Building and Office Information beginning January 19th
Spring semester begins on January 19th. During this time, the Dean’s Office will be
open from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Note that staff can still be reached
by email or by phone at 801-581-8767 (Dean’s Office main line). Have a wonderful spring
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CMES COVID-19 Response and Information
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 issue, the University of Utah has instituted new policies and guidelines regarding teaching, travel, and events both on and off campus. For the most up-to-date information, please visit the University’s website regarding COVID.
Remember, this may be a stressful time for those around you, so wash your hands and open your hearts.
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Ronel Kappes is a Process Manager with Newmont’s Processing and Metallurgy Technical Services team, where she uses her technical skills to generate positive business opportunities for early stage exploration and development projects. She has metallurgical development experience in a wide-range of commodities, including gold, copper, lead, zinc and platinum group metals and is passionate about flotation, gold hydrometallurgy and mineral processing in general. Dr. Kappes’ background includes fifteen years as a metallurgical technical expert with Newmont Mining USA Ltd. with international experience through her time working on a variety of projects including operations and projects located in Ghana, Australia, Peru and Indonesia. Dr. Kappes also serves as Newmont USA Ltd’s Executive Sponsor and liaison with the University of Utah.
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