Showing 'College of Applied Science and Engineering' News

Nov
08
2016

Mines student wins mayor's award for service to Golden

A chemical and biochemical engineering major has received the city of Golden’s first-ever GoldMine Award, part of the Mayor’s Awards for Excellence and established this year to honor a project that highlights the close ties between the city and News
Oct
31
2016

Chemistry commended for making strides in diversity

The American Chemical Society’s Committee on Professional Training commended the Chemistry Department’s efforts to build a diverse faculty, particularly by hiring and promoting female faculty members, in renewing its approval of the Chemistry News
Oct
25
2016

Mines wins contract to study glass strength at atomic level

Colorado School of Mines has been awarded a multiyear contract by the Usable Glass Strength Coalition to conduct research that improves the understanding of the strength properties of manufactured glass products at the smallest scale. “The News
Oct
14
2016

Physics luminary traces career, talks nanotech

Robert G.W. Brown urged the students packed into Metals Hall for his talk to make change a regular part of their research career, a principle he has clearly followed in his path from fundamental physics to high-impact applications and, most recently News
Oct
10
2016

Taylor's research, mentorship celebrated as he retires

Students, faculty and staff paid tribute to the numerous accomplishments of Physics Professor P. Craig Taylor at Colorado School of Mines, in a retirement celebration held at the Geology Museum Friday, Sept. 23. Taylor joined Mines in 2005 after 23 News
Oct
06
2016

Bill Nye the Science Guy dares Mines students to “change the world”

Over two decades after his show aired on PBS and took the ‘90s by storm, “Bill Nye the Science Guy” is still a hit among science enthusiasts, especially with the millennials who grew up watching him. On Oct. 5, Nye visited the Colorado School of News
Oct
05
2016

Mines ranked second in the nation for high-quality professors

Colorado School of Mines was ranked second in the nation by The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Ranking for schools that do the best in combining scholarly research with classroom instruction. The article, “Great Research, Great News
Oct
04
2016

Mines team receives $1.5M to develop radiation detectors

A unique collaboration between a synthetic chemist and a nuclear physicist at Colorado School of Mines has been awarded $1.5 million over five years by the Department of Homeland Security to develop stable, inexpensive materials for detecting News
Oct
03
2016

Gov. Hickenlooper kicks off CO Manufacturing Month at ADAPT

ADAPT team members celebrate the Governor's proclamation, naming October Colorado Manufacturing Month.Left to right: Aaron Stebner, Katie Woslager, Governor John Hickenlooper, Brandan Kappes, Mickele Bragg, Sumer Sorensen-Bain,Heidi Hostetter,  News
Sep
29
2016

Joe Coors boosted Mines, golf team as trustee and donor

Joe Coors Jr., a great-grandson of Coors Brewing founder Adolph Coors, a former member of the Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees and an enthusiastic supporter of Mines athletics—particularly the golf team—died September 15. He was 74 years News

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