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Digest Date Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Campus Announcements
Your AFC invites you to nominate a Mines' Administrative Faculty member by April 12th for the Connected Learning Community Award
Come find out more about CSM's very own alumni mentorship program! Mentorship@Mines info sessions April 4th @ 5PM and April 5th @ 6PM, Ballroom C
Don't miss the experience of a lifetime, rafting down the Grand Canyon this May. You can sign up and pay with a credit card online. Only a few spots left; register today!
Academic Lectures / Courses
IPE Africa (LAIS 341) and Religion and Security (LAIS 431) taught by Dr. Derrick Hudson
Athletics
Cheer on Oredigger Baseball Friday at 6pm, Saturday at 1pm & 4pm, Sunday at 12pm.
Digest Date Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Closures and Outages
CASA will be closed on Thursday, March 30 all day and will be closed on Friday, March 31 from 3-5pm
The Library will have reduced hours over Spring Break, closing at 6:00pm Monday through Friday
Dates and Deadlines
Want help getting started in Canvas? Sign up for the Canvas 101 workshop where we'll learn the basic structure of Canvas, think through how to organize materials, and work together to build a course.
Join us this week for Canvas support in the Green Center Lobby. We are providing one-on-one support and guidance for using Canvas.
Campus Announcements
This is just a reminder that the evaluations are due to Human Resources by the end of this week.
Athletics
Club Cycling is holding the Oredigger Classic SUNDAY APRIL 2nd!
Digest Date Monday, March 27, 2017
Closures and Outages
CCIT will be upgrading the wireless network infrastructure hardware in Elm Hall and Mines Market over Spring Break to increase stability, coverage and performance of the wireless network.
Dates and Deadlines
Mark Your Calendars! - AFC Spring Luncheon for Administrative Faculty coming up on Tuesday, April 25th from 11:30am - 1pm in Student Center Ballrooms A & B
Submit nominations of yourself or your coworkers to a seat on the Administrative Faculty Council by end of day today!
Campus Announcements
Come find out more about CSM's very own alumni mentorship program! Mentorship@Mines info sessions April 4th @ 5PM and April 5th @ 6PM, Ballroom C
Campus Events / Meetings
There will be a heat transfer review session for Exam 2 on Sunday, April 2nd in Brown W210 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Special Activities
Put your mind and ingenuity to the test by signing up for the cardboard boat race!
Athletics
Cheer on Oredigger Baseball for a home weekend series vs UCCS starting Friday at 6pm!
Enjoy food and drink samples from over 25 different vendors! Purchase your tickets today and support our local community and the Golden Chamber of Commerce (Athletics Partner)!
Digest Date Friday, March 24, 2017
Closures and Outages
CCIT will be doing maintenance on the Identity Self-Service web site. Change your password or run account claim before or after 7:30am- 3pm on Sunday March 26, 2017
The Technical Support Center (TSC) Spring Break hours are as follows
Dates and Deadlines
Proposals for Tech Fee funding in Fall 2017 are due by 4pm today. See the Mines Tech Fee website for details, forms, and submission information.
Nominate yourself or your coworker(s) to the AFC by Monday, March 27
The Testing Center is preparing for Finals week! Please submit your finals information via our online request form.
Campus Announcements
CASA Tutoring will be on a break on during Spring Break. Will return Sunday, April 2, 2017, at 5:00pm. CSI will also not hold workshops during spring break.
Registration for the GRADS conference is FREE! Register today!
Graduate School Website Updates
You can start taking social science and enginering courses this fall to complete a minor Leadership in Social Responsibility.
New Vending machines will be installed between March 27th - April 5th
The Philanthropist of the Year award was established to recognize the unique and determined efforts of a current student in promoting philanthropic giving on campus. Nomination form available by link.
Student Empoyee Supervisors! Time to RSVP for the 2017 Student Employee Appreciation Banquet and find out who is the Student Employee of the Year!
USG Election Packets are now available at the Student Activities Office (SAO) in the Student Center.
Campus Events / Meetings
Join Us April 3rd in BBW280 at 6:00 pm for FREE FOOD, Officer Elections and a game of Jeopardy!
As lunch will be provided, please send RSVP by March 27 at: http://ethics.mines.edu/loui-lecture
Refreshments will be provided. RSVP by March 28: http://ethics.mines.edu/loui-workshop
Come out for another exciting lunch and learn provided by IEEE!
