An apartment-style residence hall for sophomores and upper-class students, 1750 Jackson has received the highest certification given to sustainable building projects by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Sadie Jonson, a Mines sophomore majoring in geological engineering, has been selected to present at the 2021 Posters on the Hill, a highly selective event that gives college students the chance to share their research with federal legislators.
Meenakshi Singh, assistant professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines, explains why we’re seeing a quantum surge, what this evolving technology will enable us to do in the near future and how Mines is preparing the next generation to lead the world through the next quantum revolution.
Williams will receive $549,999 over five years for his project, “Cognitively-Informed Memory Models for Language-Capable Robots,” which will apply lessons from cognitive psychology in hopes of developing working memory processes in robots.
The Mines Activities Council is working closely with university leadership, Jefferson County and the city of Golden to ensure all in-person E-Days activities adhere to the very latest COVID-19 guidance and restrictions.