Seven Students Complete GLOBE Leadership Fellows Program

November 30

(Back row, left to right: Elizabeth Atukunda, Caleb Floss, Jace Hadish, Elizabeth Garzon, Dean Acker, and Adamarie Marquez. Front row, left to right: Hannah Darr, Shannon Rauter, Amanda De Carvalho, Morgan Smith, and Natalie Keller. Not Pictured: Kate Stringer)

Seven students from the Global Resource Systems major completed the semester-long GLOBE Leadership Fellows Program on Monday, November 28th.

The Globe Leadership Fellows Program is offered to first-, second-year, and transfer students who are majoring in Global Resource Systems. The program is targeted for students who want to learn about leadership and develop skills that enable them to be agents of change at Iowa State University and beyond. Selected students had the opportunity to identify personal leadership styles and philosophies, explore leadership roles in their field of study, and interact with GLOBE faculty, College of Agriculture and Life Science Administration, University staff, and industry representatives.

The seminar was facilitated by students Caleb Floss and Jace Hadish and supported by Hannah Darr, Dr. Gail Nonnecke, and Dean Acker.

The GRS Program is very proud of these students and is excited to see the paths they pave at ISU and beyond!