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Digest Date Friday, January 20, 2017
Dates and Deadlines
A reminder if you plan to use the Employee Tuition Waiver or Dependent Tuition Reduction benefit for Spring Semester 2017
Campus Announcements
Are you interested in materials engineering? Looking to meet fellow material nerds? Welcome to CSMMAC!
Downtown parking in Golden will require a permit on weekdays 7 to 5. 2 free hours in the garages and $2 per hour after that for a max of $8 daily. For more exceptions and rules, click the big letters
Abstract submission for Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium is now open. Submissions will close on February 10th. Visit the GRADS website for more info and to submit!
Come out for a lecture from Justin Lankutis of Kahuna Ventures as provided by IEEE.
A link to the LawRoom course was sent out in multiple emails. Please complete the course by Tuesday, January 31.
The Urban Gaming Club will be running a Week-Long Humans versus Zombies game starting on Monday January 23rd. Click for time, locations and more info.
Campus Events / Meetings
The Be Well Health and Fitness Club for STUDENTS has its kickoff meeting on MONDAY the 23rd at 6:30pm in MZ226! We'll be talking about our upcoming semester, eating some snacks, and having some fun!
Do you play water polo? Have you ever wanted to try it out? Come try out for the Mines club water polo team this Sunday at the pool from 12-2 pm. All skill levels welcome.
Student Discount Tickets for UllrGrass Festival (limited time and quantity)
The Graduate Student Government (GSG) will be holding its first meeting of the semester on Monday, January 23rd at 5pm in the Starzer Welcome Center.
Mines is hosting this year's Colorado/Wyoming Ledership Conference in March, & we're looking for student leaders to help us shape the conference. Come to our info session Monday at 7pm, Maple Kitchen!
SAA will be serving free hot cocoa and other hot beverages in the Marquez Atrium. Take a study break and join us!
If you are interested in learning how to indoor rock climb on ropes, this class is for you! It's FREE, no experience necessary, and all gear is provided.
Mines is developing plans to offer a lot more Honors opportunities for students -- different than McBride. We need your input! Free lunch & discussion, 1/25, 12pm, MZ 122
Do you want to go to church? Do you like pancakes? If you said yes to either, join us at 8:30am on Sunday in BBW210 for pancakes and a ride to church. 9:15am if you just want the ride. See you there!
Room Correction: Student Panel: Friday, January 20th, 12-1 pm, Berthoud Hall, Room 205. Meet current McBride students and ask them about their experience in the McBride Honors Program.
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Jason Quinn will present "Integration of Experimental Systems with Engineering Process Modeling for Sustainability Assessment". Please join us for refreshments at 12 pm, Coolbaugh 219
Marcellus Shale PSDM Case Study -Improved Structural Imaging and Rock Properties by Dr. Morgan Brown, NEOS Seismic Imaging
Special Activities
Join MCCM for Mass on Campus this Sunday at 5pm in the Student Center Ball Rooms
Bring your budding scientists to be inspired by women in science on Saturday, March 4 from 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Check out the CSM Clubhouse staffed by Mines SWE students.
Mines Ballroom Dance Club is Hosting a Disney themed Waltz Ball this Saturday at 6pm! Beginner lessons and dance for only $3.
Come learn how to ice climb with the ORC Saturday January 21st!
Come join Mines Catholic for some fun, games, and confessions in MZ 226 NOT Kafadar , Friday, 1/20, 2:30-4:30pm
Athletics
Come out to show your support and cheer on your Orediggers for Senior Night! Free Blaster car magnet to the first 100 fans!
Check out two exciting days of men's and women's indoor track events and field events! Action starts at 4:00PM Today and 10:00AM on Saturday!
Digest Date Thursday, January 19, 2017
Campus Announcements
A new Cognos report which provides faculty and staff with their Fund balances will soon be accessible via Trailhead and Cognos.
Sigma Kappa sorority will be hosting a bone marrow drive to honor a fallen sister. The drive will be on Jan. 24-25, from 10am to 5pm. Only two cheek swabs are needed to be added to the registry!
Review/offer guidance/ and recommend candidates for the Goldwater Scholarship
IIE ispleased to announce that the competition for the Freeman-ASIA Awards for Undergraduate Study Abroad in East and SE Asia for summer 2017 is now open.
