Distinguished Seminar Series: Challenges of Unconventional Infill Development

Marquez Hall 1600 Arapahoe St., Golden

Juan David Estrade Benavides, Schlumberger OneStim Infill development is changing the landscape of North American shales as operators try to avoid bypassing pay in their operating acreage. Although capitalizing on increased drilling and completion efficiencies can reduce development costs, tighter well spacings may limit well performance. Operators that do not carefully plan and design their […]

#MeTooSTEM Seminar & Discussion – Jane Willenbring

Marquez Hall 1600 Arapahoe St., Golden

Professor Jane Willenbring will discuss her experiences with the #MeToo movement in which her recent high-profile Title IX case played a role. Her talk will be followed by an open […]

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Growing Up in Science Seminar and Discussion – Jane Willenbring

Marquez Hall 1600 Arapahoe St., Golden

This talk is part of a global conversational series featuring scientists sharing personal narratives of their career paths and challenges. In order to create a safe space for discussion, this session […]

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Do Engineering Professors Show Empathy?

Marquez Hall 1600 Arapahoe St., Golden

Engineering fields face a persistent need to improve inclusion of diverse groups that reflect the broader US population. In order to challenge the homogenous nature of engineering fields, we must: […]

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QBE Seminar: ‘Unfolding and Refolding of Individual Bacteriorhodopsin Molecules Probed with 1-µs Resolution’

ABSTRACT:  High-precision single-molecule force spectroscopy studies can yield kinetic rate constants, energetics, intermediate states, unfolding pathways, and even a projection of the underlying free-energy landscape. We developed a set of technical advances to atomic force microscopy (AFM) that enabled us to reexamine the unfolding of individual bacteriorhodopsin (bR) molecules embedded in their native lipid bilayer […]

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Green’s theorem in seismic imaging across the scales

Brown Hall 1610 Illinois St., Golden

Dr. Kees Wapenaar, from the Delft University of Technology, will provide this two-lecture course on seismic imaging. The first lecture will cover a variety of imaging methods in a systematic way, using a specific form of Green's theorem. The second session will cover a selection of specific issues in more detail. Learn more.

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NSBE Homecoming: Cultural Celebration

Ben H. Parker Student Center 1200 16th St., Golden

The NSBE cultural celebration is a display of American Black history. There will be an assortment of food that represents the rich diaspora of black culture. There will be a keynote speaker to discuss the 150th anniversary of the Fifteenth Amendment (1870) which gave the right of black men to vote following the Civil War. […]

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