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Feb
13
2017

Davis doubtful Wyoming will become hub for non-extractive industries

Division of Economics and Business Professor Graham Davis, who specializes in mineral asset valuation and economic development of mineral-based economies, contributed to the Casper Star-Tribune story, "The challenges of change: Diversification may Mines in the News
Feb
08
2017

Program can certify students for RF & microwave industry

Colorado School of Mines students now have the opportunity to be certified as prepared for the radio frequency and microwave industry under a new program developed by the Electrical Engineering Division in conjunction with Keysight Technologies, a News
Feb
08
2017

Reflections on Nepal: Hike for Help 2017

Colorado School of Mines students and faculty reflect on their time in Nepal as part of a service trip for Hike for Help. The group spent their three-week winter vacation volunteering in Khumbu Valley, Nepal, constructing a public restroom facility News
Feb
08
2017

A Radiochemistry Renaissance

From recycling plutonium to treating toxicity For years, Jensen has focused his research on a concept called “partition and transmutation”—a proposed technology that would essentially extract radioactive materials from nuclear waste stored in News
Feb
07
2017

Mines focuses on diversity and inclusion

A global engineering firm’s diversity chief spoke to students about how inclusion not only makes for a better workplace, but also sparks innovation and benefits the bottom line, in an event organized by the Mines chapter of Out in STEM, the Office News
Feb
06
2017

Innovation officer discusses diversity, Internet of Things

There is plenty of room for innovation as the so-called “Internet of Things” continues to grow, but not without increased concerns over safety and security, according to Florence Hudson of the nonprofit consortium Internet2, who met with Colorado News
Feb
06
2017

Igniting a Passion for Science

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science and CBS4 are hosting the third annual Girls & Science event, sponsored in part by Colorado School of Mines, on Saturday, March 4, 2017. Much like a career fair, attendees will meet women in science, News
Feb
02
2017

Mines students place third at Columbia Energy Symposium

Mineral and Energy Economics students Martin Kohn, Dov Quint, August Steinbeck, Muhammad Abdullah Khawar and Phillip Ruban placed third the Columbia University Energy Symposium case competition in New York City. Five Mines graduate students placed News
Feb
01
2017

Priming the Peace Corps Pipeline

Coming out, she had an insatiable travel bug and a knack for making things happen in even the most challenging of environments. She now works as a field engineer for oilfield services company Schlumberger, a job that has taken her to Equatorial News
Feb
01
2017

Mines hosts NSF-funded workshop on underground resources, society

  A three-day NSF-sponsored workshop will bring to Mines 20 of the world’s top scholars focused on the societal aspects of mining and other extractive processes.   “STS Underground: Investigating the Technoscientific Worlds of Mining and News

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