In this entertaining and educational workshop, Frank Snieder will present five styles for authentic communication and will provide an overview of how communication is affected by brain development.
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Randy LeVeque presents "Generating Random Earthquakes for Probabilistic Hazard Assessment." Please join us for refreshments at 2:45pm.
If you haven't completed LAIS 100, consider taking the class over the summer. Seats available for Summer I MTWR 12:30-2:45 and for Summer II MTWR 9:30-11:45 and 1:00-3:15
Special Activities
Come join Mines Catholic for some fun, games, and confessions in Periodic Table, Friday, 3/24, 2:30-4:30pm
Athletics
Club Cycling is holding the Oredigger Classic SUNDAY APRIL 2nd!
Check out all the action in this exciting spring game...FREE and open to the public!
Enjoy food and drink samples from over 25 different vendors! Purchase your tickets today and support our local community and the Golden Chamber of Commerce (Athletics Partner)!
Digest Date Thursday, March 23, 2017
Dates and Deadlines
FAFSAs for next fall are due by April 1st. You will need to manually enter your 2015 tax information, the IRS data retrieval tool is not working.
We have special dining hours during spring break. Click through to view and print the hours.
Campus Announcements
Bubble soccer is a fast pace sport, involving giants bubbles around each player and a soccer ball.
In English: courses in mining, Chinese Lang/culture: no tuition, free housing June 15-July 10
Proposals for Tech Fee funding in Fall 2017 are due FRIDAY, MARCH 24. See the Mines Tech Fee website for details, forms, and submission information.
Tau Beta Pi, Order of Omega and Blue Key will be recognizing one faculty and one staff from each department, as nominated and voted on by students across campus
The next round of applications for the GCSP@Mines are due April 7! Follow the link for more info on the application process. Contact us for questions or help with your application.
The Mines Dance Team will be selling Krispie Creme Doughnuts TODAY in front of the Student Center starting at 8am! Come support your dance girls and get some doughnuts!
Orders for campus forms have previously been submitted to the Mailroom via email or other direct communication, however, they can now be requested using a work order.
The Gold Mine is filled with exciting new projects this semester! See what fellow students and faculty are working on, and learn how you can make a difference in helping them reach their goals.
Campus Events / Meetings
Join us at 6:00 pm in BBW280 for the AIAA-CSM General Meeting, FREE FOOD, and Officer Elections
Writing an abstract for a thesis or article can be daunting. Years of research are compiled into one 150-350 word paragraph. How do you know what to include and what to leave out?
Agenda: what’s happening with the Energy Minor; update on the Tiny House project; general discussion about ideas for curriculum, speakers, alumni involvement, grants, etc.
Campus events is now accepting Fall 2017 reservation requests for the Student Center, Green Center and Outdoor Spaces.
Graduate students, don't wait until the last minute to format your thesis! Walk-in thesis formatting help hours are being offered in the Writing Center.
Academic Lectures / Courses
Course to be offered this Fall on space and planetary applications of science and engineering
Dr. Krogstad will present, "Extreme Environments and Dynamic Morphology: Anticipating and harnessing evolving structure-property relationships" this Thursday. Beverages, fruit and cookies provided!
Dr. Cristian Carvajal will present “Unraveling the Channel-to-lobe-transition Zone with High-Resolution Auv Bathymetry: Navy Fan, Offshore Baja California, Mexico” on Thurs, Mar 23 in BH 241 at 4PM
Special Activities
Put your mind and ingenuity to the test by signing up for the cardboard boat race!
Ready to siege the castle? Form a team and sign up here to build a trebuchet for this year’s E-Days Trebuchet Contest.
MAC is looking for amazing organizations/clubs to host a booth and activity at E-days Carnival 2017! Sign up by March 24th on OrgSync to join this fun-filled event!
Athletics
Recreational Sports will offer level 3 swim lessons - learn how to refine your swimming technique!
Check out these upcoming club sports games on campus!
Digest Date Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Closures and Outages
13th Street will re-open on Wednesday 3/22 - It will then close again on Tuesday 3/28 thru 3/30
The SRC will have adjusted hours for Spring Break
Dates and Deadlines
Nominate yourself or your coworkers by March 27 to serve on the AFC
Want help getting started in Canvas? Sign up for the Canvas 101 workshop where we'll learn the basic structure of Canvas, think through how to organize materials, and work together to build a course.
Share your knowledge and passion for Chemistry by applying to be an undergraduate teaching assistant this Fall!
