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Library Concert Series featuring Alex Jackson

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

Join us in the library on Friday, October 8 from 12- 1p for some live music. Alex Jackson will be performing alternative, folk and jazz. New to the Concerts Series this year, Alex Jackson is an undergraduate Applied Math and Statistics major at Mines. Alex has 2 plants, 2 cats and plays 2 instruments. He is […]

Free

Mines DI&A Council Meeting – General Campus

Guggenheim Hall 1500 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

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.

Physics Colloquium: “Emerging Frontiers at the Intersection between Photon Sciences, Molecular Dynamics, and Light-Matter Interactions”

Sergio Carbajo University of California-Los Angeles, Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) and Physics Departments Stanford University, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Abstract: Photon and particle sources are powerful tools with extremely high societal impact because they underpin myriad groundbreaking scientific, technological, and medical advancements. Topological and structured photonics can probe, excite, and manipulate matter with unparalleled […]

Sustainability and the Supply Chain – Webinar

Virtual Event CO, United States

Please join the Mines Global Energy Future Initiative and the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Allyson Anderson Book, Vice President of Energy Transition, Baker Hughes, presenting a virtual seminar titled Sustainability and the Supply Chain on Thursday, October 14, 2021 from 11:00am – 12:00pm (MT). TOPIC: SUSTAINABILITY AND THE […]

Astronomy Night at the Library

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

On Friday evening, October 15, we will observe the Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, and other objects from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. We will set up a telescope behind the Southwest corner of the library near the accessible door and walkway bridge. Some snacks and drinks may be available.

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No Physics colloquium

CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering 1523 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

QBE Seminar Series: Elucidating the Chemical Dialogue of Microbial Communities

Alderson Hall 1613 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

QBE Seminar Series welcomes Vanessa Phelan, the L.S. Skaggs Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences in the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, with University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Microbial natural products continue to have a profound impact on human health. While environmental natural products are widely used in medicine, structurally […]

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Jessica Smith Book Talk on Engineers and Corporate Social Responsibility on Oct 20 at 3 p.m.

Hill Hall 920 15th St., Golden, CO, United States

Extracting Accountability: Engineers and Corporate Social Responsibility is newly published by The MIT Press. Smith, trained as an anthropologist, is Associate Professor in EDS and Director of the Humanitarian Engineering & Science graduate program. Extracting Accountability is available open access or for purchase at The MIT Press.

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Library Concert Series featuring Kyle Hoffman

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

Please join us as singer-songwriter Kyle Hoffman makes his first appearance at the Concert Series. A folk/indie/pop enthusiast, Kyle will be playing a mixture of original and cover tunes from these genres. Kyle Hoffman is currently a Computer Science undergrad at Mines. Before coming to Mines, he spent a semester in the University of Colorado-Denver's […]

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Innov8x Flash Challenge: Outdoor Health

Looking for a richer outdoor experience? How can we enhance healthy living through richer outdoor experiences? Join us Friday, October 22, at the new interim Venture Center, when we will look into outdoor health. Mines has always been known for solving big problems using our advanced research. For example, Professor Melissa Krebs developed hydrogel bandages […]

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Mines Kayak Club Pool Session at SRC Pool

Student Recreation Center 1651 Elm St, Golden, CO, United States

The CSM kayak club is hosting an open pool session for anyone interested!  All skill levels are welcome and we hope to see you there.  The club will make sure to go over how to exit and enter a boat, as well as basic paddle strokes and if you're feeling adventurous how to roll as […]

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PE Distinguished Seminar: Mr. Gustavo A. Ugueto, Shell

Marquez Hall 1600 Arapahoe St., Golden, CO, United States

Well Instrumentation and Fiber Optics – Critical Information to Understand the Interplay Between: Well, Stimulation and Subsurface Monitoring the creation and geometry of hydraulically induced fractures using a variety of diagnostic tools is a relatively expensive but necessary step to achieve the successful development of unconventional reservoirs. In recent years, downhole instrumentation using a combination […]

Introduction to Academic Publishing

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

This session will discuss the academic publishing process, including identifying journals and the peer review process. It will also cover the different types of journals and publishing models, like Open Access publishing.

