Stuart Center for Global Leadership
The Stuart Center for Global Leadership, which is named after LFA alumnus and Lifetime Trustee Jim Stuart ’59, is a place for students and faculty to explore options for developing a global outlook. The center offers co-curricular transformative global programs that inspire members of the LFA community to apply classroom concepts to problems in the real world.
The SCGL staff models collaborative leadership by working with global and local partners.
Initiatives for the 2017-2018 academic year include:
- 9th Grade Retreat at Camp Whitcomb Mason in Wisconsin
- Monthly round-table discussions on pressing issues with students and teachers
- Collaboration with the English Department regarding the Scholar-in-Residence program; this year's scholar is Irshad Manji, Founder and Director of the Moral Courage project
- Partnering French classes with university students from Senegal, Haiti, and Morocco.
- Setting up Skype conversations with experts on the brain for this year's HOS Symposium, the current refugee crisis, and public policy
9th Grade Retreat