Giving the keynote address at the undergraduate ceremony is Lucinda Sanders, member of the Mines Board of Trustees and Founder and Executive in Residence of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), a national organization that works to broaden participation in computing.
Good health and less stress make the college experience easier to navigate. But how can Colorado School of Mines best foster a climate that supports student wellness? Students in the Thorson First-Year Honors Experience tackled this challenge over the course of their first semester at Mines.
If there's one thing to know about Mines graduates it's that they love to create, be it a new technology, a new business or a piece of art. Mark Walden ’18, Makenzie Parimuha ’18 and Dalton Metz ’20, the founding members of Golden, Colorado-based Shark Box Theatre Company, are no exception.
Five new apartment buildings will open at Mines Park in Fall 2025, more than doubling the total number of on-campus beds for upper-division undergrads, grad students and grad student families.
Lafrancois is creating a framework for non-business majors and minors to develop a set of credentials under the umbrella of "building business acumen"—a central part of the MINES@150 strategic plan.
President Melanie Westergaard ’87, Vice-President Santana Sanchez ’17, Treasurer Nahjee Maybin ’18, and Secretary Mitch Kruse ’85 form the new executive committee for the Mines Alumni Board.
As Meta’s head of responsible supply chain sustainability, Leslie Collins ’98 leads a team that strives to ensure safe, healthy and fair working conditions in the company’s global hardware supply chain.
Most recently a professor of practice, Zisch has more than 40 years of experience in international mining operations, serving in leadership roles overseeing operations in North America, Africa and South America.
Representatives from the U.S. Geological Survey and Colorado School of Mines began a new chapter of their partnership on Nov. 13, breaking ground on an innovative USGS Energy and Minerals Research Building.
Paul Anderson ’85 has worked on countless high-profile, high-impact aerospace projects over the last 37 years at Lockheed Martin