Provost's Leadership Academy
The Provost's Leadership Academy provides incoming Kent State University students with a unique leadership experience on campus. The students will meet once per week during the fall and spring semesters to meet two goals. During the fall semester, the goal is for the students to understand their leadership style, each other, and the community through activities and programs, from which they will generate a list of possible areas of concern within the university community that could be addressed. During the spring semester, the goal is for students to explore and work to improve one of those areas of concern. Upon the conclusion of the semester, the students will present their final project to Todd Diacon, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. All participants who successfully complete the program will receive a $300 book scholarship.
Developing leadership in talented first-year students.
Student leaders who become change agents in the university community.