The Leadership Center identifies and recruits scholars involved in significant research and writing on leadership issues pertinent to the mission of the Center. The Scholars-in-Residence program brings scholars and public intellectuals to the campus, providing them the opportunity for concentrated work on research projects that serve as a resource for instruction, development, publication and training.
Since AY 2010-2011, Ambassador Andrew Young has served as distinguished scholar-in-residence. He joined Dr. Preston King who has been with the Center since 2003. Ambassador Young will conduct public lectures, participate in academic programs, forums or workshops and serve as a critical resource on his areas of expertise. In addition, Dr. Jochen Fried, Andrea King, Esq. and Dr. R. Drew Smith are serving as scholars-in-residence. Former scholars-in-residence include: C.B. Hackworth, Dr. Melvinia Turner King, Dr. Patricia Mitchell, Dr. Carter Savage and Dr. Joycelynn Wilson.
|Ambassador Andrew Young||Andrea Young, Esq.|
|Dr. Preston King||Dr. Carter Savage|
|Dr. R. Drew Smith||Dr. Jochen Fried|