Colorado School of Mines will celebrate its Fall 2022 Commencement on Dec. 16 with ceremonies for undergraduates and graduates.
Dillon Powell's individual title set the pace for Mines history as the Oredigger men won their third NCAA Division II Men's Cross Country national championship since 2015, and Mines' women finished third in the nation.
Jamie and Doug Wickler are in the exact spot they want to be at a time when it has become critical for all people to be involved in our food systems: stewarding the land, providing food to their community and constantly considering how to update their systems and processes to do those things as best as they can.
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Geophysics faculty, students and alumni at Colorado School of Mines are looking below the surface to enable innovation in energy, infrastructure, space exploration — and beyond.
Through the new federally funded college prep program, students at Jeffco Public Schools' Alameda International Jr./Sr. High School will receive targeted support to strengthen their math and science skills to prepare them for post-secondary studies.
The decorated distance runner and student researcher is the first Mines student-athlete to reach the finals for the prestigious national award. NCAA will announce the winner at its annual convention in January.
The International Student Council hosted its annual celebration of the many cultures represented on the Mines campus Nov. 5
Endowed by Mines alum Ben Fryrear ‘62, the chair recognizes and supports highly accomplished Mines faculty members working to further the vision and mission of the university.
Starting in Fall 2023, Colorado School of Mines will begin offering a new bachelor’s degree in construction engineering to prepare students to enter high-demand jobs in a growing industry.