2014 Dean's Graduate Leadership Program
we are thrilled to announce that the 2014 Dean's Graduate Leadership Program is now in its second year.
Following the successful completion of the Dean's Graduate Leadership Program in 2013, we are thrilled to announce that the program is now in its second year, and has expanded from 9 to 15 carefully selected participants.
The Dean's Graduate Leadership Program is designed to provide its participants additional knowledge and skills in how to approach the challenges faced by regional communities.
Under the leadership of the Dean, Professor Mark Considine, this program is part of the Faculty of Arts' ongoing commitment to exceptional graduate education. By tackling large scale questions such as 'How can we as leaders make a contribution to human development?', the program works to support and strengthen local communities in the students' home countries, whilst providing interactive learning and peer-to-peer networking opportunities for the students.
"The program was designed to complement, enhance and hone the analytical and organisational skills, critical thinking and strategic decision-making established through the students' graduate degree programs," said Prof Considine.
We look forward to bringing you more information about the activities and continued success of the Dean's Graduate Leadership Program later in the year.