CMI alums offer workforce advice

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CMI researchers at Colorado School of Mines led the effort across the Energy Innovation Hub for this highlight

Achievement
Three CMI alums, now working in industry and for national laboratories, shared advice on how to take advantage of early career research experiences in CMI to further their professional development. This panel discussion was a session at the CMI Winter Meeting hosted by Colorado School of Mines, March 2022.

Presenters

  • Allie Anderson, PhD, 2017, PhD Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Colorado School of Mines; R&D Engineer, Gopher Resources.
  • Philip C. Keller, PhD, 2020, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Colorado School of Mines; Process Engineer, Energy Fuels Resources (USA) Inc.
  • Marilú Pérez Garcia, PhD; 2014, PhD in Chemistry, Iowa State University; Scientist II, Ames Laboratory.

Significance and Impact
CMI early career cohorts further develop their management and scientific expertise and are prepared to take on new research and management roles and levels.

Hub Target Addressed
Developing the energy and materials workforce of the future.

Image of three panelists to address CMI Winter Meeting (Philip Keller standing, Marilu Perez Garcia sitting, Allie Anderson on screen)
Three panelists address CMI Winter Meeting (Philip Keller standing, Marilu Perez Garcia sitting, Allie Anderson on screen)