The benefits of undergraduate leadership participation are often overlooked, especially at research intensive universities, where the undergraduate experience competes with other institutional priorities. This session shares results from the SERU survey and provides evidence for the benefits of participation in undergraduate leadership across large, public research universities, with a focus on assessment of the leadership minor at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. The data shared will provide useful evidence for leadership educators seeking to justify investment in undergraduate leadership opportunities.
Presented at the Leadership Educators Institute (LEI), Columbus, OH, December 9, 2012.
Soria, Krista M..
Assessing the Benefits of Undergraduate Leadership at Research-Intensive Universities: Evidence from the SERU Survey.
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