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Leadership and Social Change. Developing leadership and changemaking capacities to support individual and community flourishing.

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Through courses, co-curricular offerings, and partnerships, LEAD serves as the hub space for developing student’s leadership and changemaking capacities. We believe that leadership and social change are both individually and collectively held and need to be supported through developing individual, relational, and communal skills. Therefore, LEAD is rooted in a commitment to deep inner work that honors wellbeing, compassion, and purpose and from that basis, radiates outward to shape the systems that create and support our societies in more just, connected, and sustainable ways. We are leading from the inside out; learning from the outside in for individual and collective flourishing

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LEAD Classes

  • 95  Ensemble Leadership
  • 101  Leading at Stanford and Beyond
  • 103  Living on Purpose
  • 104  Tools for Meaningful Communities
  • 106A&B  Spiritual Wellbeing and Religious Encounter
  • 10  Living Leadership: Ecological and Contemplative Foundations
  • 108  Leadership from Within: Meditation, Creativity, and Connection
  • 109  Claiming Your Stanford Experience: Encountering People, Ideas, and Places
  • 114  Athletes as Leaders
  • 120   Sexual Citizenship in Fraternities and Sororities
  • 122  Leading with Integrity: ASSU Leadership Foundations
  • 124  Meeting the Moment Fellows Leadership
  • 126A  Ethics and Leadership in Public Service
  • 127B  Leadership, Organizing, and Action: Intensive
  • 152  Dialogue Lab: Engaging Across Difference
  • 196  Sexual Citizenship
  • 198  Directed Reading and Individual Studies
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