Mines hydrology research finds missing link in water modeling Research led by Reed Maxwell, professor of hydrology in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, could help scientists understand how much freshwater is present on Earth. Read More

Mines hydrology research finds missing link in water modeling

Research led by Reed Maxwell, professor of hydrology in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, could help scientists understand how much freshwater is present on Earth.

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Koh named Coors Chair Professor Carolyn A. Koh, a leading expert in the study of natural gas hydrates, has been named the William K. Coors Distinguished Chair of Chemical and Biological Engineering Read More

Koh named Coors Chair

Professor Carolyn A. Koh, a leading expert in the study of natural gas hydrates, has been named the William K. Coors Distinguished Chair of Chemical and Biological Engineering

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Mines Adds CS to Admissions Recommendations Mines recommends prospective students take computer science electives and hopes to see more high schools offering coding classes. Read More

Mines Adds CS to Admissions Recommendations

Mines recommends prospective students take computer science electives and hopes to see more high schools offering coding classes.

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Catherine Skokan named ASEE Fellow The first female to earn a graduate degree from Mines, Emerita Associate Professor Skokan is honored for her contributions to engineering education. Read More

Catherine Skokan named ASEE Fellow

The first female to earn a graduate degree from Mines, Emerita Associate Professor Skokan is honored for her contributions to engineering education.

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PhD student awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Panos has received a 2016 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, which provides each recipient with a $34,000 annual stipend for three years, plus a $12,000 cost of education allowance and opportunities for international research and professional development. Read More

PhD student awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Panos has received a 2016 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, which provides each recipient with a $34,000 annual stipend for three years, plus a $12,000 cost of education allowance and opportunities for international research and professional development.

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Environmental Engineering in Colorado STEM classrooms

Water-Energy Education for the Next Generation, a Colorado...
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Winery dream realized for world-traveling alumni

When John Mathewson ‘53 retired from oil and gas...
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Oak Ridge National Laboratory

PhD students earn fellowships to work at national labs

Three Mines students have been awarded fellowships to...
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Paul Ogg

CBE's Paul Ogg brought passion to teaching, brewing

Paul D. Ogg, teaching associate professor of chemical and...
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