Weeks, Weeks, Barbuto, and Langone report on a grant-funded project to train faculty from a specific discipline in leadership education. In their article, “The Challenge of Developing Faculty to Teach Leadership as a Secondary Discipline,” Weeks, et al., describe the Leadership Education Institute (LEI) program that combined the talents of three land-grant institutions to serve a cohort of ten faculty, each representing a different institution. Although this one-time opportunity resulted in advances for the participants and their institutions, a continued need exists in both agriculture and other disciplines.

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