STAFF UPDATE IN THE OFFICE OF GRADUATE STUDIES
This is a reminder to schedule your exams for accommodated students utilizing the Testing Center.
Watch for Mines Magazine’s winter 2017 issue in your departments or mailboxes soon. In the meantime, read our stories online at minesmagazine.com.
Campus Events / Meetings
Join us Friday, January 20th from 7pm to 9pm in BBW280 for a time of worship, fun, and a talk led by Mitch Lynn. Stay after for food and follow up discussion!
Creative Arts Club will be meeting this Thursday, January 19th from 6-8 p.m. in the Epics Workshop! Come draw, paint, wood burn or procrastinate homework with us!
Are you passionate about exploring the world around you? So are we! Learn more about the McBride Honors Program at Upcoming Events
Do you want to go to church? Do you like pancakes? If you said yes to either, join us at 8:30am on Sunday in BBW210 for pancakes and a ride to church. 9:15am if you just want the ride. See you there!
Stop by to learn more about the GCSP, a curricular/extra-curricular program focused on the Grand Challenges of Engineering! Speak to current students in the program and eat FREE PIZZA!
Academic Lectures / Courses
C-MAPP Tech Talk by Jeremy Hudson, Head of DevOps at OppenheimerFunds. Details: January 24th, 5:30pm Brown W210 (Pizza!)
Exploring the Interior and Climate History of Mars with MRO’s Shallow Radar Sounder by Dr. Nathaniel Putzig from Planetary Science Institute (PSI)
Dr. Pinkas will present, "Removing the veil from the precipitates identity in 250C maraging steel" this Thursday in HH202 at 4pm. Beverages, cookies, and fruit provided!
Dr. Richard Goldfarb will present “Gold Deposits in Metamorphic Rocks: Why Are We Getting More Confused?” on Thursday, January 19th in Berthoud Hall 241 at 4:00 pm.
Special Activities
Join the Christian ministries on campus for a night of worship, teaching, and fellowship on Friday 1/20.
Join MWB this Thursday (1/19) in Berthoud Hall 241 at 5:00PM for our Spring Kick-Off Event. We will go over last semester's accomplishments and how interested students can get involved.
Athletics
Come support Colorado School of Mines Club Sports!!
Women's Club Volleyball will be holding tryouts this week!!
High School or prior playing experience is preferred but not required.
College and high school duals at Volk Gymnasium tonight at 7:00pm.
Digest Date Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Campus Announcements
Check out President Johnson’s blog Under the M to get more details on campus and administration news.
Start working at $10.25/hr! No work study funds needed! Flexible scheduling with no annoying Friday/Saturday shifts!
Once again CASA will be hosting CSI Workshops for Physics, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, Chemistry 2 and Biology 1.
Abstract submission for Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium is now open. Submissions will close on February 10th. Visit the GRADS website for more info and to submit!
Come out for a lecture from Justin Lankutis of Kahuna Ventures as provided by IEEE.
The mileage reimbursement rate has changed effective 1/1/17. Please make a note of it.
"Hike for Help" will lead another service trip to Nepal in May with opportunity to earn 3 credits. Come to SH 102 TONIGHT (1/18) 5-6pm for info, and amazing pix and stories from the Himalayas.
Are you aware of misconduct on campus? Has something happened that you don’t feel right about?
Come visit our professional tutors for help at any stage of the writing or presentation process! Appointments in Alderson 133; walk-in hours in CASA; peer tutoring in Library. See website for details
The Urban Gaming Club will be running a Week-Long Humans versus Zombies game starting on Monday January 23rd. Click for time, locations and more info.
Campus Events / Meetings
Come eat pancakes on the second Friday of the semester with AIChE, all are welcome to come. Dues will be collected for those interested in joining for the semester.
Join us for some great shows in Alderson 151 Wednesday evening!
The ATAE Club focuses on opportunities where you can learn about individuals and help with hands on projects for people who have various disabilities.
Discounted Student UllrGrass Tickets Available in Student Activities (limited availability)
The Arthur Lakes Library invites all faculty, staff, students, and community members to a series of eight brown bag lunch conversations centered around MIT’s Future of Libraries Taskforce Report
Come to the Blaster Design Factory any time from 4-6pm and meet the Mines entrepreneur community.
