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Resume Reviews and Advice from Career Day Professionals Have your resume reviewed by industry professionals, ease nerves before Career Day and brush up your resume. Practice your 30-second introduction in an informal setting before being “on” at Career Day! Visit DiggerNet, Campus Interviews I Qualify For to pick a time for an individual scheduled meeting. […]

Mindful Monday – Virtual

Welcome! Mindful Mondays will continue for Fall 2020 as a drop-in guided mindfulness meditation for all Mines students, faculty, and staff. No experience necessary, all are welcome, come as you are! Our Kick-Off Meeting will be held via ZOOM, join us virtually here as we take care of ourselves as Orediggers. Held every Monday from […]

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Career Day

VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR Different Organizations Represented Each Day Registration for students will open in the coming weeks and additional instructions for registration will be shared. To view a listing of employers for the event, check out DiggerNet (Events-Career Fair). Check your email, Mines Daily Blasts, DiggerNet and the Career Day website, for the most up-to-date […]

Fall 2020 Career Day

Fall Career Day goes virtual, with even more opportunities to interact with recruiters—Mark your calendar for the Fall 2020 Career Fair, to be held virtually over THREE days on Tuesday, September 15; Wednesday, September 16; and Wednesday, October 14. Hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day, with an additional hour from 9 a.m. […]

Career Day

VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR Different Organizations Represented Each Day Registration for students will open in the coming weeks and additional instructions for registration will be shared. To view a listing of employers for the event, check out DiggerNet (Events-Career Fair). Check your email, Mines Daily Blasts, DiggerNet and the Career Day website, for the most up-to-date […]

Fall 2020 Career Day

Fall Career Day goes virtual, with even more opportunities to interact with recruiters—Mark your calendar for the Fall 2020 Career Fair, to be held virtually over THREE days on Tuesday, September 15; Wednesday, September 16; and Wednesday, October 14. Hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day, with an additional hour from 9 a.m. […]

Exploring Implicit (Unconscious) Bias

This interactive workshop unpacks implicit/unconscious bias, invites participants to consider their own biases and the ways biases manifest in an organization. Specific strategies and skill-building are offered for minimizing them on both personal and organizational levels. Workshop facilitated by Dena Samuels from Dena Samuels Consulting. Intended audience: Mines faculty, staff and students Register using the […]

Exploring Implicit (Unconscious) Bias

This interactive workshop unpacks implicit/unconscious bias, invites participants to consider their own biases and the ways biases manifest in an organization. Specific strategies and skill-building are offered for minimizing them on both personal and organizational levels. Workshop facilitated by Dena Samuels from Dena Samuels Consulting. Intended audience: Mines faculty, staff and students Register using the […]

Exploring Implicit (Unconscious) Bias

This interactive workshop unpacks implicit/unconscious bias, invites participants to consider their own biases and the ways biases manifest in an organization. Specific strategies and skill-building are offered for minimizing them on both personal and organizational levels. Workshop facilitated by Dena Samuels from Dena Samuels Consulting. Intended audience: Mines faculty, staff and students Register using the […]

Van Tuyl Lecture (Virtual): Dr. Luk Peeters, CSIRO

Berthoud Hall 1516 Illinois St., Golden

Luk Peeters, CSIRO Navigating Groundwater Model Uncertainty Analysis Abstract: The design of a groundwater model is based on the model objective, the management or research question that the model seeks to address. Designing the uncertainty analysis of a groundwater models likewise needs to consider the objective of the uncertainty analysis; how the uncertainty in model […]

SHPE Drive-In Event

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers CSM Chapter is hosting a drive-in event tonight! It is at the Q Lot, and there are only spots for 100 people, so be sure to register before hand by using the QR code on the flyer. The movie showing, "Spare Parts" starts at 7:30 p.m.!

oSTEM SafeZONE Staff Training

We are happy to announce that we now have set up our first round of SafeZONE sessions (over Zoom) for staff and students. Please allow 90 minutes for the training. If you are part of a group/organization that would like to be trained together please let me know. If you cannot attend at these times […]

#OrediggersForEquity

Every Monday, the Mines community sets aside 30 minutes to learn more about racial equity in STEM. Orediggers unite to support an equitable and just campus community. Share what you're doing with others by using #OrediggersForEquity. Need some ideas? Check out Mines DI&A's advocates for racial equity resources.

