The Forum

Now accepting applications for the 2009-2010 EASL Forum. Applications Due Sept. 24 Download Here

A weekly, interdisciplinary forum focused on service, community building, and leadership development. The Forum brings together 15 undergraduate and graduate students, selected through an application process, in a year-long collaborative learning experience that includes retreats, skill-building sessions, outside speakers, and student-developed projects.


Forum Mission
The mission of the Ethics and Servant Leadership (EASL) Forum is to animate, advance and support students as they develop the power to serve and lead for the common good. Toward that end, we aim to deepen the competence and confidence of students through an experience that:


More than ever, our society needs responsible young leaders not only to revitalize and transform existing institutions, organizations and ways of thinking, but to create new ones as well. Servant Leadership, a leadership models for the new millennium, "emphasizes increased service to others and a holistic approach to work, promoting a sense of community and sharing of power in decision-making." The EASL Forum focuses on developing such leaders among its members.



The EASL Forum is a yearlong program that meets on Monday nights from 5:00-7:00pm.


Fifteen Emory undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who have demonstrated leadership potential and a desire to serve through their involvement in Emory or community activities.

If you have questions of comments, please contact Edward Queen or Carlton Mackey