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CLE students compete in the finals of the McCain Institute’s Peer2Peer: Protective Project competition

May 22, 2020

Senior Lecturer Leslie Kendrick’s Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communication class spent the semester crafting an ad campaign for the McCain Institute’s Peer2Peer: Protective Project competition, which seeks to combat racism on college campuses and beyond. The group successfully advanced through the competition and will compete on Tuesday, June 23 in the final round, broadcasting live […]

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CLE students participate in virtual Design Day

May 18, 2020

Each year, the Whiting School of Engineering holds an annual Design Day to highlight many of the innovative projects its students develop throughout the year. This day provides as a capstone experience for many WSE courses and degree programs, and celebrates the ingenuity of Hopkins’ students. It also provides a space for alumni and industry […]

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Senior Lecturer Illysa Izenberg wins Robert B. Pond Award

May 5, 2020

The JHU Whiting School of Engineering has awarded CLE Senior Lecturer Illysa Izenberg with the Robert B. Pond Excellence in Teaching Award. The Pond Award is given for commitment to and excellence in instruction, success in instilling the desire to learn, and dedication to undergraduate students. The award honors Robert B. Pond Sr., professor emeritus […]

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CLE Adds Online Summer Courses

May 4, 2020

  The CLE has expanded its online summer course offerings to meet student needs. Most courses meet CLE minor requirements and many also satisfy reading intensive, S, or Q designation areas. To see a full list of summer offerings, click here.

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Senior Lecturer Larry Aronhime wins Gold Cup

May 1, 2020

For the second year in a row, the JHU Senior Class Council has awarded Senior Lecturer Lawrence Aronhime the Gold Cup, presented each year to a faculty member who “enhances the undergraduate experience of the Senior Class.”  In their announcement, the council praised Professor Aronhime for his “masterful storytelling in classes like Introduction to Business […]

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Women in Business

April 29, 2020

On April 14, Women in Business and Smart Women Securities collaborated with MoneyGirls to host a personal finance webinar. MoneyGirls, a fintech startup founded by Judy Zhu, a Harvard Business School alumnus, aims to help women establish independence in making financial decisions. Nearly 60 students attended the webinar with topics ranging from budgeting and investing, […]

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CLE Partners with Nonprofit Alliance

April 27, 2020

The Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Leadership Education and the Washington, D.C.-based Nonprofit Alliance have announced a partnership to combine Johns Hopkins students’ decision-analytics coursework with nonprofit organizations’ strategic planning. The Center for Leadership Education is part of Johns Hopkins’ Whiting School of Engineering. At a time when nonprofits are especially concerned about having resources […]

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CLE advertising class develops virtual campaign for national competition

April 13, 2020

Implementing their campaign digitally has posed some challenges for undergraduates in the Advertising & Integrated Marketing Communications class, but their thought-provoking video, content marketing, and Zoom Trivia nights are gaining traction with their peers following the move to online instruction. Check out to learn how they, along with 9 other universities nationwide, are countering […]

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The 3rd Annual Gary Laben Lecture has been postponed

March 6, 2020

Per the guidelines announced by President Daniels on March 10, the Center for Leadership Education plans to reschedule the 3rd Annual Gary Laben Lecture, originally set to take place on Friday, March 27, for the Fall 2020 semester.    The 2020 Laben lecture will feature Anthony Middlebrooks, PhD, associate professor in the Biden School of […]

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Project Charmify’s Collaboration with Barclay

December 3, 2019

Project Charmify is a CLE-sponsored, student-led social enterprise dedicated to inspiring, equipping, and educating the next generation of community activists in Baltimore. Project Charmify collaborates with neighborhoods around the Homewood campus to teach workshops, improve public spaces, and strengthen ties between residents and the student body. The group’s current project centers around the neighborhood of […]

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