2013 Hatton W. Sumners Student Leadership Conference
February 21 - 24, 2013
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- Howard Prince was a distinguished invited guest of the United States Naval Academy in January 2011 at the Naval Academy's 2011 Leadership Conference. The theme for the leadership conference was "The Cycle of Success" and Dr. Prince participated in a panel on the origins of leadership. For an article about Howard Prince's visit to
Annapolis, please see here. The program for the Naval Academy's Leadership Conference can be found online at here.
- The Texas Exes alumni magazine, the Alcalde, features an extensive article on Howard Prince's career in leadership development and education in the September/October 2010 issue. The article covers Prince's combat experience in Vietnam and subsequent career in leadership education that included serving as the founding department chair of West Point's Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership, serving as the founding dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond, and his return to the University of Texas and the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
- Howard Prince wins the 2010 Core Values Award from the First Tee of Greater Austin. Dr. Prince was selected as the winner for the “Leadership” category and will be honored by the First Tee of Greater Austin and Atlantic Trust at the Hyatt Regency Austin on February 17, 2010.
- Howard Prince, Geoffrey Tumlin, and Stacey Connaughton publish an article in the International Leadership Journal on the development of ethical leadership majors in universities and colleges.
- Howard Prince participates in a panel on leadership in schools of public policy during the November 2009 International Leadership Association’s annual meeting in Prague, Czech Republic
- Howard Prince quoted in November 26, 2009 article on mental health at Ft. Hood in the Austin American-Statesman.
- Howard Prince, Director of the Center for Ethical Leadership, is awarded the prestigious John C. Flanagan Lifetime Achievement Award in Toronto, Canada in August 2009 by the American Psychological Association’s Division of Military Psychology. The Flanagan Award is given to psychologists whose life work significantly advances the theory and the practice of military psychology.
- Geoffrey Tumlin is honored with the prestigious Catedra Laboris designation from the University of Monterrey in Nuevo Leon, Mexico in September 2009. The Catedra Laboris designation, which is akin to an honorary Chair in Labor Relations, is given to a small number of visiting professors and other officials who have been invited to speak at the University of Monterrey in the past few years, and indicates that the presenter is part of the University of Monterrey’s Catedra Laboris group of experts.
- Geoffrey Tumlin represents the Center for Ethical Leadership at the LBJ School’s Office of Conferences and Training’s Ethics in Government Conference in October 2009. Tumlin presented a concurrent session on “Leading Change”.
- Howard Prince was awarded the Eyes of Texas Excellence Award for outstanding contributions to student life at the University of Texas in the Spring of 2008 by a student organization, The Eyes of Texas. The award recognized Dr. Prince as follows: "Your dedication to the education of undergraduate and graduate students at UT is exemplary. Your efforts to build one of the strongest leadership centers and program in the nation show your commitment to improve the education of UT students. Your constant and very valuable participation at university wide events, as well as your permanent willingness to help out student organizations demonstrate a true, selfless devotion to the university community. You have touched the lives of many students you counsel and educate and you have been a voice of innovation and dedication, and yes, an example of leadership. Thank you for making the university a better place." Read more >
- Howard Prince honored by West Point alumni association
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Contemporary studies of leadership
suggest strongly that our nation needs ethical and imaginative
leaders at every level. The future of our society depends
on leaders who are capable of providing strong leadership,
who understand that leadership means service, and who believe
that their very citizenship carries the obligation to lead
when circumstances require. The study of ethical leadership
is a critical component of a public affairs education, and
it must be incorporated into a student's experience along
with the traditional emphasis on policy analysis and formulation.
Through the creation of a Center
for Ethical Leadership in the LBJ School of Public Affairs,
the school intends to self-consciously promote the development
of leadership potential among our students and other constituents.
The Center for Ethical Leadership will prepare graduates for
leadership positions in the public, private, and nonprofit
sectors and for the ethical challenges they will encounter
throughout their careers.
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