Wednesday, January 18th: "Dark Matter Without the Mines" presented by Dr. Karl van Bibber
MZ 222, 7pm, every Thursday. Join us for worship, prayer, and small group bible studies! Now is the perfect time to join in, meet new people, and learn about God.
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Pinkas will present, "Removing the veil from the precipitates identity in 250C maraging steel" this Thursday in HH202 at 4pm. Beverages, cookies, and fruit provided!
Friday, January 20th, 2017. "Developing New Nanoporous Materials for Practical Applications Using Computational Modeling - How Close is the Dream to Reality?"
Symbiotic Modeling and High-Performance Simulation
Learn about the $7.5 million University Transportation Center for Underground Transportation Infrastructure (UTC-UTI) at Colorado School of Mines that was recently funded by US DOT.
Special Activities
Going skiing this weekend and need a ride? Come to the ORC to get a ride to and from Copper on Sunday January 22nd.
The Leadership Summit is a yearly event on the CSM Campus. Featuring top leaders this symposium will address the theme "Leading out of Your Element".
MAC FAC: Art on the Brix! Friday, January 20th at 7 PM in Ballroom AB in the Student Center. Click for more information and to sign up!
MAC Ticket Sales this Tuesday through Friday from 10 AM to 2 PM! Tickets available for the Grizzly Rose, the Rodeo, Colorado Avalanche, Two Degrees, and Masterworks Ballet. More details below!
W-2's are now available to print in Trailhead and pick up from the Payroll Office.
Athletics
Check out two exciting days of men's and women's indoor track events and field events! Action starts at 4:00PM on Friday and 10:00AM on Saturday!
Digest Date Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Closures and Outages
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Book & Brew coffee shop is closed Monday, January 16.
Dates and Deadlines
It's time to nominate your best undergraduate student employee to be the 2017 Student Employee of the Year!
Due to the Arthur Lakes Library being closed on Monday, January 16, 2017 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day there will be no tutoring. Tutoring will begin in the library at 11am on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Campus Announcements
Start working at $10.25/hr! No work study funds needed! Flexible scheduling with no annoying Friday/Saturday shifts!
Check out the dining hours.
The Outside Scholarship Announcements list on Trailhead has been updated with new scholarships. Log on to Trailhead, click on Student, then Scholarship Announcements under the Financial Aid heading.
Come out for a lecture from Justin Lankutis of Kahuna Ventures as provided by IEEE.
The Urban Gaming Club will be running a Week-Long Humans versus Zombies game starting on Monday January 23rd. Click for time, locations and more info.
Campus Events / Meetings
From 11-1 on Tuesday, the ARK Society will be manning a station for you to inflate and draw on a balloon!
Listen to the beginning of Invisibilia Podcast "Flip the Script" and share your thoughts in a discussion afterwards. Wed (1/18) at 4pm in AH 230. Snacks will be provided.
The McBride Honors Program will host formal information sessions from 6-7 pm on the 17th (MZ322) and 19th (MZ335).Learn about the program and the application process while enjoying free pizza!
Help us celebrate the opening of the newest student design space -- The "Blaster Design Factory." This event will include a ribbon cutting, food and words from our President.
During Mines E & I Week the Mines MakerSpaces will be holding workshops across campus to help students bolster their building skills. Workshops are first-come, first-serve.
Join us today, 5pm in Mz 122 for dinner and our first meeting. If you're interested in sustainability, industry speakers, and a design/build project join us!
Interested in building a racecar? How about networking with industry professionals? Join us for our first meeting of the semester tonight in BBW250 at 5:30pm.
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Pinkas will present, "Removing the veil from the precipitates identity in 250C maraging steel" this Thursday in HH202 at 4pm. Beverages, cookies, and fruit provided!
Friday, January 20th: "Single Atoms and Support Effects for Controlling Catalysis by Supported Noble Metals"
Dr. Ben Kroposki, Director of the Power Systems Engineering Center at NREL will give his talk "Integrating High Levels of Variable Renewable Energy in Electric Power Systems".
Exploring the Interior and Climate History of Mars with MRO’s Shallow Radar Sounder by Dr. Nathaniel Putzig from Planetary Science Institute (PSI)
"Autonomous Haulage Systems" by Ben Miller
Jason Clark, Argonne Nat. Lab, "Ion Traps For Astrophysics: Where No Trap Has Gone Before"
Special Activities
Looking for a way to meet new people and learn more about campus events? Join the Oredigger staff!
