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Jan
13
2017

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Week: January 17–21

Newmont Mining Corporation has challenged Mines students to develop team-based, innovative solutions to improve sustainability in natural resource industries. A series of workshops and related innovation events will take place the week of Jan. 17–20 News
Jan
12
2017

Professor Camp to give keynote at Jeffco International Women's Day Celebration

The Northglenn Thorton Sentinel recently shared the news that Computer Science Professor and Division Director Tracy Camp will be giving the keynote speech at the 2017 Jefferson County International Women's Day Celebration on March 8. Camp will be Mines in the News
Jan
12
2017

Professor Strathman quoted by PBS' Nova Next

"From Black Water to Green Energy," by Brandon Levy on PBS' Nova Next, shares a pilot system by the public utility, Metro Vancouver, based on converting human sewage into oil and natural gas at its wastewater treatment plant in Annacis Island, Mines in the News
Jan
10
2017

Mines professor wins Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Italy

“Dr. Gianquitto is a valued member of the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Division at Mines,” said College of Earth Resource Sciences and Engineering Dean Ramona Graves. “Her commitment to the students and broadening the scope of thinking of News
Jan
10
2017

CEE Professor Illangasekare appointed to U.S. Nuclear Waste Technical Board

  AMAX Distinguished Chair and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Tissa Illangasekare was named a member of the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board by U.S. President Barak Obama on January 6, 2017.   The U.S. Nuclear Waste Technical News
Jan
09
2017

Mines and RRCC collaboration covered by Golden Transcript

The new partnership between the Colorado School of Mines Energy, Mining and Construction Industry Safety (EMCIS) program and Rocky Mountain Education Center at Red Rocks Community College was featured in the Englewood Herald. The parternship will Mines in the News
Jan
06
2017

Mines Physics grad, pro slackliner rescues skier hanging from chairlift

A Colorado School of Mines physics graduate used his slacklining skills to rescue a friend hanging from a chairlift at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, climbing a ski lift tower and sliding across 30 feet of cable before cutting the man's entangled backpack Mines in the News
Dec
30
2016

Andrea Blaine: the life of a true Oredigger

Andrea Christine Blaine, research assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering and assistant director of WE²ST Research Center at Colorado School of Mines, passed away Thursday, December 22, after a five-year-battle with cancer.   News
Dec
22
2016

Higher Ed Tribune shares Mines University Transportation Center news

Higher Education Tribune picked up our news story on the U.S. Department of Transportation grant to establish a University of Transportation Center for Underground Transportation Infrastructure at Colorado School of Mines. Civil and Environmental Mines in the News
Dec
20
2016

Team developing biomaterial to help teeth rebuild themselves

An assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines is working to develop a material to fill cavities while stimulating teeth to rebuild themselves—an innovation that would change the face of dentistry. Melissa News

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