Department Connections

Student and Faculty Connections

Tea Time

Join us for our weekly AMS Tea Time, every Monday at 3pm in CH156.
This is a great opportunity to meet fellow AMS undergraduate and graduate students, chat with professors and advisors, and enjoy a break in the day!

Colloquium

Guest speakers from around the world discuss trends and research in the field of Applied Mathematics and Statistics.

Click here for the weekly schedule: ams.mines.edu/colloquia

Kernel Klub

The Kernel Klub exemplifies the AMS department’s commitment to interdisciplinary research and education at the interface of computational/applied mathematics, statistics, data science, and machine learning.

Click here for the weekly schedule: ams.mines.edu/kernel-klub

Student Clubs

Math Club

The Math Club of Colorado School of Mines is actually a consolidation of two chapters of national mathematics organizations: Kappa Mu Epsilon (KME) and the Society of Industrial & Applied Mathematics (SIAM). The Math Club helps build the undergraduate and graduate math community by hosting guest speakers from industry and academia, and fun events such as the annual Pi Mile Run and the Math Club-Physics Club challenge.

Society of Women in Math (SWiM)

The Society for Women in Mathematics (SWiM) is an organization focused on creating a community for women in mathematics at the Colorado School of Mines. The organization holds monthly meetings where members share food and conversation, listen to a faculty member or alumna tell her mathematical story, and hold a discussion over the presentation or other relevant topics.
If you want more information, join us on Mines Engage for regular communication about events.

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Mines Mathematics and Computing Collaborative (MMCC)

MMCC is a student-led outreach organization that aims to close the STEM exposure gap by offering inspiring, hands-on mathematics and computing workshops for high schoolers in the Denver area. MMCC’s membership consists of both undergraduate and graduate students from AMS, Computer Science, and Chemical and Biological Engineering (though all are welcome). The organization is run entirely by students, who both construct the workshops and perform the tasks that enable workshop success.