Physics Colloquium: “Alumnae Perspective on Careers from Quantum Engineering to Space Science”

Allison “Allie” Pelzel Aerodynamics Engineer, Boom Supersonic BS Engineering Physics, MS Mechanical Engineering (Thermal Fluid Systems) Colorado School of Mines Equestrian Team Founder Biography: Allison is an aerodynamics engineer for Boom supersonic working on the supersonic civil transport, Overture. She is on the aircraft preliminary design team specializing in aircraft performance as well as being […]

Front Range Industry and Postdoc Summit 2021

Green Center 924 16th Street, Golden, CO, United States

The Front Range Industry and Postdoc Summit (FRIPS) is a half-day summit designed to bring together local postdocs and industry representatives. Two CEOs of companies based in Golden with be giving keynote talks, postdocs have the opportunity to present an elevator pitch, and we will have two industry panels. The event is free for all […]

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Inclusive Employments: Disability Disclosure and Accommodation Requests in the Workplace

Disability disclosure and accommodation requests in the workplace are common yet knowing how to ask, when to ask, and what to ask for can be tricky. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to an employment informational discussion about disclosure best practices and advice. Learn more and access the event Zoom link visit DiggerNet.

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Hennebach Lecture Series: Education in Afghanistan: Promoting Local Solutions to Address Complex Realities

Marquez Hall 1600 Arapahoe St., Golden, CO, United States

HB Lecture Series presents Education in Afghanistan: Promoting Local Solutions to Address Complex Realities Education in Afghanistan, particularly girls’ education, is making headlines again as education policies and structures are rearranged under the new government of Taliban. While discourse on education in Afghanistan is embedded with assumptions about the Afghan culture and Islam, a closer […]

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Mines Kayak Club Pool Session at SRC Pool

Student Recreation Center 1651 Elm St, Golden, CO, United States

The Kayak club has reserved pool times for students to be able to learn the basics of kayaking in a safe and controlled environment with experienced members that are happy to teach and introduce kayaking to students.  New kayakers will be able to learn the different kinds of paddle strokes to be able to go […]

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Physics Colloquium: “Engineering the Complex: NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope”

CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering 1523 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

Daniel Porpora Ball Aerospace Abstract: The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is the largest, most complex, space telescope undertaken in NASA’s history. But why is it so? This talk will discuss why JWST is being built and how the ambitious science goals for it have led to such a unique and massive system. And we’ll […]

Graduate School Exploration Fair

Connect with representatives from graduate schools across the nation. Learn about a variety of graduate school options including law school, public policy, and advanced STEM degrees. The event is accessible to staff, faculty, and students through the Career Fair Plus platform.  Learn more about participating schools and event details on DiggerNet.

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Engineering 3D-Printed, Phototunable Models of Pulmonary Arterial Adventitia to Study Sex Differences in Fibroblast Activation

Alderson Hall 1613 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

Welcome Dr. Chelsea Magin, Assistant Professor in the Departments of Bioengineering, Pediatrics and Medicine and the Principal Investigator of the Bio-inspired Pulmonary Engineering Laboratory at the University of Colorado, Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus. Abstract: Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a form of a pulmonary vascular disease that causes high blood pressure in the lungs. It […]

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Why Graduate School? A Conversation with Current Graduate Students

Green Center 924 16th Street, Golden, CO, United States

Join an informational dialogue with current graduate students about their decisions to pursue a graduate degree, lessons learned, and advice. Free lunch provided! Date: 11/3/21 Time: 12-1pm Location: GC 200C Learn more on DiggerNet.

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Funding a Graduate Degree

Green Center 924 16th Street, Golden, CO, United States

Learn general advice and information about how to fund a graduate degree and what to consider financially when choosing a graduate education. Free lunch provided! Date: 11/4 Time: 12-1 pm Location: GC 200C Learn more by visiting DiggerNet.

