A team of Colorado School of Mines students competed at the Rocky Mountain Regional Ethics Bowl, hosted by Mines on November 12, and will advance to the national competition. This is the second year
After 11 years in uniform (four years in ROTC and seven years as a U.S. Army captain), Joe Geiger '09 visited the ROTC building on the Mines campus in late June 2016. Now, he's shifting gears toward a
Mines students volunteering as part of Hike for Help. This winter break, 16 Mines students will spend their three-week vacation volunteering in Khumbu Valley, Nepal, constructing a public restroom
Can you imagine sending for admissions info to a college and getting a personal letter from the university president, encouraging you to apply? That’s exactly what happened to George Sturgis in 1975
The Colorado School of Mines Robotics Club is working on a variety of projects, ranging from autonomous vehicle competitions to robotics competitions for NASA. Natalie Kalin is the vice president of
A moment of silence for those who lost their lives in the White Ash Mine disaster. On September 9, 1889, ten miners drowned in the White Ash Mine disaster, one of the most serious accidents in Golden
On Oct. 22, 45 Boy Scouts from various troops in the Denver Area Council came to Mines to learn about economic minerals, mine safety, environmental stewardship and the mining industry in Colorado. The
[Updated Nov. 2, 2016] Mineral and Energy Economics MS students Bansidhar Bandi, James Crompton, Martin Kohn, Ashwin Ravichandran and David Rodziewicz finished in the top four at the “Energy in
Chris Fehn '12 BASE jumps into the New River Gorge in Fayetteville, West Virginia.(Photo courtesy of Chris Fehn) Mines engineers are making a name for themselves in the growing world of extreme sports
Colorado School of Mines raised nearly half a billion dollars to complete the most successful fundraising campaign in the history of the university, Transforming Lives: The Campaign for Colorado