Students at the 2017 Newmont Innovation Challenge Innovation reigns supreme at 2018 Newmont Challenge Up to seven student teams will receive $1,000 in funding to continue work on their ideas into spring semester. Read More

Innovation reigns supreme at 2018 Newmont Challenge

Up to seven student teams will receive $1,000 in funding to continue work on their ideas into spring semester.

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A Mines student works with a College View Middle School student during a weekly tutoring session Tutoring program aims to cultivate future scientists, engineers "There's a critical age – middle school – where students either get really excited about STEM or their interest completely drops off,” Mines assistant professor Kate Smits said. Read More

Tutoring program aims to cultivate future scientists, engineers

"There's a critical age – middle school – where students either get really excited about STEM or their interest completely drops off,” Mines assistant professor Kate Smits said.

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Undergraduate ceremony keynote speaker Jim Payne '59 addresses the crowd Outstanding graduates honored at midyear commencement Mines conferred a total of 239 bachelor’s, 175 master’s and 63 doctoral degrees at undergraduate and graduate ceremonies Dec. 15. Read More

Outstanding graduates honored at midyear commencement

Mines conferred a total of 239 bachelor’s, 175 master’s and 63 doctoral degrees at undergraduate and graduate ceremonies Dec. 15.

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Sam Reinehr, Matt Baldin and Allee Zarrini are the SAMurai MASters Mines students claim spot in finals of world’s largest programming contest The SAMurai MASters will face off against teams from around the globe at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition in Beijing. Read More

Mines students claim spot in finals of world’s largest programming contest

The SAMurai MASters will face off against teams from around the globe at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition in Beijing.

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A view of the Sparkling Ice Castle parade float Mines professors compose soundtrack for Denver Parade of Lights float The electronic holiday song, "Wind Carol," will be featured on the brand-new float built by Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain. Read More

Mines professors compose soundtrack for Denver Parade of Lights float

The electronic holiday song, "Wind Carol," will be featured on the brand-new float built by Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain.

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Colorado School of Mines professor Bo Wu

Wu wins NSF CAREER award for GPU multitasking research

Bo Wu, assistant professor of computer science at Colorado...
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Mines students at Caterpillar's Tinaja Hills Demonstration Center

Caterpillar offers students hands-on leadership training

A new partnership between Colorado School of Mines and...
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Wilcox serves on AGU panel addressing climate intervention

Jen Wilcox, associate professor of chemical and biological...
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2018 MLK Jr. Community Event

MLK Jr. Recognition Awards honor campus advocates

Three Colorado School of Mines community members received...
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