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Leadership Week

Feb. 10 - 15, 2020

The Office of the Provost is pleased to announce the fourth annual Leadership Week at the University of South Carolina will be held from February 10 - 15, 2020. 

We invite you to participate in the week-long celebration highlighting leadership for all students, faculty and staff. Colleges, schools, the Living/Learning Communities (Capstone, Maxcy, Green Quad, Galen Health Fellows, Rhodos Fellows and Preston), Leadership and Service Center, University Advising, On Your Time, Continuing Education and Conferences and the Office of Undergraduate Research have all joined together to promote leadership for the student body. Activities include seminars, panel discussions, and presentations.

 Activities by Department

 

 Speech by Kathleen Hamm
Thursday, February 13 / 5-6PM / DMSB 101

“Mexican Mangos, Diamonds, Cargo Shipping Containers, Oh My! What Auditors Need to Know about Blockchain and Other Emerging Technologies: A Regulator’s Perspective”. By Kathleen Hamm

Ms. Hamm served as a Board Member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board in 2018 – 2019. Her biography and other recent speeches and statements can be read here.

State of the Moore School Address: Dean’s Leadership Conversation
Tuesday, February 11, 2020: 4:00 - 6:00pm
Sonoco Pavilion, DMSB

Business school students are invited to meet with Dean Peter Brews to talk with him about leadership, the Moore School, and any other topics students would like covered.  Dean Brews will provide an update on the School, and will answer questions students may have of their Dean.  An Evite to attend the conversation will be sent out to students mid-January.

BB&T’s Emerging Leadership Certification
Friday, February 14, 2020:  3:00 – 9:00 pm
Sonoco Pavilion, DMSB

 The BB&T Emerging Leaders Certification, a 6 hr. seminar, is open to undergraduate business students.  Originally for executives, the program is offered to students who have the potential to be on the fast track to success and leadership.  After identifying signature strengths, leadership preferences, and their leadership purpose, students will leave with practical tools and strategies that improve their leadership capabilities and are of immediate use.  Upon completion, students will receive both a certificate and the ability to include this certification on their resume and LinkedIn profile. If you are interested in attending, email Elizabeth Watts at elizabeth.watts@moore.sc.edu 

Swag Giveaway – Follow the College on Social Media · Ask Me About Student Leadership in the college.
February 10th
Wardlaw Lobby

Education - Movie Night
February 11th
Wardlaw 126, 6pm - 8pm
School of Rock · Panel of Faculty and SC Teacher of the Year

Graduate Students- SPEED Networking · Graduate Students have the opportunity to meet with Professors
February 12th
Wardlaw 126, 6pm - 8pm

Social Media Takeover · Student Success Coach Thorne – catches COE students and asks them… What do they like most about the College of Education? · Vote on the recording from the students’ responses- most votes wins a COE prize basket
February 13th

Study Abroad Fair
Monday February 10, 2020
12:00 noon – 3:00 p.m.

Swearingen Lobby
Engineering and Computing students are invited to stop by the Swearingen Lobby to talk about study abroad options for CEC majors. Learn information about direct exchange opportunities in countries like Spain, UK and Australia, and meet faculty and students from Maymester faculty-led programs to Germany and Thailand. Students who have already gone abroad will be on hand to share their experiences. Remember, study abroad counts toward the Global Learning pathway for Graduation with Leadership Distinction. Students in this GLD pathway can explore the significance of study abroad experiences through ideas of multiculturalism, diversity, cultural awareness and diversity. Contact: Ruth Patterson, Assistant Dean for Student Services, ruthp@sc.edu.

Leadership Conversation with the Dean
Wednesday February 12, 2020
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Faculty Lounge, Swearingen 1A05
All Engineering and Computing students are invited to join Dean Hossein Haj-Hariri for an engaging conversation about topics such as professional development and effective leadership in engineering and computing. The Dean will provide an update on the College, a look ahead at some exciting new projects and initiatives, and a Q&A on issues affecting students. Bring a friend and take this opportunity to share your own experiences and ideas with the Dean. Contact: Ruth Patterson, Assistant Dean for Student Services, ruthp@sc.edu.

The annual "Engineers Week Open House"
Saturday, February 15, 2020 in the Swearingen Engineering Center and 300 Main. 10am - 1pm

College of Engineering and Computing student organizations host over 40 interactive exhibits to enthusiastically reach out to children and teenagers to educate them about engineering and computer science fields. Open House provides an opportunity for a large number of CEC students to engage and demonstrate leadership, resulting in a great opportunity for members of the University and Columbia communities to experience how interesting and exciting engineering and computer science can be.

CONNECT! Club Fair
Monday Thru Firday, February 10-14
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 

Swearingen Lobby
Meet some of the 35 CEC Student Organizations and get involved!  Clubs include major specific, college-wide and special interest groups.  Clubs offer great opportunities to gain leadership experience relevant to future careers.  Stop by between classes to find a club that’s right for you! 

Contact:  Brian McCaster, Inclusive Programs Coordinator, mccastbr@cec.sc.edu.

HRSM Students In Class Explore Personal Patterns Which Facilitate Leadership
Monday and Tuesday Evenings

 Students enrolled in HRSM 301 learn professionalism skills (including leadership) desired by HRSM industry employers.  These two classes will be designed so students are exposed to a comprehensive personality assessment which provides insights into the different motivations, actions, and communication approaches needed for leadership success. The core of the system identifies intrinsic values, motivations, self-esteem, sources of dignity and worthiness, causes of stress, communication styles, listening styles, non-verbal responses, language patterns, social skills, learning styles, environmental motivators, cultural appeal, negative mental states, relationship orientation and ethical behaviors.  Approximately 600 HRSM students will be taken through the training.

