Past Programs

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Past Programs

Fall 2014:

September

Jessica Smith

Destabilizing the "Macho" World of Mining:
Gender-Integrated Workforces in Wyoming

Commentary and Response
Priscilla P. Nelson, Head, Mining Engineering, CSM

4:00pm, Thursday, September 18, 2014
Marquez Hall 126
 

October


Carl Mitcham
The True Grand Challenge for Engineering: Self-Knowledge

Commentary and Response
Andoni Ibarra, Cátedra Miguel Sánchez-Mazas, University of the Basque Country, San Sebastian, Spain

Robert-Jan Geerts, Wageningen University, Netherlands

4:00pm, Thursday, October 16, 2014
Marquez Hall 126
November
 
John Heilbrunn
Oil Development in Africa

Commentary and Response
Graham Davis, Economics and Business, CSM

4:00pm, Thursday, November 20, 2014
Marquez Hall 126

Spring 2014:

The Hennebach Program in the Humanities welcomes Howard Goldblatt:
An interview with Howard Goldblatt will be conducted by Prof. Carl Mitcham & NHV faculty

Monday,  April 7th, 2014  at Friedhoff Hall, Green Center 7 - 8.30 PM

The Hennebach Program in the Humanities welcomes Dr. Kathleen Hancock (LAIS) as lecturer:
Thursday,  March 20th, 2014  at the Boettcher Room, Colorado School of Mines Library 4 - 5 PM
Title of the talk: The Russian-Ukrainian Crisis in Context: Gas, Guns, and Democracy

For more information, please follow this link [PDF version] [Text only version]

The Hennebach Program in the Humanities welcomes Dr. Ryan Davison (American Chemical Society/ACS) as guest lecturer:
Wednesday,  March 5th, 2014  at Student Center Ballroom B 4 - 5 PM
Title of the talk: Our Voice in Congress: Experiences in the Political Realm of Scientific Research

Co-sponsors: Chemistry and Geochemistry Department, ACS CSM Student Chapter

For more information, please follow this link [PDF version] [Text only version]

The Hennebach Program in the Humanities welcomes Prof. Cymene Howe as guest lecturer:
Friday,  January 24, 2014  at Student Center Ballroom D 12 - 1 PM
Title of the talk: The Ethics and Ecologics of Wind Energy Development in Oaxaca, Mexico

 

Fall 2013: 

The Hennebach Program in the Humanities and the MIPER Program welcome Dr. Yoichiro Sato as guest lecturer:
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at Marquez Hall 126 4 - 5 PM
Title of the talk: Joint Ventures in Seabed Extractions in the Disputed Water - Cases from East Asia 

 

 The United Nations declares October 11th, as Day of the Girl Child: http://www.un.org/en/events/girlchild/ 

The objective is to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.
For its second observance, this year’s Day will focus on “Innovating for Girls’ Education”

As support to this the Hennebach Program in the Humanities with the WISEM Program on campus have planned a screening and round table discussion of "Girl Rising" 

The Hennebach Program in the Humanities and the MIPER Program welcome back Dr. Christian Burgsmueller as guest lecturer:
Friday, November 8, 2013 at Boettcher Room Arthur Lakes Library 9 - 10  AM
Title of the talk: EU Energy and Climate Policy beyond 2020

 

 


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