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Women’s History Month Luncheon Sponsored by Chevron

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

Saturday, March 30th 11:45am – 12:50pm | RSVP Required Our speaker, Dr. Nicki Gonzales is a professor of History and Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion at Regis University. Location will come with RSVP confirmation.

Classroom Equity & Inclusion Learning Community

      https://mines.zoom.us/j/94681477082?pwd=bW5lQkdYK1dhQzU2dSs3ejJlaTh0UT09                   Password: 425854 1/20 9:30am – 10am 2/3 9:30am – 10am 2/17 9:30am – 10am 3/3 9:30am – 10am 3/17 9:30am – 10am 3/31 9:30am – 10am 4/14 9:30am – 10am 4/28 9:30am – 10am The classroom equity and inclusion learning community is a space for instructors to engage in dialogue and learn about […]

VIP Professional Development Symposium

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

The Mines VIP Professional Development program will be hosting our first annual VIP symposium on March 31, 2022 to celebrate and advance professional development efforts at Mines.  New York Times […]

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CBE Shell Seminar Series: Daniel Alge, Texas A&M University, Expect the Unexpected – Unanticipated Effects of Crosslinking Chemistry and Immune Reactions on Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Hydrogels

Center for Technology and Learning Media (CTLM) 1650 Arapahoe St., Golden, CO, United States

On April 1st, 2022, Daniel Alge from Texas A&M University will give a talk entitled "Expect the Unexpected – Unanticipated Effects of Crosslinking Chemistry and Immune Reactions on Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Hydrogels."

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Hennebach Event: Become! Art! EKPHRASTIC SOUND EXPERIENCE

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

Join us in the MME Hot Shop, Hill Hall 125 on the Mines Campus (920 15th St, Golden, CO 80401), Saturday, April 2nd, anytime from 5-7pm, where we will be creating "part two" of our Ekphrastic experience, where we will be fine-tuning the instruments and forging them into the final form and will expand the features […]

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Microaggressions & Bias Learning Community

https://mines.zoom.us/j/91857107926?pwd=U3UvT09pa3UzVFFmUEQ2dDQvWGEwQT09     Password: 195994 1/24 12pm – 12:30pm 2/7 12pm – 12:30pm 2/21 12pm – 12:30pm 3/7 12pm – 12:30pm 3/21 12pm – 12:30pm 4/4 12pm – 12:30pm 4/18 12pm – 12:30pm 5/2 12pm – 12:30pm Participants are guided through a 30-minute interactive session based on scenarios commonly experienced by underrepresented individuals on campus.

DISTINGUISHED SEMINAR SERIES: David D. Faulder, Cyrq Energy

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

Geothermal development in the United States Past, Present, and Future: A personal perspective The presentation will review United States geothermal development over the last forty years. This will cover the first development at The Geysers steam field in the 1960’s through today, on a decade-by-decade basis. The author started working in the geothermal industry in […]

Physics colloquium-“Dial ‘M’ for Muons”

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

Gordan Krnjaic Fermilab Abstract: The longstanding muon g-2 anomaly is perhaps the largest discrepancy in fundamental physics and could become the first laboratory discovery of physics beyond the Standard Model of particles and interactions. In this talk, I will review what it means to measure a magnetic dipole moment, categorize the different theoretical possibilities for new particles that resolve the anomaly, […]

VIP Presents: An Awkward Person’s Guide to Networking (Pre-Mixer Workshop)

McNeil Hall 1400 Maple St., Golden, CO, United States

Do you find it hard to walk up to people and strike up a conversation? Networking doesn't have to be as scary and as painful as it many make it out to be.  More often than not, we let fear take over and we get in our own heads about how to navigate this crucial […]

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Special Physics colloquium, “Thermal-Radiation Engineering: Innovations and Opportunities”

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

Yuzhe Xiao University of Wisconsin-Madison Abstract: Every hot object emits electromagnetic radiation, which is called thermal radiation or thermal emission. Thermal radiation is a ubiquitous phenomenon, with examples including the light emitting from the sun or from an incandescent lightbulb. Even though thermal radiation has been well-known from the century-old Planck’s law, recent applications of […]