Leadership Quotes
Displayed in Close Hipp Building-All Week

HRSM Marketing and Communications will run various leadership quotes throughout the academic building, focusing primarily on the digital display boards in the main traffic areas.

HRSM Dean’s Leadership Workshop
Wednesday, Feb 12 - McCutchen House, 11:30am – 1:00pm

Select HRSM students currently serving in leadership roles will be invited to lunch with the HRSM Leadership team, and will participate in a workshop on student leadership practices. Special focus will be given to what types of things student leaders actually do. 

Leadership Lunch & Learn 
Tuesday, February 11th 
11:45 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. 
SJMC 318

Guest speaker: Haley Malgieri, Senior Strategist of Nebo Agency 
Open to CIC students, faculty and staff- Space is limited. Participants must RSVP online.

CIC Career Symposium
Wednesday, February 12

Industry Panels
12:20 p.m. - 1:20 p.m. 
     Starting your Career in Advertising or Creative Fields (Russell House Room 205)
     Starting your Career in Public Relations (Russell House Room 203)
     Starting your Career in Multimedia or Broadcast Journalism (Russell House Room 303)
Open to CIC students

Informal Coffee Networking Hour 
Wednesday February 12
1:20 p.m. - 2 p.m. 
Russell House Ballroom, Room 207
Open to CIC students

Career Fair 
Wednesday February 12
2 p.m. - 4 p.m. 
Russell House Ballroom, Room 207
Open to CIC students

Coming Full Circle: From Jim Crow to Journalism
Thursday, February 13

Time: TBD
Location: TBD 
Guest Speaker: Wanda Lloyd: Retired Newspaper Editor, Gannett"

Konduros Leadership Development Program, Session XI
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
12:45-1:45 p.m., Law School Room 204

“Leading Through Service”
Speakers:  John Wall & Phillips McWilliams
(For Konduros Leadership Development Fellows Only)

Preparation of wills for low income senior citizens
Friday, February 14, 2020
9:00 a.m.-Noon, Central Midlands Council on Governments
236 Stoneridge Dr Columbia SC 29210

Friday Blitz
Friday, February 14, 2020
2:30-5:00 p.m.
South Carolina Bar
Providing online answers to questions from the public regarding the law

Volunteer Income Tax Preparation
Saturday, February 15, 2020
9:00 a.m.-Noon, School of Law Café

Window on Leadership: Stop by TCL each day of Leadership Week to display your thoughts on leadership based questions for other students to see; on Scholars Corner windows in front of TCL.

“Leadership and Legacy” Lunch and Learn with Dr. Patrick Hickey
Tuesday, February 11 from 12 – 1 pm at Scholars Corner in TCL. We will have a limited number of seats/box lunches for first come first serve

"Women Leaders in Academic Medicine"
Tuesday, February 11 at 12PM

MII classroom at the VA Campus
Guest speakers include Dr. Marlene Wilson, chair of the department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience; Dr. Meera Narasimhan, Chair of Clinical Neuropsychiatry & Behavioral Science; and Katherine Stephens, Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Academic Affairs. Each speaker will have ten minutes to talk about their career paths, followed by about a 20 minute Q&A period by the students.

Cocky Never Cheats: Academic Integrity and the Honor Code at UofSC.  
Monday, February 10, 1:00-1:50
Presentation to MUSC 100 class in Recital (room 206). 

Contact:  Serena Hill-LaRoche, shilllaroche@mozart.sc.edu 

USC String Project - String classes taught by USC students for community members of all ages and levels in the String Project facility (851 Park St.). 

Contact: Prof. Gail Barnes, gbarnes@mozart.sc.edu 

Tuesday, February 11, 4:00-6:30
Wednesday, February 12, 5:00-6:30
Thursday, February 13, 4:00-7:00
Friday, February 14, 5:00-6:30

Spark Collective rehearsals - The Spark Collective is a five-member graduate student ensemble focusing on community engagement and innovative performances.

Contact: Prof. Rebecca Nagel, rnagel@mozart.sc.edu  

Tuesday, February 11, 10:00-11:30 in room 006
Thursday, February 12, 10:00-11:30 in room 006

 
 

4th Annual Arnold School of Public Health “Voices in Leadership” Panel
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 from 4:00-5:00pm

Arnold School Public Health Research Center, Room 114
Description: Invited Panel of Public Health experts and agency leaders discuss leadership challenges and opportunities in today’s state and national public health arena (panelists TBD)

 

Leadership Involvement Fair
Tuesday, February 11 from 11AM - 1PM in the Honors Residence Hall Lobby

Stress Management Workshop 
Monday, February 10 / Capstone - Keystone Room / 12:00 – 1:30

Part of Capstone’s Adulting Month events. These are offered in 30-minute chunks (12 – 12:30, 12:30 – 1; 1 – 1:30) to fit students’ schedules.

Employability & Leadership Workshop
Wednesday, February 12 / Capstone – Keystone Room / 12:00 – 1:30

Part of Capstone’s Adulting Month events. These are offered in 30-minute chunks (12 – 12:30, 12:30 – 1; 1 – 1:30) to fit students’ schedules. Session will focus on how to convey leadership experiences on resumes and application materials, as well as in interviews.

Leadership at Capstone

All week long, stop by the Capstone lobby to answer leadership questions. On Friday, January 14th, responses will be collected and displayed in 13 Gibbes Ct. during the Hot Cookie Friday. Students will have the opportunity to read responses, see how others have gotten involved, and get some ideas for how they will be involved in leadership moving forward.

 
USC Campus Sustainability Conference

Saturday, Feb. 8th from 8:30-5:00 pm

Green Quad Learning Center

Green Quad in collaboration with the Office of Sustainability will be hosting a one-day conference to provide students with an opportunity to deepen their knowledge about sustainability and gain leadership skills to implement sustainable solutions on campus.

