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Alumni Society Board of Governors Book Discussions

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Join fellow alumni for virtual book discussions

The College of Education and Human Ecology’s Alumni Society Board of Governors is hosting a series of virtual book discussions as part of its commitment to lifelong learning. Grab a book and join thought-provoking conversations with your fellow alumni!

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Book Discussion Dates

Nov. 9, 2022
7 – 8 p.m. ET

Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter
By: Liz Wiseman

This book is an excellent resource for business and educational leaders (and those who aspire to become leaders). Our discussion will focus on the author’s strategies for leveraging the talent on your team.

Registration deadline is Nov. 7.


Jan. 24, 2023
7 – 8 p.m. ET

Culturally Responsive School Leadership
By: Muhammad Khalifa

A must-read for school leaders and aspiring school leaders. The author is Professor of Educational Administration and Executive Director of Urban and Rural Initiatives in the College of Education and Human Ecology.

Registration deadline is Jan. 22, 2023.


April 25, 2023
7 – 8 p.m. ET

The Athena Principles: Simple Wellness Practices for Overworked Professionals
By: Kathy Robinson

For busy and overwhelmed professionals, this book presents strategies for treating yourself with compassion, showing up for yourself with optimism, creating a self-care plan and developing a support system for success.

Registration deadline is April 23, 2023.


Purchase, rent or borrow your copy of the book, and join an evening of stimulating conversation and alumni connections. More details, including how to join the virtual meeting, will be shared once you register.

Recent graduates and current students are encouraged to participate!

Questions can be directed to Mindy Farry, President, EHE Alumni Society Board of Governors.