Leadership Development & Reflection Series

Leadership Development & Reflection Series

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Program Goal and Objectives

Grounded in the Social Change Model of Leadership Development, the goal of the Leadership Development & Reflection Series (LDRS) is to provide Rollins Students with opportunities to expand their public health leadership capabilities through intentional opportunities for engagement, learning, and community-building. While this is open to all students participating in student engagement programs and organizations, it is also open to all students in the RSPH Community.

Through participating in this program, students will:

  • Demonstrate leadership skills while participating in skill-building sessions.
  • Reflect on their growth and development process as socially responsible public health professionals.
  • Apply skills and self-awareness towards social justice, equity, and ethical engagement in public health practice.
  • Build relationships with university and community partners through collaborative experiences.


Spring 2021 Training Schedule

All trainings and reflections will take place virtually from 12:05 – 12:55PM EST. Students may register for trainings by clicking on the titles below. Attendees for each training will be invited and encouraged to participate in a reflection that will allow them to further develop their leadership skills and network with other peers. See the flyer below for the complete list of training dates!

Click here to access the RSPH Student Services Page – Student Engagement and Leadership Section! Here, you will find all things related to Student Leadership, including the handbook, session schedules and registration, presentations, and recordings.


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Upcoming Events

  • Humphrey Fellows Noontime Seminar Series April 25, 2024 at 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Networking and Guest Lecture and Meeting and Special Event and Student Event; zoom.us… Online Location: https://zoom.us/j/95325531576Event Type: Networking,Guest Lecture,Meeting,Special Event,Student EventSeries: Noontime SeminarSpeaker: Various Speakers - see details by dateContact Name: Kris ValerianoContact Email: kvaleri@emory.eduRoom Location: RRR_R809Link: https://sph.emory.edu/departments/gh/fellows/humphrey-fellows/index.htmlFellows will present on a topic pertaining to their home country, culture and/or their work in public health.Deb Mcfarland Room, 8th floor RRR.3.28: Abeselom Gutta, MD &Yeshoda Aryal, MPH4.11: Ola Ziara,…
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