A group of Bloomsburg University students were among those who recently participated in the 27th Annual Robert D. Lynch Student Leadership Development Institute in Lancaster, where they participated in workshops examining cross-cultural communication, interpersonal relations, building inclusive environments and fostering cultural awareness.
Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education, the leadership conference is designed to address topics essential to developing leadership skills for African-American, Latino-American, and other Black college students.
Participating students were Theo Guillory, Jahkere Wilson, Sharnise Dozier, Mark Brown, Carson Merine, Debbie Stolz, advisor; Tim Carpenter, Shaquel Elam, Shyree Clark and Justin McLoud. Guillory also received the Outstanding Student Award at the conference.

A group of Bloomsburg University students were among those who recently participated in the 27th Annual Robert D. Lynch Student Leadership Development Institute in Lancaster, where they participated in workshops examining cross-cultural communication, interpersonal relations, building inclusive environments and fostering cultural awareness.

Sponsored by theĀ Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education, the leadership conference is designed to address topics essential to developing leadership skills for African-American, Latino-American, and other Black college students.

Participating students were Theo Guillory, Jahkere Wilson, Sharnise Dozier, Mark Brown, Carson Merine, Debbie Stolz, advisor; Tim Carpenter, Shaquel Elam, Shyree Clark and Justin McLoud. Guillory also received the Outstanding Student Award at the conference.

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