HASS presents “Refugees Amongst Us: Roundtable on Refugees of the Denver Area”

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

Did you know there are 20,000 to 30,000 refugees living in the Denver Area? Come learn about what life is like for the refugees in our area. Where: CO 209 When: Feb. 22nd, 4:30-5:30 pm Guest Speakers: Claude d’Estrée, M.T.S, J.D. University of Denver Professor Director of International Human Rights Degree Program Executive Director of […]

Heiland Lecture: Dr. Heiner Igel

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

 “Earth’s Rock and Roll: Understanding rotational ground motions” Dr. Heiner Igel, Professor of Seismology, Department of Earth Sciences, Ludwig-Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany When the ground shakes from earthquakes, the oceans, or the atmosphere, it not only translates (up-down, sideways), but also undergoes rotational motions. To fully characterize seismic sources and wave fields theoreticians have insisted for […]

Heiland Lecture: Dr. Andrew Valentine

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

“What can the data science revolution do for geoscience?” Dr. Andrew Valentine, Australian National University   The modern world is built on machine learning and data science: an explosion of research activity has resulted in mathematical tools that underpin financial trading, enable self-driving cars, and help you select films on Netflix. Supporting this is a wealth […]

Chemistry Seminar Series:

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

Prof. Robert Paton, Department of Chemistry, Colorado State University Host: Assistant Professor Shubham Vyas 219 Coolbaugh Hall

Heiland Lecture: Dr. Philippe Lognonne

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

“New Frontiers of Planetary Seismology” Dr. Philippe Lognonné, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Université Paris Diderot-Sorbonne Paris Cité, France   About 45 years ago seismology started its escape from Earth, with not only the first successful installation of a seismometer on the Moon by the Apollo missions but also with the first observations […]

Chemistry Seminar Series: TBA

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

Prof. Amar Flood Department of Chemistry, Indiana University Host: Assistant Professor Shubham Vyas 219 Coolbaugh Hall

Heiland Lecture: Dr. Hendratta Ali

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

 “Apprenticeship programs to foster student’s professional development” Dr. Hendratta Ali, Associate Professor of Geosciences (Petroleum Geology)   Geoscience related disciplines serve interests in various applied fields and provide unique opportunities for learning in a variety of settings including; classroom, laboratory, outdoors, and internships. However, challenges persist in our ability to engage incoming students whose first […]

Chemistry Seminar Series: TBA

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

Dr. Jessica Drader Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (French CEA) Host: Assistant Professor Jenifer Shafer 219 Coolbaugh Hall

Heiland Lecture: SEG DL: Dr. William W. Symes

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

 “Advanced imaging for practitioners” Dr. William W. Symes, Rice University, Houston, TX   Seismic migration has been a core geophysical technology for more than 50 years and continues to evolve in its capacity to reveal detailed quantitative information about the sedimentary earth. Integration of ever more accurate and complete seismic wave physics, more precise numerical […]

Heiland Lecture: Eileen Rose Martin

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

 “Scalable seismic monitoring with fiber optics beneath our feet” Eileen Martin, Ph.D. Candidate, Geophysics Department at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   Continuously recording, dense seismic arrays could help us better understand earthquake and landslide hazards, permafrost thaw, our hydrological cycle, and near surface changes at energy production sites. But such arrays have typically been expensive to […]

ConocoPhillips Center for a Sustainable We2st Guest Lecture with Greg Lackey – Surface Casing Pressure as an Indicator of Well Integrity Loss and Stray Gas Migration in Colorado

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

The ConocoPhillips Center for a Sustainable We2st is hosting a special lecture with Greg Lackey. Lackey will be presenting "Surface Casing Pressure as an Indicator of Well Integrity Loss and Stray Gas Migration in Colorado." Abstract: Faulty oil and gas wells, with compromised structural integrity, allow for the unwanted vertical migration of hydrocarbons along the […]

MAC Movie: Wonder Woman

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

Join the Mines Activities Council for popcorn and a movie in Coolbaugh Hall, room number 209! We will be screening DC Comic's Wonder Woman!

Chemistry Seminar Series: Ken Houk, UCLA

Coolbaugh Hall 1012 14th St., Golden, CO

Professor Ken Houk, Department of Chemistry, UCLA Host: Assistant Professor Shubham Vyas 219 Coolbaugh Hall