officer of President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign.
Hans Hassell, assistant professor of politics, found that 65 percent of Cornell College students who plan to vote plan on doing so in Mount Vernon this coming November, adding between 300 to 400 votes to the town’s electorate