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Oct
02
2012

Mines hosting Cyber Security Awareness Month poster and video competition

GOLDEN, Colo., Oct. 2, 2012 – To raise awareness during Cyber-Security Awareness Month, the Department of Computing, Communications, and Information Technologies at Colorado School of Mines is sponsoring a campus wide poster and movie competition. Press Release
Oct
01
2012

Mines' outstanding students compete in and out of the classroom

“The fact that success can be measured down to the hundredth of a second is perfectly aligned with being a Mines student,” says Colorado School of Mines swimmer Michaela McNiff, whose major is chemical and biochemical engineering. She’s right. Mines News
Oct
01
2012

Mines unveils plans for Clear Creek Athletics Complex and Marv Kay Stadium at Campbell Field

GOLDEN, Colo., Oct. 1, 2012 – Colorado School of Mines has unveiled plans for athletic complex improvements designed to support student athletes through new and improved training facilities with a focus on health, safety and student recruitment. The Press Release
Sep
27
2012

Mines researchers awarded NSF Water Sustainability and Climate grant to study urban eco-hydrology and water sustainability

GOLDEN, Colo., Sept. 27, 2012 – Researchers at Colorado School of Mines have been awarded part of a four-year $1.5 million NSF Water Sustainability and Climate program grant to investigate urban ecosystems and water management in the city of Los Press Release
Sep
24
2012

Mines professor talks algae on Colorado Public Radio

Matt Posewitz, assistant professor of chemistry at Colorado School of Mines, spoke about algae on Colorado Public Radio's Colorado Matters. Denver is hosting the Algae Biomass Summit this week. Experts are gathering to look at ways algae can be used Mines in the News
Sep
24
2012

The Denver Post features student life at Mines

The Denver Post took a closer look at some of the advancements in student life at Colorado School of Mines, from themed housing to activities and athletics. Mines in the News
Sep
21
2012

Mines celebrates opening of privately funded Marquez Hall Sept. 28

GOLDEN, Colo., Sept. 21, 2012 – Colorado School of Mines will celebrate the grand opening of Marquez Hall, the new $27 million, technologically advanced interdisciplinary teaching and research facility located at 16th and Arapahoe streets, during a Press Release
Sep
20
2012

ABC News reports Mines grad starting salaries higher than Harvard

ABC News, using PayScale.com data, posted this story about starting salaries for university graduates. Colorado School of Mines grads' starting salaries are among the highest in the nation, higher even than Harvard University. Mines in the News

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