Three Colorado School of Mines community members were honored for their work to encourage diversity and inclusion on campus at a luncheon Jan. 21. Receiving the 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Recognition
For the second year in a row, Climax Molybdenum engaged Colorado School of Mines students to think outside the box about the company's Colorado assets.
More than $100,000 in bonus and matching funds will be available for the 29 featured campus groups and causes, thanks to our lead corporate champion Credit Union of Colorado and several generous Mines donors.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I chose to come to Mines for three reasons: Academics. I always knew I wanted to be an engineer. As one of the best
Rob Bilott will give the keynote speech at the Herbert L. and Doris S. Young Environmental Issues Symposium, a free two-day community event focused on the future of “forever” chemicals in Colorado.
Highlights of the Spring 2020 events calendar include Spring Career Day on Feb. 4 and E-Days on April 17-19.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? As a high school senior, my thoughts were to either become a wedding planner or an engineer. I decided to try
The Russell L. & Lyn Wood Mining History Archive at Arthur Lakes Library recently received an infusion of historic mining photographs courtesy of the Colorado Mining Association. The photographs,
Colorado School of Mines awarded a total of 286 bachelor's, 199 master's and 74 doctoral degrees during its midyear commencement exercises on Dec. 13.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? Mines has an excellent reputation within Colorado, and the jobs that are available to me by getting a degree from the