Creating strong team dynamics quickly.
Simulated trainings of situations in difficult conditions.
Extensive feedback and evaluation of individual and team strengths and weaknesses.
Watson is a new university model in Boulder for student innovators, leaders and entrepreneurs aged 18-23 that includes short master courses from the world's foremost leaders, entrepreneurs, and thinkers including a co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential
Thrust into the day-to-day operations of active duty life.
Taking on a month of mentally and physically challenging courses in humid, buggy conditions.
Immersing themselves into the culture of a foreign country.
Learning about big issues by interacting directly with the people effected.
Meeting with and asking questions of all sides of a complicated issue.
Developing networking skills.
A diverse class of students launched the Leadership Studies Minor this spring semester by completing LEAD 1000: Becoming a Leader. The newly created course serves as the foundation for the minor.
Jeff Janssen, a leadership guru and founder and president of the Janssen Sports Leadership Center, recently wrapped up his first series of seminars at the University of Colorado in front of 67 student-athletes and 44 coaches from 12 of the school's athletic programs.
The CU Athletic Department hosted its 22nd Annual Student-Athlete Academic Recognition Banquet on Tuesday, April 22. Over 300 people attended the event, held in the Byron White Club Lounge at CU's Folsom Field.
This past Sunday, March 23rd, two 5-man teams from the CU-Boulder Army ROTC unit finished first and second in the Bataan Memorial Death March in New Mexico.
Article posted January 17, 2014 on the CESR Blog