In line with its commitment to build meaningful relationships with its alumni, Ohio University throws the spotlight on Imani Edwards.
Major: BBA Entrepreneurship Minor: Finance Graduated: May 2019 Hometown: Toledo, OH Involvement on Campus: Intramural hockey program, Center for Entrepreneurship Thursday speaking events where various entrepreneurs spoke about their careers How did you choose Ohio University? I had a few friends who were all going to college at the same time and we decided Ohio … Continue reading Terry Burns’ career path inspired by watching grandfather and father start successful businesses
Major: Business Management, Marketing, and Strategic Leadership Hometown: Saint Clairsville, Ohio Involvement on Campus: Ohio University Consulting Fellows, Tour guide Expected Graduation: May 2021 How did you choose Ohio University? Ohio University was the last campus I visited, but when I got here I instantly knew it was the right choice for me. There is … Continue reading Jace Johnston urges fellow students to mold and shape their college experience to whatever they want it to be
Major: B.A. in Journalism (2009) and M.A. in Applied Linguistics (2016) Hometown: Chardon, OH Involvement on Campus: Taught classes in English Language Improvement Program (ELIP) and Ohio Program of Intensive English (OPIE). Campus Ambassador (now referred as a Student Ambassador) Linguistics Society of Ohio University. Why did you choose Ohio University? I visited once my … Continue reading Kelley Bodwell continues education with the Urban Teachers program in Washington, D.C.
At the CLDC, we have eight leadership skills that we instill in OHIO students. We’ll be featuring a skill every month through an interview with a student ambassador to talk about why each skill is so important. May’s CLDC leadership skill is well-being, which is explained by student ambassador Maris Vick.
This year, the CLDC hosted the inaugural Bobcat Leadership Challenge, which brought students from across campus together to practice their leadership skills and compete with fellow Bobcats. Read more about the event here.
At the end of the semester, the Pepsi Scholars attended the Collegiate Leadership Competition for the second year in a row. Our twelve students were split into two teams and were asked to try their best on a series of leadership activities that challenged different skills and knowledge. On Friday, April 12, the students piled … Continue reading Pepsi Scholars: Ready, Set, Lead!