Faculty and Staff
Professor of Practice and
Director, Space Resources Program
General Research Lab 234C
Associate Professor and Fryrear Endowed Chair for Innovation and Excellence
Rowlinson Professor of Mechanical Engineering and
Director, Mines/NREL Advanced Energy Systems Program
Brown Hall W410A
Professor of Practice and
Director, Advanced Manufacturing Program
Teaching Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies - ME
Brown Hall W350E
Professor of Practice, Space Resources
General Research Lab 234A
Research Assistant Professor
Professor and Director,
Operations Research with Engineering Program
Brown Hall W470B
Associate Professor and
Director, ME Online Programs and FEA Certificate Program
Brown Hall W310F
Associate Professor and Interim Department Head
Brown Hall W350B
Teaching Associate Professor and Asst. Director, Advanced Manufacturing Program
Brown Hall W470E
Rowlinson Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Brown Hall W310G
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies - ME
Brown Hall W350F
Joan Gosink became Division Director of the Division of Engineering in 1991 after serving as a Program Manager at the National Science Foundation. Dr. Gosink retired from Mines in 2003.
Dr. King retired from traditional teaching and research in June 2012. He is currently developing course materials on part-time status.
Emeritus Associate Professor
Dr. Munoz retired from teaching effective January 2011. He is now working with the Fetzer Institute and other nonprofits in the areas generally designated as humanitarian or peace engineering.
Dr. Mustoe is on transitional retirement and will fully retire after the Spring 2019 semester.
Prior to retiring in September 2016, Prof. Parker served as a faculty member in the Engineering Division at Mines for over 20 years, including tenures as Engineering Division director, vice president of academic affairs and provost.
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