MSU Leadership Institute
Inspiring MSU students to become leaders who serve as catalysts for positive change
Spring 2015 Programs
Bozeman will celebrate the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr., with a program sponsored by Humanities Montana, several MSU Offices, Bozeman-area schools and local organizations. Renowned portrait artist, author and advocate for human rights, Robert Shetterly, will give a public presentation on January 20th at 7 p.m. at the Crawford Theater in the Emerson.
Spring 2015 Leadership Summit: Outdoor Leading, Upward Thinking
The Leadership Summit is designed to challenge, inspire, and cultivate skills in leadership, teamwork, and communication.
Maya Angelou with the Leadership Institute.
Founded in 1997 by the Associated Students of Montana State University to provide leadership opportunities and inspiration to students, the MSU Leadership Institute offers answers, resources, and connections for the future leaders of business, government, and education. Acting as a catalyst to the awakening of students' natural leadership skills, communication abilities, and creativity, the Institute empowers students to do more.
The Leadership Institute will lead Montana forward by generating further student involvement through increased leadership connections, trainings, film series, dynamic lunch discussions, and quality keynote speakers. Students will be constantly challenged to think deeper about their current leadership roles and their future impact. By leveraging powerful ideas into action, the Leadership Institute provides an environment for growing student leadership innovations.
To donate to the MSU Leadership Institute click on the above link to access the MSU Foundation online donation form. Be sure to use the "Other" blank when choosing the designation for your gift to indicate that you want your donation to go to the MSU Leadership Institute.