COSA Guest Lecturers on Wildlife

The Colorado School of Mines is looking for 5-10 individuals from government agencies, non-profits, and private industry to talk with classes (20-30 minutes plus Q & A) and share their experiences related to wildlife and human habitat integration. We invite individuals (or coworkers and teams of individuals working in partnership) to share their stories, knowledge and learnings.

The dates that our guest lecturers will be hosted on campus are January 17, 21, 22 and 23.

If you are interested, please complete this very short form and we will be in touch with you.

The topics can include technology, tools and subsystems that are being explored and tested to help the man made world and the natural world to co-exist with the least amount of disruption to any species. We want to explore any topics related to large and small animals, reptiles and amphibians, birds and fish.

Additionally and separately, we are seeking individuals to serve as clients for student projects in our Cornerstone and Capstone Design classes. More information can be found on our Cornerstone and Capstone web pages.

For more information, please contact Thank you.

Monica Kurtz
Stakeholder Relations Manager, EDS

303-384-2483 | mkurtz