Dr. Mark McCloskey, the dean of the Center for Transformational Leadership at Bethel University, will speak on “The Art of Virtue-Based Transformational Leadership” to the Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association and MacArthur School of Leadership.
McCloskey joined the Bethel Seminary in 1998 and now serves as lead faculty for the graduate transformational leadership program. In addition, he serves as a national board member for Love Inc., ministry to the poor and is a former member of the U.S. ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ International.
He has also held positions as director of new staff training, co-director of human resources, and director of international student ministries and campus strategic planning. He is the co-author of the book, "The Art of Virtue-Based Transformational Leadership: Building Strong Businesses, Organizations, and Families."
The March 31 event will also include the awarding of the Jerms McGraw Second Chance Scholarship to two students at PBA. The award is named for Marine Corps 2nd Lt. Jeremiah McGraw, who studied at Bethel while serving as a reservist. He died in a training exercise at age 22 after earning a bachelor’s degree in organizational management.
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