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Oct
02
2017

Three Mines students named to ASM International boards

Three Mines students in the Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center (ASPPRC) have been named student representatives to the boards of ASM International societies. Mary O’Brien, Jonah Klemm-Toole and Rachael Stewart, all in the News
Sep
28
2017

Mines, CoorsTek unveil world-class research, teaching facility

The CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering at Colorado School of Mines will welcome its first students in January 2018, a significant milestone in a multigenerational partnership between Mines, the Coors family and CoorsTek,  the world News
Sep
14
2017

Graduate students awarded scholarships for study of water

Two Mines graduate students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering have been awarded scholarships by the Colorado Section of the WateReuse Association, an organization dedicated to promoting the development of alternative water News
Sep
12
2017

Materials student wins poster award at microscopy meeting

A materials science PhD candidate at Colorado School of Mines received a Microscopy Society of America Student Poster Award at a conference held August 6-10 in St. Louis, Missouri. John Mangum won for his poster titled “Correlative Raman News
Sep
06
2017

Infusing graduate education with professional development

Graduate school can be a wonderful time in one’s life—a period of hard work, but also of learning new things and meeting new people, says Roel Snieder. “I loved my experience as a graduate student.” But Snieder knows that’s not true for everyone, News
Aug
29
2017

Mines graduates among top in nation for earning potential

Colorado School of Mines has some of the highest-paid graduates in the country, according to PayScale’s 2017-2018 College Salary Report. Mines ranked 18th in the nation for undergraduate earning potential, with median early career pay clocking in at News
Aug
28
2017

Paper on hydraulic fracturing wastewater analysis published

Hydraulic fracturing generates billions of gallons of wastewater every year in the U.S. and determining the quality and chemical composition of that water continues to pose a challenge for scientists. A Colorado School of Mines doctoral student and News
Aug
22
2017

Mines study on plant spacing, water use published in PNAS

A postdoctoral fellow and professor from Colorado School of Mines recently had their research on the effects of plant spacing on water use published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Andrew Trautz, who received his master’s News
Aug
17
2017

Hydrology master’s student wins AAUW fellowship

A Colorado School of Mines master’s candidate studying the forecasting and management of water resources over large geographic areas has been awarded a fellowship by the American Association of University Women. Danielle Tijerina is a student in the News
Aug
04
2017

Mines graduates’ earnings sixth-highest among U.S. public colleges

Colorado School of Mines was ranked sixth in the nation in a Forbes list of public colleges and universities that have graduates with the highest mid-career salaries. With mid-career earnings at $114,000, Forbes noted Mines’ selective admissions News

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