Scholars in Ethical Leadership: Prospective Students

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Scholars in Ethical Leadership is a four-year learning experience that will prepare students to be leaders and agents of change in diverse institutional, professional, and societal contexts. The program is in the final stages of the approval process, with a launch date of Fall 2014 anticipated.

Students will receive scholarship support throughout the program, and upon successful completion of the requirements, will receive an Undergraduate Honors Certificate in Ethical Leadership. The program design is flexible and interdisciplinary, and will accommodate students in most undergraduate majors. An detailed overview of the program is available here.

Application Process

Candidates for the Scholars program will be selected by a screening committee in collaboration with the university admissions office. As part of the application process, an additional essay, non-academic letters of recommendation, and personal interviews will be required. Potential for academic performance and potential for leading positive change within diverse institutional, professional and societal contexts will also be considered. For more information, please contact Azalea Hulbert at 205.726.4634.

Contacts

 

Drayton Nabers, Jr.
Director
205.726.4362

dnabers@samford.edu

Brooks Hall, 227A

 

C. Cameron Collins 
Program Manager
205.726.4634
Brooks Hall, 227B

Mitzi Lafferty  
Administrative Assistant
205.726.4366
Brooks Hall, 227
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 The Frances Marlin Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership emphasizes the indispensable connection between ethics and good leadership in business, government, social services and the classic professions. Much of the center’s work is at this vital nexus of ethics and leadership. 

Frances Marlin Mann Center for Ethics and Leadership
800 Lakeshore Drive
Birmingham, AL 35229
205-726-4634 or Cameron Collins, Program Manager