Mines highlighted in Forbes article on “How to Fix Higher Education”

On June 19, Colorado School of Mines was called out as an example of an institution that is being deliberate about how it delivers value and serves students—and the world.
“Thriving institutions have created a distinctive mission and focus on active engagement around priority outcomes,” writes contributor Tom Vander Ark in the article, “How to Fix Higher Education.” He goes on to point to Mines, the innovative Minerva Project, Northeastern University and the CEMS network as examples of institutions that have a “clarity of purpose.”

From the article:

Colorado School of Mines is a 145 year old school with an updated mission focused on Earth, Energy and Environment with a new commitment to engaging students in active learning and doing good in the world. Mines is part of the KEEN network of 44 universities training engineers to spot opportunity and deliver impact.