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

ENLP Students Welcome Kandeh Yumkella, Former United Nations Under-Secretary-General, to CU

Nov. 22, 2019

ENLP students Evan Luebbert and Paula Pulido took the lead in ensuring undergraduate involvement in Dr. Kandeh Yumkella 's visit to CU Boulder. Evan and Paula recruited representatives from over fifteen student organizations to join Yumkella in discussing "The 2030 Sustainable Development Goals: The Energy Nexus". Yumkella is the world’s...

ENLP Featured in Boulder Daily Camera, Recognized for Innovative Curriculum, Designated as "Oasis of Excellence" by American Council of Trustees and Alumni

Oct. 5, 2019

The Boulder Daily Camera Published a feature article on the Engineering Leadership Program that describes its innovative curriculum, and its recent designation as an "Oasis of Excellence" by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA). The article can be read here . ACTA's mission is to promote rigor and...

ENLP Director Awarded Research Fellowship at Princeton University

Sept. 21, 2019

Shilo Brooks, faculty director of the Engineering Leadership Program, has been awarded a 2019-20 fellowship at the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University . Scholars in the James Madison Program are invited to Princeton to work on some aspect of American political thought or an...

ENLP Hosts Student Lunch with Mark Munch, President of Bruker Nano Group

July 23, 2019

On April 25th, 2019, ENLP students recieved a crash course in leadership from CU Alumnus Mark Munch. Dr. Munch has served since September 2012 as President of Bruker Nano Group, with responsibility for management of the global operations of the Bruker Nano Group, which manufactures and distributes the Bruker’s advanced...

ENLP Students Return from Global Intensive Course in East Africa

July 23, 2019

ENLP welcomes the return of twelve students who participated in ENLP's first Global Intensive in East Africa. Led by ENLP's Angela Thieman Dino, and facilitated by the Global Livingston Institute , students visited urban and rural communities in Uganda and Rwanda. From the dynamic capital cities of Kampala and Kigali,...

ENLP Student Spencer Wegner Hosts New ENLP Podcast

March 8, 2019

ENLP Student Spencer Wegner has created an ENLP podcast in which he conducts topical and wide-ranging interviews with engineering faculty and staff. The first four espisodes feature interviews with ENLP Director Shilo Brooks, Senior Instructor Angela Thieman Dino, former director JoAnn Zelasko, and Herbst Humanities Instructor Andrea Kowalchuk. The podcast...