Loyola University Chicago

Student Leadership Development

Division of Student Development

The Student Leadership Institute

Student Leadership Institute

Saturday, October 21st, 2017 from 9:00am - 3:00pm in Damen Student Center MPR 

The Student Leadership Institute (SLI) is a one-day leadership conference that consists of great workshops, activities, networking opportunities, and conversations. This event usually draws an audience of around 100 students, so there are many opportunities to connect with fabulous students. A catered breakfast and lunch will be provided, and we will have some great give-away items as well. 

The theme for the 2017 SLI is "Body, Heart, and Mind." An overview of the schedule follows below:

9:00 am  -  Registration & Breakfast (Einstein’s Bagels)

9:25 am  -  Welcome

9:55 am  -  Workshop Session #1 ("An Ally Always Pays their Debts," "The Organization of You," "Body Talk: Leading the Conversation on Feminism & Health," "Fighting the Stigma: Leading with Mental Illness," "Female Leaders: How 'Women's Place' can Become the Workplace")

10:45 am  -  Workshop Session #2 ("The Power of Words: Poetry and Leadership," "Radical Kindness in Leadership: Our Experiences as Women of Color," "Swimming through Life as a Queer Fish," "The Seven C's of Leadership Success," "Never Too Anything")

11:40 am  -  Panel & Lunch (Portillo’s, and Pita Inn)

1:25 pm  -  Workshop Session #3 ("Best Practices of Facilitation," "Lasting Impressions: How to Lead with the Right Questions," "The Power of being an Ethical Leader," "Handmaid's Tale of Leadership")

2:15 pm  -  Wrap Up

If you have questions, please contact leadership@luc.edu. Thanks to all of our workshop facilitators and panelists:

Rukhsar Ahmed, Filza Ali, Gianni Carcagno, Wally Castelaz, Vanessa Chahin, Kayleigh Cowan, Alyzza Cuffie, Shanzeh Daudi, Anna Dexter, Seerat Dhindsa, Kimani Goheen, Andrea Granados, Maggie Holtz, Kira Hutson, Emma Ingrassia, Larenz Jones, Caitlin Lair, Brooke Landrum, Grace Mabulay, Janelle Martin, Jeremiah Martin, Anna Neufelder, Sara Ryan, Armeen Sayani, Shreeya Sharma, Adrian Sibaja, Caroline Sturges, Micah Zaker

 

 

 

**The Division of Student Development strives to support the university’s mission by offering programs that foster leadership development, as well as by serving and supporting students as they experience the personal transformations of a Jesuit education. With that in mind, some staff resources have recently been reallocated. As a result, at the end of the 2017-2018 academic year, there will no longer be a stand-alone unit that exists for the sole purpose of coordinating student leadership development programs. Starting in the 2018-2019 academic year, ELP will be housed within SAGA, and The People’s Institute will be housed within SDMA. The Leadership for Social Change Learning Community will continue to be coordinated by ResLife, with Shannon Howes serving as the administrative partner for this program. Students are encouraged to connect with these three programs, as well as with the many additional student leadership development experiences that exist in other areas on campus.**