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Leadership in the Curriculum and Academic Colleges, Schools and Departments at

East Carolina University

CHANCELLORS DIVISION


CHANCELLORS DIVISION

PROGRAM(S)





COMING SOON!


HEALTH SCIENCES DIVISION

School of Dental Medicine

PROGRAM(S)






  • Student Government for the School of Dental Medicine

  • All students are members of:

    • the American Student Dental Association

    • The North Carolina Dental Society

    • American Dental Education Association

  • Student National Dental Association

  • Student Professionalism and Ethics Association

  • Health Sciences Leadership Council

















College of Nursing

PROGRAM(S)








  • East Carolina Center for Nursing Leadership (ECCNL)

  • College of Nursing Leadership Consortium and Research Interest Group

  • Master of Science in Nursing Leadership

  • Post-Masters Certificate in Nursing Leadership

  • NURS 4150 – Nursing Leadership

  • NURS 6613

  • NURS 6109 and 6118 – midwifery online leadership courses

  • Nursing Graduate Student Organization

  • Undergraduate Student Leadership Group







COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES

PROGRAM(S)








  • College of Allied Health Sciences Student Leaders Council

  • Interprofessional Reading Circles with College of Nursing using The Leadership Challenge, 4th Ed, Kouzes & Posner.

  • Interprofessional Leadership Online Modules for students focused on Leadership in Allied Health Sciences

  • CAHS Conference: “Leadership Conversations:
Dialogues with Students and Health Professions Leaders” November 7, 2009  

  • CAHS Conference: A leadership Mentor Conference for advisors and student leaders of CAHS student organizations

  • CAHS Conference: Interprofessional Health Leadership Conference, November 11, 2011

  • Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics

  • Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration

  • Graduate Certificate in Community Health Center Administration

  • MBA with a Health Care Management Certificate

  • MPA with a Community Health Administration Certificate



Courses:

  • CLSC 4801- Professional Issues

  • CSDI 6104- Seminar in Voice Disorders

  • CSDI 5010- Procedures in Clinical Management

  • CSDI 8021- Aural Rehabilitation

  • HSIM 3050-Leadership in Health Care

  • HSIM 4010- Health Information Management

  • OCCT- Dyadic and Group Skills

  • OCCT 6004- Dyadic and Group Skills

  • OCCT 6500-Management of OT Services 1

  • PTHE 8103- Intro to Patient Care 1

  • PTHE 8105- Intro to Patient Care 2

  • PTHE 8701- Admin. Of PT Services

  • PADP 6000- Role of the PA

  • Rehb 3000- Intro to Rehabilitation

  • REHB 6010/5000-Intro to Counseling and Rehabilitation

  • REHB 7601- Rehab Admin. And Leadership


Student Organizations of CAHS:

ECU Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, ECU Chapter of National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, Student Health Information Management Association, Future Healthcare Managers of ECU, ECU Student Occupational Therapy Association, ECU Physical Therapy Club, ECU Physician Assistant Student Society, ECU Student Rehabilitation Association, Chi Sigma Omega 





Brody School of Medicine

PROGRAM(S)




  • AOA (Alpha Omega honor society)

  • BB&T Leadership

  • North Carolina Albert Schweitzer Fellowship

  • Gold Humanism Honor Society

  • Women in Medicine Leadership Development

  • MI Student Development

  • Medical Student Council

  • PRISM

  • type.cast magazine for Bioethics & Interdisciplinary Studies students

  • Doctoral Student Association

  • University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina Mini-MBA program

  • Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) leadership opportunities





RESEARCH AND GRADUATE STUDIES





PROGRAM(S)




COMING SOON!





STUDENT AFFAIRS

STUDENT AFFAIRS

PROGRAM(S)




Professional Student Organizations

  • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society

  • Golden Key Honors Society

  • Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Society


Student Co-curricular Leadership Programs& Leadership Recognition Programs:

Student Affairs:

  • Parent Council Leadership Program

  • Student Government Association

  • Greek Leadership

  • Emerging Leaders

  • Leadership Reading Circles

  • Leadershape Institute

  • The Leadership Challenge

  • Walter and Marie Williams Leadership Award

  • Elite Pirates

  • Student Organization Center

  • Shipmates

  • Leadership Seminar

  • S.T.A.R. Program

  • Recognition for Outstanding Leadership and Service

  • Leadership Corps

  • Bate Citizenship Program

Campus Living:

  • Jarvis Leadership Program, F.O.C.U.S.

