by Lauren Bullock and Dan Jenkins
30 April 2020
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Lauren Bullock (co-host with Dan Jenkins of The Leadership Educator podcast) discusses her assignment she used in an undergraduate leadership course which asked students to create their own podcast episodes. The assignment gave students the opportunity to write strategically, use technology to communicate to an audience effectively, and demonstrate an ability to identify appropriate and effective evidence-based research. She describes the challenges of implementing the assignment, successes, and her key learning.
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Lauren Bullock is an Assistant Professor of Instruction in the Department of Advertising and Public Relations at Temple University, where she teaches leadership development and public relations courses. Before transitioning to full-time faculty, Lauren served as an adjunct instructor and led the university’s leadership development co-curricular programs for six years. Before joining Temple in 2008, Lauren worked in athletics administration at Florida State University and the University of Texas at Austin. Currently, Lauren is completing coursework towards a doctorate in leadership and change management from Antioch University.
Dan Jenkins is Chair and Associate Professor of Leadership & Organizational Studies at the University of Southern Maine. He received his doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction (Higher Education Administration) from the University of South Florida. Dan has published more than 30 articles on leadership education and assessment and is an associate editor for the Journal of Leadership Studies. Dan is also a past Chair of the ILA Leadership Education MIG, Co-Chair of the ILA Leadership Education Academy, and enjoys numerous volunteer roles with the Association of Leadership Educators. Follow Dan @Dr_Leadership.