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MSLCE Program Director Reflects on the Fall Quarter

We have been busy implementing a series of changes to accommodate the growth of the Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises (MSLCE) program in its second year. The thirty-six students who are enrolled this year are benefiting from the addition of new classes and extracurricular activities designed to enhance their learning experience and

MSLCE Students Get Real Life Experience Analyzing Organizations

By Ben Levine Today, we’re taking a look at one of our core classes and what students learned. Here’s MSLCE student Ben Levine¬†describing our Organizational Processes course taught by MSLCE director Pablo Boczkowski. The Organizational Processes course is the base that helps us understand how¬†organizations function. We analyzed case studies using “The Three Lenses” perspective

From Sculpting to Stand-Up Comedy, MSLCE Student Reimagines Her Career in the Arts

By Amy A. Ross Allison Riddle has long intuited her life would revolve around the arts; however, it wasn’t until a couple of years ago that she even imagined a career in comedy. Riddle attended Eastern Michigan University, and during that time she developed her skills as a sculptor using non-traditional materials like fabrics and