2020 NASPA Annual Conference

Credo: Exploring Leadership and Spirituality Through Dialogue (ID 171)

Few human experiences are as personal, powerful, vexing and divisive as spirituality, religion, and faith. Society yearns for college graduates with the ability to navigate complex worldviews in ways that honor difference and embrace unity. At Central Michigan University, students engage in dialogue across difference, exploring spiritual perspectives and how they inform leadership and change in our world. Presenters will share conceptual frameworks, curricular resources, and findings from the program, Credo: Exploring Leadership and Spirituality.


Tuesday, March 31
1:15 pm to 2:05 pm


301 AB
LA Convention Center

Presented by

Alex Kappus, Assistant Director, Sarah R. Opperman Leadership Institute, Central Michigan University
Terry McGlasson, Associate Professor of Counseling, College of Education and Human Services, Central Michigan University
Robert Zinger, Living Center Director, Grand Valley State University
Travell Oakes, Graduate Assistant, Leadership Programs, Central Michigan University