Fourth-year PhD candidate Reed O’Mara and first-year PhD student Luke Hester participated in the Humanities in Leadership Learning Series (HILLS) Graduate Symposium this past weekend along with six other CWRU graduate students from across the humanities and humanities-adjacent fields. Together, the group discussed pathways to academic and administrative leadership and how to implement positive change at the department and university levels. The symposium was coordinated and facilitated by Dr. Timothy Beal and Dr. Joy Bostic and featured a discussion led by the interim Dean of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Lee Anne Thompson. Congrats to Reed and Luke for being selected to participate!
Image: As a part of the symposium, participants visited the University Farm. Here, Reed and Luke are pictured at the November Meeting Center.