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Jan
24
2019

Mines students honored for commitment to diversity

  Two Mines students were recognized this week for their outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion on campus.   Leah Reeder, a junior majoring in applied mathematics and statistics, and Peter Weddle, a PhD student in mechanical engineering, News
Jan
24
2019

Camp discusses surge in student demand for computer science courses with The New York Times

Tracy Camp, professor and head of the Computer Science Department at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed by The New York Times about the national surge in student demand for computer science courses and how universities are dealing Mines in the News
Jan
24
2019

Structural modeling, restoration software donated to Mines

Colorado School of Mines geology students and faculty now have access to advanced software for structural modeling and restoration, thanks to an educational license gift from Petroleum Experts Ltd. valued at $2.18 million. Petroleum Experts’ MOVE News
Jan
22
2019

Mines alumnus is new manager of Edgar Experimental Mine

The new manager of the Edgar Experimental Mine knows the unique educational and research facility perched above Idaho Springs well. A Mines alumnus, Lee Fronapfel ‘96 spent a lot of time up at Edgar, both as part of his coursework en route to a News
Jan
18
2019

$100K in bonus funding up for grabs at #idigmines Giving Day

Which of Mines’ 29 campus departments or programs will get the biggest share of the #idigmines Giving Day bonus funding and other matching incentives, all totaling more than $100,000? Mark your calendar: #idigmines Giving Day is back on Feb. 7. News
Jan
17
2019

Data center wins Henderson Mine Sustainability Challenge

A data center and technology campus that takes advantage of the cool, dry climate at 10,300 feet was the winning idea in the inaugural Henderson Sustainability Challenge. Colorado School of Mines students worked with Climax Molybdenum, a Freeport- News
Jan
16
2019

High-res images of Martian ice caps may reveal climate history

A Colorado School of Mines professor has been awarded funding from NASA to develop the highest-resolution 3D images ever of what lies in the interior of Mars' polar ice caps. "Just like on Earth, the ice caps are witnesses of the climate on Mars — News
Jan
10
2019

Senior Scholar Athlete Award winners in league of their own

In their last official duty as student-athletes, Brody Oliver and Jennifer Kendall stood on either side of the commencement podium and launched into the Mines fight song: I wish I had a barrel of rum and sugar three hundred pounds,The college bell News
Jan
10
2019

Computer science workshops for Colorado elementary school teachers featured by 9News

Tracy Camp, professor and head of the Computer Science Department at Colorado School of Mines, and master's student Sarah Person recently discussed with 9News a free computer science workshop that Mines will be offering this spring and summer to Mines in the News
Jan
09
2019

Colorado School of Mines names Richard Holz provost

Colorado School of Mines has named Richard C. Holz its next provost. Holz is currently dean of the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences at Marquette University and will join Mines in June 2019. As provost, Holz will serve as Mines’ chief academic News

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