BIOL 3303: Peer Leadership Development

1 Credit

This course is designed to teach you theoretical frameworks, principles, and practices of effective peer leadership. As a student leader in CBS, you are in a peer leadership role that requires you to serve as a support, resource, connection, and bridge between your peers and their campus experience in the College of Biological Sciences. This course will complement basic job training and provide you with in-depth academic frameworks about the theory behind peer leadership, how it impacts the college student experience, why it works, and tools and practices that distinguish role modeling from exceptional peer leadership. This course will teach you the skills and techniques of being an effective peer leader, as well as how to support undergraduate students in their own transitions. Through college student development theory, peer leadership frameworks, reflective activities, group activities, and class discussion, we will explore how your personal experiences influence your understanding, practices, and effectiveness of peer leadership. The course also offers a learning laboratory for you to reflect and synthesize various aspects of your student leadership experience with a community of fellow leaders.

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