Student Well-Being #1 Purpose

The Inspire Women’s Leadership Program focuses on leadership topics pertaining to the enhancement and empowerment of women in leadership. Through networking, mentoring, personal development, experiential training, and research, students will be able to become knowledgeable of issues pertaining to women and leadership. Students will develop their understanding of leadership while also learning more about women and gender issues. This class encourages engagement in the community that will empower students to analyze issues related to women and gender. Students will also become aware of and develop their own leadership potential through group discussion and their semester research projects. This program is open to all students, regardless of identity affiliation.

Students who complete this program will be able to:

  • Understand the history of women’s rights in America
  • Identify an aspect of women’s and/or gender issues important to them
  • Identify how their leadership skills can translate into their professional careers
  • Reflect on their community service experiences and relate it to course discussions
  • Analyze the leadership role in the change process

Program Requirements

  • Apply to the U-LEAD program at
  • Enroll in an LDR Course
    • LDR 2262 (1 cr, online)
      • 20 Hours of Service
      • Online Readings and Discussion Boards
    • LDR 3905 (0 cr, independent study)
      • 15 Hours of service
      • Biweekly seminars
      • Social Change Research Project
      • LEAD Scholars Social Change Showcase
    • Attend 2 Impact events
    • Attendance at program-specific events
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA to remain in good standing

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