Campus Announcements
Five (5) $2,500 scholarships for Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and/or Computer Science
Three (3) $1,000 scholarships offered for: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Come find out more about CSM's very own alumni mentorship program! Mentorship@Mines info sessions April 4th @ 5PM and April 5th @ 6PM, Ballroom C
The Mines Dance Team will be selling Krispie Creme Doughnuts this Thursday in front of the Student Center starting at 8am! Come support your dance girls and get some doughnuts!
Campus Events / Meetings
LAST DAY - DIGGERNET JOB FAIR - Wed, 3/22 - Don't Delay, Apply Today!
Shane Newman is a PE working in the Denver HVAC industry. He will be presenting on his experience with CFD for modeling airflow in buildings. Today March, 22nd 5:30pm in BBW475 - FREE PIZZA!
Join us for some great shows in Alderson 151 Wednesday evening!
Writing an abstract for a thesis or article can be daunting. Years of research are compiled into one 150-350 word paragraph. How do you know what to include and what to leave out?
Build Group Info Session, THURSDAY, 3/23 at 6:00PM in Brown Hall West, Room 250 - PROJECT ENGINEERS -FULL TIME AND INTERNSHIPS
Come find out how you can at the Teacher Education Alliance, Mines-UNC Partnership (TEAM-UP) information session on Wednesday, March 22nd, from 6:30-8:30 pm in MZ108. Food will be served!
Persian New Year (Norouz) is the traditional Iranian new year holiday and the most cherished of all Iranian festivities. **The first 100 students receive free tickets** Ticket Price: $5
Here's some easy math: Sunday morning = pancake breakfast + carpool to church. Any student can come join us on Sunday at 8:30am in BBW210 for pancakes or at 9:00am for a ride to Church. See you there!
Our professional consultants have special limited hours all week to help you with rewrites, papers, reports, theses, dissertations, and presentations. See our website for hours and to make an appt.!
Graduate students, don't wait until the last minute to format your thesis! Walk-in thesis formatting help hours are being offered in the Writing Center.
Give yourself a Friday treat at Concerts in the Library as Alex Harget pays tribute to the master composers. Your support of our talented Mines musicians performing live is greatly appreciated.
Learn how to legally form your company and how to validate your business or product idea from two founders, Adam Marcinkowski and Bill Bixby! Food will be there!
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Randy LeVeque presents "Generating Random Earthquakes for Probabilistic Hazard Assessment." Please join us for refreshments at 2:45pm.
"Earth Informatics and Geophysical Inversion: More ways to learn from our data" -Professor Anya M. Reading, School of Physical Sciences (Earth Sciences), University of Tasmania
Course to be offered this Fall on space and planetary applications of science and engineering
Materials Science Guest Lecturer: Dr. Helen Chan March 22 4:00 pm Hill Hall 300
NSE Seminar: Dr. Yaron Danon, March 22 4:00 pm HH 202
Special Activities
Come enter our weekly Super Smash Bros. for Wii U tournament! Setup/friendlies at 6 PM, $1/person singles at 7 PM, $1/person doubles at 9 PM (time allowing). More details in link above.
MAC is selling tickets for Nuggets, Rapids, Mammoth, and Avalanche games this Monday through Thursday from 10 AM to 2 PM in the Student Center Atrium. Details below.
Athletics
Check out all the action with two games scheduled for both days...Saturday at 12pm & 2pm and Sunday at 11am & 1pm (NOTE: DATES & TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER)
Colorado School of Mines men's basketball takes on Bellarmine in the NCAA Elite Eight on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. CT/1:30 p.m. MT in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Check out all the action in this exciting spring game...FREE and open to the public!
Enjoy food and drink samples from over 25 different vendors! Purchase your tickets today and support our local community and the Golden Chamber of Commerce (Athletics Partner)!
Digest Date Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Closures and Outages
CCIT will be upgrading the WiFi in Mines Park 2007 Tuesday Mar. 21 4:00 ~ 5:30 PM.
Campus Announcements
The Student Rec Center offers 11 unique fitness classes throughout the week. Schedule at: https://www.facebook.com/CSMBeWell/photos/a.344121609029794.73064.331945590247396/1130177343757546/?type=3
Bubble soccer is a fast pace sport, involving giants bubbles around each player and a soccer ball.
Book & Brew feels your pre-Spring Break pain so we're taking 50% off every cup of drip coffee this week through March 24th! from you caffeinated friends at the library.
