Set for April 11-13, E-Days is one of the most anticipated student events of the academic year. This year is no different as Mines celebrates its 150th anniversary.
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Located at 17th Street and Washington Avenue in Golden, the facility offers 31,000 square feet of coworking, networking, event and classroom space for Mines-connected entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, companies and students to learn, collaborate and launch.
By Sarah Kuta, Special to Mines Magazine Today, runners, cyclists and cross-country skiers flock to the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes, a picturesque 73-mile multi-use path in Northern Idaho’s Silver
Melanie Westergaard ’87 talks about the important role that alumni will play in Mines' future, particularly as the Oredigger community celebrates this milestone year.
The CoorsTek Research Fellowship has brought 19 extraordinary PhD candidates to Colorado School of Mines since CoorsTek and the Coors family established it in 2014.
Mines alum Stephen Sonnenberg ’81 led the most recent report of the Potential Gas Committee, with support from Cathy Farmer ’79, MS ’81.
The Mining Engineering Department has some big goals for the next five to 10 years to continue 150 years of university-industry synergy.
Edgar Mine is one of only five university-owned mines in U.S. — and the only one with a Wi-Fi-enabled underground classroom.
Braeton Smith MS ’14, PhD ’18 is an energy economist at Argonne National Laboratory and co-author of the U.S. Department of Energy’s new Critical Materials Assessment.