Cup of Joe
Friday, Feb. 14th from 12:00-1:00 pm
Green Quad Learning Center

Join our Faculty Principle, Joe Jones for a discussion on the many forms of leadership and how to find yours! As always, coffee/tea will be provided.

Lunch & Learn
Tuesday, February 11th
Time: TBD

"Women in Global Leadership" with Rep. Beth Bernstein.

Lunch & Learn
Wednesday, February 12th
Noon

Join us with campus partners about possible careers in international affairs and global studies in the Maxcy Dining Area.

Voter Registration Drive
Thursday, February 13th
Maxcy lobby from 11:30-1pm

Trivia Night - Famous Entrepreneurs' Leadership Styles & Stengths
Location and Time: TBD

Enneagram Test
Tuesday, February 11 from 8am-10:30am

Preston Lobby
The Enneagram of Personality Type test helps you better understand your leadership skills in times of well-being and in times of stress.

Rhodos Magic Garage, Leadership Week Edition: Demonstrating Leadership and Proving Yourself 

Tuesday, February 11, 6-7pm

Rhodos Conference Room
Rhodos Fellows only, RSVP required (email rhodos@sc.edu)

Rhodos Makerspace Ribbon Cutting Celebration
Friday, February 14, 2-4pm
Rhodos Makerspace, South Quad

Registration required: bit.ly/rhodosopen

Social Media campaign spotlighting teaching leaders across campus and their work in the classroom and supporting others in the classroom. 

Sock Drive
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Close Hipp 591 or Osborne 1st Floor Lobby

Supporting your community and giving back are qualities of great leaders. The Office of Continuing Education and Conferences will be holding a 'Sock Drive' to benefit children in foster care. Socks of all sizes are needed and can be dropped off at either location listed above. 

Leadership Week Kickoff Celebration

Monday, Feb. 10 12-2 p.m.
Leadership and Service Center

Stop by to learn about the week's events, tell us what leadership means to you, get a free t-shirt (while supplies last) and learn of ongoing leadership development opportunities at UofSC!

Student Organization Mini Org Fair
Wednesday, Feb. 12 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Come chat with various student organization leaders about their activities to learn about ways you can get involved and exercise leadership!

Leadership Coaching
Monday-Friday, Feb. 10-14
Leadership and Service Center

Are you looking to start exercising leadership through on-campus involvement? Or do you want to learn more about your personality and how it impacts the way you lead? Schedule a time to meet with a leadership coach to discuss these further! Visit the Leadership and Service Center leadership coaching webpage to learn more about scheduling an appointment!

Student Leadership and Diversity Conference  Registration Required 
Saturday, February 15
Russell House

Advance your knowledge to make a greater impact. The Student Leadership and Diversity Conference (SLDC) is an opportunity for students and staff from institutions across the Southeast to network and explore important issues in diversity and student leadership. With access to more than 30 educational sessions and keynote speakers, SLDC trains and educates participants in:
• Essential leadership skills for a diverse society
• Developing a leadership identity
• Creating initiatives and methods to foster sustainable positive change
• Maximizing their student leadership experience

Getting Started in Research Workshop
Tues, Feb 11 / 4 pm - 5 pm / Gambrell 150
Wed, Feb 12 / 5 pm - 6 pm / Gambrell 150
Thur, Feb 13 / 1 pm - 2 pm / Gambrell 150

We know that research is a great way to develop your leadership skills in your field or discipline, but how do you get started? This interactive workshop is designed to get you thinking about your research interests and learn how to find and reach out to potential faculty mentors. Attend any workshop that fits your schedule. You are welcome to sign up, but it is not required. Feel free to just come!

The Elevator Pitch: Research Edition
Mon, Feb 10 / 4 pm - 5 pm / Legare 322

As an undergraduate researcher and leader, you know the importance of sharing your work with others. Learning how to effectively communicate your research with a wide audience is a valuable skill to hone. Join us for this interactive workshop as we delve into the components of an effective elevator pitch. You will have time to draft and edit your research elevator speech as well as get feedback from your peers.

Leading in Research Series

Have you ever wondered what research looks like in different majors/disciplines? What kinds of projects other students have done? What is expected of undergraduate researchers in your discipline? Get your questions answered! Join us for the leading in research series to learn about research in your field of study.

Leading in Research: Pre-Med
Mon, Feb 10 / 3 pm - 4 pm / Legare 322

Leading in Research: Humanities
Tue, Feb 11 / 3 pm - 4 pm / Welsh Humanities Classroom Building 301

Leading in Research: Arts
Wed, Feb 12 / 1 pm - 2 pm / McMaster College 239

Leading in Research: Business
Thur, Feb 13 / 3 pm - 4 pm/ Darla Moore School of Business 125

Supply Drive for Pets Inc
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Byrnes 209

We will be taking donations of trash bags, hand sanitizer, new microfiber cleaning cloths, exam gloves, and fleece blankets. At this time they are unable to accept tennis balls, chew toys, or pet food that is not delivered directly to the facility from Amazon or another store. Faculty, staff, and students who would like to contribute can bring items or cash donations to Byrnes 209. Pets Inc also takes donations on their website, and they also have an Amazon wishlist

For Advisors: Create a Leadership Board during the Annual Academic Advisors’ Conference
Friday, February 14th

Highlights on what advisors do to instill leadership in students. Submissions will be reviewed in the closing session of the conference.

For Students: CliftonStrengths (formerly StrengthsQuest)
Time: TBD

Students and advisors will pow-wow on understanding strengths. Codes will be provided for students to take the quiz during the session and then schedule a follow-up appointment for individual discussions with our staff. Snacks and beverages will be offered during the quiz session.

Group Advising Sessions for Graduation with Leadership Distinction
All of the meetings are in Legare 322.

