Presenter: Ann Bradshaw, Lecturer in Art & Faculty Scholar for the Cormier Honor’s College
By presenting data related to a five year longitudinal study in the community of Paraiso, Santo Domingo Norte, Ms. Bradshaw illustrates the necessity of research, civic engagement as student leaders attempt to embrace diversity and find commonality among domestic and global experience. Ms. Bradsaw argues the necessity of a mutually abiding respect for human rights through her belief that all individuals by their very existence have much to offer one another despite manifest differences and discordant ideologies.
- Students consider leadership as collaborative learning
- Students understand necessity of gathering data regarding stewardship
- Students consider consistent presence an essential factor in stewardship