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Hennebach Panel with Jasmin Darznik, Patricia Engel, Laleh Khadivi focused on Identity, Gender, Immigration Issues and BIPOC concerns in the US with three prominent writers.

Virtual Event CO, United States

Join prominent novelists and film-makers Jasmin Darznik, Patricia Engel, Laleh Khadivi for a discussion on issues facing women scholars and artists. Jasmin Darznik is the New York Times-bestselling author of The Bohemians (April 2021), a novel that imagines the friendship between photographer Dorothea Lange and her Chinese American assistant in 1920s San Francisco. Her debut […]

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National Poetry Month Student Reading

Virtual Event CO, United States

Please join fellow students, staff, faculty, for this informal and lively reading by Mines students to celebrate NPM! The department of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, along with University Honors and Scholars Program and the Hennebach Program in the Humanities are proud to continue our yearly reading series featuring student readers from across campus. Please […]

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National Poetry Month Reading with John Murillo!

Virtual Event CO, United States

Join the Hennebach Program in the Humanities for a celebration of poetry with the Kingsley Tufts Winner John Murillo! “Murillo is a true poet, a wordsmith, and a song-maker, intelligent, principled, compassionate, and fearless... Leave the idea that ‘poetry makes nothing happen’ to the poets whose poetry makes nothing happen. John Murillo will provide salvation […]

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Constitutional Day: The Intersection of Public Health Mandates and Individual Freedom

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

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 […]

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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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Hennebach Lecture: We Don’t Know What We Want, We Don’t Know What We Know

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

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.

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Hennebach Event: Mines Iron Pour

Free Iron Mold Experience 2:30 - 4:30 pm - Show us your artistic skills with sand scratch molds-these will be filled with liquid iron and  you can keep the art for free! The Iron Pour Experience 5:30 pm - Watch your art come to life in a striking spectacle of fire and sound!

Hennebach: Translating the Lyric with poet Wayne Miller

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

Join award-winning poet and translator Wayne Miller for an evening of poetry and an investigation of translation as art form Please join the Hennebach Program as we launch our Spring 2022 season of events with award-winning poet and translator Wayne Miller as he reads from his new poetry collection, We the Jury, and talks about […]

Hennebach Lecture: Using Mixed Methods to Understand the Political Economy of Small-Scale Gold Mining in Ghana

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

Join us in welcoming Dr. Heidi Hausermann, an Associate Professor of Geography at Colorado State University. Her expertise is in landscape change, disease dynamics, politics of extraction and mixed methods.   Artisanal and small-scale gold mining activities hugely expanded in the wake of the 2008 economic recession and, most recently, the global pandemic. Based on […]

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HASS Panel Discussion: Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: History, Energy, and Cybersecurity

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

On Feb. 24th, Russia launched a full scale invasion of Ukraine. Why did this happen? Where do we go from here? International Relations scholars Drs. Davis and Hancock and Historian Dr. Osgood will share their expertise on these issues and then open the floor to Q&A. International Relations scholar Dr. Hudson will moderate. Join in-person […]

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, March 5th anytime from 5-7pm, where we will be pouring liquid metal to make the first bronze-castings for a new instrument originally inspired by the Balinese gamelan gong and transformed through the Mines extended […]

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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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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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Music at Mines: Concert Band, Drumline, and Theatre Program Performance

Bunker Auditorium 924 16th St., Golden

Please Join the Mines Concert Band, Drumline and Theatre Program on Friday April 29th as they present a night of fanfares, ragtime, movie soundtracks and a spooky reawakening of Erik Whitacre’s, “Ghost Train.” In addition, there will be soliloquy presentations by HASS’s Music and the Performing Arts theatre students, as well as a house rocking […]

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Music at Mines: Jazz Combos

Join us for an afternoon of Jazz performance on Saturday 4/30 @ 2pm. Performance will be held at the Ford performance Space in the Ford Building.

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Music at Mines: Jazz Combos

Join us for a night of Jazz performance on Saturday 4/30 @ 6pm. Performance will be held at the Ford performance Space in the Ford Building.

