Leadership Excellence magazine ranks the Stillman School’s Honors Program in the Top 25 of educational leadership development programs.
Leadership Excellence magazine connected with approximately 1,000 organizations known for developing leaders and featured the best in seven categories, including education, Corporate America, non-profits, consulting groups, and the government.
“As director, it is an honor to work with such phenomenal students. Through our program of academics, executive coaching and mentoring, as well as experiential opportunities, the students challenge and stretch themselves. They learn to be extraordinary leaders and to be more than they ever dreamed they could be... in their chosen profession, personal life and in the communities in which they serve.”
Director, The Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development
The Stillman School’s #24 ranking puts it ahead of business school leadership programs at Cornell (#36), William and Mary (#44), Georgetown (#48), Case Western (#50) and Dartmouth (#53).
“We are so grateful for the excellent work of Director Michael Reuter (the engine for the program), faculty colleague Jack Shannon, our incredibly dedicated Leadership Advisory Council, and, of course, our Leadership Development Program students. We are thrilled to be recognized, along with corporate luminaries such as General Mills, IBM, Microsoft and Yahoo, as an organization that excels in developing leaders.”
Dean, Stillman School of Business
To learn more about the Stillman School's Leadership Development Honors Program, visit the The Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development »