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Sep
29
2017

Pei contributing to Hurricane Irma rapid response research

A Colorado School of Mines professor is part of a team of structural engineers on the ground in Florida documenting the damage wrought by Hurricane Irma in hopes of better understanding the effect of natural disasters on the built environment. News
Sep
28
2017

Mines, CoorsTek unveil world-class research, teaching facility

The CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering at Colorado School of Mines will welcome its first students in January 2018, a significant milestone in a multigenerational partnership between Mines, the Coors family and CoorsTek,  the world News
Sep
27
2017

Lange studying feasibility of space-based solar power

It’s always sunny in space, and the feasibility of harnessing space-based solar power for use on Earth and beyond is the subject of a newly funded research project coming out of Colorado School of Mines.  Ian Lange, assistant professor of economics News
Sep
27
2017

Mines Tiny House featured in Golden Transcript

A student-led effort to build a 220-square-foot tiny house at Colorado School of Mines was recently featured in the Golden Transcript. The solar-powered, net-zero energy tiny house will be on display at the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2017 Solar Mines in the News
Sep
27
2017

Mines Tiny House featured in The Denver Post

Mines Tiny House, the group of Colorado School of Mines students building a 220-square-foot tiny house on campus, was recently featured in The Denver Post. The solar-powered, net-zero house will be on display at the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2017 Mines in the News
Sep
26
2017

Honors and Scholars Director focused on Mines+ experiences

Helping students have a “Mines-plus” experience—a broader undergraduate career that allows students to follow their passions beyond the traditional curriculum—has long been a mission of Toni Lefton. A teaching professor in the Humanities, Arts and News
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

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