See what's happening at the Siegel Institute! VIEW the FALL 2014 issue of THE VOICE OF ETHICAL LEADERSHIP newsletter.
Early registration for Spring 2015 classes begins on November 3. KSU staff take advantage of your TAP benefit and register for Siegel classes!
Learn about ILEC 8900 (section 1) "Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse" and ILEC 8900 (section 2) "Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics to be taught in Spring 2015 as well as other Siegel Institute classes...read more
The Siegel Institute will present a series of five workshops developed for women who are interested in enhancing their leadership potential...read more
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Directions to the workshop at the KSU Center
SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 15th ANNUAL PHENOMENAL WOMEN'S CONFERENCE SCHEDULED FOR MARCH 20, 2015!
2015 Conference Agenda
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Directions to the conference site at the KSU Center
Welcome to the Siegel Institute! I encourage you to peruse this site to discover the new and exciting offerings as well as information about our programs and projects. Take a moment to explore our many workshops and conferences as well as the course offerings in the Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Ethics.
This year, we will continue to offer a series of workshops leading up to the March 20, 2015, Phenomenal Women's Conference. These pre-Conference workshops allow participants to explore topics of interest in a relaxed workshop-style setting. This coming year, we have planned a series of five workshops for women who are interested in enhancing their leadership potential.
I hope you enjoy discovering the various programs and projects offered by the Siegel Institute and that you will choose to attend some of our events. If you have any questions or would like more information about the Siegel Institute, please feel free to contact us.
-Dr. Linda M. Johnston, Executive Director
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Recently released, Sports: Peacebuilding and Ethics, edited by the Siegel Institute's executive director Linda Johnston, shows that sports can be an effective mechanism for peacebuilding, especially when incorporated into conflict-resolution programs. Among the questions explored in the volume are: various aspects of culture and how they can help shape sports programs; the role of a coach in creating a culture of peace, and how this culture can fit into a peacebuilding process. Contributors also examine the role of sports in trauma relief programs in Rwanda; the role of universities in sports; and the role of sports in the demilitarization of child soldiers as well as tackle some of the legitimate concerns raised about using sports for peacebuilding.
Congratulations Linda and contributors on this outstanding book!
book summary from http://www.amazon.com/Sports-Peacebuilding-Ethics-Linda-Johnston/dp/141283885
Emmie Leigh Trull, American Studies Graduate Student, Kennesaw State University, shares her thoughts on the Siegel Institute's "The Ethics of Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse" class
"The Ethics of Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse" class has been incredibly informative to include into my graduate coursework. I have learned many life skills already just from participating in this class for the first half of the semester. Not only are we learning about zombie popular culture, but we are learning how to deal with crisis situations and leadership roles. Much like in a zombie apocalypse, leadership is needed in a crisis situation. The Zombie effect just makes it more interesting! If you enjoy zombies, or even if you are like me and don't care for them, I would encourage you to enroll in this class!
Learn about future Zombie classes!
Zolzaya Batkhuyag, IREX Fellow from Mongolia, has been a true activist of human rights and gender equality since 2008. She is a general coordinator of the Young Women for Change NGO and has led many projects and advocacy works to raise public awareness and community building.
Zolzaya has engaged in various activities to promote human rights and gender justice such as producing the Vagina Monologues play by Eve Ensler in the V-Day Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, from 2011 - 2013, a global movement for combating violence against women and girls, and leading the youth election monitoring project during the 2012 Parliamentary Election.