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PHOTOS: Student researchers share their findings at Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium

Undergrads at Mines have opportunity to engage with faculty mentors in solving some of the world's most pressing challenges
Student shares his research on landslides with a judge

Geophysics student Jude Lowe discusses his research on landslides with Toni Lefton, Executive Director of University Honors and Scholars Programs, at the Fall 2023 Undergraduate Research Symposium. (Photos by Agata Bogucka/Colorado School of Mines)

Praise Olusoji, quantitative biological engineering, shares her research with a student
Praise Olusoji, a Quantitative Biosciences and Engineering major, discusses her research during the event. The fall symposium showcases the work of Mines' Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship scholars, in addition to students who conducted summer research through programs such as NSF REU.
Students researchers in CoorsTek Atrium
The Office of Undergraduate Research Scholars provides Mines students with a wide array of opportunities to conduct cutting-edge research led by Mines faculty mentors throughout the year. This fall's symposium was made possible by the generous support of Mines alum Dr. Joe W. Gray ’68
Student stands in front of his research poster on nanobody therapeutics.
Second-year student Mukund Gurumurthi spent his summer conducting research on nanobody therapeutics with Alexander Pak, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering. Undergraduate research fellowships and opportunities are available to Mines students from all disciplines.
Student talks about research poster to fellow student
Caleb McGrath, an undergraduate research assistant in the Kumar Biomaterials Lab, shares his work related to gene therapies with a fellow student during the symposium. Undergraduate students at Mines have the opportunity to engage in cutting-edge research and innovation aimed at solving significant challenges facing human society.
Provost Rick Holz talks with students at symposium
Mines Provost Rick Holz visits with student researchers during the Fall 2023 Undergraduate Research Symposium. Undergraduate Research is a signature student experience at Mines, one of the key pillars of the university's MINES@150 Strategic Plan.

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Colorado School of Mines is a public R1 research university focused on applied science and engineering, producing the talent, knowledge and innovations to serve industry and benefit society – all to create a more prosperous future.