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Sep
25
2017

Dreyer interviewed on Colorado Matters

Christopher Dreyer, assistant research professor in mechanical engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed on Colorado Public Radio's Colorado Matters about his NASA-funded research on asteroid mining. Dreyer, who is teaching Mines in the News
Sep
22
2017

Shultz HE Scholars committed to serving the community

Five Colorado School of Mines students have been recognized for their commitment to using engineering to help address society’s greatest challenges with scholarships from the Shultz Family Leadership in Humanitarian Engineering Fund. The 2017-2018 News
Sep
20
2017

Tsvankin's work published in SEG's Geophysics

Ilya Tsvankin, a professor in the Geophysics Department and director of the Center for Wave Phenomena, published three papers with his students in the Special Section on Seismic Anisotropy in the July-August issue of the Society of Explorations News
Sep
19
2017

Mines professor works to clean Colorado city’s water supply

A Colorado School of Mines professor is working to remove chemicals and potentially harmful substances from the groundwater supply in Fountain, Colorado. Chris Bellona, assistant professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, and a News
Sep
18
2017

Camp receives Million Women Mentors' STEM award

During this year’s Women in Technology Conference, the Colorado Technology Association presented the very first Million Women Mentors’ (MWM) Stand Up For STEM Colorado Award to Tracy Camp, head of the Department of Computer Science at Mines. Camp News
Sep
14
2017

Team DiggerLoop generates attention at SpaceX Hyperloop competition

Team DiggerLoop’s drag racer-inspired Hyperloop pod may not have hit the test track but it still garnered plenty of attention at the SpaceX student competition last month.  After a rigorous safety evaluation from SpaceX employees, only three out of News
Sep
14
2017

Mines comes out on top among Colorado universities in latest rankings

The latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report are out, and Colorado School of Mines again came out on top among Colorado universities.  Mines made a significant jump in the national rankings released this week, moving to No. 75 among 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
13
2017

Amery to lead Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Division

The new director of the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) Division is looking to grow the programs and facilitate the ambitions of its faculty and students. Hussein A. Amery was appointed director of HASS (previously known as the Division News
Sep
13
2017

Arthur Lakes Library featured as an ALMA institution

The Arthur Lakes Library at Colorado School of Mines was featured by Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, as one of the more than 1,000 institutions worldwide using Alma, a unified resource management system. Ex Libris is a world leader in the provision News

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