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November 2013

Nov 20

  • "Winning the Money Game" by Adam Carroll
    • Leadership speaker Adam Carroll has been a frequent guest lecturer in over 500 campuses and hundreds of college leadership and fraternity conferences. His keynotes put students on the edge of their seats and his breakout sessions are standing room only. When attendees are asked what they thought of Adam's presentations, they use words like, "inspirational, impactful, hilarious, and 100% relevant to our situation." There are very few speakers who can capture an audience from the first minute and keep them going the entire presentation. Adam is one of those speakers and delivers rock-solid content every single time he gets up on stage. For more information http://www.adamspeaks.com
    • 7:30 pm, Valders Hall of Science Room 206
     • Valders Hall of Science Room 206

March 2014

Mar 18

  • SAC Leadership Presents: Miss Iowa!
    • On June 10, 2013, the Miss Iowa pageant crowned Nicole Kelly, 23 year old, a University of Nebraska graduate. A native of Keokuk, Iowa, was born without a left forearm. Ms. Kelly said that she has gotten used to the stares that often come with her disability. "As I grew older, I learned to offset the initial stares I received from people with an outgoing personality that would not give in to "No." This meant that I tried everything! From baseball, to dance to diving, there was nothing I would not try. I found my passion within a world where I was giving people permission to stare…the stage." Kelly has also said that competing in pageants allows her to be comfortable with herself. “I found I could tell people it was acceptable to stare. It was the place that was kind of an outlet for me, a place I could stand up and be myself, and say here I am, and I’m confident in myself," she said. Please join us for her inspiring presentation on "The Power of One". This event is sponsored by SAC Leadership and is free to everyone.
    • 7:00 pm, Valders Hall of Science, 206
     • Valders Hall of Science, 206