Limestone's Mary Willis Invited As Delegate At Leadership Summit
Limestone College Director of Social Work Technological Services, Mary Willis, has been invited to be a delegate at the University Leadership Summit this October.
The primary objective of the University Leadership Summit is to explore the key aspects and issues related to best practices in higher education and their application as business drivers for innovation and growth. The Summit’s program topics have been pinpointed and validated by presidents from the top universities as the top critical issues they face. Some key issues that will be discussed at the 2018 Summit in Palm Beach, FL, include Promoting Free Expression While Keeping your Campus Safe, The Future for Undocumented Students, #MeToo Movement in Higher Education, and The Lecture of the Future: Blended and Active Learning Classrooms.
Willis has been selected to serve as a representative of the College during these discussions and has been given the opportunity to learn from many other higher education professionals and implement their ideas at Limestone.
Willis graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science Systems Security from Limestone College in 2012. She then graduated in 2014 with an Master’s in Human Environment Science Interactive Technology from the University of Alabama. She won the Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year award for Human Environment Science Interactive Technology in 2014. Willis went on to graduate in 2016 with a Master’s in Health Studies/Promotion from the University of Alabama.