One important strategy to facilitate Leadership skill development is the use of Mentors, i.e., previous participants with knowledge of the content and the LC culture and processes. Mentors facilitate teams, provide consultation, share their experiences, and support participants with their learning process. They volunteer their time to create the best possible learning experience for participants.
I strongly recommend that you contact an LC Mentor or a previous participant to learn more about the LCI. Their experience and words-of-wisdom will be extremely helpful as you decide whether this course makes sense in your life at this time.
for recognizing a Leadership Call-to-Action, stepping up as Emergent Leaders and taking Leadership Action to help create the best possible learning experience for LC participants!
for supporting the Mentor’s ongoing involvement with the LC. Their time with us takes time away from their other duties. Their departments are making a vital contribution to OSU and to OSU’s Vision, Mission and Values!
|Jennifer Bachman||College of Education||Director of Online Education|
|Andrew Buermeyer||Environmental & Molecular Toxicology||Associate Professor|
|Todd Cross||Facilities - Landscape||Trades Maintenance Coordinator|
|Gary Dulude||University Marketing||Senior Editor|
|Lynn Greenough||Academic Technology||Associate Director|
|Chrysanthemum Hayes||Division of Undergraduate Studies||Lead Strategic Analyst|
|Sarah E. Kolesar||Oregon Sea Grant Research & Scholars||Program Leader|
|Brenda Langley||College of Engineering, School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science||Director of Operations|
|Jason Lundy||Facilities Services||Pipe & Steam Fitter|
|Lisa Silbernagel||Health Sciences Business Center||Finance & Accounting Manager|
|Ann Sitomer||College of Education||Post Doc Scholar|
|Amanda Strong||Athletics||Assistant Athletic Trainer|
|Gail Wells||Extension & Experiment Station Communications||Public Issues Education Leader|