When Russell Badgett Jr. came to Colorado School of Mines in 1936, he was in search of a Rocky Mountain adventure and a strong engineering education that would benefit his family’s Memphis-based
Nuclear power provides about 20 percent of the electricity used in the United States. Since 1995, about half of that has been generated with uranium from dismantled Russian nuclear warheads, shipped
Thousands packed the streets of downtown Golden Aug. 25 for the start of stage six of the USA Pro Challenge cycling race. Mines students showed their pride at the event wearing t-shirts displaying the
Exploration geologists can devote entire careers to searching for undiscovered mineral deposits without ever chalking up a find. But for those who do, it’s tremendously rewarding, and many go on to
A smile sets in on Dr. Ramona Graves’ face as she gazes through the soaring panels of glass in the nearly finished lobby of Marquez Hall, the smell of fresh paint permeating as an electric saw whines
The town of Pagosa Springs, Colo., depends on geothermal resources for tourism as well as a source of renewable energy -- a recent study by Colorado School of Mines’ geophysics students will aid
Colorado School of Mines is leading the way in engineering education and research. This video, featured on ASEE TV during the American Society for Engineering Education’s annual conference in June
GOLDEN, Colo., May 15, 2012 – For the first time in school history, the Colorado School of Mines Department of Athletics has claimed the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Sports Competition Cup.
“I couldn’t ask for a better education than I got at Mines, and now I want to pay it forward,” said Mines alumnus Hugh Harvey. “We want to help Mines attract the best, brightest and hardest working