Hecla Greens Creek Mining Company honors long-time mining leader O’Neill

Recruitment scholarship renamed in honor of Dr. Patrick H. O’Neill.

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Engineering Students win NASA Award

A team of UAF engineering students won the Innovation Award during the 2014 NASA Robotic Mining Competition in May.

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CEM Dean and INE Director Featured in 2013 NOVA Episode

The PBS television show NOVA showcases both CEM Dean Doug Goering and INE Director Dan White in the episode "Making Stuff Colder."

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New Engineering Facility Topping Out Ceremony

Chancellor Brian Rogers cordially invites to the Topping Out Ceremony for the College of Engineering and Mines New Engineering Facility.

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Mendenhall honored May 9

A special room-naming event is scheduled for May 9, 2014 to honor Professor Emeritus William W. Mendenhall.

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CEM sponsors Robotics State Championship

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CEM hosts Engineering Open House 2/22

The College of Engineering and Mines will be hosting its annual open house on Saturday, February 22rd from 11:00am to 3:00pm.

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Simple Cooling System Keeps Permafrost Cool and Roads Level

Watch CEM Dean Doug Goering explain the science behind thermosyphons.

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Mining Engineering Alum Receives SME Award

William Collingwood, a UAF alum who graduated with a MS in Mining Engineering in 2012, has been selected as the recipient of the 2013 Robert Peele Memorial Award from the the Society of Mining Engineers of AIME (SME).

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Kinross $1M gift to support mining engineering graduate students

Kinross Fort Knox Mine renews its support of mining engineering with a $1M pledge to the Engineering Research Endowment.

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Help us honor Bill Mendenhall

A new scholarship fund was recently put in place to honor Professor Emeritus William W. Mendenhall.

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UAF Engineering Students get a boost from Shell

Shell's contribution of $20,000 to the newly created Enhancement Fund will support engineering students.

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Mining Seniors Take Third Place in Mine Design contest

For the first time, the UAF mining senior design project places among top three at SME/PCMIA Mine Design contest.

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Students from disadvantaged backgrounds can benefit from student support program

The Student Support Services program is available to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. If eligible, students can benefit from a variety of services such mentoring, study skills instruction and more.

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Sumitomo Pogo $1M gift to support mining engineering graduate students

Sumitomo Pogo renews its support of mining engineering with a $1M pledge to the Mining Engineering Research Endowment.

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UAF helps to set up engineering school in Mongolia

UAF forms a new partnership with the American University of Mongolia to establish an engineering school.

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Steel Bridge Team shows their Talent at Nationals in the Stiffness and Efficiency Categories

The UAF steel bridge team competed at the 2013 Steel Bridge Nationals and placed among the top three in the stiffness and efficiency categories.

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Arctic journey: Yoshikawa's 43-day spring trek by snow machine

Research faculty will present slideshow on 43-day long trek through Arctic by snowmachine.

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UAF Steel Bridge team captures first place at Regionals

The University of Alaska Fairbanks Steel Bridge Team competed at the 2013 ASCE Pacific Northwest Regional Competition on April 27- 28, 2013 in Corvallis, Oregon and captured first place overall in the Steel Bridge competition.

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CEM Student Places First in IEEE NW Area Student Paper Contest

Electrical Engineering student Russell Carroll was best in show at the IEEE NW Area Student Paper Contest last weekend in Seattle.

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CEM Students: Sign up for Advising!

Course registration for the upcoming semester is soon approaching. Schedule an appointment with student advisor Ryan Smith in order to register for classes.

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New Engineering Facility Open House

This informational meeting will discuss all matters regarding the construction of the new addition between the Duckering and Bunnell buildings.

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Petroleum Engineering Alum featured in USA Today

Abhijeet Kulkarni, Petroleum Engineering alum (2005), was recognized in 2013 New Faces of Engineering program.

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CEM hosts Engineering Open House this Saturday

The College of Engineering and Mines will be hosting its annual open house on Saturday, February 23rd from 11AM to 3PM.

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Close to Completion - 2013 Ice Arch

A team of CEM students are working diligently to put the final finishes on this year’s ice arch. Raising of the ice arch is scheduled for the afternoon of February 20, 2013.

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UAF team heads to final round of Mine Design Competition in Denver

The UAF Mine Design Team successfully completed phase 1 of the international SME/NSSGA Mine Design competition and competes in the second and final phase in Denver at the end of the month.

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Mining undergraduate student is awarded competitive scholarship

Simon Ortega receives SME McIntosh Engineering Scholarship.

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A Showcase of CEM Student Excellence

Here are just a few recent highlights that show the success of CEM students.

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Lecture highlights Alaska’s role in Wi-Fi development

CEM Open Lecture: Alex Hills will discuss his book, "Wi-Fi and the Bad Boys of Radio on Monday, Oct. 29 at 6 p.m. in Schaible Auditorium.

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Petroleum Engineering Professor Dr. Shirish Patil recognized as 2012 SPE Distinguished Member

Shirish Patil, professor of petroleum engineering and director of the Petroleum Development Laboratory, has been selected as the 2012 Distinguished Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers International.

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CAREERS IN ENERGY Recruitment Week & Job Fair: September 17-21, 2012

An event for engineering students of all levels that provides an opportunity to meet potential employers and businesses in the energy industry.

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CEM professor honored with Usibelli Distinguished Teaching Award

Mechanical engineering professor Debendra Das was honored with the 2012 Emil Usibelli Distinguished Teaching Award.

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UAF steelbridge team wins second place at Regionals and heads to Nationals

The UAF steelbridge team won second place overall at this year's Northwest Regional competition in Seattle and first place honors in the aesthetics and stiffness categories.

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UAF team dominates regional cyber competition, heads to national

The UAF CCDC team defeated four competitors and took first place at the 2012 At-Large Regional CCDC competition.

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SAE Zero Emissions team tops Clean Snowmobile Challenge, earns NSF invite to Greenland

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