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 […]
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 […]
Are you a graduating undergraduate student researcher? You could receive Undergraduate Research Scholar Distinction! Undergraduate Research Scholar Distinction is a notable honor for dedicated undergraduate student researchers. To be distinguished as an Undergraduate Research Scholar at graduation, students must complete at least two semesters of undergraduate research, present their research, and obtain a recommendation from […]
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 , […]
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, […]
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 […]
Are you an undergraduate researcher trying to publish your work? Apply for the Reuleaux Writing Grant TODAY! The deadline to apply for the 2021-2022 RWG has been extended from November 1st, 2021 to November 12th, 2021! You will be notified if you’re receiving the RWG within a few weeks of the deadline. The RWG awards […]
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 […]
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.
Dr. Hassan Alkandari, Kuwait Education Attaché in US Dr. Alkandari arrived in the US 34 years ago from Kuwait when he was 18 years old with an intense desire to achieve his educational dreams. He faced many challenges that he had not anticipated— culture, education, language, and the lifestyle shock. Dr. Alkandari will present a […]
Please join the Mines Integrated CCUS Initiative and the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Michael Turner, Director of Building Innovation & Energy Finance – Colorado Energy Office AND Laura Singer, CCUS Program Manager – Payne Institute for Public Policy presenting a virtual seminar titled Colorado’s CCUS Task Force and […]
Please join the Mines Global Energy Future Initiative and the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Mauricio Gutierrez, President and Chief Executive Officer, NRG Energy, and Mines Alumni, presenting a virtual seminar titled A Conversation on the Clean Energy Transition with Mauricio Gutierrez on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 from 11:00am – […]
Zhexuan Gong Colorado School of Mines, Physics Department Abstract: Experimental quantum simulators have become large and complex enough that discovering new physics from the huge amount of measurement data can be quite challenging, especially when little theoretical understanding of the simulated model is available. Unsupervised machine learning methods are particularly promising in overcoming this challenge. […]
With some many new community members joining the Oredigger community this year—faculty, staff and students—comes an increase in requests for campus-wide diversity, inclusion and access learning opportunities. Join Dr. Amy […]
Join Author Elisa Gabbert for a discussion of the mysterious locus of control, exploring bias and competing interests, failings of memory and perceptions, the unconscious, parasitic mind control, the problem of free will and other ideas with troubling implications for how we view, interpret and respond to reality.
David Nielsen from Arizona State University will give a talk entitled "Pathway, strain, and community engineering to expand biochemical production and enhance carbon utilization."
Join us for the legendary and always enjoyable Lesli Wood in her 4th performance at Concerts in the Library. For this concert, she will answer the #1 question from audiences, “I wonder what the real story is behind that song?” Arkansas native Lesli Wood has been playing acoustic guitar, performing, writing and recording songs for […]
Research and Opportunities for CCUS in Wyoming The energy industry is transitioning to low-carbon energy fuels and technologies. Undoubtedly, Wyoming, the largest fossil energy producing state within the Rockies, will experience large impacts during the low-carbon energy transition. These impacts, though, could be as positive in the long term for Wyoming. One of the most […]
The Faculty Senate promotes cooperation and understanding among the various constituencies that comprise the school by: providing a forum for the Academic Faculty to express its concerns to the Administration and the Board of Trustees; encouraging the involvement of the Academic Faculty in the overall operation of the school; and fostering and maintaining a stimulating […]
Campus will be open.
CoorsTek Atrium Physics majors, graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited! Food & Drink • Research Poster Session • Student Clubs • Physics Tracks • Over-21 Corner • Graduating Senior Awards
Please join us for the annual Capstone Design@MINES Showcase. This semester, over 20 teams will display their year-long, client-driven design projects. In addition to learning from Mines students, you can also meet project sponsors and Mines faculty who have supported our students along the way. Capstone student projects are always inspiring, so don’t miss this […]
William Schneider from the University of Notre Dame will give a talk entitled "The Catalytic Science of Making Up and Breaking Up Dinitrogen."
Please join us for a special holiday concert presented by Miner Dissonance in their first appearance at the Concert Series. They will be performing Christmas classics, like Deck the Halls, Mary Did You Know, O Christmas Tree, and many more! Miner Dissonance, a mixed voices a cappella group, has been active on the Mines campus since 2011. The group […]
Weimer Distinguished Lecture Saturday, December 4, 2021, 4:00PM, Student Center Grand Ballroom/ Virtual Speaker: David W. Houseknecht, United States Geological Survey Topic: Cretaceous Renaissance in Arctic Alaska – Huge Stratigraphic Oil Accumulations Hidden in Plain Sight in a Giant Cretaceous Clinothem Abstract: Between 1944 and 2013, more than 150 exploration wells penetrated the shallow Aptian […]