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Music at Mines: Jazz Combos

Join us for an evening of music performance on Monday 5/2 @ 7pm. Performance will be held at the Ford Performance Space at the Ford Building

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Constitutional Day 2022 – When Are You a Person?

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

 The US Supreme Court Confronts Biology, Philosophy, Religion, History and Politics and the Limits (or Limitlessness) of State Regulation of Pregnancy   When? When did your rights come into being, and when will they cease to be? The premise of natural rights is that they spring into existence upon what event? The becoming of a […]

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“The Constellation of Possibilities: Writing Historical Fiction & The Moral & Ethical Obligations of a Novelist” with Best-selling author Matt Bondurant

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

The poet David Kirby once said that “only shallow people and charlatans begin with perfect knowledge of what it is they mean to say.  An honest writer begins in ignorance and writes his way to the truth.”   The word “truth” is a bit controversial when it comes to historical fiction.  Some authors of historical novels claim they only […]

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New Territories: Migration and Exile

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

The poet Amit Majmudar says this, “You’ve come of age in the age of migrations./ The board tilts, and the bodies roll west./ Fanaticism’s come back into fashion,/ come back with a vengeance./ In this new country, there’s no gravitas,/ no grace…” This lecture will be about the literature  of migration and exile. From the […]

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“The Long, Endearing History of the American Kitchen Hack” with Rebecca Onion

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

Since the 19th century, when American magazines for women began to offer expert advice on how to arrange the household correctly, the “kitchen hack” - a tiny unit of advice meant to be used in a unique cooking situation - has been a staple of food media. As the 20th century wore on, the “kitchen […]

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“Who Owns Your Story?” with Bestselling Author Erika Krouse

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

When you write about real people, sometimes they get mad at you. Erika Krouse’s memoir, Tell Me Everything: The Story of a Private Investigation, is about Erika’s experience as a private investigator working on the first-ever Title IX sexual assault case in history. But the controversy didn’t end on the page; as Erika was writing her […]

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Hennebach Lecture Series with Fulbright Scholar Dr. Kalpana Hulluru, Perspectives: Hindu Values in Select Indian Literature and Film

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

BIO: Dr. Kalpana Hulluru is a Professor in the Department of English, Pondicherry University (PU), Puducherry, India. She has been awarded the USA’s ‘Study of Institutions Award’ (2007) and the SICI’s ‘Faculty Mobility Grant’ (2016). While on a Fulbright at Metropolitan State University, Dr. Hulluru, teaches upper-division Literature courses, offers courses on Women’s Writing and […]

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Hennebach Series: Can Ethical Argument Save the World? How to Write and Reason As If It Mattered (Because It Does!)

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

Can Ethical Argument Save the World? How to Write and Reason As If It Mattered (Because It Does!)            Most people who pay attention to the subject will tell you that public discourse is in a sorry state. We inhabit a rhetorical climate in which there is no widely shared agreement as to […]

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Hennebach Program Lecture: The International Rescue Committee at Mines

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

Description: The International Rescue Committee Deputy Director, Wisler Jacquecin, will visit the Mines campus to give a brief history of the IRC and that of the IRC in Denver. He will discuss resettlement process es(from the first interaction with UNHCR to PRM assurances and reception/placement in Denver) as well as the plethora of services that the IRC […]

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Artist Lecture – Scott Braun:  An Empathetic Confrontationalist

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

Artist Lecture – Scott Braun:  An Empathetic Confrontationalist Tuesday, April 18th at 4:00, Alderson Hall 368   A talk with Scott Braun on The Decency Project. The Decency Project finds connection and community through craft and labor. While carving spoons together, Braun and participants engage in difficult conversation: What does it mean to be human? […]

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How To Engage The “Enemy”…Civilly, and Gain Something from the Experience: A Panel