Meetings:
Feb. 11 from 11:40-12:55
Feb. 12 from 4:40-5:30
Feb. 13 from 1:15-2:30
Feb. 14 from 10:50-11:40.

 

 

Activities by Date 

Green Quad - USC Campus Sustainability Conference

Saturday, Feb. 8th from 8:30-5:00 pm
Green Quad Learning Center
Green Quad in collaboration with the Office of Sustainability will be hosting a one-day conference to provide students with an opportunity to deepen their knowledge about sustainability and gain leadership skills to implement sustainable solutions on campus.

Leadership & Services Center - Leadership Week Kickoff Celebration
Monday, Feb. 10 12-2 p.m.
Leadership and Service Center
Stop by to learn about the week's events, tell us what leadership means to you, get a free t-shirt (while supplies last) and learn of ongoing leadership development opportunities at UofSC!

Education - Swag Giveaway – Follow the College on Social Media · Ask Me About Student Leadership in the college.
February 10th 
Wardlaw Lobby

Computing & Engineering - CONNECT! Club Fair
Monday, February 10
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 
Swearingen Lobby
Meet some of the 35 CEC Student Organizations and get involved!  Clubs include major specific, college-wide and special interest groups.  Clubs offer great opportunities to gain leadership experience relevant to future careers.  Stop by between classes to find a club that’s right for you! 
Contact:  Brian McCaster, Inclusive Programs Coordinator, mccastbr@cec.sc.edu.

Computing and Engineering - Study Abroad Fair
Monday February 10, 2020
12:00 noon – 3:00 p.m.
Swearingen Lobby
Engineering and Computing students are invited to stop by the Swearingen Lobby to talk about study abroad options for CEC majors. Learn information about direct exchange opportunities in countries like Spain, UK and Australia, and meet faculty and students from Maymester faculty-led programs to Germany and Thailand. Students who have already gone abroad will be on hand to share their experiences. Remember, study abroad counts toward the Global Learning pathway for Graduation with Leadership Distinction. Students in this GLD pathway can explore the significance of study abroad experiences through ideas of multiculturalism, diversity, cultural awareness and diversity. Contact: Ruth Patterson, Assistant Dean for Student Services, ruthp@sc.edu.

Capstone - Stress Management Workshop 
Monday, February 10 / Capstone - Keystone Room / 12:00 – 1:30
Part of Capstone’s Adulting Month events. These are offered in 30-minute chunks (12 – 12:30, 12:30 – 1; 1 – 1:30) to fit students’ schedules.

Music - Cocky Never Cheats: Academic Integrity and the Honor Code at UofSC.  
Monday, February 10, 1:00-1:50
Presentation to MUSC 100 class in Recital (room 206). 
Contact:  Serena Hill-LaRoche, shilllaroche@mozart.sc.edu 

HRSM Students In Class Explore Personal Patterns Which Facilitate Leadership
Monday February 10
Students enrolled in HRSM 301 learn professionalism skills (including leadership) desired by HRSM industry employers.  These two classes will be designed so students are exposed to a comprehensive personality assessment which provides insights into the different motivations, actions, and communication approaches needed for leadership success. The core of the system identifies intrinsic values, motivations, self-esteem, sources of dignity and worthiness, causes of stress, communication styles, listening styles, non-verbal responses, language patterns, social skills, learning styles, environmental motivators, cultural appeal, negative mental states, relationship orientation and ethical behaviors. Approximately 600 HRSM students will be taken through the training.

HRSM - Leadership Quotes
Displayed in Close Hipp Building-All Week
HRSM Marketing and Communications will run various leadership quotes throughout the academic building, focusing primarily on the digital display boards in the main traffic areas.

Libraries - Window on Leadership: Stop by TCL each day of Leadership Week to display your thoughts on leadership based questions for other students to see; on Scholars Corner windows in front of TCL.

Undergraduate Research - Leading in Research Series: Pre-Med
Mon, Feb 10 / 3 pm - 4 pm / Legare 322
Have you ever wondered what research looks like in different majors/disciplines? What kinds of projects other students have done? What is expected of undergraduate researchers in your discipline? Get your questions answered! Join us for the leading in research series to learn about research in your field of study.

Undergraduate Research - The Elevator Pitch: Research Edition
Mon, Feb 10 / 4 pm - 5 pm / Legare 322
As an undergraduate researcher and leader, you know the importance of sharing your work with others. Learning how to effectively communicate your research with a wide audience is a valuable skill to hone. Join us for this interactive workshop as we delve into the components of an effective elevator pitch. You will have time to draft and edit your research elevator speech as well as get feedback from your peers.

Leadership & Services Center - Leadership Coaching
Monday-Friday, Feb. 10-14
Leadership and Service Center
Are you looking to start exercising leadership through on-campus involvement? Or do you want to learn more about your personality and how it impacts the way you lead? Schedule a time to meet with a leadership coach to discuss these further! Visit the Leadership and Service Center leadership coaching webpage to learn more about scheduling an appointment!

On Your Time - Supply Drive for Pets Inc
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Byrnes 209
We will be taking donations of trash bags, hand sanitizer, new microfiber cleaning cloths, exam gloves, and fleece blankets. At this time they are unable to accept tennis balls, chew toys, or pet food that is not delivered directly to the facility from Amazon or another store. Faculty, staff, and students who would like to contribute can bring items or cash donations to Byrnes 209. Pets Inc also takes donations on their website, and they also have an Amazon wishlist

Continuing Education & Conferences - Sock Drive
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Close Hipp 591 or Osborne 1st Floor Lobby
Supporting your community and giving back are qualities of great leaders. The Office of Continuing Education and Conferences will be holding a 'Sock Drive' to benefit children in foster care. Socks of all sizes are needed and can be dropped off at either location listed above. 

McNair - Trivia Night
Famous Entrepreneurs' Leadership Styles & Stengths

Center for Teaching Excellence - Social Media campaign 
Spotlighting teaching leaders across campus and their work in the classroom and supporting others in the classroom. 

