The Department of Leadership and Organizational Psychology offers multiple leadership programs that have as their core Christ-like principles. Learn more about the department and meet the faculty.
As part of APU’s commitment to a strengths-based approach to higher education, the department partners with the Noel Academy for Strengths-Based Leadership and Education. The academy conducts research, provides resources, and equips college and university faculty and staff to identify and nurture students’ strengths as the foundation for engaging them in the learning process and achieving excellence.
Learn more about how APU Advances the Strengths Movement (PDF) through the Noel Academy.
Meet the Faculty
Edgar D. Barron, Ed.D., is chair and assistant professor in the Department of Leadership and Organizational Psychology.
Get to know our department faculty.
Department of Leadership and Organizational Psychology
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Elsewhere at APU
APU professors and alumni participated in groundbreaking new research on the Dead Sea Scrolls, sponsored by the Museum of the Bible. The research examines 13 never-before-published Dead Sea Scroll fragments and represents four years of study.
The Department of History and Political Science hosts 12 events on campus, concluding with an election night viewing party. The forums touch upon the central issues of the 2016 election, including media framing and presidential rhetoric.
As we think of this political season, using the word goodness could draw our political discourse in the direction of debating right and wrong. Using the word generosity, though, can lead political discussions into what is caring and helpful.