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AASU Graduates Emerging Leaders

SAVANNAH, GA–Armstrong Atlantic State University announces the 2001 graduates of its Emerging Leader Program. Mini-lectures, skill building workshops and human potential exercises provide the students with hands-on training for effective leadership. Only twenty-five students are chosen to participate in each session.

"Graduates of Emerging Leader have gone on to serve as student government officers, orientation leaders, and academic and honors program officers," said Joe Buck, vice president of student affairs. "The skills learned help students to become better citizens and more marketable upon graduation. "

The Emerging Leader Program is a fifteen-week leadership development program directed primarily at new students at AASU. Some of the objectives of Emerging Leaders include assisting with the transition to university life, teaching skills needed to be successful in leadership positions, and enabling students to discover qualities that make them effective.

The following students graduated from the 2001 Emerging Leader Program:

Olsugen Adeyemo Computer Engineering
Maisa Ali Education
Chip Anderson Undecided
Becky Braunstein Theater
Kevin Cartee Communications
Elizabeth Ernst English
Kristin Ferguson Chemistry, Pre-Medicine
Alejandra Garcia Political Science
Kaleya Gaskins Psychology
Radhika Gole General Studies
Charlene Hamilton Undecided
Marisol Lopez Biology
Megan Moore Health Services Administration
William Olmstead Undecided/Economics
Sarah Phillips Political Science
Philip Pope Education
Chris Roach Computer Engineering
Sarah Roberts Undecided
Daniela Salas Psychology

For more information, contact AASU's Division of Student Affairs at 927.5271.

March 6, 2002


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