Preston - Enneagram Test
Tuesday, February 11 from 8am-10:30am
Preston Lobby
The Enneagram of Personality Type test helps you better understand your leadership skills in times of well-being and in times of stress.

Computing & Engineering - CONNECT! Club Fair
TuesdayMonday, February 11
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 
Swearingen Lobby
Meet some of the 35 CEC Student Organizations and get involved!  Clubs include major specific, college-wide and special interest groups.  Clubs offer great opportunities to gain leadership experience relevant to future careers.  Stop by between classes to find a club that’s right for you! 
Contact:  Brian McCaster, Inclusive Programs Coordinator, mccastbr@cec.sc.edu.

Music - Spark Collective rehearsals
Tuesday, February 11, 10:00-11:30 in room 006
The Spark Collective is a five-member graduate student ensemble focusing on community engagement and innovative performances.
Contact: Prof. Rebecca Nagel, rnagel@mozart.sc.edu  

HRSM Students In Class Explore Personal Patterns Which Facilitate Leadership
Tuesday, February 11
 Students enrolled in HRSM 301 learn professionalism skills (including leadership) desired by HRSM industry employers.  These two classes will be designed so students are exposed to a comprehensive personality assessment which provides insights into the different motivations, actions, and communication approaches needed for leadership success. The core of the system identifies intrinsic values, motivations, self-esteem, sources of dignity and worthiness, causes of stress, communication styles, listening styles, non-verbal responses, language patterns, social skills, learning styles, environmental motivators, cultural appeal, negative mental states, relationship orientation and ethical behaviors. Approximately 600 HRSM students will be taken through the training.

HRSM - Leadership Quotes
Displayed in Close Hipp Building-All Week
HRSM Marketing and Communications will run various leadership quotes throughout the academic building, focusing primarily on the digital display boards in the main traffic areas.

Honors College - Leadership Involvement Fair
Tuesday, February 11 from 11AM - 1PM in the Honors Residence Hall Lobby

Libraries - “Leadership and Legacy” Lunch and Learn with Dr. Patrick Hickey
Tuesday, February 11 from 12 – 1 pm at Scholars Corner in TCL. We will have a limited number of seats/box lunches for first come first serve

Center for Integrative and Experiential Learning - Group Advising Sessions for Graduation with Leadership Distinction
Feb. 11 from 11:40-12:55 in Legare 322

Communications - Leadership Lunch & Learn 
Tuesday, February 11th 
11:45 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. 
SJMC 318
Guest speaker: Haley Malgieri, Senior Strategist of Nebo Agency 
Open to CIC students, faculty and staff- Space is limited. Participants must RSVP online. 

Libraries - Window on Leadership: Stop by TCL each day of Leadership Week to display your thoughts on leadership based questions for other students to see; on Scholars Corner windows in front of TCL.

Medicine - "Women Leaders in Academic Medicine"
Tuesday, February 11 at 12PM
MII classroom at the VA Campus
Guest speakers include Dr. Marlene Wilson, chair of the department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience; Dr. Meera Narasimhan, Chair of Clinical Neuropsychiatry & Behavioral Science; and Katherine Stephens, Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Academic Affairs. Each speaker will have ten minutes to talk about their career paths, followed by about a 20 minute Q&A period by the students.

Law - Konduros Leadership Development Program, Session XI
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
12:45-1:45 p.m., Law School Room 204
“Leading Through Service”
Speakers:  John Wall & Phillips McWilliams
(For Konduros Leadership Development Fellows Only)

Maxcy - Lunch & Learn
Tuesday, February 11th
Time: TBD
"Women in Global Leadership" with Rep. Beth Bernstein.

Undergraduate Research - Leading in Research Series: Humanities
Have you ever wondered what research looks like in different majors/disciplines? What kinds of projects other students have done? What is expected of undergraduate researchers in your discipline? Get your questions answered! Join us for the leading in research series to learn about research in your field of study.
Tue, Feb 11 / 3 pm - 4 pm / Welsh Humanities Classroom Building 301

 Undergraduate Research - Getting Started in Research Workshop
Tues, Feb 11 / 4 pm - 5 pm / Gambrell 150
We know that research is a great way to develop your leadership skills in your field or discipline, but how do you get started? This interactive workshop is designed to get you thinking about your research interests and learn how to find and reach out to potential faculty mentors. Attend any workshop that fits your schedule. You are welcome to sign up, but it is not required. Feel free to just come!

Business - State of the Moore School Address: Dean’s Leadership Conversation
Tuesday, February 11, 2020: 4:00 - 6:00pm
Sonoco Pavilion, DMSB
Business school students are invited to meet with Dean Peter Brews to talk with him about leadership, the Moore School, and any other topics students would like covered.  Dean Brews will provide an update on the School, and will answer questions students may have of their Dean.  An Evite to attend the conversation will be sent out to students mid-January.

Rhodos Magic Garage, Leadership Week Edition: Demonstrating Leadership and Proving Yourself
Tuesday, February 11, 6-7pm
Rhodos Conference Room
Rhodos Fellows only, RSVP required (email rhodos@sc.edu)

Leadership & Services Center - Leadership Coaching
Monday-Friday, Feb. 10-14
Leadership and Service Center
Are you looking to start exercising leadership through on-campus involvement? Or do you want to learn more about your personality and how it impacts the way you lead? Schedule a time to meet with a leadership coach to discuss these further! Visit the Leadership and Service Center leadership coaching webpage to learn more about scheduling an appointment!

