Jeff Holley, teaching associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been named the 2022 Region 7 Outstanding Faculty Advisor by the American Society of
Among the programs recognized by INSIGHT Into Diversity were Mines’ DI&A Ambassadors and Advocates program and the K-12 Virtual Classroom Takeover outreach program.
New Orediggers will climb up Mount Zion in Golden on the morning of Friday, Aug. 19. Fall 2022 classes at Colorado School of Mines begin Monday, Aug. 22.
The Oshkosh, Wisconsin home was originally built for William H. Doe, a prospector who made his fortune from silver found in Central City, Colorado.
Full STEM Ahead, a three-day summer camp giving Denver area middle school girls the opportunity to try hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering and math, will be held at Colorado School
I came to Mines as an associate professor in 2012 after having been tenured at Penn State. I moved to Mines for the remarkable Hydrologic Science and Engineering Program we have here on campus. After
A 20-year veteran of higher education in Colorado, Dr. Pantel will officially join the Mines community on July 11.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? As a native Coloradan, I was always interested in Mines. Being so close to the mountains while having a premier STEM
A new geoscience makerspace has opened on the Mines campus, giving undergraduate and graduate students a place where they can experiment with novel forms of instrumentation and try out their designs
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I choose Mines because of the campus mindset, focusing on problem-solving and engineering. The Mines student community