ASEE RMS 2020 Conference: Canceled

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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED. The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Rocky Mountain Section (RMS) Conference will be held at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO May […]

Wednesdays with WISEM

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Join WISEM and colleagues across campus every Wednesday at noon through the end of May for learning and community.  May 13:  Experience a Mindfulness Practice, Chair Yoga and enjoy time […]

Webinar: Greening Gas Across the Value Chain

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The Payne Institute for Public Policy and Energy Dialogues present a live webinar Greening Gas Across the Value Chain Topics of discussion include: the vital role of continuous monitoring – […]

Wednesdays with WISEM

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Join WISEM and colleagues across campus every Wednesday at noon through the end of May for learning and community.  May 13:  Experience a Mindfulness Practice, Chair Yoga and enjoy time […]

Virtual Workshop: Mineral Criticality and the Energy Transition

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Payne Institute for Public Policy Director Morgan Bazilian will speak at the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) virtual workshop Mineral Criticality and the Energy Transition. The International Renewable Energy Agency […]

Shut Down STEM day

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One June 10, we ask you to join us in a day of allyship: supporting African American and Black students and colleagues on Shut Down STEM day. Shut Down STEM […]

Virtual Panel: Anti-Racism in Engineering Education—From Dialogue to Action

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Join ASEE on Tuesday, June 16th at noon PM, MST for a virtual panel on anti-racism in engineering education, moderated by ASEE Past President Bev Watford and featuring esteemed panelists from K-12 to higher education. In educational settings, racial discrimination affects educators, staff, and students of color, resulting in negative impacts including struggles to get equal […]

This event is offered at no cost to both ASEE members and non-members.

Book Launch Webinar – Global Energy Politics

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The Payne Institute for Public Policy is hosting a book launch webinar – Global Energy Politics by Payne Institute Fellow Thijs Van de Graaf, Associate Professor of International Politics at Ghent University, Belgium and Dr. Benjamin Sovacool, Professor of Energy Policy, University of Sussex, UK and Professor of Business & Social Sciences, Aarhus University, DK. Date: Wednesday, […]

Webinar – The Burnout Factor: New Insights for Stressful Times

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Overwork and workplace stress were already on the rise before the pandemic and protests over racial injustice, but remote work and economic fallout threaten to aggravate the crisis. How to recognize the causes and symptoms in your workforce–and what you can do about it. This session is hosted by the From Day One editorial team, […]

Free webinar

Addressing Anti-Blackness on Campus: Implications for Educators and Institutions

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In the wake of the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery and others, educators are determining options for a thoughtful response. At first, school principals and college presidents responded by releasing public statements to their campus communities. But public statements in and of themselves are meaningless without thoughtful action that addresses the pervasive real and […]

Free webinar

Payne Institute Webinar – A Presentation on the IEA’s Special Report on Sustainable Recovery – July 1

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The Payne Institute for Public Policy presents a webinar by Laszlo Varro, Chief Economist, International Energy Agency, on IEA’s Special Report on Sustainable Recovery on Wednesday, July 1. As Chief Economist, Mr. Varro leads the Economics and Investment Office (EIO), a newly created group within the IEA that aims to offer sound and consistent energy […]

Learn about the new Personalized AI Guidance Ecosystem for Seamless Workforce Transitioning (PAIGE)

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CO School of Mines Faculty collaborators invite you to join their NSF Virtual Expo on their new Personalized AI Guidance Ecosystem for Seamless Workforce Transitioning (PAIGE). Please follow the link for details and registration. Format: Virtual Expo Date and Times: Wednesday, July 1, 12:30pm - 4:00pm Thursday, July 2, 8:00am - 11:30am NSF Virtual Expo […]

Innovate EMx Info Session

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The impact of natural and human-made disasters can impact our community’s critical infrastructure, where the losses can cascade into larger scale disasters. How can we help predict human behavior and physical damages during these disasters so that we can employ early plans in the resilience of community infrastructures? What are the ways of using AI […]

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