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2016 D-LAB Facilitators

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D-LAB (Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors) is a student-facilitated program designed for first-year students to discover the relationship between leadership and personal values. Through self-reflection and challenging discussion, students will soon find their place among the Dartmouth community and beyond.

2016 D-LAB facilitators. Photo by Philip Son '16.

First Row: Thienan Dang ’16, Emily Robertson ’18, Juliet Morales ’18, Felicia Teter ’13, Madison DeRose ’18, Kelsey Flower ’18, Savannah Moss ’18,  Second Row: Sarah Waltcher ’16, Sara Harris ’18, Josefina Ruiz ’17, Nina Dewees ’16, Niamé Daffé ’18, Jay Raju ’18, Third Row: Riley Collins ’18, Bryan Bliek ’18, Lucas Bezerra ’16, Abhishek Bhargava ’18, Hassan Hassen ’18, Anthony Addo ’18, Hersh Trivedi ’16, Austin Boral ’16, Missing From Photo: Annelise Sauter Ortiz ’16, Sean Connolly ’16, Jack Cardwell ’18, Jessica Jones ’18
Student facilitators for D-LAB are selected and trained in the fall of each year. Armed with facilitation skills, student facilitators lead reflection exercises and discussions that are essential to personal growth as both a student and a community member. As facilitators, students are responsible for catalyzing important discussions about leadership attitudes and leadership behavior.
For more information on participating in D-LAB, or becoming a student facilitator, visithttp://rockefeller.dartmouth.edu/studentopps/dlab.html

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