From Skeletons to Scholars: The Anatomy of Leadership
Join us for an enlightening evening with Professor Dame Sue Black, a world-renowned forensic scientist and the 37th President of St John's College, University of Oxford, as she presents her thoughts on, “From Skeletons to Scholars: The Anatomy of Leadership.” This event is organised by Sunway Education as part of its Inclusive Leadership Series, together with the Asian Strategy & Leadership Institute (ASLI) and Sunway University, supported by the Oxford and Cambridge Alumni Society of Malaysia (Oxbridge Malaysia) and the UK Women Alumni (UKWA).
The talk will be moderated by Prof. Dato’ Dr Elizabeth Lee, Group CEO of Sunway Education, and director, ASLI Board of Directors.
Dame Sue Black's illustrious career spans from being a pivotal figure in forensic investigations across the globe, including war crimes in Kosovo, to her significant academic roles at leading institutions like Lancaster University and Oxford University. Her appointment as a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire and entry into the House of Lords as Baroness Black of Strome are testaments to her extraordinary contributions to higher education and forensic science.
In her talk, Professor Black will share her unique perspective on nurturing leadership qualities, drawn from her extensive experiences at the forefront of society, science, and scholarship.
Whether you are a student, professional, or simply a curious mind, “From Skeletons to Scholars: The Anatomy of Leadership” is set to be an inspiring session that will leave you with a new perspective on the dynamics of leadership. We look forward to having you join us for this rare and exciting event.
|Registration of participants
|Talk by Prof Dame Sue Black, President of St John's College, University of Oxford
|Q&A Moderated by Professor Dato' Elizabeth Lee, Group CEO of Sunway Education