In a recent study published in the Journal of Leadership Education, Haddad, Pierszalowski, and Velez (2020) found the most significant predictor of post-college leadership efficacy was pre-college leadership efficacy. Results from this study challenge us to consider how we can encourage students with low pre-college leadership efficacy to participate in leadership education and training programs that effectively develop efficacy during the college experience.
Congratulations to Sophie Pierszalowski, Thaddaeus Buser, and Susan Rowe on being ARIS 2020 Fellowship Award Recipients!
Sophie Pierszalowski, PhD and Thaddaeus Buser, PhD Candidate will be working on the project "Mentoring the next generation: A roadmap for using undergraduate research to broaden participation and impact in STEM." This project will present best practices for undergraduate research experiences that are known to promote inclusion in STEM in order to help scientists formulate more effective broader impacts. Read more about the 2020 Fellows and their projects.