The Servant Leadership Chair at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, CEE professor Greg Harrington, works to develop a culture of leadership in the Badger engineering student community.
To deepen and further servant leader ideas and values, the chair will do the following:
Develop your professional skills and earn a leadership certificate through a mix of self-discovery and group work that improves Wisconsin communities. Successful completion of the INTEREGR 303: Applied Leadership Competencies in Engineering course is the first step in pursuing this opportunity and the resulting leadership certificate. To learn more or enroll, contact Angela Kita, Associate Director of the Center for Innovation in Engineering Education for the College of Engineering.
An introduction to basic leadership theories and perspectives, with application to real-life experiences (both engineering and otherwise) through reflections, course discussion, readings, and experiential education in local communities. Explore the Social Change Model of Leadership Development and Servant Leadership theory through a critical lens. This course is offered during the fall semester.
The UW-Madison Engineers Without Borders (EWB) chapter builds a better world by educating internationally-responsible engineers and students. The group strives to embody the Wisconsin Idea–that education should influence people’s lives beyond the classroom–by providing engineering and social services in Wisconsin and in under-served communities around the globe.
The chapter currently works in:
This organization empowers women to succeed and advance in their aspirations to be engineers and leaders by:
This organization’s mission is to “change lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development.”
Hispanic STEM students from across the nation are brought together in this organization whose core offerings include: