Colorado School of Mines students will set aside their studies this weekend for three days of events and activities celebrating what it means to be an engineer.
Colorado School of Mines students now have a state-approved pathway to become science and math teachers – including the first university program in Colorado licensed to prepare computer science educators at the K-12 level.
We talked to Steve Enger ’81, former president and CEO of Denver-based private upstream oil company Edge Energy, about what entrepreneurship looks like in the industry today and the value independent ventures can bring to the future of the business of energy.
First formed in 1969, the Mines cheerleading team has become a stalwart part of upholding what it means to be an Oredigger—and encouraging their peers to show off their school pride and maintain the close camaraderie that Mines students and graduates share.
Located at the corner of 17th and Arapahoe streets, the four-story, 50,938-square-foot classroom building will be home to nine new classroom spaces that support an active learning environment, including a large lecture hall.
A first-generation college student and Iñupiaq, Salina Derichsweiler '02 believes firmly in the power of education and the value of personal agency.
As Presidential Fellow, Dr. Youmans will lead the DI&A team at Mines and collaborate across campus to help the university achieve its strategic goals around diversity, inclusion and access.
Sustainability is often top of mind for entrepreneur and philanthropist Rick Tallman ’85, MS ’93.
Colorado School of Mines is training the next generation of biological engineers who are skilled in both bioscience and computer science via the new undergraduate degree program.
More than 300 companies and organizations were represented at the spring recruitment event, which was held over two days for the first time in Mines history.