Mines Be Well will be offering Body fat and Blood pressure screening Monday/Wednesday this Spring. Located SRC wellness office (Upstairs 2nd floor), Mondays 9:30am-10:30am, Wednesdays 10:00am-11:45am
The Mines Faculty Senate voted on Feb 14 to approve a statement on climate change. Please see attached link for details.
Campus Information Sessions Today
Campus Events / Meetings
Shane Newman is a PE working in the Denver HVAC industry. He will be presenting on his experience with CFD for modeling airflow in buildings. Tomorrow March, 22nd 5:30pm in BBW475 - FREE PIZZA!
Writing an abstract for a thesis or article can be daunting. Years of research are compiled into one 150-350 word paragraph. How do you know what to include and what to leave out?
2 DAYS LEFT - DIGGERNET JOB FAIR - Starts Friday, 3/17 thru Wed, 3/22 - Don't Delay, Apply Today!
Agenda: what’s happening with the Energy Minor; update on the Tiny House project; general discussion about ideas for curriculum, speakers, alumni involvement, grants, etc.
ETA discussion is cancelled this week. Instead, please join us for Dr. Roy's Hennebach Lecture on using visuals to help those outside of your field connect with your work.
This talk examines the role visual bridges (in the form of art, info graphics and data visualizations) can play in connecting with audiences and collaborators outside your field.
Submit your best 3 photos that encapsulate the theme by 3/25 via message on our Facebook page. $45, $30, and $15 gift cards for the top 3 photos, which also will be featured in the exhibition in May!
Submit your best 3 photos that encapsulate the theme by 3/25 via message on our Facebook page. $45, $30, and $15 gift cards for the top 3 photos, which also will be featured in the exhibition in May!
Check out the beta version and be cooler than your friends.
Going skiing, camping, or backpacking for spring break? Come rent your gear at the ORC! Click for more info on pricing and closures for the break.
Today's pedagogy seminar features representatives of TIIC discussing classroom observation tools. Lunch will be provided, and no RSVP is necessary. The seminar begins at noon in CT102.
Students for Creative Anachronism will be hosting a hands-on class on blacksmithing. The Foundry (Hill Hall Basement), 6:00 PM, Wed 3/22
Graduate Students, don't wait until the last minute to format your thesis! Walk-in thesis formatting help hours are being offered in the Writing Center
Give yourself a Friday treat at Concerts in the Library as Alex Harget pays tribute to the master composers. Your support of our talented Mines musicians performing live is greatly appreciated..
You call yourself an early adopter? Great! See you there!
Academic Lectures / Courses
Wednesday, March 22, at Noon: Presented by Dr. Theresa Windus (ISU and Ames Lab) and Dr. Benjamin Hay (Supramolecular Design Institute)
Summer I, II & Fall 2017 Group Advising
Materials Science Guest Lecturer: Dr. Helen Chan March 22 4:00 pm Hill Hall 300
NSE Seminar: Dr. Yaron Danon, March 22 4:00 pm HH 202
Zhe-Xuan Gong, Univ. of Maryland / NIST, ""Many-Body Physics in Long-Range Interacting Quantum Systems"
Join the Mines Underground Construction and Tunneling community for a guest presentation by Kyle Rovick, Kiewit, on the underground transition occurring at the Fort Calhoun Quarry in North Carolina
Special Activities
Club Triathlon started their annual crowdfunding page to help raise money for fall races! Please support and share our page so we can continue representing CSM in the Rocky Mountain Conference.
Put your mind and ingenuity to the test by signing up for the cardboard boat race!
Our Men's basketball team will be taking on #2 Bellarmine in the NCAA Elite Eight this Wednesday at 1:30 PM! MAC will be hosting a watch party to cheer on our team!
Athletics
Support Club Soccer by playing in their 4v4 Soccer Tournament APRIL 8TH
Elite Eight Men's Basketball Viewing Party | Spring Football Game | Home Softball Series
Join MAC, Blue Crew members, and Mines faculty and staff to cheer on your Orediggers as we take on Bellarmine in the NCAA Elite Eight!
Digest Date Monday, March 20, 2017
Dates and Deadlines
Nominate yourself or your coworkers by March 27 to serve on the AFC
Campus Announcements
Experienced tutors, candy, and solutions will be provided!
