Snapshots: GLA Fellows Go Dutch

| June 20, 2014
Webster's 2014 GLA cohort at Den Haag City Center

Webster’s 2014 GLA cohort at Den Haag City Center

Along with the weeklong session in Leiden that focuses on leading in an international organization, Webster University’s 2014 Global Leadership Academy (GLA) fellows have taken the time to explore their surroundings and experience Dutch culture.

June 16-20 marks the second meeting of the 2014 GLA fellows. From locations across the Webster network, 15 faculty and staff members gathered in Leiden, the Netherlands, to learn about leadership, get a deep and grounded understanding of the University and explore trends and challenges in higher education today. The 2014 GLA fellows will work on team projects throughout this year and meet again in October.

Kelly Lyon, Holly Hubenschmidt, Janice Neal, Margie Muthukumaru, Shelly Sawalich and Ted Green enjoy an introduction of local cheese from a vendor in the open market along Leiden's canals.

Kelly Lyon, Holly Hubenschmidt, Janice Neal, Margie Muthukumaru, Shelly Sawalich and Ted Green enjoy an introduction of local cheese from a vendor in the open market along Leiden’s canals.

Carol Hodson takes in the view during the canal tour.

Carol Hodson takes in the view during the canal tour.

The celebration of the Netherlands' World Cup soccer match victory over Australia at Wednesday's watch party.

The celebration of the Netherlands’ World Cup soccer match victory over Australia at Wednesday’s watch party.

These spirited socks were sported by GLA fellow John Buck for the World Cup match.

These spirited socks were sported by GLA fellow John Buck for the World Cup match.

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