MSL is an annual, international study exploring the role
of higher education in shaping leadership development
among college students. The study examines a wide
array of leadership outcomes (self-awareness, citizenship,
collaboration) and leadership-related outcomes (cognitive
skills, efficacy, social perspective-taking). It also explores
how students engage with the college environment
(mentoring relationships, involvement patterns).
Findings from MSL 2011 will allow your school to:
Understand student experiences ;; influencing
leadership development on your campus.
Obtain a benchmark ;; for comparing
leadership outcomes internally and externally
with national and peer norms.
Develop evidence-based programs, ;;
interventions, and services.
“Participating in the MSL has provided us a wealth of information about
our students, their experiences, and how they learn about and understand
leadership. The data is extensive and has been an important source of
information for institutional assessment efforts. It has helped us measure a
number of departmental and university learning outcomes.”
— Dr. Jon Dooley, Senior Associate Dean of Student Development,
MSL is a project of the National
Clearinghouse for Leadership
Programs in conjunction with the
Center for Student Studies.
Get more information or enroll online at:
Visit our booth at the upcoming NASPA Annual Conference
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Vice President for Student Affairs
Central State University invites nominations and applications for the position Vice President for Student Affairs.
Central State University is a nationally recognized historically black institution in the heart of Ohio. Our beautiful campus in Wilberforce is home to a proud 122-
year tradition of excellence in higher education. Central State offers leading edge programs in urban education, manufacturing and environmental engineering and
jazz studies and has graduated generations of leaders in fields ranging from education, business, communications, natural sciences, and the fine and performing
Central State University serves a diverse student population of approximately 2,400 students within a supportive atmosphere where students’ success is a priority.
At Central State University students are given the opportunity to excel academically and to have a rich, dynamic, relevant, and engaging college experience.
The Vice President for Student Affairs will plan, administer, and evaluate operational, financial, and personnel activities of the Division of Student Affairs, which
encompasses Student Activities and Greek Affairs, Student Government and Student Leadership, Student Health Services, Transportation, and Career Services.
This position reports to the President and is a member of the President’s Cabinet.
It is critical that the successful candidate provide vision, leadership, and strong strategic direction to Division of Student Affairs in supporting the academic
mission of University.
The successful candidate must be dedicated to collaborating with University leadership to advance student enrollment and retain students.
Interested candidates must have earned a master’s degree (doctorate preferred) in higher education, student personnel, or related field, with ten years progressively
responsible experience in student services. Candidates must demonstrate direct experience and significant expertise in the area of student affairs.
Cover Letter should be addressed to Dr. James C. Renick, Chair, Vice President for Student Affairs Search Committee. Applications will be accepted until the
position is filled.
Applicants must apply online at
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