Five LSUS Students Earn Leadership Certificates
June 29, 2011Five LSU Shreveport students were awarded Leader of Character Leadership Certificates on Tuesday, June 28, 2011, after successfully completing requirements during the June LSUS LEAD session. Presenting the awards were Dr. Paul Sisson, LSUS Provost and Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs; Wayne Hogue, Director of LSUS LEAD; and graduate Daniel Killian (LOC recipient spring 2010) along with help from the Leadership Ethics class.
Receiving the distinguished award:
Monica Chalik, Senior, Management and Administration, Bossier City, La.
Lance Copp, Junior, General Business Administration, Shreveport, La.
Brittany Douglas, Junior, General Business Administration, Shreveport, La.
Blake Roy, Sophomore, General Business Administration, Shreveport, La.
Tiffany Sandifer, Senior, Mass Communications Electronic Media, Shreveport, La.
LEAD (Leadership Education And Development) is LSUS' unique intra-institutional character and leader development program. To earn a leadership certificate, students must successfully complete nine semester hours of leadership classes. LEAD classes are taken in addition to regularly required courses in the student's major field of study. Completion of the leadership certificate requirements takes commitment and determination to developing one's own leadership ability and individual character. By earning the honor, LEAD students demonstrate they now possess the knowledge and skills to become great leaders in the community.
In the accompanying photo, from left to right: Daniel Killian, Dr. Paul Sisson, Brittany Douglas, Tiffany Sandifer, Blake Roy, Monica Chalik, Lance Copp, and Wayne Hogue.
Media Contact: Wayne Hogue, 318.797.5276 (email@example.com)