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Something Greater than Escaping

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | May 10, 2011

I ran back to my hut to collect all my possessions: my food bowl, a pair of torn mittens inherited from a dead typhus patient, and a few scraps of paper covered with shorthand notes (on which, as I mentioned before, I had started to reconstruct the manuscript which I lost at Auschwitz). I made […]

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Five Books Any Student Should Read by Brent Crowe

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | April 14, 2011

  Five Books Any Student Should Read by Brent Crowe from SLU on Vimeo. Brent Crowe, Vice President Student Leadership University, shares his top five books any student leader should read especially in preparation for SLU 101.  

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The Essential Drucker on effective leadership – by Brent Crowe

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | March 30, 2011

Peter Drucker was one of the most influential and prophetic writers and thinkers on management and leadership in business over the last century. Drucker is to business what Michael Jordan is to basketball, Mickey Mantle is to baseball, and Pele is to soccer. In short, his impact and influence has been held in such high […]

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Glorifying God in Leadership

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | March 24, 2011

  Brent’s Blog 2011-03-24 from SLU on Vimeo.  

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A Worldview in a Cyber World

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | March 16, 2011

Every morning when 22-year-old Kate wakes up, she rolls over and looks at her smart phone to see if anyone has sent her a text message or email. After responding to a few messages, she taps an icon on the screen immediately it takes her to a networking site where she updates her status and […]

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By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | March 11, 2011

For 17 years, SLU has been privileged to equip students with the tools necessary for them to lead. We are so proud of the tens of thousands of students who are effectively impacting our world with the way they Think, Dream, and Lead. One of those students, Brice Futch, has been actively involved with CARE […]

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Attempt Something Great

By Brent Crowe, Ph.D | March 7, 2011

During the cloudy days of the Civil War, it was difficult to find joy or strength of spirit. President Lincoln would often slip into a Wednesday evening service at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in search of encouragement and comfort through the sermon. After one particularly dramatic presentation, his young aide asked the president […]

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