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  • Sep 15, 2014

    Fall 2014 confronts Rwandan genocide

    The 1994 Rwandan genocide is one of the darkest times in modern history.   It is also a remarkable learning opportunity: not only for current world leaders still reeling from the collective decision not to intervene, but for future world leaders who will no doubt confront similar challenges in the future.  Because of this, SEGL students have confronted Rwanda every semester since the school’s inception.  Through studying several key responses to the violence, they can better understand the complexities of leadership in times of international crisis.  And they can discover what it takes to be effective under this type of pressure.

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  • Sep 7, 2014

    Speakers, Skittles, and Science: Fall 2014′s First Week

    It’s hard to believe that just one week ago our 24 extraordinary students had never met  each other.  After just seven days, they are already becoming a family.

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  • Sep 1, 2014

    Fall 2014 Joins the SEGL Family

    SEGL’s eleventh semester is off to a strong start!  The 24 new members of the SEGL family (including our first students from Japan and South Africa) are already distinguishing themselves intellectually and interpersonally.

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