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

  How To Engage The “Enemy”…Civilly, and Gain Something from the Experience: A Panel Thursday, April 20th at 4:00, Green Center 224   In perhaps the most collectively disconnected era since the birth of the steam engine, how do we find engagement? In the struggle to coexist, we seek just and meaningful action, moments of […]

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High Grade Release Party

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

The 47th volume of Mines very own journal of the arts will release April 28th! The staff and contributors invite you to join in an evening of artistic festivities from 5:00-7:30pm in the Student Center Ballrooms D&E, followed by an after-party documentary screening. There will be food, poetry and fiction readings, artist talks, music, and […]

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Philharmonic Orchestra Performance

Bunker Auditorium 924 16th St., Golden

Join us on the 30'th of April at the Bunker Auditorium for a Mines Music Performance including pieces such as Mozart's Cosi fan Tutte Overture, Felix Mendelssohn's Symphony No.4 "Italian", Jean Sibelius' Finlandia and Aaron Copland's Four Dance Episodes

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UNDERSTANDING JUSTICE40 IN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY GRANT PROPOSALS WORKSHOP

Virtual Event CO, United States

UNDERSTANDING JUSTICE40 IN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY GRANT PROPOSALS WORKSHOP Date: Wednesday, May 17th Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm Event Location:  Virtual via Zoom Registration: https://research.mines.edu/upcoming-events/ Do you have a DOE grant coming up that asks for a Community Benefits or Environmental Justice Plan? Join us for an informative virtual workshop in which we will dissect the terms and […]

Join the Mines Veteran Alliance for our annual fundraiser and Heroes Dinner!

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

Calling all veterans and veteran allies at Mines--this is our featured fundraising and networking event for the school year--and students may enjoy a FREE event tailored for our active duty and student veterans on campus. This year, we have an incredible speaker from Space Resources--Dr. Angel Abbud-Madrid! Heroes Dinner Details: Date and time: September 10th […]

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Mines, NREL and NIST Distinguished Lecture Series Presents: “Emerging Leaders”

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO, United States

"Emerging Approaches for Reducing Concrete CO2 Emissions" Mines, NREL, and NIST community networking + Poster Session: 4-7pm MST, Coolbaugh Atrium Lecture: 4:30-5:30pm MST, CO209 Coolbaugh 209 + Atrium Emerging Leaders Lecture by Dr. Prannoy Suraneni, Assistant Professor, Civil& Architectural Engineering at the University of Miami  

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Join Hennebach for a lecture on Resistance: the CIA, Iraq, Afghanistan 2001. A history and discussion of intelligence missions Post-9/11.

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

Retired CIA deputy director, JR Seeger, will lead a discussion of his career in the CIA and specifically his service in Afghanistan in the Fall of 2001.This event will focus on the historical context and the real-world challenges faced by the collaborative effort of CIA officers, SF operational detachments, and a USSOCOM command team, and […]

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Energy Politics – Opportunities and Challenges in Colorado

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

Chris Hansen is the current State Senator for Colorado Senate District 31. He specializes in energy sector economics and data analytics, with 20 years of experience in the global energy industry. He currently serves on the Appropriations Committee, the Joint Technology Committee and the Legislative Council. Hansen also serves as the Co-Founder and Director of […]

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Guitar Concert

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

Join Masakazu Ito in Solo Guitar Concert.

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CELEBRATION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE, HUMANITIES, AND DESIGN RESEARCH AT MINES

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

Presented by RTT & Earth and Society Programs RSVP:  https://research.mines.edu/upcoming-events/ Date: Monday, January 22 Time: 3:00 – 6:00 pm Location:  Marquez Atrium - Door prizes provided by ESP * While we encourage participation in the entire event, you are welcome to drop in when you are available. Mines Research and Technology Office and Earth and Society Programs are […]

Young Environmental Issues Symposium 2024 – Terry Tempest Williams

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

Award-Winning Author, Environmentalist & Activist Terry Tempest Williams An evening talk hosted by the Young Environmental issues Symposium on engaging the climate crisis, including a reading from Wild Mercy  

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