Crucial Conversations: Erin Coppernoll, Head Coach for Women's Soccer at UW Oshkosh
Mar 12, 2013
from 06:00 pm to 07:30 pm
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Life Lessons learned within Division III athletics. Erin Coppernoll will explore the exciting world of Division III college athletics and how her experience as a player as well as her current players experiences can help teach us lessons on life. Student/athlete balance, team work, and adversity will all be addressed.
Erin Coppernoll has led the Titans to their only two postseason appearances during her nine years with the women’s soccer program. Coppernoll owns the most wins in school history and the fifth highest total in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. This past season the Titans earned their highest national ranking 15th by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. She has coached NCAA Division III athletics for fourteen years. Coppernoll herself was a NCAA Division III athlete and a native of Oshkosh.
Gender discrimination is still a part of our social fabric. Join current women leaders from diverse fields and learn how to be a better leader in your personal, academic, and professional endeavors.
Crucial Conversations is held the 2nd Tuesday of every month during the academic year @ 6pm
The goal of this program is to:
help women connect through shared life experiences
educate/mentor future workforce leaders
share skills/characteristics that will help you succeed in the "real world" upon graduation
empower young women by helping them envision and equip themselves as confident leaders