The endowment gift creates the Andy and Sherry Swiger Professorship for Business Excellence. Mines faculty will compete for funding and the prestigious title through a proposal process.
By Ashley Piccone, Special to Mines Magazine When Melanie Gipe ’81 graduated from Mines, she had no idea that her career would mimic the twists and turns of the pipelines she studied as a chemical
Andrew Lattanner is working to advance awareness of the university’s world-leading research and support productive relationships with the U.S. government and federal agencies.
Dr. Walter Copan, vice president for research and technology transfer at Colorado School of Mines, testified before the U.S. House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy & Mineral Resources on June
For Josh Dickerson ’12, external support was instrumental in helping him find a path into engineering and ultimately thrive in his career.
June 12's College Athlete Day recognized champions from NCAA Divisions I, II, and III across all sports.
By Jenn Fields, Special to Mines Magazine The Mines Police Department is always ready to protect and serve the Oredigger community, but when an alum called on them to test his new augmented reality
The anonymous gift, one of the largest to support athletics in university history, will provide about $440,000 for scholarships each year, fund improvements to the university’s track and field complex and build a cross country training facility on campus.
We talked to Eric DePinto ’13, director of operations and engineering at FeedBack Earth, to learn more about how the company is shaking up the traditional animal feed supply chain with sustainability and value in mind.
A new Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering launching this fall at Colorado School of Mines will help meet the needs of the public and private entities that are rebuilding and improving the nation's existing infrastructure.