John Newman from Colorado School of Mines will give a talk entitled "Turbulence and Energy Storage."
The purpose of these monthly meetings is to engage all departments and campus units in guiding Mines DI&A, support your unit DI&A diversity efforts, share best practices as we implement our Strategic Plan for DI&A, and facilitate communication between the campus community and leadership. These meetings are open to the general campus.
Join us for our kickoff Mindful Monday session featuring SoundOff on Monday September 13th from 2-3p. SoundOff Colorado brings Multi-Channel Wireless Headphone Technology to all of your favorite fitness, yoga, meditation, and mindful wellness classes. Sound Off™ headphones connect with participants and zero in on the participation at hand. External distractions are eliminated as only the music and instructor’s […]
The Mines Career Center will be holding an on-campus Career Day in addition to a Virtual Career day. Please see the DiggerNet system for registration details.
Kyle Leach Colorado School of Mines, Department of Physics Abstract: The search for sterile neutrinos is among the brightest possibilities in our quest for understanding the microscopic nature of dark matter in our universe. Experiments that hunt for these particles using large-volume direct-detection methods, however, have an inherent disadvantage in these searches since sterile neutrinos […]
join us for a fun afternoon of FOOD, ACTIVITIES, GIVEAWAYS and refreshments! Stop by the library on September 15th between 1-4p. We want to welcome all returning students, staff, faculty, as well as all the first-year students. Come learn about some of the recourses that the library has to offer as well as learn about […]
Rodney Priestley from Princeton University will give a talk entitled "Glass Transition and Dynamics of Nanoscopically Confined Polymer."
Come celebrate the 234th anniversary of the signing of the US Constitution with snacks and an important discussion about the Constitution and Public Health Mandates. Professor Levine will be discussing how the Constitution shapes the political decision-making process, and how it frames the "General Welfare" and "Public Safety" aspects of governmental powers. He will examine […]
Willie Rockward Morgan State University, Physics & Engineering Physics Abstract: Building physics majors at any institution, especially Morgan State University – a public, urban, HBCU institution, can be very challenging. To address this challenge, I am applying a modified version of my pedagogical approach called “We C.A.R.E.” which stands for Curriculum, Advisement, Recruitment/Retention/Research, and Extras. […]
The Mines Career Center will be holding a Virtual Career Day in addition to our on-campus Career Fair. Please see the DiggerNet system for registration details.
QBE Seminar Series presents: Dr. Andrew P. Goodwin, Associate Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering with CU Boulder, and founder of the Goodwin Research Group. Cavitation events, or the formation of a gas pocket in a liquid medium, can be highly destructive and disruptive. We have sought to understand how surfaces can facilitate or inhibit […]
This three-part 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. The workshop is facilitated by Mines DI&A Ambassadors and sponsored by the Vallejo Irvine Program for Professional Development. This […]
Shaun Alia from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will give a talk entitled "Materials Integration, Durability, and Perspectives in Low Temperature Electrolysis."
Geophysics Alumni are invited to attend a fun-filled weekend of events. Keynote speaker: Katarina Gonzales.
Franklin Dollar University of California, Irvine - Department of Physics and Astronomy Abstract: Through the use of high power, short pulse lasers, a technology which warranted the 2018 Nobel Prize in […]
William Tarpeh from Stanford University will give a talk entitled "Electrochemical Wastewater Refining: Reframing Nitrogen Pollutants as Products."
Nasr Ghoniem UCLA, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department Abstract: Extreme-environment materials present some of the most significant challenges to the development of many advanced technologies in the nuclear, aviation, space, […]
Career Day is only the kick-off to the job search! This workshop will help to debunk myths about the job search, while offering tips and tricks for staying motivated, managing your time, and implementing a strategic job search. This event will be in-person only in the Student Center Ballroom D. If you cannot attend in-person […]