The Masters in Leadership Studies Capstone Project Papers are designed to provide Master’s students with an opportunity to demonstrate the integration and application of their learning throughout their program through an applied or research-based project.
Applied projects offer a design, program or process to address a challenge, issue or topic. Applied projects require students to apply the conceptual and practical knowledge they have gained in the program to address a “real-life” problem or issue, without requiring an extensive literature review or research methodology development.
Research projects focus on developing a more in depth understanding of an issue, interest, concern, or phenomenon. The research includes a miniature literature review on the topic and provides explanations of the implications and applications for future practice in the related field.
Capstone Project Papers from 2017
Ethnic Nationalism and Identity Formation in Cyprus, 1571 to 1974, Nicholas James Antoniades
Examining Hierarchy Structures in Non-Profits; The Keller Model, Scott J. Keller
Differences in Leadership Between China and US, Xiaomu Pan
It's a Girl Thing Enrichment Club, Jasmine D. Reaves
Mindfulness Program for Student Athletes, Daniel J. Savory
Nature Unplugged: Cultivating Healthier Boundaries around Technology and Inspiring Reconnection with Nature, Sebastian Slovin and Sonya Mohamed
Self Powered: A Guide to Becoming a Self-Leader, Samantha D. Wolf