On Your Time - Supply Drive for Pets Inc
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Byrnes 209
We will be taking donations of trash bags, hand sanitizer, new microfiber cleaning cloths, exam gloves, and fleece blankets. At this time they are unable to accept tennis balls, chew toys, or pet food that is not delivered directly to the facility from Amazon or another store. Faculty, staff, and students who would like to contribute can bring items or cash donations to Byrnes 209. Pets Inc also takes donations on their website, and they also have an Amazon wishlist

Continuing Education & Conferences - Sock Drive
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Close Hipp 591 or Osborne 1st Floor Lobby
Supporting your community and giving back are qualities of great leaders. The Office of Continuing Education and Conferences will be holding a 'Sock Drive' to benefit children in foster care. Socks of all sizes are needed and can be dropped off at either location listed above. 

Music - USC String Project
Tuesday, February 11, 4:00-6:30
String classes taught by USC students for community members of all ages and levels in the String Project facility (851 Park St.). 
Contact: Prof. Gail Barnes, gbarnes@mozart.sc.edu 

Education - Movie Night
February 11th
Wardlaw 126, 6pm - 8pm
School of Rock · Panel of Faculty and SC Teacher of the Year

Education - Graduate Students- SPEED Networking · Graduate Students have the opportunity to meet with Professors
February 12th
Wardlaw 126, 6pm - 8pm

Computing & Engineering - CONNECT! Club Fair
Wednesday, February 12
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 
Swearingen Lobby
Meet some of the 35 CEC Student Organizations and get involved!  Clubs include major specific, college-wide and special interest groups.  Clubs offer great opportunities to gain leadership experience relevant to future careers.  Stop by between classes to find a club that’s right for you! 
Contact:  Brian McCaster, Inclusive Programs Coordinator, mccastbr@cec.sc.edu.

Music - Spark Collective rehearsals
Wednesday, February 12, 10:00-11:30 in room 006
The Spark Collective is a five-member graduate student ensemble focusing on community engagement and innovative performances.
Contact: Prof. Rebecca Nagel, rnagel@mozart.sc.edu  

Leadership & Services Center - Student Organization Mini Org Fair
Wednesday, Feb. 12 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Come chat with various student organization leaders about their activities to learn about ways you can get involved and exercise leadership!

HRSM Dean’s Leadership Workshop
Wednesday, Feb 12 - McCutchen House, 11:30am – 1:00pm
Select HRSM students currently serving in leadership roles will be invited to lunch with the HRSM Leadership team, and will participate in a workshop on student leadership practices. Special focus will be given to what types of things student leaders actually do. 

Capstone - Employability & Leadership Workshop
Wednesday, February 12 / Capstone – Keystone Room / 12:00 – 1:30
Part of Capstone’s Adulting Month events. These are offered in 30-minute chunks (12 – 12:30, 12:30 – 1; 1 – 1:30) to fit students’ schedules. Session will focus on how to convey leadership experiences on resumes and application materials, as well as in interviews.

Maxcy - Lunch & Learn
Wednesday, February 12th
Noon
Join us with campus partners about possible careers in international affairs and global studies in the Maxcy Dining Area.

CIC Career Symposium
Wednesday, February 12
Industry Panels
12:20 p.m. - 1:20 p.m. 
     Starting your Career in Advertising or Creative Fields (Russell House Room 205)
     Starting your Career in Public Relations (Russell House Room 203)
     Starting your Career in Multimedia or Broadcast Journalism (Russell House Room 303)
Open to CIC students

Communications - Informal Coffee Networking Hour 
1:20 p.m. - 2 p.m. 
Russell House Ballroom, Room 207
Open to CIC students

Communications - Career Fair 
2 p.m. - 4 p.m. 
Russell House Ballroom, Room 207
Open to CIC students

Undergraduate Research - Leading in Research Series: Arts
Wed, Feb 12 / 1 pm - 2 pm / McMaster College 239
Have you ever wondered what research looks like in different majors/disciplines? What kinds of projects other students have done? What is expected of undergraduate researchers in your discipline? Get your questions answered! Join us for the leading in research series to learn about research in your field of study.

Computing & Engineering - Leadership Conversation with the Dean
Wednesday February 12, 2020
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Faculty Lounge, Swearingen 1A05
All Engineering and Computing students are invited to join Dean Hossein Haj-Hariri for an engaging conversation about topics such as professional development and effective leadership in engineering and computing. The Dean will provide an update on the College, a look ahead at some exciting new projects and initiatives, and a Q&A on issues affecting students. Bring a friend and take this opportunity to share your own experiences and ideas with the Dean. Contact: Ruth Patterson, Assistant Dean for Student Services, ruthp@sc.edu.

Public Health - 4th Annual Arnold School of Public Health “Voices in Leadership” Panel
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 from 4:00-5:00pm
Arnold School Public Health Research Center, Room 114
Description: Invited Panel of Public Health experts and agency leaders discuss leadership challenges and opportunities in today’s state and national public health arena (panelists TBD)

Center for Integrative and Experiential Learning - Group Advising Sessions for Graduation with Leadership Distinction
Feb. 12 from 4:40-5:30 in Legare 322

HRSM - Leadership Quotes
Displayed in Close Hipp Building-All Week
HRSM Marketing and Communications will run various leadership quotes throughout the academic building, focusing primarily on the digital display boards in the main traffic areas.

Libraries - Window on Leadership: Stop by TCL each day of Leadership Week to display your thoughts on leadership based questions for other students to see; on Scholars Corner windows in front of TCL.

Undergraduate Research - Getting Started in Research Workshop
Wed, Feb 12 / 5 pm - 6 pm / Gambrell 150
We know that research is a great way to develop your leadership skills in your field or discipline, but how do you get started? This interactive workshop is designed to get you thinking about your research interests and learn how to find and reach out to potential faculty mentors. Attend any workshop that fits your schedule. You are welcome to sign up, but it is not required. Feel free to just come!

