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Apr
24
2017

Mines students band together to build earthquake resistant homes

Colorado School of Mines students have teamed up with architecture students from the University of San Francisco in the Gabion Band Ring Beam Challenge. The purpose of the challenge is to test and evaluate masonry home designs and their resistance News
Apr
22
2017

BASF teams up with Mines UC&T for Seattle tunnel project

The infamous Seattle tunneling project to replace the city’s aging infrastructure is a massive multiyear operation that requires many players, two of which are global chemistry leader BASF Corporation and the Colorado School of Mines. BASF provided Mines in the News
Apr
21
2017

Society of Petroleum Engineers Joint Session brings SPE President to campus

The Colorado School of Mines chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers hosted its annual Joint Session on April 12, 2017, bringing together Mines students, faculty, alumni and oil and gas industry professionals from across Colorado.  The speaker News
Apr
19
2017

Students examine possible effects of Trump infrastructure program

Graduate students from Mines' Division of Economics and Business' Mineral and Energy Economics program were featured in Oil and Gas 360's story, "Mines grad students examine possible effects of Trump infrastructure program." From the story: On the Mines in the News
Apr
18
2017

Geological engineering master’s student in Guatemala on Fulbright

  David LaPorte, a master’s student in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, is working to help mitigate landslide risk in communities in Guatemala thanks to a Fulbright grant.    In 2015, a devastating landslide in a Guatemala City News
Apr
17
2017

Denver Post features Mines Hyperloop II team

Team Diggerloop, the Colorado School of Mines Hyperloop II team which recently advanced to the final competition weekend, was featured in the Denver Post.  From the story:  "Traveling on a tubular track in a speedy pod that can get from Denver to Mines in the News
Apr
17
2017

Mines recognizes innovation and entrepreneurship

A team of first-year students took the $25,000 top prize in an annual challenge sponsored by Newmont Mining Corporation for a product inspired by a popular comic book hero, while an assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering was News
Apr
14
2017

Mines' women faculty gather to share leadership knowledge

Colorado School of Mines’ female academic and administrative faculty gathered April 10, 2017, to hear from colleagues who had attended the Academic Management Institute, part of the university’s efforts to develop more women leaders on campus. The News
Apr
14
2017

Reservoir Characterization Project research featured in E&P Magazine

The Colorado School of Mines Reservoir Characterization Project (RCP) was featured in E&P magazine after presenting promising field results at the group’s annual spring meeting. RCP is is an industry-funded geophysical research consortium Mines in the News
Apr
14
2017

Book Dominoes at Arthur Lakes Library to celebrate National Library Week

What's more fun than dominoes? Book dominoes! To celebrate National Library Week, Arthur Lakes Library setup book dominoes on Wednesday, April 12. And the best part? All of the books were free for the taking! It took two days to setup about 2,500 News

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