VAN TUYL LECTURE: DR. DON ROSENBERRY, USGS

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

Dr. Don Rosenberry, United States Geological Survey Thursday, April 7, 2022 in BE 241/ Zoom, 4-5PM Groundwater-surface-water Exchange Unrelated to Measured Hydraulic Gradients: Unraveling the Complexities at the Sediment-water Interface Abstract: Hydrogeologists are taught that exchange between groundwater and surface water is driven by hydraulic gradients and governed by hydraulic conductivity.  Although true in most […]

National Poetry Month with award-winning poet Roger Reeves!

Center for Technology and Learning Media (CTLM) 1650 Arapahoe St., Golden, CO, United States

This event is April 7 from 5:30-6:30pm, Location CTLM 102, and by Zoom National Poetry Month with the poet Roger Reeves! Join us in celebrating award-winning poet Roger Reeves’ new book, “Best Barbarian”—a mesmerizing second collection from Reeves (King Me) reflects intergenerational racial trauma and personal tragedy with a remarkable balance of acute feeling and […]

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CBE Shell Seminar Series: Dante Disharoon and Ryan Gasvoda, Colorado School of Mines Alumni, Hemostatic Dysfunctions & High Etch Selectivity in Plasma-Assisted ALE

Center for Technology and Learning Media (CTLM) 1650 Arapahoe St., Golden, CO, United States

On April 8th, 2022, Dante Disharoon, Colorado School of Mines Alumni, will give a talk entitled "Miniaturized Dielectric Coagulometry for Point-of-Care Assessment of Hemostatic Dysfunctions."   On April 8th, 2022, Ryan Gasvoda, Colorado School of Mines Alumni, will give a talk entitled "Obtaining High Etch Selectivity in Plasma-Assisted ALE: A Surface Functionalization Approach."

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Rethinking the Sustainability of the Clean Energy Transition – Webinar

Virtual Event CO, United States

Please join the Columbia University Climate School – The Earth Institute and the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Dr. Morgan Bazilian, Director, Payne Institute, presenting a virtual seminar titled Rethinking the Sustainability of the Clean Energy Transition on Friday, April 8, 2022 from 12:00pm – 12:50pm (MT). TOPIC: RETHINKING […]

Carbon Mineralization for CO2 Removal from Air and Permanent Storage at the Gigaton Scale

Center for Technology and Learning Media (CTLM) 1650 Arapahoe St., Golden, 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 Peter B. Kelemen, Arthur D. Storke Memorial Professor, Columbia University, presenting a live seminar titled Carbon Mineralization for CO2 Removal from Air and Permanent Storage at the Gigaton Scale on Friday, April 8, 2022, […]

Innov8x Challenge

Our Innov8x Challenges are 2-hour rapid fire challenges in which students brainstorm problems, identify beneficiaries – people who would benefit when the problem is solved. “Good” problems advance to our Innov8x course.  Join us in person or Zoom.

Mines DI&A Council Meeting – General

https://mines.zoom.us/j/94415652750?pwd=bGp6b0Y2QndhdXd1R055ZjM3NnFTZz09     Password: 745656 ·         2/14 11am – 12pm ·         3/14 11am – 12pm ·         4/11 11am – 12pm ·         5/9 11am – 12pm 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 […]

Special Physics colloquium, “Advancing Printed Semiconductor Electronics via Control over Interfaces & Microstructure”

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

Ahmad Kirmani NREL Abstract: The ability to render semiconductors into inks and to print them with bespoke properties promises the herald of next-generation low-cost printed semiconductor electronics for terrestrial and space applications. While several semiconductor inks have emerged including metal oxides, colloidal quantum dots, perovskites, polymers, and 2D materials, ink printing lacks the pristine quality […]