Music - USC String Project
Wednesday, February 12, 5:00-6:30
String classes taught by USC students for community members of all ages and levels in the String Project facility (851 Park St.). 
Contact: Prof. Gail Barnes, gbarnes@mozart.sc.edu 

Leadership & Services Center - Leadership Coaching
Monday-Friday, Feb. 10-14
Leadership and Service Center
Are you looking to start exercising leadership through on-campus involvement? Or do you want to learn more about your personality and how it impacts the way you lead? Schedule a time to meet with a leadership coach to discuss these further! Visit the Leadership and Service Center leadership coaching webpage to learn more about scheduling an appointment!

On Your Time - Supply Drive for Pets Inc
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Byrnes 209
We will be taking donations of trash bags, hand sanitizer, new microfiber cleaning cloths, exam gloves, and fleece blankets. At this time they are unable to accept tennis balls, chew toys, or pet food that is not delivered directly to the facility from Amazon or another store. Faculty, staff, and students who would like to contribute can bring items or cash donations to Byrnes 209. Pets Inc also takes donations on their website, and they also have an Amazon wishlist

Continuing Education & Conferences - Sock Drive
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Close Hipp 591 or Osborne 1st Floor Lobby
Supporting your community and giving back are qualities of great leaders. The Office of Continuing Education and Conferences will be holding a 'Sock Drive' to benefit children in foster care. Socks of all sizes are needed and can be dropped off at either location listed above. 

Computing & Engineering - CONNECT! Club Fair
Thursday, February 13
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 
Swearingen Lobby
Meet some of the 35 CEC Student Organizations and get involved!  Clubs include major specific, college-wide and special interest groups.  Clubs offer great opportunities to gain leadership experience relevant to future careers.  Stop by between classes to find a club that’s right for you! 
Contact:  Brian McCaster, Inclusive Programs Coordinator, mccastbr@cec.sc.edu.

Maxy - Voter Registration Drive
Thursday, February 13th
Maxcy lobby from 11:30-1pm

Undergraduate Research - Getting Started in Research Workshop
Thur, Feb 13 / 1 pm - 2 pm / Gambrell 150
We know that research is a great way to develop your leadership skills in your field or discipline, but how do you get started? This interactive workshop is designed to get you thinking about your research interests and learn how to find and reach out to potential faculty mentors. Attend any workshop that fits your schedule. You are welcome to sign up, but it is not required. Feel free to just come!

Center for Integrative and Experiential Learning - Group Advising Sessions for Graduation with Leadership Distinction
Feb. 13 from 1:15-2:30 in Legare 322

Undergraduate Research - Leading in Research Series: Business
Thur, Feb 13 / 3 pm - 4 pm/ Darla Moore School of Business 125
Have you ever wondered what research looks like in different majors/disciplines? What kinds of projects other students have done? What is expected of undergraduate researchers in your discipline? Get your questions answered! Join us for the leading in research series to learn about research in your field of study.

Business - Speech by Kathleen Hamm
Thursday, February 13 / 5-6PM / DMSB 101
“Mexican Mangos, Diamonds, Cargo Shipping Containers, Oh My! What Auditors Need to Know about Blockchain and Other Emerging Technologies: A Regulator’s Perspective”. By Kathleen Hamm
Ms. Hamm served as a Board Member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board in 2018 – 2019. Her biography and other recent speeches and statements can be read here.

Education - Social Media Takeover · Student Success Coach Thorne – catches COE students and asks them… What do they like most about the College of Education? · Vote on the recording from the students’ responses- most votes wins a COE prize basket
February 13th

HRSM - Leadership Quotes
Displayed in Close Hipp Building-All Week
HRSM Marketing and Communications will run various leadership quotes throughout the academic building, focusing primarily on the digital display boards in the main traffic areas.

Communications - Coming Full Circle: From Jim Crow to Journalism
Thursday, February 13
Time: TBD
Location: TBD 
Guest Speaker: Wanda Lloyd: Retired Newspaper Editor, Gannett"

Libraries - Window on Leadership: Stop by TCL each day of Leadership Week to display your thoughts on leadership based questions for other students to see; on Scholars Corner windows in front of TCL.

Leadership & Services Center - Leadership Coaching
Monday-Friday, Feb. 10-14
Leadership and Service Center
Are you looking to start exercising leadership through on-campus involvement? Or do you want to learn more about your personality and how it impacts the way you lead? Schedule a time to meet with a leadership coach to discuss these further! Visit the Leadership and Service Center leadership coaching webpage to learn more about scheduling an appointment!

Music - USC String Project
Thursday, February 13, 4:00-7:00
String classes taught by USC students for community members of all ages and levels in the String Project facility (851 Park St.). 
Contact: Prof. Gail Barnes, gbarnes@mozart.sc.edu 

On Your Time - Supply Drive for Pets Inc
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Byrnes 209
We will be taking donations of trash bags, hand sanitizer, new microfiber cleaning cloths, exam gloves, and fleece blankets. At this time they are unable to accept tennis balls, chew toys, or pet food that is not delivered directly to the facility from Amazon or another store. Faculty, staff, and students who would like to contribute can bring items or cash donations to Byrnes 209. Pets Inc also takes donations on their website, and they also have an Amazon wishlist

Continuing Education & Conferences - Sock Drive
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Close Hipp 591 or Osborne 1st Floor Lobby
Supporting your community and giving back are qualities of great leaders. The Office of Continuing Education and Conferences will be holding a 'Sock Drive' to benefit children in foster care. Socks of all sizes are needed and can be dropped off at either location listed above. 

 Libraries - Window on Leadership: Stop by TCL each day of Leadership Week to display your thoughts on leadership based questions for other students to see; on Scholars Corner windows in front of TCL.

Advising Center - For Advisors: Create a Leadership Board during the Annual Academic Advisors’ Conference
Friday, February 14th
Highlights on what advisors do to instill leadership in students. Submissions will be reviewed in the closing session of the conference.

