Science and Security: Q&A

Recent headlines blare conflicting messages about the risk of Chinese talent recruitment and the consequences of emphasizing security over collaboration for science in America.

“Another Academic Ensnared in Chinese Recruitment Program” | by Bill Gertz, The Washington Times, March 11, 2020

“The Trump Administration Drove Him Back to China, Where He Invented a Fast Coronavirus Test” | by David Armstrong, Annie Waldman and Daniel Golden, ProPublica, March 18, 2020

  • What do DOE, NSF, DOD and other 3-letter federal agencies require from us related to undue foreign influence?
  • How does the flurry of research sponsor orders, Dear Colleague letters and policy statements affect you?
  • Do you have to figure this out by yourself? How does Mines protect you and the institution and help you stay in compliance?
  • Want to talk about something other than COVID-19?

Faculty, researchers, students and administrators: Join Scot Allen from the Office of Research and Technology Transfer and Molly Markley from the Office of General Counsel to hear the latest and ask your questions. Zoom meeting on Thursday, April 23, 10:00–11:00 a.m. Log in with your Mines MultiPass to get the Zoom meeting details

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Science and Security Q&A presented by Scot Allen and Molly Markley



All Mines faculty, researchers, students and administrators are welcome to attend


Thursday, April 23, 2020
10:00–11:00 via Zoom
Zoom details
Presentation (PDF)