Fall 2011 Rockefeller Center Newsletter

Vol. 17, No. 1 -- Fall 2011



The Rockefeller Center electronic newsletter is published at the beginning of each term, and is a summary of news and notes.



Gregg Fairbrothers with RLF Alumni
" Building good leaders is a goal that Dartmouth can achieve through more experiential learning." -- comment from Rockefeller Leadership Fellow Alum who attended the August 2011 Alumni Conference.

In his Fall 2011 Direct Line, Rockefeller Center Director Andrew Samwick asks the question:   Why does it matter that our culture of leadership is not as well developed as our culture of learning?  Professor Samwick's address was delivered at the 10th Anniversary Alumni Conference of the Rockefeller Leadership Fellows Program, one of the Summer 2011 highlights you will find below.

What you might have missed during Summer 2011:

What to look forward to during the Fall 2011 Term:



Rockefeller Student Discussion Groups begin the week of September 26th.  We have three groups that will be meeting during the 2011-2012 year, and are led by students.  Join us for dinner and a casual forum to talk about politics, leadership, public speaking and Dartmouth current events.

Upcoming Deadlines:






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