Tau Beta Pi, Order of Omega and Blue Key will be recognizing one faculty and one staff from each department, as nominated and voted on by students across campus
USG Election Packets are now available at the Student Activities Office (SAO) in the Student Center.
Our professional consultants specialize in the variety of writing styles, including technical and scientific writing, that are necessary for success at Mines and your professional careers.
Campus Events / Meetings
Come out for another exciting lunch and learn provided by IEEE!
oSTEM will be hosting an upcoming masquerade on Thursday March 23rd in ballroom D and E at 6pm, masks will be provided, come to dance and have fun!
Graduate Students, don't wait until the last minute to format your thesis! Walk-in thesis formatting help hours are being offered in the Writing Center
Join TriBeta Biology Honor Society on Tuesday, March 21st at 6 pm in MZ 222! We will be having a guest speaker from Avidity (a local molecular biotechology company)
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Krogstad will present, "Extreme Environments and Dynamic Morphology: Anticipating and harnessing evolving structure-property relationships" this Thursday. Beverages, fruit and cookies provided!
Dr. Randy LeVeque presents "Generating Random Earthquakes for Probabilistic Hazard Assessment." Please join us for refreshments at 2:45pm.
Friday, March 24th: "Multifunctional Hybrid Silica-Based Nanoparticles for Cancer Treatment"
FE Exam Reviews Continue
"Earth Informatics and Geophysical Inversion: More ways to learn from our data" -Professor Anya M. Reading, School of Physical Sciences (Earth Sciences), University of Tasmania
The HSE Micro Talk series provides the opportunity to gain insight into the non-academic world, network, and maybe even make a connection that could land you a job!
LAIS is offering a wide range of classes for Summer I and II. This is a great opportunity to complete your core and elective requirements. Please click on the title above to see a detailed schedule.
Michael Kolodrubetz, Univ. of California @ Berkeley, “Dynamics and Topology of Driven Quantum Systems”
Special Activities
Friday, April 28 12:00PM-1:30PM, Freidoff Hall. Hosted by Tau Beta Pi, Blue Key, and Order of Omega. RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/fD6xFM5Qg5I1AN6u2
The president of the lgbt bar association will be coming to the gender studies class on Wednesday the 22nd
If you've ever wanted to learn to rappel or if you just like rappelling, come rappel at the climbing wall at 6:00pm March 21st! All gear provided, no experience necessary. Plus, it's Hawaiian night!
MAC is selling tickets for Nuggets, Rapids, Mammoth, and Avalanche games this Monday through Thrursday from 10 AM to 2 PM in the Student Center Atrium. Details below.
Going skiing, camping, or backpacking for spring break? Come rent your gear at the ORC! Click for more info on pricing and closures for the break.
Athletics
Enjoy food and drink samples from over 25 different vendors! Purchase your tickets today and support our local community and the Golden Chamber of Commerce (Athletics Partner)!
Digest Date Friday, March 17, 2017
Closures and Outages
13th Street closure will be extended thru Thursday 3/23/17
Campus Announcements
Happy St. Paddy's Day from Book & Brew, the library's own student-run coffee shop. Enjoy .30 off of the Blarney Latte, a latte kissed with Irish Cream, today until 3 PM!
Available every Monday and Wednesday in the Spring that school is in session, 9:30am-10:30am- SRC Wellness Office – Upstairs 2nd floor
Experienced tutors, candy, and solutions will be provided!
Registration will close on March 24th, 2017. Registration is FREE! Note: If you submitted an abstract to GRADS, you do not need to register.
Campus Events / Meetings
Floss Like A Boss
Shane Newman is a PE working in the Denver HVAC industry. He will be presenting on his experience with CFD for modeling airflow in buildings. Wednesday March, 22nd 5:30pm in BBW475 - FREE PIZZA!
Join us on Monday 3/20 for a workshop on depression. Maple Hall Community Room, 4:00 - 4:45 PM.
Writing an abstract for a thesis or article can be daunting. Years of research are compiled into one 150-350 word paragraph. How do you know what to include and what to leave out?
8th Annual DIGGERNET JOB FAIR - Starts Friday, 3/17 thru Wed, 3/22 - Don't Delay, Apply Today!
FREE FOOD!!! CASA Lunch and Learn March 21, 12:30-1:00pm. CASA Study Hall Topic: Importance of Mentors
Attacking a straw-man argument can be bad for your spiritual health: A response to the Islamic view of the Christian trinity. Join us March 20, 7:00 pm in GC 295--free food!