Athletics
Hoops at Lockridge on Tuesday | Double Duals (college & high school) at Volk on Wednesday | Track & Field Twilight at Steinhauer on Friday & Saturday | Wrestling Senior Night at Volk on Saturday
Come to the Club tennis meeting for current members or those interested in joining! Tuesday January 17th 7:30pm Brown 210W
JOIN WOMEN'S LACROSSE! No prior experience needed!
Cheer on your Orediggers for Faculty & Staff Appreciation Night! Free Mines Athletics Lanyard to the First 100 Fans!
Support your Orediggers for Faculty & Staff Appreciation Night! Free Mines Athletics Lanyards to the First 100 Fans!
College and high school duals at Volk Gymnasium Thursday at 7:00pm.
Digest Date Friday, January 13, 2017
Closures and Outages
User Home drives in the Windows domain will be unavailable for a few hours starting late Friday. Plan ahead! (Click the link above for more details.)
The SRC will be open 9am-10pm on Monday, January 16
Campus Announcements
Abstract submission for Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium is now open. Submissions will close on February 10th. Visit the GRADS website for more info and to submit!
Mines Project Portfolio Management is offering 3 project-management courses for staff. Learn about project processes and procedures, and how to sponsor, manage, or participate in a well-run project.
The survey was sent to All Undergraduate and Graduate Students over the age of 18.
Campus Events / Meetings
Supported by the Daniels Fund, the Ethics Across Campus (EAC) Program will be hosting Professor Michael Davis’ visit to CSM next week.
This fun and free team-based Innovation Competition is open to all current Mines students. Teams compete for $36,000 in awards. Food, and prototyping materials are provided. Register by January 19th.
This workshop covers how to submit your project to the Gold Mine, the platform guidelines, success tips and a Q&A session. Open to all students, faculty and staff! Click to RSVP and learn more.
Listen to the beginning of Invisibilia Podcast "Flip the Script" and share your thoughts in a discussion afterwards. Wed (1/18) at 4pm in AH 230. Snacks will be provided.
Amir Rezaei-Bazkiaei, PhD, from MKK Innovation Lab will be presenting on how performance modeling can be used as a tool to bridge the Big Data gap. Amir is a high performance design specialist.
Please, stop by MZ 108 for NSBE'S first meeting of the semester. All are welcome! Come and meet NSBE E-Board, talk to Res. Life about becoming an RA, and more. Free lunch will be served.
Visit the McBride Honors Program table at the entrance of Mines Market during lunch on 1/12, 1/13, and 1/17 from 11:30-1pm. Learn more about earning your Honors Minor in Public Affairs.
EPICS is hosting four workshops during Mines Innovation Week to help students build their skills. Workshops include PVC, Woodworking, Foam assembly and Plastic Work.
We have a general meeting tomorrow Friday January 13th in Marquez 108 at 12. We are having PIZZA for lunch! See you there!
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Kaushik Bhattacharya, Vice Provost, Howell N. Tyson Sr. Professor of Mechanics & Materials Science, California Institute of Technology: "Can You Print Your Toughness?"
Learn about the $7.5 million University Transportation Center for Underground Transportation Infrastructure (UTC-UTI) at Colorado School of Mines that was recently funded by US DOT.
Special Activities
Join MCCM for Mass on Campus this Sunday at 5pm in the Student Center Ball Rooms
Come join the Denver Walk for Life THIS Saturday, January 14th, at 1pm. Come and join us for this amazing event and take a stand for life.
The GCSP is a combined curricular and extra-curricular program with five components that are designed to prepare students to be the generation that solves the Engineering Grand Challenges.
MAC FAC: Art on the Brix! Friday, January 20th at 7 PM in Ballroom AB in the Student Center. Click for more information and to sign up!
Come watch Seth Rogan in the animated movie "Sausage Party". As an added bonus, the Fraternity with the highest attendance will win supplies for a hot dog bbq of their own, courtesy of MAC
MAC Ticket Sales this Tuesday through Friday from 10 AM to 2 PM! Tickets available for the Grizzly Rose, the Rodeo, Colorado Avalanche, Two Degrees, and Masterworks Ballet. More details below!