DISTINGUISHED SEMINAR SERIES: Kan Wu, Texas A&M University

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

Hydraulic Fracture Geometry Characterization in Unconventional Reservoirs: Numerical Modeling and Data Interpretation Multi-stage hydraulic fracturing with horizontal drilling is a key technique to economically unlock hydrocarbon in unconventional reservoirs. Despite their successful applications, accurate characterization of the complex hydraulic fracture geometry that is created in unconventional reservoirs remains challenging due to the complexities of stress […]

Physics colloquium-“Spectrally-Multiplexed Entanglement Swapping of Time-Frequency Entangled Photons”

Brian Smith University of Oregon Abstract: Entanglement, the correlations displayed between sub- systems of a multipartite quantum system, is one of the most distinguishing properties of quantum physics and a significant resource for quantum information science and technology. Entanglement swapping is a protocol that enables entanglement of quantum systems that have never interacted. This protocol […]

“Just In Time” Interviewing Day

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

Still looking for a job or internship for the summer? You're in luck! The Mines Career Center is hosting the “Just In Time” interviewing day! With the spring semester coming to a close, this event allows students to meet and interview with a number of employers and organizations that are seeking to fill their last-minute […]

MN Seminar Series

Daniel Naupari, Technical Manager at Mine & Flows Mining and Tunnel Ventilation, will discuss the Phenomena in Mine Ventilation Systems 

Geophysics Heiland Lecture 4/13

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

Dr. Vasconcelos presents: Toward a Wavescope – AI-driven, Bayesian imaging and monitoring of subwavelength microstructures with finite-frequency waves

Engineering Sustainable Futures Exploration Session

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

Campus leaders want to gather your ideas for a new initiative at Mines: Engineering Sustainable Futures. We will discuss What pressing sustainability topics and challenges is Mines well-positioned to solve? How can we educate future sustainability leaders? What services and programs would set Sustainability at Mines apart from the rest? Come with your wild, creative […]

Classroom Equity & Inclusion Learning Community

      https://mines.zoom.us/j/94681477082?pwd=bW5lQkdYK1dhQzU2dSs3ejJlaTh0UT09                   Password: 425854 1/20 9:30am – 10am 2/3 9:30am – 10am 2/17 9:30am – 10am 3/3 9:30am – 10am 3/17 9:30am – 10am 3/31 9:30am – 10am 4/14 9:30am – 10am 4/28 9:30am – 10am The classroom equity and inclusion learning community is a space for instructors to engage in dialogue and learn about […]

Spring 2022 Student Assistant Job and Resource Fair (On-Campus Employment)

The Mines Career Center is hosting its Spring 2022 Student Assistant Job Fair. Departments and offices across campus will be showcasing their services and highlighting their open student worker positions for the fall semester. If you are a student seeking an on-campus employment opportunity next fall, you won't want to miss this opportunity! For any […]

Library x Outdoor Recreation – Adventure Cast Series

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

Come listen and learn as the Outdoor Rec Center Trip Leaders take you through one of their personal adventures.  This series will expand the minds of the Mines student in showing them unique places and adventures that are around the world or right out their door. From global impacts to the personal challenges to the […]

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VAN TUYL LECTURE: DR. CHEN ZHU, INDIANA UNIVERSITY

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

Dr. Chen Zhu, Indiana University Thursday, April 14, 2022 in BE 241/ Zoom 4-5PM Hydrogeochemistry: Recent Advances and Opportunities & Challenges Ahead Abstract: Chemical and isotopic processes occur in every segment of the hydrological cycle. Hydrogeochemistry—the groundwater subdiscipline that studies these processes—has seen a transformation from “witch’s brew” into a credible science. In particular, we […]

Green Center 2nd Floor Grand Reopening

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

Enjoy food and drinks as you tour the various offices of the Green Center 2nd Floor! Visit the new Ken Larner GeoMaker Space.

