Colorado State University – Pueblo’s Robertshaw honored by professional organization
PUEBLO – Scott Robertshaw, associate director of student recreation at Colorado State University-Pueblo, was honored as a 2009 Servant Leader Award recipient at the 37th annual International Conference of the Association for Experiential Education (AEE) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Oct. 29-31, 2009.
The award recognizes individuals whose contributions have inspired others to dream, to act, to reach for and maintain a high standard of excellence and, more specifically, for his active, excellent servant leadership to AEE and its members. These leaders exemplify that the “how and why” of doing something is as important as the “what will be done.”
At CSU-Pueblo, Robertshaw directs the Outdoor Pursuits program and is an adjunct/instructor in the Department of Exercise Science, Health Promotion, and Recreation, specializing in Outdoor Leadership. Scott is the past chair of the AEE Rocky Mountain region, a lead accreditation reviewer for the AEE and a National Standards instructor for the Wilderness Education Association.
Robertshaw joined the CSU-Pueblo staff in May of 2004. Prior to CSU-Pueblo, he After earning a bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University, Robertshaw was a K-8 Physical Education and Adventure Education teacher at the Renaissance School of Expeditionary Learning in Parker, Colorado from 1997-2002. Following his work at Renaissance, he sent on to earn a master’s degree in health and physical education with an emphasis in outdoor education administration from Georgia College and State University.