Week of Events
Due 3/31: Final Form for Pre-Registered Symposium Presenters
The final form for judges, volunteers, and pre-registered presenters is open! Click the link to apply! The 2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium will be held in person on Monday, April 18 and Tuesday, April 19, 2022. Oral presentations will take place inside the Green Center on Monday, April 18 from 10am-12pm MT. Poster presentations will take […]
Judges and volunteers needed for the 2022 UR Symposium!
Apply by 3/31 to be a judge or volunteer at the 2022 UR Symposium! The 2022 UR Symposium will take place 4/18 & 4/19 10a-12p. The 2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium will be held in person on Monday, April 18th and Tuesday, April 19th, 2022. Oral presentations will take place inside the Green Center on Monday, […]
Due 4/1: Open Call for MURF Research Project Proposals
The Mines Undergraduate Research Fellowship (MURF) offers the opportunity to recruit talented undergraduate researchers. The office of Undergraduate Research Scholars is happy to announce we are currently accepting project proposals for MURF 2022-2023! Priority deadline for submitting a MURF or IMURF project is April 1, 2022. In an effort to provide funding opportunities for all […]
Due 4/1: Research Scholar Distinction at Graduation
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 […]
Teams Meeting · 1/24 1pm – 1:30pm · 2/28 1pm – 1:30pm · 3/28 1pm – 1:30pm · 4/25 1pm – 1:30pm Campus units have a parallel mission and goals to the Mines DI&A Strategic Plan. The DI&A leadership team will hold monthly meetings to help 1) facilitate collaboration; 2) amplify and support each other’s program and activities; and […]
This presentation covers the essential elements of limited entry treatment design and reviews a case study of plug-and-perf horizontal well treatments in an unconventional shale play. In the case study, various diagnostic methods were used to better understand and quantify the factors determining limited entry effectiveness. Three diagnostic methods were implemented: 1.) injection step-down tests […]
Dr. Sid Saleh of the McNeil Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation joins us to discuss how you can chart a fulfilling career path and stand out to potential employers now and in the future. This workshop will tie a variety of concepts including your personal brand, team communication, collaboration, networking, and storytelling to showcase how […]
Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Todd Chapman, Former U.S. Ambassador to Brazil and Ecuador, presenting a virtual seminar titled Critical Minerals and Mining in South America on Tuesday, March 29, 2022 from 9:30am – 10:45am (MT). TOPIC: CRITICAL MINERALS AND MINING IN SOUTH AMERICA […]
Benjamin Bloom Atom Computing Abstract: Neutral atoms trapped in optical tweezers are a promising platform for implementing scalable quantum computers. Here I introduce a system with the ability to individually manipulate a two-dimensional array of nuclear spin qubits. Each qubit is encoded in the ground state manifold of 87Sr and is individually addressable by site-selective […]
Join the Mines Career Center for an exciting panel conversation with professionals (and Mines Alumni) from Bioscience engineering careers! Through short presentations with Q&A, followed by a networking hour, learn about how panelists entered their careers after getting their engineering degrees and how they maintain a focus on their core values as they develop their […]
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.
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 […]
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 best-selling author and keynote speaker Lindsey Pollak will be joining us to talk about navigating your career in today’s rapidly evolving employment and work landscape, […]
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
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."
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 […]