ENES304

RISE Seminar

Restriction: Must be in the Engineering RISE Leadership Program; and permission of ENGR-A. James Clark School of Engineering. This is the first semester of a two semester sequence taken by RISE students in their first semester in the program. T he purpose of ENES 304 is for RISE students to learn about leadership, acquire leadership skills, and understand how to integrate leadership theories and concepts in engineering practice. There will be a mix of formal lectures by course faculty and lectures by distinguished speakers who can provide their own experience of what leadership means and how it is acquired. Students will explore their own leadership philosophy and leadership capacities in the context of group practice. Students will make meaning of general leadership theories and concepts and understand how to apply them to engineering industry. Students will also gain understanding of leadership through the stories shared by distinguished speakers with industrial, governmental and academic experience.

Fall 2022

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Fall 2021

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Past Semesters

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