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Van Tuyl Lecture: Adrienne Marshall, CSM Geology and Geological Engineering

Berthoud Hall 1516 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

Adrienne Marshall, Colorado School of Mines Geology & Geological Engineering Thursday, November 4, 2021, 4PM, BE 241/ Virtual Topic: Hydrologic Modeling in Discontinuous Boreal Permafrost: Model Sensitivity and Uncertainty in Non-stationary Climates Abstract: Process-based hydrologic models are the gold standard for simulating hydrologic conditions in future climates. These are particularly important in regions with complex […]

Library Concert Series featuring Rebecca Flintoft

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

Rebecca Flintoft (voice & cello) will perform a variety of traditional and contemporary tunes arranged for voice and cello, including Irish-Scottish folk songs, country and bluegrass, gospel, and jazz. Becca is a classically-trained cellist and versatile singer, looking for new ways to join her "two voices" into one. Borrowing from various folk, classical, and jazz influences, […]

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Mines DI&A Council Meeting – General Campus

Guggenheim Hall 1500 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

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.

Build and Maintain Your Scholarly Identity

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

This session will introduce “scholarly identities” and how to build and maintain your scholarly identity. This session will also cover online academic profile platforms and give attendees the chance to explore ORCID.

PE Distinguished Seminar: Dr. Rajesh Pawar, Senior Scientist and Engineer from Los Alamos National Lab

Marquez Hall 1600 Arapahoe St., Golden, CO, United States

CCUS – The need for it and its current status Capture of Carbon dioxide (CO2) and its storage or utilization (CCUS) is one of the technologies that will be part of the portfolio of solutions needed to reduce anthropogenic emissions of CO2 in response to climate change. There have been extensive research, development and demonstration […]

Physics Colloquium: “Photopolymer Additive Manufacturing from NIST to Mines: Novel Voxel & Sub-Voxel-Scale Characterization Throughout All Major Stages of the Printing Process”

CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering 1523 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

Callie Higgins NIST Abstract: Vat photopolymerization is a powerful additive manufacturing technique that address many applications ranging from personalized medicine to large-scale manufacturing. Unfortunately, these printing processes introduce micrometer-scale anisotropic inhomogeneities due to the resin absorptivity, diffusivity, reaction kinetics, and swelling during the requisite photoexposure. Previously, it has not been possible to characterize high-resolution mechanical […]

Alternative Engineering Careers Panel

Virtual Event CO, United States

Join the Humanitarian Engineering program and the Mines Career Center for an exciting virtual conversation with professionals from non-traditional engineering careers! Through small-group discussions, learn how panelists entered and shaped their careers after receiving degrees in STEM and how they maintain a focus on their core values as their complete their work. Students will be […]

Transformations: Energy, Infrastructure, eMobility Conference – Webinar

Please join the 21st Century Energy Transition for the Transformations: Energy, Infrastructure, eMobility Conference on Thursday, November 11, 2021 from 8:00am – 10:30am (MT). TOPIC:  TRANSFORMATIONS: ENERGY, INFRASTRUCTURE, EMOBILITY CONFERENCE SPEAKER:  DR. IAN LANGE, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES – SPEAKING FROM 9:15AM-10:15AM MT   HOSTED BY: 21ST CENTURY ENERGY TRANSITION   TIME: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11 , […]

Virtual Book Launch: Energy’s Digital Future – Harnessing Innovation for American Resilience and National Security

Virtual Event CO, United States

Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Amy Myers Jaffe, Managing Director, Climate Policy Lab and research professor at Tufts University’s Fletcher School, presenting a virtual book launch titled Energy’s Digital Future – Harnessing Innovation for American Resilience and National Security on Thursday, November 11, […]

Van Tuyl Lecture: Brendan Hanger, CSM Geology and Geological Engineering

Berthoud Hall 1516 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

Brendan Hanger, Colorado School of Mines Geology & Geological Engineering Thursday, November 11, 2021, 4PM, BE 241 Topic: The Story of One Garnet: Mantle Redox, Metasomatism and Kimberlite Ascent Abstract: Due to ability to host Fe in multiple valence states, garnet in peridotite allows us to explore the redox state of the mantle at high […]

Innov8x Flash Challenge

Global supply chains have been significantly disrupted in the wake of the Covid pandemic. The housing construction industry, in particular, has been severely impacted. Prices of lumber and steel, two key inputs, have risen dramatically. This has contributed in part to runaway home prices pushing home ownership out of reach for many more people. The […]

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Career Center Open House

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

The Career Center invites you to an open house.  Stop by our office (Student Center E180) to meet our staff, learn about our services, and enjoy some food and refreshments.  This event is part of Family & Friends Weekend.

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