Many industries are turning to cyber-physical technologies, like the mining industry using robotics, automation and other advanced systems, to change the ways in which we source and extract minerals. Colorado School of Mines and its graduates are stepping up to the challenge.
A degree from Colorado School of Mines is more than just a foot in the door of leading companies and institutions. The journey from M Climb to Commencement helps Mines graduates develop the skills to pursue any dreams they put their mind to.
Kerry Siggins ’01, Kari Gonzales ’02 and Kim Alanis ’04 MS ’05 say that playing Oredigger softball created a support system that kept them at Mines through tough personal struggles while teaching them
Colorado School of Mines is designing a new pathway for students to build careers in the heavy construction industry, thanks to a three-year, $900,000 grant from The Beavers Charitable Trust.
Football becomes the sixth different Mines program to be ranked #1 in a national poll all-time, joining men's basketball, men's cross country, golf, men's soccer, and men's track & field.
Since 2003, Mines’ Humanitarian Engineering program has taught scientists and engineers how to best partner with communities around the world and take a socio-technical approach to making a difference in the world.
Colorado School of Mines was once again recognized among the nation’s top universities in the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings.
The 190,000-square-foot building will be occupied by USGS researchers, Mines faculty and students working side by side, with the intent to expand upon the two institutions’ long-standing partnership and history of collaborative research.
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.