Free

Engineering Sustainable Futures Exploration Session

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

Campus leaders want to gather your ideas for a new initiative at Mines: Engineering Sustainable Futures. We will discuss What pressing sustainability topics and challenges is Mines well-positioned to solve? How can we educate future sustainability leaders? What services and programs would set Sustainability at Mines apart from the rest? Come with your wild, creative […]

Library Concert Series – Sandrine Ricote & Dan Robinson

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

Sandrine Ricote and Dan Robinson met in a French conversation group in 2012 and have been playing together ever since. Sandrine, a native of France, is a Research Associate Professor at the School of Mines. Dan, a native of Oklahoma who fell in love with all things French while studying abroad in his junior year […]

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2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium: Oral Presentations

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

The 2022 UR Symposium will take place TODAY & TOMORROW 10a-12p in the Green Center! Keynote Address will take place TODAY 4p! The 2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium takes place today, Monday, April 18th, 2022 and Tuesday, April 19th, 2022. All faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to join us in celebrating our hardworking undergraduate researchers […]

Free

Microaggressions & Bias Learning Community

https://mines.zoom.us/j/91857107926?pwd=U3UvT09pa3UzVFFmUEQ2dDQvWGEwQT09     Password: 195994 1/24 12pm – 12:30pm 2/7 12pm – 12:30pm 2/21 12pm – 12:30pm 3/7 12pm – 12:30pm 3/21 12pm – 12:30pm 4/4 12pm – 12:30pm 4/18 12pm – 12:30pm 5/2 12pm – 12:30pm Participants are guided through a 30-minute interactive session based on scenarios commonly experienced by underrepresented individuals on campus.

2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium: Keynote Address by Jenny Olin Shanahan

Join us and Dr. Jenny Olin Shanahan 4pm TODAY in Student Center Ballrooms D & E. More information and RSVP below! The keynote address, Re-imagining Undergraduate Research for a Post-Pandemic World, by Jenny Olin Shanahan, Ph.D. will take place on Monday, April 18, 4p-5p in Student Center Ballrooms D & E. Refreshments will be provided. […]

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Unpacking the Intensity of Policy Conflicts: Lessons from Debates Over Shale Oil and Gas in the U.S.

Virtual Event CO, United States

Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Tanya Heikkila, PhD, Professor, Co-Director, Center for Policy and Democracy, University of Colorado, Denver, presenting a virtual seminar titled Unpacking the Intensity of Policy Conflicts: Lessons from Debates Over Shale Oil and Gas in the U.S. on Tuesday, […]

2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium: Poster Presentations

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

The 2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium poster session will take place TODAY 10a-12p in the Green Center, Friedhoff Hall! The 2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium will be held in person on Monday, April 18th, 2022 and Tuesday, April 19th, 2022. All faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to join us in celebrating our hardworking undergraduate researchers and […]

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2022 UR Symposium Mentoring Workshop by Jenny Olin Shanahan

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

Join us and Dr. Jenny Olin Shanahan 12pm TUESDAY in Green Center Room 200C! Join us 12pm to 1:30pm on Tuesday, April 19, in the Green Center Room 200C for the mentoring workshop, “Centering Equity and Inclusion in Undergraduate Research Mentoring,” by Jenny Olin Shanahan, Ph.D - Asst. Provost for High-Impact Practices at Bridgewater State […]

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Physics colloquium-“Beyond Lighting–Gallium Nitride for Augmented Reality, Robotics, Health Care, & Quantum Information”

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

Pei-Cheng Ku University of Michigan, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Abstract: Gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductors are best known for their revolutionary applications in creating significant energy savings for electric lights (Nobel Prize in Physics 2014). Unlike silicon and the majority of other compound semiconductor materials, GaN is piezoelectric due to its wurtzite symmetry which is […]

VIP Presents: Intern Launch Workshop

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

Want to learn how to maximize your success in an internship? Join us to learn more about how to stand out to prospective employers, tips on transitioning into the role and managing work projects and relationships. Hear from a Mines student panel on ways to stand out, their own internship experiences and useful advice.  Co-hosted […]

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