Leadership Studies Professor Justin Crowe will be available to help rising juniors declare as Leadership Studies Concentrators from August 3-13. Pre-registration itself won’t begin until August 10 (to see the full registration timeline, click here). During your meeting, Professor Crowe will guide you through the concentration declaration process, which will involve completing this college form. If you have any questions, please contact Robin Keller or the program chair, Justin Crowe.

**Rising juniors and seniors wishing to declare a concentration in Leadership Studies should schedule a virtual advising session with Professor Justin Crowe. To sign up for an appointment on Glow, navigate to sign-up sheets, select “available openings,” and then choose the “LEAD advising” sheet to display available times. There are appointments on Thursday, August 6 (9-11am ET) and Monday, August 10 (1-3pm ET); if none of the available times are possible for you, email Professor Crowe to make a separate appointment. Once you register for an advising session, Professor Crowe will contact you with a Zoom link.

Jim BurnsLeadership Studies focuses on the universal phenomenon of leadership in human groups. Leadership Studies asks what leadership means within a wide variety of social contexts – whether in a family, a team, a theatre company, a philanthropy, a university, a multinational corporation, or a nation state waging war. It seeks to understand the dynamics of the relationships between leaders and followers. It studies authority, power, and influence. It seeks to grasp the bases of legitimacy that leaders claim, and followers grant, in all of these relationships.

Founded in 1997, Leadership Studies is an active program on campus that offers several engaging courses in the field of leadership, provides students with the opportunity to concentrate in the field, hosts numerous exciting guest lecturers each year, and organizes wide-ranging conferences on issues of leadership.  Leadership Studies also supports a range of initiatives that enable students, faculty, alumni, local citizens, and the College community as a whole to study, experience, or practice leadership inside and outside the classroom.  Please  browse our site to learn more about Leadership Studies at Williams College.

For information about the Summer Institute in American Foreign Policy, see here.