Three Engineering Leadership Students Awarded Graduating Student Awards by College of Engineering

April 12, 2021

Three Engineering Leadership Program students have been awarded Graduating Student awards by the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Cathleen Samson (Computer Science, BS) and Sasha Hall (Computer Science, BS) have both received the College's Community Impact Award. Jenna Trost (Chemical Engineering, BS & Applied Mathematics, BS) has received the...

ENLP Faculty Member Angela Thieman Dino Featured in Engineering College's International Women's Day Celebration

March 17, 2021

ENLP Faculty Member Angela Thieman Dino was recently featured in the College of Engineering's celebration of International Women's Day. Click here to read an article on Professor Thieman Dino , written by ENLP student Sasha Hall!

ENLP Student Brian Muriithi Named CU Student Leader of the Year

Feb. 28, 2021

The Center for Leadership has announced recipients of the 2020–21 Newton Endowed Chair in Leadership Student Leaders of the Year, and ENLP student Brian Muriithi has been named an awardee! Recipients were recognized during the marquee event of the Leo Hill Speaker Series feauring New York Times columnist David Brooks...

ENLP to Host Erin Dolgoy in Second Virtual Speaker Series Event on March 22nd, 2021

Feb. 28, 2021

The Engineering Leadership Program is proud to announce the second speaker in our virtual speaker series titled The New STEM Enlightenment: Political Promises and Perils of Science and Technology. The series examines how America’s zealous promotion of science, technology, and scientific education affects American democracy. Register for the event here...

Recording of Bernhardt Trout Lecture Now Available

Feb. 13, 2021

On February 5th 2021, Bernhardt Trout delivered the innagural lecture in the Engineering Leadership Program's 2021-22 Lecture Series: "The New STEM Enlightenment: Political Promises and Perils of Science and Technology."

ENLP Announces New Virtual Speaker Series, MIT's Bernhardt Trout Featured in First Event

Feb. 1, 2021

The Engineering Leadership Program is proud to announce a new virtual speaker series titled The New STEM Enlightenment: Political Promises and Perils of Science and Technology. The series examines how America’s zealous promotion of science, technology, and scientific education affects American democracy. How does our reverence for science and technology...

ENLP Featured in Scientific American: "Why Did the Wright Brothers Succeed When Others Failed?"

April 22, 2020

ENLP Faculty Director Shilo Brooks has published an article on the importance of intellectual curiosity for engineers in Scientific American . The article discusses how the Wright Brothers' interests in a wide variety of intellectual subjects helped them solve the problem of human flight. ENLP's introductory course, ENLP 2000: Leadership,...

ENLP featured by American Society for Mechanical Engineers: "The Philosophy and Art of Engineering Leadership"

March 22, 2020

The Engineering Leadership Program has been featured in a write-up by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Click here to read the article!

ENLP Student Morgan Kauss Named Student Leader of the Year by Newton Endowed Chair, Chancellor Philip DiStefano

Feb. 4, 2020

The Newton Endowed Chair in Leadership, currently held by Chancellor Philip DiStefano, recently presented the recipients of the 2019-2020 Newton Leadership Student Leaders of the Year Award. This program highlights the impact of leadership education at CU Boulder. By recognizing outstanding students, the Newton Chair rewards exceptional work and highlights...

ENLP Student Anit Koirala Featured in Colorado Engineering Magazine

Nov. 22, 2019

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