Greece Leadership Theory

June 16 – 29, 2017

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The focus of this program is on personal leadership development in the context of Greek culture. Students will have an opportunity to explore the evolution of leadership theory. Students will gain a broader perspective in European agriculture and culture through interaction with our hosts in Thessaloniki, the American Farm School and Dimitris Perrotis College. Students will explore Greece with weekend excursions to Athens, Delphi, Mt. Olympus and a possible day cruise to several small islands close to Athens.

Summer I Session: May 31- July 1, 2017

Course Travel Dates: June 16 – 29, 2017

Costs: $3,600 + Airfare, Tuition and Fees

Application Deadline: February 1, 2018

Scholarship Application Deadline: February 1, 2018

Faculty Leader: 

Tammie Preston-Cunningham, Ph.D  |  Assistant Director
Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life| Texas A&M University
224 John J. Koldus Building, 1173 TAMU | College Station, TX 77843-1173
ph. 979.862.5636| fax. 979.862.1026

Courses: ALED 340/ALED 485




  • Undergraduate / Graduate

Classes Offered: 

ALED 340 Survey of Leadership Theory (3 credits): Identification of styles and roles of leadership; development of leadership techniques and skills required in working with organizations and youth groups; methods of resolving conflict, of communicating, of guiding and of evaluating; ethical consideration for leaders.

ALED 485  Directed Studies (3 credits): Studies related to classroom, laboratory, supervised activities in agriculture, work experience, extension education and adult educational activities in agricultural programs.

Partners: American Farm School and Dimitris Perrotis College

This program collaborates with Texas A&M Greek Life.

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