Campus Recreation and Wellness:

  • Site Manager Workshop

  • Sports Officials Training

  • Intramural Sports Captains’ Certification

  • Group Fitness Staff Training

  • Fitness Exchange

  • Summer Camp Counselor Training

  • Peer-Health Training Classes (HLTH 2500)

  • Peer Health Practicum Classes (HLTH 3500, 35012, 3502)

  • Peer Health Independent Study Classes (HLTH 4500, 4501, 4502)

  • CWEL (Campus Wellness Education Program

  • Personal Trainer Development Program

  • Nutrition Mentoring

  • Volunteer Interest Sessions

  • Student Employee Orientation

  • Leadership Seminar

  • True Colors Workshop

  • Adventure Staff Training Trip

  • Trip Leader Workshop

  • Challenge Course Facilitation Course/ Ropes Course

  • Club Sports Introductory Orientation and Semester/Year End Summary Meeting

  • Club Sports Business Workshops

  • Facility Manager Training




ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

COLLEGE/SCHOOL

PROGRAM(S)

Harriot College of Arts and Sciences

  • Leadership Across the Disciplines Project for Seniors

  • Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies Minor (Mike Brown)

  • LDSP 1000 – Survey of leadership theory and practice – Students (Mike Brown)

  • Harriot College Leadership Development Seminars – Students

  • Harriot College Leadership Development Seminars – Department Chairs

  • Harriot College Leadership Development Seminars – Faculty

  • Harriot College Advancement Council

  • Dean’s Student Leadership Council – Students




College of Business

  • Leadership and Professional Development Program :

BUSI 1200: Strategy First

BUSI 2200, 2201: Leadership I: Interpersonal and Teamwork Skills

BUSI 3200: Leadership II: Professional Development Skills

BUSI 4000, 4002, 4003: Internship in Business

BUSI 4200: Leadership III: Leadership Capstone

*Successful completion of these classes contributes to students’ Leadership and Professional Development Portfolio



  • Business student organizations

  • External speakers

  • Student Professional Development and Leadership Portfolio

  • Student Organizations:

*Beta Gamma Sigma, Society for Advancement of Management, Beta Alpha Psi, Student Accounting Society, Financial Management Association, Alpha Iota Delta, Association of Information Technology Professionals, American Marketing Association, Institute for Supply Management, Mu Kappa Tau, Graduate Business Association, Student Commerce Club

College of Technology and Computer Science

Construction Management

  • Construction Management Leadership Series

  • Construction Safety Poster Sessions

  • Human Side of Project Management – Leadership Practices

  • Study Abroad – Leadership in Sustainability

  • Graduate course CMGT 6620 – Leadership in Managing Human Resources

  • Leadership in Construction Quality

  • Leadership in Residential Home Building Industry

  • East Carolina Construction Association (ECCA) student organization for construction management majors

  • Women in Construction NAWIC

  • COAD 1000 and Learning Community/ICEE 1014

  • ICEE 3300 Project Management and Service Learning

  • Capstone leadership project for Engineering and Technology

  • Engineering Ambassadors – service-oriented student organization

  • Engineering Student Council

  • Engineering Student Societies: IIE, SAE, PENC, SWE, ASHRAE

  • ENGR 2070- Materials and Processes

  • ENGR 3000

  • ENGR 2000- Engineering Design and Project Management

  • ENGR 3050- Sensors, Measurement, and Controls

  • ENGR 1000- Introduction to Engineering

  • ENGR 4010-

Computer Science

  • Group project pedagogies in Computer Science courses

  • PHIL 2275: Professional Ethics

  • CSCI 4000: Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science

  • CSCI 4230: Software Engineering II (includes team project)














College of Education

Degree Offerings

  • Ed.D. in Educational Leadership – K-12 and Higher Education Concentrations

    • LEED partnerships with Triangle Leadership Academy

  • M.S.A. – Master’s of School Administration

  • EDS – Education Specialist

CPE Modules on training/development leadership issues

  • ADED 6550: Leadership and Communication Skills in Education

  • LEED 6810 and 6812 – MSA student leadership simulations

  • 360 survey of leadership performance for MSA interns

  • BB&T Leadership Academy for Elementary Education Students

  • New School Leaders Seminars

  • PCC and MCC collaboration for Counselors’ Journal Club and Executive Leadership Forum

