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Feb
20
2018

Mines, Lockheed Martin team up for Engineers Week event

    In honor of National Engineers Week, Colorado School of Mines and Lockheed Martin teamed up Feb. 16 for a fun day of activities and industry mentorship to encourage female and minority students underrepresented in the STEM fields to pursue News
Feb
19
2018

Brune discusses mine safety regulations with Casper Star-Tribune

Jurgen Brune, professor of practice and director of Edgar Experimental Mine research at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed by the Casper Star-Tribune about mine safety regulations. A Wyoming coal mine was cited with a state safety Mines in the News
Feb
16
2018

Mines welcomes new Blaster mascot at Rock the Lock

To thunderous applause, Colorado School of Mines introduced the newest member of the Oredigger family at Rock the Lock on February 16. Mines students, staff, alumni, fans and friends warmly welcomed the new mascot, Blaster, to campus before the men News
Feb
16
2018

Mines launches natural resources policy master’s program

Colorado School of Mines has launched a new master’s degree program that will apply a unique, multidisciplinary social science lens to natural resources and energy issues, preparing students for careers in energy and engineering companies, advocacy News
Feb
15
2018

Dugan interviewed by The Verge about offshore freshwater aquifers, Cape Town water crisis

Brandon Dugan, associate professor and Baker Hughes Chair in Petrophysics and Borehole Geophysics at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed by The Verge about the possibility of tapping into offshore freshwater aquifers to address the Mines in the News
Feb
15
2018

Mines, NREL researchers improve perovskite solar cells

Researchers from the Colorado School of Mines Chemistry Department and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory have developed a perovskite solar cell that retains its efficiency after 1,000 hours of continuous use, with their findings published in News
Feb
15
2018

Mines alum among first group of Knight-Hennessy scholars

A magna cum laude graduate of Colorado School of Mines is among the first cohort of the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program, which will fully fund her pursuit of a PhD in computational and mathematical engineering at Stanford University. Izzy Aguiar News
Feb
14
2018

Spring Career Day welcomes a record 248 companies

Colorado School of Mines hosted the largest Spring Career Day in its history Feb. 13, with a record 248 companies present. Hundreds of students entered the Student Recreation Center for the chance to speak to recruiters about opportunities. For some News
Feb
14
2018

Landis to speak on diversity in STEM at AAAS Annual Meeting

Amy Landis, presidential faculty fellow for access, attainment and diversity at Colorado School of Mines, has been invited to speak about diversity in STEM at the 2018 American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting Feb. 15-19 in News
Feb
14
2018

Mining Engineering to launch professional master's degree

The Mining Engineering Department at Colorado School of Mines has received approval from the Board of Trustees to launch an innovative new graduate degree program. The Professional Masters in Mining Engineering and Management is an advanced degree News

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