Come join Mines Catholic for some fun, games, and confessions in Marquex 226, Friday, 1/13, 2:30-4:30pm
Athletics
Come to the Cycling orientation meeting on WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18th at 6:00pm in the Student Center Ballroom D
Cheer on your Oredigger Men as they take on Colorado Mesa at 7PM on Friday and Western State at 7PM on Saturday!
Cheer on your Oredigger Women as they take on Colorado Mesa at 5PM on Friday and Western State at 5PM on Saturday!
Digest Date Thursday, January 12, 2017
Closures and Outages
The area between Ben H. Parker Student Center Loading Dock and Randall Hall on the south side will be closed January 11, 2017 through Friday, January 20, 2017.
Campus Announcements
Special Dining Hours for January 13 - January 16
For the second year in a row, the CSM orchestra will perform a concert of music written by CSM students! Submit your piece today to have it performed in March!
Come out and learn about IEEE and give feedback as to how this organization can be improved.
The Arthur Lakes Library invites all faculty, staff, students, and community members to a series of eight brown bag lunch conversations.
Executive Assistant Changes in RTT, OSE, and A&O
Campus Events / Meetings
Supported by the Daniels Fund, the Ethics Across Campus (EAC) Program will be hosting Professor Michael Davis’ visit to CSM next week.
As part of Innovation Week, the Blaster Design Factory hosts a Grand Opening in Brown Hall
Catholic Mass will be held at 5pm in Ballroom A in the Student Center. Mass will be held every Sunday throughout the semester. All are welcome.
TODAY!-Thursday January 12th from 2:00pm-4:00pm in the Student Recreation Center Lobby
At the Information Session you will learn more about the Resident and Community Assistant position and selection process. Residence Life staff will also be available to answer your questions.
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
Tuesday, January 17, at Noon MST: Presented by Dr. Robert Fox from Idaho National Laboratory (INL)
Geophysical Inversion: Which Model Do You Want? by Professor Steven Constable from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA
LAIS 226 now has equipment for more students! Students will learn to read music, develop fundamental applied keyboard skills, and study basic concepts in music theory, history, and aural skills.
Special Activities
Registration extended to JAN 15th for the Society of Petroleum Engineers Student Symposium in Downtown Denver
Purchase a $1 ticket from MAC and receive a ride to and from the Grizzly Rose, which includes the cover charge to get in.
Athletics
Come support the Club Sports Teams at Colordao School of Mines this weekend
JOIN WOMEN'S LACROSSE! No prior experience needed!
It's not too late to get involved and show your school spirit! Register today to receive FREE Apparel, Giveaways, Promotions & More!
Digest Date Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Dates and Deadlines
Graduate PT fee waivers are due Jan 25th, (Census Day)
Campus Announcements
Recieve .25 off of any coffee drink when you provide your own coffee mug this semester. Welcome back everyone!
CASA Tutoring will begin on Monday, January 16, 2017 at 5pm in both the Arthur Lake Library and CASA Study Hall.
Get the convenience of campus dining and save money by purchasing a meal plan this semester. You could also win some great prizes!
Seeking to hire a team of 3 Interns to work together to develop and deliver curriculum for two academic summer programs (middle and high school). Apply through DiggerNet Job #57043.
Mines Copy Center offers a multitude of services to the greater campus for both personal and academic needs and is located conveniently in Guggenheim Hall
Campus Events / Meetings
The Integrated GroundWater Modeling Center will be hosting this conference on groundwater modeling on May 21-24, 2017 in the Green Center at CSM.
Join us for some great shows in Alderson 151 Wednesday evening!
Come on out for some free food and fun events! Click the link for the full schedule.
Visit the McBride Honors Program table at the entrance of Mines Market during lunch on 1/12, 1/13, and 1/17 from 11:30-1pm. Learn more about earning your Honors Minor in Public Affairs.
Join us Jan 17th, 5pm in Mz 122 for dinner and our first meeting. If you're interested in sustainability, industry speakers, and a design/build project join us!
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
Friday, January 13th, 2017. "Affinity Membranes for Specific Protein Capture" at 10am, CTLM 102
Athletics
Cheer on your Oredigger Men as they take on Colorado Mesa at 7PM on Friday and Western State at 7PM on Saturday!
Show off your nugget eating talents at halftime of Men's Basketball vs Colorado Mesa (game time is 7PM). All entries must be received by noon on Thursday, January 12.
