Emerging Leaders Institute Information Session
The Emerging Leaders Institute is an in-depth professional development program for Graduate School students and postdocs, designed to prepare you to hit the ground running as competent, confident, and effective leaders at Duke and beyond. In the course of five intensive workshops and a team project over approximately eight weeks, participants work with a team of experienced leadership facilitators and coaches to develop their communication, self-awareness, professional adaptability, interdisciplinary teamwork, and leadership skills.
Hear from the program director and past participants during this Zoom-based information session. The program is open to Graduate School students (Ph.D., M.S., A.M., M.F.A. and M.A.T. degrees) as well as Postdoctoral Scholars and Postdoctoral Associates at Duke. Please note that although this information session is hosted in Zoom, the 2024 ELI program is planned to be in person on Duke's campus.
Panelists representing the 2023 cohort:
- J. Spencer Hauck, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Associate, Pathology
- Veronique Koch, master's student, Graduate Liberal Studies
- Rachael Lau, Ph.D. candidate, Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Rickard Stureborg, Ph.D. candidate, Computer Science
- Yudong Sun, Ph.D. candidate, Biochemistry
The Emerging Leaders Institute is sponsored by The Graduate School and the Office of Postdoctoral Services.
Communication, Emerging Leaders Institute (ELI), Leadership, Professional Adaptability, Professional Development, Self Awareness