Author: Mines Magazine

Q&A with Olivia Cordova ’18

One of Mines’ newest alumnae, Olivia Cordova ’18, received her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering this past May. As a student, Cordova was an active member of the Mines community, serving as a resident assistant for the Nucleus Scholar program—a community that supports and mentors first-generation college students—vice president of outreach for the Society of Women Engineers and more. Earlier this year, Cordova received a Martin Luther King Jr. Recognition Award for efforts in educating the Mines community on the benefits of having a diverse campus and for advocating for first-generation college student needs. Cordova recently sat down with...

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STEAM in Vietnam

The STEAM Interest Group organized a trip to Vietnam in March 2018, learning about the country’s art, culture and different production processes in manufacturing plants. Check out a selection of photos from the trip...

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Summer reads

The Leadership in Social Responsibility Interest Group recently started a new book club as a way to continue learning how engineers are engaging with the social aspects of their work, reviewing examples of successes and failures and what can be learned from both. The book club meets four times a year in person with an option to attend virtually so alumni across the globe can join the discussion. Between meetings, the group recommends adding the following titles to your summer reading list. Citizen Engineer: A Handbook for Socially Responsible Engineering by David Douglas, Greg Papadopoulos and John Boutelle (Prentice...

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Mike Gathers Coaching

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