Announcements

Aug
05
2014

Professor Carreon one of 83 engineers selected as part of U.S. Frontiers of Engineering symposium

Moises Carreon is among 83 of the nation's brightest young engineers selected to take part in the National Academy of Engineering's 20th annual U.S. Frontiers of Engineering symposium in September. The participants (from industry, academia, and government) were nominated by fellow engineers or organizations and chosen from almost 300 applicants. The symposium will cover cutting-edge developments in four areas: next-generation robotics, frontiers in materials for batteries, shale gas and oil, and technologies for the heart. Announcement
Jul
17
2014

Mines professor receives 2014 AIChE Institute Award for Excellence in Industrial Gas Technology

Chemical and biochemical engineering professor Douglas Way received the 2014 AIChE Institute Award for Excellence in Industrial Gas Technology. Announcement
Jul
16
2014

Chemistry, geochemisty professors named 2014 American Chemical Society fellows

Mines chemistry and geochemistry professors Kent Voorhees and Ryan Richards were named in this year's class of 2014 American Chemistry Society fellows. Announcement
Jul
07
2014

Mechanical engineering student receives Adell & Hancock Fund Scholarship

Third year mechanical engineering student Michelle Preston has been awarded the Adell & Hancock Fund Scholarship by the Institute for International Education. The grant will allow Preston to further her knowledge through international studies at the University of Adelaide. She will examine how the social and cultural context of Australia affects research and engineering projects of importance both locally and globally. Announcement
Jul
07
2014

Mines grad student accepts International Precious Metals Institute Student Award

Graduate student Madhura Joglekar received the International Precious Metals Institute Student Award. She studies platinum group metals supported onto uniformed and monodispersed mesporous carbon nanoparticles acting as electrocatalysts for methane fuel. Announcement
Jul
07
2014

Stockwell receives Society of Exploration Geophysicists Presidential Award

John Stockwell has been granted the Society of Exploration Geophysicists Presidential Award. He is being recognized for outstanding service to the society and for his work on the SEG Wiki and longstanding contributions to the open source seismic processing system SeismicU*nix. Announcement
Jul
07
2014

Mines grad receives Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellowship

Mines graduate Andrew Cook, who was the Outstanding Graduating Senior and the recipient of the Ryan Sayers Memorial Award in the AMS Department last May, was awarded a Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellowship. He will receive a $30,000 stipend to complete a special intensive master’s program at Purdue University that will prepare him to teach math and/or science in Indiana’s urban and rural public schools. Announcement
Jul
07
2014

Mitcham opened Engineering Philosophy at the International Conference on Engineering Science and Technology

Carl Mitcham, of the Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies, served on the Academic Committee of the China Engineering Management Forum and gave the opening presentation on Engineering Philosophy at the International Conference on Engineering Science and Technology, celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, June 2-4, 2014. The conference included a special address by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People.  Announcement
Jul
07
2014

Paraham chosen as AMX Innovation Awards Finalist

Corey Parham, classroom technology engineer, was selected as a 2014 AMX Innovation Awards Finalist for the design of the Alderson Hall 291 BIOLAB. Announcement
Jul
01
2014

Coffey receives Fulbright Specialist grant

Mark Coffey, Research Professor, Physics has been awarded a Fulbright Specialist grant for work with Cardiff University in Wales, U.K. Coffey will give a number of lectures at Cardiff and will continue work on projects and applications on which they have collaborated for several years. He joins a number of other faculty who have been awarded the distinction of "the Specialist best suited to the project." Announcement

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