Colorado School of Mines welcomed back students today for the start of the Spring 2019 semester. Mark you calendar for these and other exciting upcoming events: Feb. 7: #IDigMines Giving Day Feb. 12:
Finding your way around a new building can be a challenge – it’s not like you can just pull up your smartphone’s map app and pinpoint your location like you would outside.
Congratulations to the Colorado School of Mines graduating class of 2018. This video highlights parts of the undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies that took place on Dec. 14 at Lockridge
Fifty years ago, Golden residents buried a time capsule in front of City Hall, next to the city’s Liberty Bell, with instructions that it be opened on Nov. 11, 2018. It was the city’s second time
Max Pisciotta, a master’s student in mechanical engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was recognized for the Best Graduate/Postdoc Poster at the 2018 oSTEM Annual Conference . Short for Out in
Colorado School of Mines celebrated its midyear commencement Dec. 14, conferring a total of 226 bachelor’s, 187 master’s and 55 doctoral degrees during undergraduate and graduate ceremonies at
Hugh Miller, associate professor of mining engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded the 2018 Medal of Merit by the Mining Foundation of the Southwest. Miller was honored during the
Last year, Matt Baldin and Sam Reinehr were happy just to qualify for the world finals of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest . This year, the Mines seniors have much bigger plans.
Colorado School of Mines’ new cohort of University Innovation Fellows is focused on finding ways to increase connections among Mines students with similar interests outside the classroom. Miguel
Harold Cheuvront, Colorado School of Mines' longtime vice president of student life and dean of students, oversaw major growth and development in athletics and student life over his three decades of