The Golden School of Mines will hold a community meeting on Wednesday, September 18 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Avery Room at the Student Center, 1200 16th Street, to discuss the Mines Master Plan and provide updates on Mines construction projects.
For more information, see the meeting agenda.
The Colorado School of Mines will host a free screening of the major motion picture, “Dark Waters” on January 28 at 7 p.m. in the Bunker Auditorium on the Colorado School of Mines campus. The public is welcome and tickets are not required.
This free screening is offered in advance of the keynote address and panel hosted on January 29, featuring Rob Bilott, the environmental attorney who inspired the film.
Rob Bilott, the environmental attorney who inspired the movie “Dark Waters” and author of the book “Exposure: Poisoned Water, Corporate Greed, and One Lawyer’s Twenty-Year Battle against DuPont,” will speak at the Colorado School of Mines, Bunker Auditorium on January 29 at 7 p.m. and the public is invited to attend. The event is free, but tickets are required and available online.
A panel discussion and Q&A will follow immediately after with Chris Higgins, professor of civil and environmental engineering; Tracie White, Mines alumna and state remediation program manager; and other state and national PFAS experts. A poster session featuring Mines researchers and industry partners will kick off the evening from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Mines will screen “Dark Waters,” the movie inspired by Bilott, the day before on January 28 at 7 p.m. in Bunker Auditorium. The screening is also free and open to the public.
Join City Councilors Casey Brown and Bill Fisher for a virtual meeting on Thursday, Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss and answer questions about a potential Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Colorado School of Mines and the City of Golden.
Learn more at cityofgolden.net/IGA.
Golden Town and Gown Book Club (TGBC) will discuss When Rivers Run Dry, by Fred Pearce in a Zoom meeting on April. Mr. Pearce is an entertaining, British writer, with an international perspective.
The topic of water supply is thought by some to rival climate change in importance to our country. The discussion leader will be Mines Professor of Hydrology Kamini Singha, who was the 2019 Mines Faculty Senate Distinguished Lecturer on the topic of water supply.
The meeting will begin with City Councilor Jim Dale giving a brief encomium to Bill McKee, one of Colorado’s water experts, who was to lead the discussion of this book. Bill passed away suddenly in February.
You can join the discussion by registering in advance.
Several community organizations have come together to bring a celebration of the spirit and resilience of the Golden community to life. The event will provide a chance for the community to collectively reflect on the experiences of the past year and celebrate those who have supported us through a difficult time.
The event will be held from 12 to 2 p.m. on Kafadar Commons (Mines Quad) on Illinois St., and offers an opportunity to:
- Participate in a community art project to capture collective pandemic experiences
- Reflect on how the pandemic impacted us and commemorate those who supported us
- Musical performances, including local band Alibi
- Visit booths of Mines and community organizations
- Win prizes from Golden businesses
- Enjoy kids activities with Mines students
- Enjoy food and drink from local vendors (including from Bob’s Burgers, Basic Kneads Pizza, Golden Poultry and Meats, the Eddy Hotel, and others)
Take a ride on the new Mines-Golden Downtown automated shuttle.
Featured speakers include:
- Mayor Laura Weinberg
- Councilor Bill Fisher
- School of Mines executive and a student leader
- Kim Mangle, Director of Non-Profit Executive Director Roundtable
- Hannah Frey, Undergraduate Student Government President