Mines students and staff featured in AISES's magazine

Colorado School of Mines students and staff who attended the American Indian Science and Engineering Society's national conference in September were featured in AISES's national conference wrap-up magazine Winds of Change. In addition to describing Mines' graduate school, the publication included a picture of Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies Jahi Simbai and mechanical engineering student Elise Tran and a quote from environmental engineering student Cheyenne Footracer.

From the publication:

Colorado School of Mines is a public research university devoted to engineering and applied science with a curriculum and research program geared toward responsible stewardship of the earth and its resources. It provides elevated opportunities for Native college students through an impactful scholarship experience designed to support their success.

"This is my second conference. I enjoy attending because there is a sense of unity with tribes from all over the nation, which is often difficult to come by when walking around campus." - Cheyenne Footrace, student at Colorado School of Mines.