"This is a must-have book for leadership educators and all student affairs professionals who want to develop impactful leadership programs and the leadership capacity of students. Buy it. Read it. Use it to develop the needed leadership for our collective future."
? CYNTHIA CHERREY, vice president for campus life, Princeton University, and president, the International Leadership Association
"As we continue to encourage leadership behavior in young people, it is very easy to get lost in a forest of new theories, programs, and definitions. This handbook serves as the compass to guide us, and it grounds the field of student leadership development in principles and best practices. Our challenge is to put this work into action."
?PAUL PYRZ, president, LeaderShape
" Comprehensive in design and scope, the second edition of The Handbook is a theory and practice resource manual for every leadership educator?inside and outside of the classroom."
?LAURA OSTEEN, director, the Center for Leadership and Civic Education, Florida State University
" Every college administrator responsible for coordinating student leadership programming should have this book. The Handbook for Student Leadership Development takes the guesswork out of leadership program design, content, and delivery."
?AINSLEY CARRY, vice president for student affairs, Auburn University
" I recommend without hesitation the Handbook for Student Leadership Development to student affairs professionals who desire to enhance the leadership experiences for all their students as well as teachers who are seeking ways to bolster their students' classroom experiences."
? Dr. WILLIAM SMEDICK, director, Leadership Programs and Assessment, Office of the Dean of Student Life, and lecturer, Center for Leadership Education, Johns Hopkins University
Foreword (Dennis C. Roberts).
About the Authors and Editors.
1 Advancing Leadership Education (Susan R. Komives).
1 FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP EDUCATION.
2 Leadership Theories (John P. Dugan and Susan R. Komives).
3 Research on College Student Leadership Development (John P. Dugan).
4 Considerations of Student Development in Leadership (Wendy Wagner).
5 Considerations of Student Learning in Leadership (Julie E. Owen).
2 PROGRAM DESIGN.
6 Establishing and Advancing a Leadership Program (Jan Arminio).
7 Inclusive Design (Art Munin and John P. Dugan).
8 Assessment and Evaluation (Julie E. Owen).
9 Funding Leadership Programs (Angie Vineyard and Craig Slack).
3 PROGRAM CONTEXT.
10 Formal Leadership Program Models and Structure (Paige Haber).
11 Curricular Programs (Felicia Mainella and Marlena Martinez Love).
12 Co-Curricular Programs (Jennifer A. Smist).
4 PROGRAM DELIVERY.
13 Powerful Pedagogies (Cara Meixner and Dave Rosch).
14 Considerations for Cultural and Social Identity Dimensions (Daniel T. Ostick and Vernon A. Wall).
15 Contemporary Topics in Leadership (Wendy Wagner and Kristan Cliente).
John P. Dugan Loyola University Chicago.
Julie E. Owen New Century College of George Mason University.
Craig Slack University of Maryland, College Park.