  • Principal Fellows

  • Teaching Fellows and Maynard Scholars

  • Teacher and School Administrator Inservice

  • Latham Clinical Schools Network awards and training

  • Faculty-developed K-12 Superintendant skill assessment simulation for Ed.D. K-12 students

Informal programs

  • Leadership Team for CoE

  • Student Leaders Advisory Group to the Dean

  • Phi Delta Kappa




  • Legislator’s School for Youth Leadership Development (middle and high school students)





College of Fine Arts and Communication


  • BB&T Summer Arts Leadership Institute – Students and professionals in field

  • Faculty Mentors



School of Music:

  • Student Organizations:

Forum for Music Organizations, CNAfME, AMTA, ACDA, SAI, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Alpha Iota, Tau Beta Sigma, and Student NATS.

  • Camps:

Summer Band Camp, Suzuki Institute, and Choral Camp

  • Student Internship (Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival, Billy Taylor Jazz Festival, all large performing ensembles)

  • New Music Festival Mentoring Program

  • Premier Performance Series

  • Music Tutoring through Pirate Tutoring Center

  • Suzuki Outreach

  • String Project

  • Choral Leadership Conference

  • Music Education Leadership Initiative

  • Guitar Young Artist Program

  • Four Seasons Next Generation Program

  • MUSC 3287: Choral Lab—teach children in after-school music program

  • Composition Seminars, Chamber Ensembles, Large Ensembles


School of Theatre and Dance:

  • School of Theatre and Dance arts management course


School of Art and Design:

  • School of Art and Design “New and Potential Chairs Workshops” for Faculty

  • Arts Administration curriculum

  • School of Art and Design arts management course


School of Communication:

  • Communication Graduate Student Association (CGSA)

  • National Broadcast Society (NBS)

  • Toastmasters- an organization designed to help students become better speakers.






COLLEGE/SCHOOL

PROGRAM(S)

College of Human Ecology

Faculty and Staff

  • CHE Faculty Mentor Program

  • Staff Forum

  • Council of Administrators of Family and Consumer Sciences

  • Kappa Omicron Nu – Professional Honor Society for CHE

  • Support for faculty participation in UNC Leadership Institute

  • Support for faculty participation in BRIDGES and EOSA

  • Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Institute participation

Graduate Students

  • CHE Graduate Assistant Training Workshops

  • Kappa Omicron Nu – Professional Honor Society for CHE

  • Dean’s Student Council

  • Required to complete IRB Training in first year (Domain: Ethics)

  • CHE/KON Graduate/Undergraduate Research/Creativity Activity Forum

Undergraduate Students

  • Kappa Omicron Nu – Professional Honor Society for CHE

  • Aramark Scholars/Aramark Leadership Program (NUHM Students)

  • CHE/KON Graduate/Undergraduate Research/Creativity Activity Forum

  • Salute to Excellence – National Restaurant Association

  • Student and Professional Organizations

  • Service Learning courses

  • Dean’s Student Council

Community Leadership

  • Citizen Soldier Support Program

  • Lucille W. Gorham Intergenerational Community Center – community outreach and service learning

  • Provide, through the ECU Child Development Laboratory, education, care, clinical services, and support to a minimum of 5 children and their families with disabilities and health issues

Maintain current level of mental health services to Pitt County and surrounding areas via ECU Family therapy Clinic

Courses

Require JUST 3700 Race, Gender, and Special Populations in the Criminal Justice System as a core course in the BS in Criminal Justice degree.

HMGT 1500, Multicultural course for Hospitality Management; required of all students.

Document courses with leadership components: HMGT 3990 and HMGT 4700.




