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Feb
23
2017

Mines and Virginia Tech to create minerals industry consortium

Minerals and metals are at the foundation of modern technology-based societies. Each year, the average American uses about 25 tons of earth materials. Exploration for new resources is at the front end of the mining life cycle, with mining companies News
Feb
22
2017

MME's Amy Clarke named to LIFT Expert Educator Team

A Colorado School of Mines associate professor in metallurgical and materials engineering has been named to a national team of expert educators charged with identifying the knowledge and skills workers will need to deploy new lightweighting News
Feb
22
2017

Dreaming Big to Prevent Disaster

As the Persian Gulf War drew to a close in February 1991, Kuwait experienced one of the country’s worst environmental and economic disasters as Iraqi forces set fire to more than 600 Kuwaiti oil wells, which burned for more than eight months. Crude News
Feb
21
2017

Civil and Environmental Engineering faculty honored

Two Colorado School of Mines professors in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering have been recognized for their achievements in geotechnical engineering with national awards from the American Society of Civil Engineers. Professor News
Feb
17
2017

Physics' Carr brings Mines' broad perspective to UAE

A physics professor’s recent trip to the city of Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates to deliver several talks exemplifies Colorado School of Mines’ ongoing efforts to embody technical excellence while embracing a broader worldview. Professor Lincoln News
Feb
16
2017

Mines petroleum engineering students excel at symposium

Colorado School of Mines students came out on top during the Society of Petroleum Engineers North America Student Symposium, held February 1 to 4 at Encana Corporation headquarters in downtown Denver.   The symposium is a massive conference put News
Feb
15
2017

Emeritus associate professor made learning fun

Robert G. Underwood, emeritus associate professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, passed away Saturday, January 7, 2017, after a long illness. Underwood received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina News
Feb
15
2017

The Evolution of a University

Reprinted from the winter 2017 issue of Mines Magazine, the Colorado School of Mines Alumni Magazine. Story by Brenda Gillen News
Feb
14
2017

Annual conference shows girls a path into STEM fields

The Colorado School of Mines student section of the Society of Women Engineers welcomed nearly 200 students—the largest turnout to date—to its fifth annual Girls Lead the Way conference, which guides young women into science, technology, engineering News
Feb
13
2017

Davis doubtful Wyoming will become hub for non-extractive industries

Division of Economics and Business Professor Graham Davis, who specializes in mineral asset valuation and economic development of mineral-based economies, contributed to the Casper Star-Tribune story, "The challenges of change: Diversification may Mines in the News

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