We will focus on practicing street photography and night photography. Landmarks we will stop by include Denver Art Museum, Civic Center Park, Skyline Park. The weather will be nice so come join us!
The Graduate Student Government (GSG) will be meeting on Monday, March 20 at 5 PM in Hill Hall 300.
by Dr. Carrie Roy
Come out for another exciting lunch and learn, where Sean and Nathan will talk about the interesting world of patents!
The Teacher Education Alliance, Mines-UNC Partnership (TEAM-UP) will have an information session on Wednesday, March 22nd, from 6:30-8:30 pm in MZ108 about how you can become a licensed 7-12 teacher.
Bollywood Dance Night will be an event filled with fun, food and the best stress-reliever: dance! People are invited to come enjoy & learn Bollywood dance moves with light snacks and drinks provided!
Take 50% off the lowest price one day only Monday March 20th on all sale merchandise.
Join us this Friday, March 17 at 7pm in Brown BW250 for an insightful and historical Malaysian movie: Hikayat Merong Mahawangsa plus some awesome malaysian food!
When: March 18th from 8am - 4pm Where: Colorado School of Mines Campus What: There will be opportunities to learn and develop professionalism.
Academic Lectures / Courses
"Remote sensing for mine environmental monitoring" by Dr. Sebnem Duzgun
Special Activities
Come to the Ryan Sayers Memorial Pi Mile on Saturday, April 8! Proceeds will go to the Ryan Sayers Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Support Alpha Phi Omega and spread some holiday cheer by buying one of our St. Patrick’s Day popcorn balls, $1 each. We will be selling them on campus from 10-2 today in front of the Student Center.
Join MCCM for Mass on Campus this Sunday at 5pm in the Student Center Ball Rooms
MAC Movie: Dr. Strange, TONIGHT at 7 PM in Bunker Auditorium!
Mines Without Borders would like to cordially welcome you to our upcoming Spring Gala!
Come climb with us in Moab, UT and then backpack in Escalante, UT!
Come join Mines Catholic for some fun, games, and confessions on Kafadar, Friday, 3/17 from 2:30-4:30pm
Digest Date Thursday, March 16, 2017
Campus Announcements
2017 Renewable Energy Fellowship Awards Announcement
2017 REMRSEC Summer Faculty Awards Announcement
Enter Sodexo's sweepstakes to WIN $2,500 to pay forward in your name to a charity of choice AND get the chance to WIN $250 for yourself. Click through for link and simply enter your name & email.
Mines students will be helping the Golden community on April 8th and want to help faculty in the area! Please follow this link below if you are interested in having students help around your home!
Essay topic: “What organizations and companies has your school partnered with across campus to have a positive impact on the community or your college experience?” Click for more info.
Campus Events / Meetings
Writing an abstract for a thesis or article can be daunting. Years of research are compiled into one 150-350 word paragraph. How do you know what to include and what to leave out?
Join us for an insightful and historical Malaysian movie: Hikayat Merong Mahawangsa plus some awesome malaysian food!
Are you ready to relax and kick off your spring break? Drop in at the Wellness Center on 3/23 from 2-4 for some creative ways to Stress Less.
We have some very exciting news to share regarding corporate sponsors, proposed new services, and upcoming events.
Academic Lectures / Courses
3/17, 3:15p, EH 211: Nick Kuminoff from Arizona State University is featured in the Division of Economics & Business research seminar series. Food/drinks served. Free and open to public.
James Anaya, Dean of University of Colorado Law School and former UN Special Rapporteur, will speak about his work to improve human rights conditions of indigenous peoples worldwide.
Presentation by Dr. Kadri Dagdelen
Please join us today at 4pm in Hill Hall 202 for Dr. Homa's seminar, "Additive manufacturing of high-performance ceramics". Beverages, cookies and fruit provided!
Dr. Michael Abrams will present “Examination of Programmed Pyrolysis & Thermal Extraction to Evaluate Liquid Rich Unconventional Oil in Place/In-situ Fluid Chemistry”, Thurs, Mar 16 in BE 241 at 4 pm
Special Activities
Join representatives from the HASS Faculty, the Graduate Office, and the Title IX Office to watch the TedTalk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: “We Should all be Feminists.”
MAC is looking for amazing organizations/clubs to host a booth and activity at E-days Carnival 2017! Sign up by March 24th on OrgSync to join this fun-filled event!