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Leadership Development

Leadership Lunches

Twice a month the LIVE Office hosts a local leader to speak to students about their experiences with leadership. This is a great opportunity for students to not only grow in their leadership abilities but also to build personal connections with local Fairbanks leaders. Such networking can open many doors both personal and career wise. 

Our Leadership Lunches have ended for the spring semester, but we are currently looking for Fall 2014 speakers. Have someone in mind? Send us their name and we'll do the rest, at

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Leadership Workshop Series:

Working with Diverse Groups

As part of the LIVE program's continuing Leadership Workshop Series we are proud to present a workshop on Working with Diverse Groups.

The workshop will be Wednesday, April 23rd, from 7p.m. - 8p.m. in Wood Center conference room E/F. 

Space is limited and registration is required, click the picture above to register now. Light snacks and beverages will be provided.

This workshop will count towards your COLD Leadership certificate. Not signed up for COLD? Find more about it online here

Leadership Transition

Our last Leadership Workshop April 30th has CHANGED!

We will be presenting of Leadership Transitions instead of Followership!

Register here

Hope to see you there :)

We offer a number of opportunities for emerging to experienced leaders to expand their leadership toolboxes; join us for our annual UAF Leadership Conference or participate in one of our monthly leadership development activities where you will have the opportunity to interact with campus and community leaders and reflect on your own leadership experiences.

For more Leadership Development events going on around Campus, visit the:

Leadership Development Mission Statement

The mission of the LIVE Program is to cultivate effective leaders for Alaska by creating and supporting a rich variety of student leadership development opportunities, partnering with academic departments and the community, and recognizing successful student leadership.