Emilie Rusch

18 Mines faculty members awarded promotion, tenure for 2024-2025

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The Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees has awarded promotions and/or tenure to 18 Mines faculty members for the 2024-2025 academic year. 

Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor:

  • Daniel Adams, Physics
  • Dylan Domaille, Chemistry
  • Ben Gilbert, Economics and Business
  • Zhexuan Gong, Physics
  • Ge Jin, Geophysics
  • Eileen Martin, Applied Mathematics and Statistics/Geophysics
  • Matthew Siegfried, Geophysics

 Promotion to Professor: 

  • Geoff Brennecka, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
  • Emmanuel De Moor, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
  • Shubham Vyas, Chemistry
  • Chuan Yue, Computer Science 

Promotion to Teaching Associate Professor:

  • Amanda Jameer, Chemistry
  • Lauren Shumaker, University Honors and Scholars Programs

 Promotion to Teaching Professor: 

  • Melanie Brandt, University Honors and Scholars Programs
  • Shannon Mancus, Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
  • Ashlyn Munson, Applied Mathematics and Statistics
  • Cynthia Norrgran, Chemical and Biological Engineering

Promotion to Research Associate Professor:

  • Jessica Jackson, Chemistry
Emilie Rusch

Emilie Rusch

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