The Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics is pleased to recognize the accomplishments and activities of the following faculty:
Cameron Beatty, lecturer in leadership education and program adviser at the Catt Center, co-presented “Learning to Thrive, Not Just Survive: Teaching Leadership to Increase Student Transition Success” at the Association of Leadership Educators conference in July in San Antonio, Texas, with center lecturer in leadership education Clint Stephens. Their presentation received the ALE Outstanding Practice Proposals and Presentations Award. Additionally, Beatty’s doctoral dissertation, “Exploring the Leadership Identity Development Model for Students of Color,” was accepted to be presented as a concurrent session during the 2014 Leadership Educators Institute on Dec. 11-13 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Stephens also co-presented “Building Leaders: A National Examination of the Leadership Capacities within Engineering Undergraduate Students” in San Antonio and received an ALE Overall Outstanding Research Proposal Award. He also presented “Teamwork in Space” at Iowa State’s weeklong Spaceflight Operations Workshop in August.