Recently, this article in the Charlotte Observer regarding a new scholarship program for undocumented students came to our attention. The news article discusses the inability of undocumented students to receive any federal financial aid because they are not American citizens. Because most of these students come from low income backgrounds, it is almost impossible for them […]

Fellowship Curriculum The NLA curriculum and learning strategies draw upon traditional leadership theory and recent scholarship that investigates the roles of leaders under highly contested and complex conditions. This pedagogical approach will empower institutional and organizational leaders with the knowledge, tools, and courage needed to lead effectively on their campuses and across the system of […]

The quality of the NLA Fellowship experience is contingent on the fellows’ participation in each of the carefully designed residential sessions and online collaborations. Selected NLA Fellows are expected to: Attend the NLA Orientation that will take place at the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) National Pre-Conference on March 9, 2017 in […]

THE 2017 – 2018 APPLICATION IS NOW AVAILABLE! EARLY DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 18, 2016 (Tuition $4,500) REGULAR DEADLINE: DECEMBER 19, 2016 (Tuition $4,900) To apply to the NLA Fellows Program please complete our application form or nominate a candidate. Once there, you will be prompted to create a user account to complete the application and upload all required […]

THE 2017 – 2018 APPLICATION IS NOW AVAILABLE! EARLY DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 18, 2016 (Tuition $4,500) REGULAR DEADLINE: DECEMBER 19, 2016 (Tuition $4,900) The New Leadership Academy Fellows Program is a partnership between the National Forum on Higher Education for the Public Good (National Forum) and the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE). The […]

Last weekend, I attended the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association in Chicago. As a first time AERA participant, I have to admit I was a bit overwhelmed—as I expected—by the number of people who descended on the River North area of town to share and learn from the latest educational research. It […]

RESEARCH SCHOLARS Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership is proud to sponsor the Greenleaf Scholars Program. The purpose of the program is to select and support promising early career scholars and professionals who wish to study the impact of servant leadership in a wide range of organizational or social contexts. The program is administered through The […]

  • Aug 5, 2013
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The roots of our connection to Brightmoor began with our initial reflections regarding the importance of college access in communities across the state of Michigan.  When we decided to research the benefits of having a college degree at multiple levels of analysis, we began by examining the decision-making process that Michigan students and families go […]

By Lara Kovacheff Badke, Doctoral Candidate – Higher Education Higher education plays a major role in shaping our society’s leaders.  College students spend a considerable amount of time engaging in both explicit (classroom experiences; service-learning) and implicit (team projects; holding down a job while juggling school responsibilities) forms of leadership development during their college experience.  […]

The National Forum proudly recognizes the achievements of Legendary Musician, Nick Bowman.  Nick was presented the ASHE Promising Scholar/Early Career Award at the 2012 ASHE Conference.  Congratulations, Nick! What is the ASHE Promising Scholar/Early Career Award? The award recognizes a significant body of scholarship, a single extraordinary research achievement by a higher education scholar, or […]