Payne Institute Webinar: Grid Resilience in the Face of Extreme Weather Events

Please join the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center and the Payne Institute for Public Policy on Monday, September 21 from 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. MDT for an engaging panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities for building increased grid resilience in the face of extreme weather events. TOPIC: GRID RESILIENCE IN THE FACE OF EXTREME […]

Mindful Monday – Virtual

Welcome! Mindful Mondays will continue for Fall 2020 as a drop-in guided mindfulness meditation for all Mines students, faculty, and staff. No experience necessary, all are welcome, come as you are! Our Kick-Off Meeting will be held via ZOOM, join us virtually here as we take care of ourselves as Orediggers. Held every Monday from […]

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Restriction, Rationing and Responsibilities: The three R’s of pandemic ethics

The COVID-19 pandemic has generated numerous ethical challenges, from triage in the event of severe resource shortages, to ensuring the safety of essential workers, to saving lives while also preserving livelihoods. Dr Wynia will explore some of the most contentious issues faced and the most painful lessons learned for policymakers, the public, and frontline health […]

The Three Rs of Pandemic Ethics

Restrictions, Rationing and Responsibilities: the three R’s of pandemic ethics  The COVID-19 pandemic has generated numerous ethical challenges, from triage in the event of severe resource shortages, to ensuring the safety of essential workers, to saving lives while also preserving livelihoods. Dr Wynia will explore some of the most contentious issues faced and the most […]

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Exploring Implicit (Unconscious) Bias

This interactive workshop unpacks implicit/unconscious bias, invites participants to consider their own biases and the ways biases manifest in an organization. Specific strategies and skill-building are offered for minimizing them on both personal and organizational levels. Workshop facilitated by Dena Samuels from Dena Samuels Consulting. Intended audience: Mines faculty, staff and students Register using the […]

Physics colloquium-“The Life and Death of the Free Neutron”

Nadia Fomin University of Tennessee, Knoxville Abstract: Neutron beta decay is an archetype for all semi-leptonic charged-current weak processes. A precise value for the neutron lifetime is required for consistency tests of the Standard Model and is needed to predict the primordial 4He abundance from the theory of Big Bang Nucleosynthesis. Other parameters from neutron […]

Payne Institute Webinar: Energy vs. Climate – The New Hydrogen Economy: Pathway or Panacea?

Please join Payne Institute Senior Research Associate Sara Hastings-Simon, David Keith, and Ed Whittingham, on the Energy vs. Climate series for a webinar titled The New Hydrogen Economy: Pathway or Panacea? on Wednesday, September 23rd from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. MT. TOPIC: THE NEW HYDROGEN ECONOMY: PATHWAY OR PANACEA? HOSTED BY: ENERGY VS. CLIMATE, A PAYNE INSTITUTE […]

#OrediggersForEquity

Every Monday, the Mines community sets aside 30 minutes to learn more about racial equity in STEM. Orediggers unite to support an equitable and just campus community. Share what you're doing with others by using #OrediggersForEquity. Need some ideas? Check out Mines DI&A's advocates for racial equity resources.

Power Planning in the Fragile and Conflict-Affected States

Please join the IGC (International Growth Centre) and the Payne Institute on Monday, September 28, 2020 at starting at 7:45am MT for a discussion on the State of Fragility. Payne Director Morgan Bazilian will speak on Power Planning in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States. TOPIC: POWER PLANNING IN THE FRAGILE AND CONFLICT-AFFECTED STATES SPEAKER: PAYNE DIRECTOR MORGAN BAZILIAN […]

Mindful Monday – Virtual

Welcome! Mindful Mondays will continue for Fall 2020 as a drop-in guided mindfulness meditation for all Mines students, faculty, and staff. No experience necessary, all are welcome, come as you are! Our Kick-Off Meeting will be held via ZOOM, join us virtually here as we take care of ourselves as Orediggers. Held every Monday from […]

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Minimizing Microaggressions

Through interactive skill-building group work, this professional development opportunity discusses how to challenge microaggressions (unintentional slights or invalidations often directed toward members of underrepresented communities) when they arise and how to become agents of change. Workshop facilitated by Dena Samuels from Dena Samuels Consulting. Intended audience: Mines faculty, staff and students Register using the link […]

Physics colloquium-“Mines Physics and the Solar Decathlon”

Tim Ohno Colorado School of Mines, Department of Physics Abstract:  A year ago, the Mines Physics Department led a student team to compete in Morocco in the inaugural Solar Decathlon Africa.  The engineering and science that lead to the victory in this project will be discussed, along with the tale of the international adventure that […]

Payne Institute Webinar: The Possible Role of Natural Gas in Various Energy Transition Pathways

Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Dr. Tim Boersma, Non-Resident Fellow at the Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy, Director, Sustainability & Strategy Advisory, ABN AMRO, presenting The Possible Role of Natural Gas in Various Energy Transition Pathways on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 from 10:00am […]

Payne Institute Webinar: The Coming Energy Transformation: Drivers, Consequences, and Implications for Geopolitics

Please join the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and the Payne Institute Director Morgan Bazilian for a presentation titled The Coming Energy Transformation: Drivers, Consequences, and Implications for Geopolitics on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 from 11:15am  – 12:00pm MDT. Morgan Bazilian will challenge you to consider our role as scientists and global citizens on the road […]

Virtual Concert in the Library: Joe Bourgeois

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden

Please join us for singer-guitarist and Mining Engineering graduate student Joe Bourgeois at the first-ever virtual Concerts at the Library event. A fan favorite at the Concert Series, Joe’s alternative sound is a combination of musicianship, meaningful lyrics and served up with a side of wry humor. Per Joe, “I have played a number of […]

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