Honors Workshop: Lyric Chen


Nov
12
2013

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  • Speaker: Lyric Chen
  • Host Department: Honors Program
  • Date: 11/12/2013
  • Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

  • Location: 1250 Undergraduate Science Building (USB)

  • Description:

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    Leadership and Scholarship with Impact: 
    Strategies to Turn Ideas into Results
    An Interactive Workshop with Lyric Chen

    Do you have a great idea but don’t know how to make it a reality?  Are you eager to change the world but don’t know where to start?  Come to this workshop to learn how to turn an idea or an interest into an action plan, and ultimately, create impact in a sustainable, collaborative manner.  You’ll find information for every stage of the service and leadership process, from finding your interests and passion, reflecting on your short and long term goals, to crafting your organization’s mission statement and filing for incorporation as a business or nonprofit, and, ultimately, charting a career path dedicated to service and social change. You’ll have a chance to craft your ideas, share and collaborate, hear from others and learn from people who have done what you hope to begin.

    Lyric Chen, a 2006 graduate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, studied political science and economics and wrote her Honors thesis on the development of rule of law in China through grassroots use of the legal system. She was a Fulbright Scholar in China and examined women’s rights and legal aid. She also was selected as a Truman Scholar for her public service and leadership. Lyric holds a JD from Harvard Law School and an MPhil from Oxford University, where she studied as a Marshall Scholar. Currently an attorney in private practice, Lyric focuses on civil and criminal litigation and investigation. She also maintains an active pro bono practice and has handled cases involving criminal justice and anti-human trafficking.  A contributor to the book, Do Good Well – Your Guide to Leadership, Action, and Social Innovation, Lyric is dedicated to supporting mentorship and service in the community. Read more about the book at: http://www.dogoodwell.org/

    Tuesday, 11/12/13, 4:00-5:30, 1250 Undergraduate Science Building

    Jointly sponsored by Honors and UROP