Advising Center - For Students: CliftonStrengths (formerly StrengthsQuest)
Students and advisors will pow-wow on understanding strengths. Codes will be provided for students to take the quiz during the session and then schedule a follow-up appointment for individual discussions with our staff. Snacks and beverages will be offered during the quiz session.

Law - Preparation of wills for low income senior citizens
Friday, February 14, 2020
9:00 a.m.-Noon, Central Midlands Council on Governments
236 Stoneridge Dr Columbia SC 29210

Computing & Engineering - CONNECT! Club Fair
Friday, February 14
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 
Swearingen Lobby
Meet some of the 35 CEC Student Organizations and get involved!  Clubs include major specific, college-wide and special interest groups.  Clubs offer great opportunities to gain leadership experience relevant to future careers.  Stop by between classes to find a club that’s right for you! 
Contact:  Brian McCaster, Inclusive Programs Coordinator, mccastbr@cec.sc.edu.

Center for Integrative and Experiential Learning - Group Advising Sessions for Graduation with Leadership Distinction
All of the meetings are in Legare 322.
Meetings:
Feb. 14 from 10:50-11:40

Green Quad - Cup of Joe
Friday, Feb. 14th from 12:00-1:00 pm
Green Quad Learning Center
Join our Faculty Principle, Joe Jones for a discussion on the many forms of leadership and how to find yours! As always, coffee/tea will be provided.

Rhodos Makerspace Ribbon Cutting Celebration
Friday, February 14, 2-4pm
Rhodos Makerspace, South Quad
Registration required: bit.ly/rhodosopen

Law - Friday Blitz
Friday, February 14, 2020
2:30-5:00 p.m.
South Carolina Bar
Providing online answers to questions from the public regarding the law

Business - BB&T’s Emerging Leadership Certification
Friday, February 14, 2020:  3:00 – 9:00 pm
Sonoco Pavilion, DMSB
The BB&T Emerging Leaders Certification, a 6 hr. seminar, is open to undergraduate business students.  Originally for executives, the program is offered to students who have the potential to be on the fast track to success and leadership.  After identifying signature strengths, leadership preferences, and their leadership purpose, students will leave with practical tools and strategies that improve their leadership capabilities and are of immediate use.  Upon completion, students will receive both a certificate and the ability to include this certification on their resume and LinkedIn profile. If you are interested in attending, email Elizabeth Watts at elizabeth.watts@moore.sc.edu  

Leadership at Capstone
All week long, stop by the Capstone lobby to answer leadership questions. On Friday, January 14th, responses will be collected and displayed in 13 Gibbes Ct. during the Hot Cookie Friday. Students will have the opportunity to read responses, see how others have gotten involved, and get some ideas for how they will be involved in leadership moving forward.

Leadership & Services Center - Leadership Coaching
Monday-Friday, Feb. 10-14
Leadership and Service Center
Are you looking to start exercising leadership through on-campus involvement? Or do you want to learn more about your personality and how it impacts the way you lead? Schedule a time to meet with a leadership coach to discuss these further! Visit the Leadership and Service Center leadership coaching webpage to learn more about scheduling an appointment!

Music - USC String Project
Friday, February 14, 5:00-6:30
String classes taught by USC students for community members of all ages and levels in the String Project facility (851 Park St.). 
Contact: Prof. Gail Barnes, gbarnes@mozart.sc.edu 

On Your Time - Supply Drive for Pets Inc
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Byrnes 209
We will be taking donations of trash bags, hand sanitizer, new microfiber cleaning cloths, exam gloves, and fleece blankets. At this time they are unable to accept tennis balls, chew toys, or pet food that is not delivered directly to the facility from Amazon or another store. Faculty, staff, and students who would like to contribute can bring items or cash donations to Byrnes 209. Pets Inc also takes donations on their website, and they also have an Amazon wishlist

Continuing Education & Conferences - Sock Drive
Monday thru Friday, February 10 - 14
Close Hipp 591 or Osborne 1st Floor Lobby
Supporting your community and giving back are qualities of great leaders. The Office of Continuing Education and Conferences will be holding a 'Sock Drive' to benefit children in foster care. Socks of all sizes are needed and can be dropped off at either location listed above. 

Volunteer Income Tax Preparation
Saturday, February 15, 2020
9:00 a.m.-Noon, School of Law Café

Computing & Engineering - The annual "Engineers Week Open House"

Saturday, February 15, 2020 in the Swearingen Engineering Center and 300 Main. 10am - 1pm
College of Engineering and Computing student organizations host over 40 interactive exhibits to enthusiastically reach out to children and teenagers to educate them about engineering and computer science fields. Open House provides an opportunity for a large number of CEC students to engage and demonstrate leadership, resulting in a great opportunity for members of the University and Columbia communities to experience how interesting and exciting engineering and computer science can be.

HRSM - Leadership Quotes
Displayed in Close Hipp Building-All Week
HRSM Marketing and Communications will run various leadership quotes throughout the academic building, focusing primarily on the digital display boards in the main traffic areas.

Libraries - Window on Leadership: Stop by TCL each day of Leadership Week to display your thoughts on leadership based questions for other students to see; on Scholars Corner windows in front of TCL.

Leadership & Services Center - Student Leadership and Diversity Conference  Registration Required 
Saturday, February 15
Russell House
Advance your knowledge to make a greater impact. The Student Leadership and Diversity Conference (SLDC) is an opportunity for students and staff from institutions across the Southeast to network and explore important issues in diversity and student leadership. With access to more than 30 educational sessions and keynote speakers, SLDC trains and educates participants in:
• Essential leadership skills for a diverse society
• Developing a leadership identity
• Creating initiatives and methods to foster sustainable positive change
• Maximizing their student leadership experience

 


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