Title

2013 Cross Cultural Leadership Program Spring Immersion Project

Presenter Information

Ryan Gregson

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC 271

Start Date

16-5-2013

End Date

16-5-2013

Abstract

This project was a cohort of seven Central Washington University students, who traveled to New Orleans for four days studying various districts. The intent of this project was for the cohort to learn about the relationship between culture and leadership. On the trip, the cohort went on several tours including a swamp tour, a service project with Youth Rebuild New Orleans, a twilight walking tour of the French Quarter, a meeting with Councilman Gray, a plantation tour at Oak Alley, and a tour of Loyola University given by Dr. Reed. Through these experiences we achieved our goal by utilizing recorded pictures, video, testimonials, and personal descriptions. We will share what we discovered and learned on our journey.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Raymond Hall

Additional Mentoring Department

Anthropology

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2013 Cross Cultural Leadership Program Spring Immersion Project

SURC 271

This project was a cohort of seven Central Washington University students, who traveled to New Orleans for four days studying various districts. The intent of this project was for the cohort to learn about the relationship between culture and leadership. On the trip, the cohort went on several tours including a swamp tour, a service project with Youth Rebuild New Orleans, a twilight walking tour of the French Quarter, a meeting with Councilman Gray, a plantation tour at Oak Alley, and a tour of Loyola University given by Dr. Reed. Through these experiences we achieved our goal by utilizing recorded pictures, video, testimonials, and personal descriptions. We will share what we discovered and learned on our journey.