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Jul
21
2016

Petroleum engineering faculty quoted in Rigzone

Teaching Assistant Professor Elio Dean and Teaching Professor Linda Battalora were quoted in Rigzone.com for a story on how academia and the oil and gas industry are working together to prepare graduates amid the downturn in the industry. They give Mines in the News
Jul
21
2016

Hydrology research finds 'missing link' in water modeling

Groundbreaking research on global water supply co-authored by Colorado School of Mines Hydrology Professor Reed Maxwell and alumna Laura Condon, now assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Syracuse University, appears in the News
Jul
20
2016

Mines hosting national conference for CS teachers

The College of Engineering and Computational Sciences is hosting ‪#‎CSPdWeek‬, a computer science training for teachers from around the country, sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Infosys, National Center for Women & Information Mines in the News
Jul
20
2016

Winery dream realized for world-traveling alumni

When John Mathewson ‘53 retired from oil and gas exploration at the age of 60, he and his wife, Joan, moved to the western slope of Colorado, bought a winery and started a new phase in their lives. After spending 26 years as expatriates in places News
Jul
19
2016

Carolyn Koh named Coors Distinguished Chair of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Professor Carolyn A. Koh, a leading expert in the study of natural gas hydrates, has been named the William K. Coors Distinguished Chair of Chemical and Biological Engineering, effective at the beginning of the fall semester. Koh joined the Chemical News
Jul
15
2016

PhD students earn fellowships to work at national labs

Three Mines students have been awarded fellowships to pursue part of their graduate thesis research at a Department of Energy laboratory, with access to the expertise, resources, and capabilities available there. Receiving awards from the Office of News
Jul
14
2016

CBE's Paul Ogg brought passion to teaching, brewing

Paul D. Ogg, teaching associate professor of chemical and biological engineering, passed away Wednesday, July 6, after an 18-month battle with T-cell lymphoma. Ogg joined Mines in 2006 as part of the Bioengineering and Life Sciences program, and was News
Jul
13
2016

Mines grad to share nuclear expertise with Congress

The American Nuclear Society has selected a Colorado School of Mines graduate as its Glenn T. Seaborg Congressional Science and Engineering Fellow for 2017. Levi Patterson earned a BS in Engineering Physics and an MS in Nuclear Engineering from News

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