Cheer on your Oredigger Women as they take on Colorado Mesa at 5PM on Friday and Western State at 5PM on Saturday!
Digest Date Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Dates and Deadlines
Spring Tuition and Fees are due January 26th! This is a friendly reminder that eRefund request are now accepted electronically only!
Campus Announcements
Enforcement of the City of Golden Parking Changes Begin January 17th
The Dental Clinic is scheduling appointments for Spring Semester and now accepting credit cards as a payment option! Check out the website for more information. Call to set up your appointment today!
Curious about the wild and crazy world of auditing?
Come out and learn about IEEE and give feedback as to how this organization can be improved.
Here is how you can do that!
Campus Events / Meetings
Come on out for some free food and fun events! Click the link for the full schedule.
This workshop covers how to submit your project to the Gold Mine, the platform guidelines, success tips and a Q&A session. Open to all students, faculty and staff! Click to RSVP and learn more.
Topic: "I Have a Dream" speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Join us to celebrate and reflect on Dr. King's life and many contributions by viewing this iconic speech made on August 28, 1963.
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Roger Ghanem will present "Uncertainty Quantification at the Interface of Computing and Everything Else" Please join us for refreshments at 2:45 pm.
Friday, January 13th: "Elucidating Synthesis and Reaction Mechanisms for Catalyst Design on a Molecular Scale"
Geophysical Inversion: Which Model Do You Want? by Professor Steven Constable from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA
Jake Coibion, Project Manager with the Guy F. Atkinson Construction Company, presents a case history of shifting risk profiles in tunnel construction projects.
Special Activities
There is still time to register for the 2017 Leadership Summit “Leading Out of Your Element”. This year’s Leadership Summit will be held on January 28th from 12-4pm.
Join us for info sessions about the Peer Mentor Program! January 18th and 19th, 2017 5pm. Ballroom E.
Study in morocco - summer and fall opportunities.
Athletics
It's not too late to get involved and show your school spirit! Register today to receive FREE Apparel, Giveaways, Promotions & More!
Digest Date Monday, January 9, 2017
Campus Announcements
Dr. Gavin Hayes, Research Geophysicist, NEIC. Friends of the CSM Geology Museum lecture series 1/12/17, Ballroom E; Socializing at 6:30 PM and lecture at 7:00. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Mines is switching from Blackboard to Canvas between January and June, 2017. Know where to go to access your course materials!
If you plan to use Canvas for Spring, 2017 and need extra help, go to helpdesk.mines.edu and fill out a ticket. The Trefny Center will get back with you to help you with whatever you need.
Textbook Price Matching and 25% Off All Fleece and Cold Weather Accessories
Learn About Your Retirement Plan Choices! January Meetings and Individual Counseling Sessions
Campus Events / Meetings
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
"Urban Emergency Medical Response vs. Mining Emergency Medical Response" by Chris A. Enright
Learn about natural resources and environmental policy in the American West, with an emphasis on collaborative problem solving and water resources. LAIS 498B/598B, MWF, 3:00-3:50 pm.
Faculty Research Opportunities
The Proof of Concept RFP is open now and will be due March 1st. Infrastructure grants will open on February 1st and be due April 1st.
Athletics
Home Hoops This Weekend! Friday, Jan. 13 vs Colorado Mesa (women at 5pm, men at 7pm) and Saturday, Jan. 14 vs Western State (women at 5pm, men at 7pm).
Show off your nugget eating talents at halftime of Men's Basketball vs Colorado Mesa (game time is 7PM). All entries must be received by noon on Thursday, January 12.
Digest Date Friday, January 6, 2017
Closures and Outages
The SRC will close at 6pm on Monday, January 9
Dates and Deadlines
Please note the first week of class schedule for the Spring 2017 term beginning on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 and then to execute a modified first week.
Campus Announcements
Summer program in France focusing on eco- and smart cities, city planning and sustainable development July 3-21
Campus Events / Meetings
TOPIC: "I Have a Dream" speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Join us to celebrate and reflect on Dr. King's life and many contributions by viewing this iconic speech made on August 28, 1963.
Academic Lectures / Courses
LAIS 100 is required for all students, and failure to take the class during your freshman year will likely delay time to graduation. Please follow the link to a list of sections with open seats.
Athletics
It's not too late to get involved and show your school spirit! Register today to receive FREE Apparel, Giveaways, Promotions & More!