COLLEGE/SCHOOL

PROGRAM(S)

Honors Program

  • Honors Ambassadors (student organization)

  • EC Scholars Roundtable (student organization)

  • Honors Student Employment Program

  • Honors College Advancement Council

  • Honors College Faculty Advisory Committee

  • Honors Leadership & Service Colloquium (HNRS 2006)

  • Honors Research Colloquium (HNRS 3002)

  • Honors Capstone Colloquium (HNRS 3001)

  • EC Scholars Research Internship (HNRS 3100)

  • EC Scholars Leadership Internship (HNRS 4100)

  • Senior Honors Project

  • Brody School of Medicine & Honors College Summer Heart Institute Internship Program

  • Honors College Service Day

  • Relay for Life

  • Living-Learning Experiences

  • Participation in National Collegiate Honors Council committees and conference

  • Leadership and participation in North Carolina Honors Association

  • Phi Eta Sigma (not a component part to the Honors College, though HC staff member serves as Advisor to the organization)

  • Support of University initiatives and studies through participation on committees, task forces, search committees, and advisory bodies





COLLEGE/SCHOOL

PROGRAM(S)

College of Health and Human Performance

Dean’s Student Advisory Council



Centennial HHP Leadership Forum
Dept. of Health Education and Promotion

  • Undergraduate Teaching Assistantships

  • Peer Health Education

  • Graduate Teaching Assistantship training

  • Community Leadership curriculum

    • Theory and Practice in Community Health Education (Debra Tavasso)

    • HLTH 5002 Maternal and Child Health – community grant writing

    • MAEd Internships

    • MA and MPH Health Education Concentration Internships



  • Service-Learning

    • HLTH 1050: Health and service in Society

    • HLTH 4880: Capstone; Applied Principles of Health Promotion

    • HLTH 4200: Program Planning and Evaluation

    • HLTH 4611: Planning and Evaluation of Community Health Education Programs

    • Health 3244 – elementary school health fairs

    • HLTH 4991: Internship – leadership role in major project

    • EHST 4200: Program Management and Law

    • EHST 6800: Program Management

    • EHST 4990/6980 : Environmental Health Internship/Practicum


Dept. of RCLS

  • RCLS 2000 – includes volunteer experiences in community

  • RCLS 2400 Facilitation and Leadership of Adventure-Based Programs

  • RCLS/RCTX 4990 – required internships that help develop leadership capacity

  • RCLS 3500 Recreational Leadership and Group Process

  • Challenge Course for team building and leadership development

  • Leisure Activity leadership training programs

  • Horizons Program Graduate Assistantship

  • Student Organizations


Dept. of EXSS

  • EXSS 6131 – leadership assessment and theory

  • EXSS 3600 – coaching theories

  • Coaching Leadership and Certification

  • EXSS Major’s Club

  • EXSS Graduate Student Organization

  • EXSS Leadership Awards – AAKPE Fellows Joe Houmard and Peter Farrell


Dept. of Military Science

  • Leadership labs, field training and leadership opportunities of pt

  • Cadets plan, resource and execute Pirate Battalion events and training exercises

  • Army ROTC leadership classes – Leadership Training Course, Leadership Development and Assessment, Cadet Troop Leader Training

  • Color guard

  • Assist JROTC Cadets and NC National Guard


Dept. of Aerospace Science

  • Air Force ROTC and Professional Officer Course

  • Leadership labs, field training and leadership opportunities of pt

  • Cadets plan, and execute events and training exercises such as Warrior Day

  • Air Force ROTC leadership classes, Leadership Development, Field Training Preparation

  • Color guard

  • Assist JROTC Cadets

  • Civil Air Patrol

  • AS 100 Leadership Laboratory, Air Force Leader

  • AS 200 Leadership Laboratory

  • AS 300 Leadership Laboratory, Effective Supervision, Leadership Authority and Responsibility, Leadership Management Case Study, Ethical and Moral Leadership



UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT


UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT

PROGRAM(S)








  1. Leadership opportunities and training for the following boards:

  1. East Carolina Alumni Association

  2. East Carolina University Foundation

  3. East Carolina University Medical & Health Sciences Foundation

  4. Women’s Roundtable



  1. Service opportunities and leadership training and mentoring of students

    1. East Carolina Alumni Association – ECU Ambassadors

    2. East Carolina Alumni Association – Magnolia Belles

    3. East Carolina Alumni Association - Internships

    4. Women’s Roundtable – Internship



  1. University Advancement Associates - Professional Association Participation

    1. CASE volunteer assignments

    2. Council of Alumni Association Executives

    3. North Carolina Planned Giving Council







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PROGRAM(S)





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