Electrical Engineering

Colorado School of Mines

Electrical Engineering

Colorado School of Mines

Carter Kubic

Administrative Assistant

Carter Kubic currently works as the administrative assistant to the Electrical Engineering department. Carter’s pronouns are She/Her and He/Him. Working as the administrative assistant, he has tackled many projects from revamping different things across the department, working as the department social media manager, and helping the office for the EE department run smoothly. Carter also works as one of the two Co-Chairs for the LGBTQ+ Mines Community alliance (MCA), working to bring more pride and visibility to the LGBTQ+ community on campus. She has been a part of many MCA activities including running the LGBTQ+ MCA book club, helping with the MCA Professional Development Conference, and managing many pride events across campus throughout the year like tabling at Denver Pride and the Pride in October craft event.

Carter currently holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Animation, Film, Photography, and Motion Design from Colorado Mesa University. Previous she has worked as a head pastry chef, a video producer, and as a freelance artist. In his free time, Carter spends time playing PC video games, painting, embroidering, and reading. He also spends plenty of time with his partner and their Tuxedo cat, Red. Carter is hoping to grow into a position that encompasses diversity, inclusion, and access (DI&A) in his career later on in life, but is currently loving the work he gets to do and the people she gets to work with every day. 




BB 310 C


  • BFA Animation, Film, Photograph, and Motion Design, Colorado Mesa University


  • 2023 Classified Employee of the Year

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6 faculty fellows of the professional organization IEEE

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