Colorado School of Mines is excited to welcome 41 new faculty members for the 2023-24 academic year. The Fall 2023 semester at Mines began Aug. 21.
The 2023-24 academic year marks an important milestone for the university, which will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2024. MINES@150 celebrations are planned throughout the calendar year 2024.
The Challenge Summer Bridge Program at Colorado School of Mines has received the 2023 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and
A signature Mines experience dating back to 1908, the M Climb brings together the newest class of Orediggers every year the Friday before fall classes begin.
“Ever since we launched the Mines Rover pilot in 2021, we have heard loud and clear from the Mines community that they want more transit options to get to and from campus,” said Jason Slowinski, associate vice president of infrastructure and operations at Colorado School of Mines.
Funded by a National Science Foundation grant, a group of local high school teachers spend part of their summer break getting hands-on training in additive manufacturing.
The Mines quarterback is the first Oredigger to win the national award. Matocha, the 2022 Harlon Hill winner, received his bachelor's degree in computer science in May with a 3.64 GPA and will work on a master's degree this year in his final season of NCAA eligibility.
Mines alum Jeff Gillow PhD ’06 is a technical expert and vice president at Arcadis, focusing on geochemistry for manufacturing, industrial and mining companies
Stephen A. Sonnenberg, professor and Charles Boettcher Distinguished Chair in Petroleum Geology at Colorado School of Mines, has been honored with the 2023 Robert J. Weimer Lifetime Contribution Award
Twenty years after meeting on the Mines men's soccer team, Nicholas Clausnitzer ’07 and Michael Dixon ’06 still spend many waking hours of the day together as colleagues at Aera Energy.