Grand Challenges Scholars Program
The Grand Challenges Scholars Program (GCSP) prepares students at Colorado School of Mines to be world-changers and offers opportunities to tackle big problems with even bigger impact. Sponsored by the National Academy of Engineering, the GCSP includes unique experiences unified by challenges faced by our world today – supplying clean drinking water, reverse engineering the brain, and making solar energy economical, to name a few.
As a Scholar, you will have the chance to combine coursework, extracurricular activities, and internship and volunteer experiences to prepare you to address the Engineering Grand Challenges. You will gain skills in interdisciplinary projects, working across diverse cultures, applying your engineering prowess in the service of others, entrepreneurship, and critically=-assessing problem definitions and solutions.
If you missed the information session, not to worry! You are still welcome to ask questions (email email@example.com), and to apply.
Scholars Maryam Alahmar, Jessica Kennedy, and Michael Thuis attended this meeting at the National Academy of Engineering in November 2019.
Our biggest new cohort ever! Check them out here!
Join us for an information session for the Grand Challenges Scholars Program on Tuesday evening, 9/22 at 7pm at this link: https://mines.zoom.us/j/94902709789 Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Hope to see you then!
Please join us on Thursday, April 30 (Dead Day), 12:30-2pm for a Virtual BBQ in place of our traditional end-of-year celebration! We will gather on Zoom (email the GCSP Director for Zoom connection info) to build our community and celebrate our five graduating...