Skip to main content
Student activities leadership

Coming this Fall

8/29 Leadership Life Map.  2:00 pm-3:15 pm Tivoli 320BC  
This workshop will explore how you define and practice leadership based on significant experiences from your life.  

EIL small

 

9/5 Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Inventory. 2:00-3:15 pm Tivoli 440
Each participant will take a short questionaire designed to give insight into their Emotional Intelligence in 19 areas.  We'll follow-up with an action plan to strengthen leadership for the future.  

9/11 Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Inventory (Repeat).  2:00 pm Golda Meir Conference Room
 

Clifton image9/19 Strengths Based Leadership  2:00-3:15 pm Tivoli 440
CliftonStrengths for Students is a short questionnaire designed to give insight into your top 5 talents. Utilizing this informaiton, we'll explore how these talents can become leadership strengths to utilize in teams and groups in the future

9/25 Strengths Based Leadership (Repeat)  2:00 pm Golda Meir Conference Room

 

10/3 Leadership & Identity.  2:00-3:15 pm Tivoli 440
How does our socially constructed identity influence how and why we lead others.  We'll explore messages and ideas about leadership that help shape an inclusive view of leadership for the future.  

10/4 Bring it to the Table with Julie Winokur. (TBA)  Tivoli 440
Julie Winokur is a filmaker who will share her story and challenge us to explore complex and compelling issues through diologue.  The American Democracy Project committee at MSU Denver is proud to host the filmaker and students interested in exploring complex and compelling issues.  

4 Agreements Small10/9 The 4 Agreements.  2:00 pm Golda Meir Conference Room
This workshop will give a brief overview and action planning utilzing ancient Aztec/Toltec tranditions and the book, the Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz  
 

10/16 Leadership & Identity (Repeat) 2:00 pm Golda Meir Conference Room 

10/20 CO-LEADS Student Summit.  All Day.  Tivoli Turnhalle Check-In

This annual leadership summit brings together college students from across Colorado to join in discussions of social justice, activism, advocacy, and social change. Students participate in a day of interactive workshops, speaker and networking sessions that challenge, grow, inspire and empower them to make change in their own lives and their communities.

10/24 Conflict  2:00 pm-3:15 pm.  Tivoli 440
How does conflict play a role in your life?  Learn how you can feel more empowered to approach conflict in groups and teams to become a more effective student leader.    

1Book
10/25 1Book/1Project/2Transform Keynote with Diane Guerrero.  11:00 am.  Tivoli Turnhalle
1 Book/1 Project/2 Transform (1B/1P/2T) is a recurring series that brings together MSU Denver students, staff, and faculty around a shared book. n the Country We Love is a moving, heartbreaking story of one woman's extraordinary resilience in the face of the nightmarish struggles of undocumented residents in this country. A Leadership book club (online and in-person) will begin September 25th with free copies of the book available to participants.    
 

 

 

Women Stem Small10/27 Women in Stem Conference.  All Day.  Tivoli
Intersectionality in STEM: Supporting All Voices.
Researchers have long been studying the various reason why women are underrepresented in the STEM fields. This conference aims to not just address some of these reasons, but give our students, faculty, and staff the understanding and tools to help them succeed in their careers of choice.
This year we have two featured keynote speakers: Dr. Renee Horton, a Material Science Engineer with NASA, and Dr. Karissa Sanbonmatsu, a Principle Investigator at Los Alamos National Laboratory and specialist in the mechanisms of ribosomes, riboswitches, and LncRNAs. 
Dr. Horton is the first African American – and first in her family – to earn a doctorate in Material Science from the University of Alabama. You can learn more about her by visiting her website. In addition to her research, Dr. Sanbonmatsu discusses how her gender transition led her down the path to studying epigenetics -- how social interactions alter DNA. You can learn more about her work by visiting her website as well.

10/30  Conflict (Repeat)  2:00 pm-3:15 pm.  Golda Meir Conference Room

11/7   Gratitude.  2:00 pm-3:15 pm.  320BC
Join our leadership team for a special workshop on the importance of gratitude in leadership.  We'll explore different ways to express gratitude as well as highlight the importance of regular gratitude in effective leadership.  

11/13   Gratitude (Repeat)  2:00 pm-3:15 pm.  Golda Meir Conference Room

Denver Talks Small11/16 #DenverTalks with Mayor Hancock & Claudia Renken.  12:30 pm.  Tivoli Turnhalle
Join us for an in-depth community discussion about building a more inclusive Denver. This fall, the city’s residents are invited to participate in a month of conversations and activities based on Claudia Rankine’s Citizen: An American Lyric, a book that deals with race and justice in America today.  

The project will conclude with a special on-stage conversation between Rankine and Mayor Michael B. Hancock will occur on Thursday, November 16th at 12:30 pm.  

 


Our programs are open to anyone, but often require a sign-up or RSVP to participate. Please email Gretta Mincer, Associate Director Office of Student Activities at mincer@msudenver.edu or 303.556.4087


Edit this page
Contact Information

Office of Student Activities


Location:
Tivoli Student Union, Suite 305
900 Auraria Parkway
Denver, CO 80204


Mailing Address:
PO Box 173362, Campus Box 39
Denver, CO 80217-3362


Phone Number: 303-556-2595
Fax Number:
303-556-2596

Like us on facebook