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- Heiland Lecture: Dr. Philip Nelson March 21, 2018
“Putting a price on carbon–who wants it, when, how, and how much?” Dr. Philip Nelson, Citizens Climate Lobby Numerous pathways are being pursued to reduce the release of carbon dioxide in …
- The Payne Institute for Earth Resources presents: Andy Spielman March 22, 2018
The Payne Institute for Earth Resources presents: Andy Spielman Open to the Mines community and the public. Andrew (Andy) Spielman is a widely regarded leading preeminent public lands, environmental a …
- 3rd Annual Mudbug Masquerade March 22, 2018
What: Crawfish Boil Where: Marquez Hall Pavilion/Jalili Plaza Cost: Students/Faculty: $15, Others – $25 Please join the SPE/AADE/AAPG Student Chapters for the 3rd Annual Mudbug Masquerade! SPE i …
- Van Tuyl Lecture: Dallas Dunlap, University of Texas at Austin March 22, 2018
Dallas Dunlap, University of Texas at Austin Van Tuyl Lecture, BE 241, 4 PM Topic: Ancient Carbonate Channel-Levee Systems: Browse Basin, NW Shelf Australia Abstract: Submarine channels are primary c …
- Hennebach Program presents “Feral Burros in the American West : The Environmental Legacy of the 19th-Century Mining Booms” by Abraham H. Gibson March 22, 2018
Though far less celebrated than their more glamorous cousins the mustangs, burros (Equus asinus) have played an important role in the settlement of the American West. They enabled humans to access min …
- Mines students making a name for themselves at hackathons
A virtual reality app that encourages people with neck injuries to do muscular exercises, an automated parking lot assistant to help find that elusive parking spot on campus and an inventory tracking …
- High Grade editors meet with author George Saunders '81
Three editors of Colorado School of Mines' literary and arts journal received some extra-special inspiration at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference in Florida: They got to …
- Mines awarded $3M from ARPA-E for fuel cell research
Colorado School of Mines has been awarded $3 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) to develop a first-of-its-kind hybrid power gener …