This Time Around, Coronavirus Won’t Stop As Many Colorado University Commencement Ceremonies

Teklitz will return to Colorado in May and walk the stage in front of her parents and brother. The School of Mines is holding multiple ceremonies to meet health and safety guidelines, as well as limiting the number of guests each graduate is allowed ....
April 12, 2021

The ‘Doomsday’ Glacier May Be in More Trouble Than We Thought

The varying levels of agreement and disagreement between models and the observational data is exciting, said Tasha Snow, a postdoctoral researcher of geography at the Colorado School of Mines who was on that expedition with Larter in 2019 but did not ....
April 12, 2021

Mines student-athlete participates in two sports concurrently for first time in decades

Amena Nelson is the first two sport athlete to play in concurrent seasons at Colorado School of Mines, since Mike Flater did the same in 1973-74.
April 11, 2021

As a volcano erupts in the Caribbean, meet Colorado’s lone active volcano

It's the youngest volcano to erupt in Colorado and the last time it blew open was about 4,200 years ago, said Matt Morgan, senior research geologist and deputy director of the Colorado Geological Survey at the Colorado School of Mines.
April 9, 2021

How the US can stimulate private investment in cutting carbon

Brad Handler is a senior fellow at the Payne Institute for Public Policy, Colorado School of Mines.
April 7, 2021

Governments have identified commodities essential to economic and military security

"The markets are not as transparent or as fluid as oil," points out Morgan Bazilian of the Colorado School of Mines, "and there's not good price discovery."
April 3, 2021

VIDEO: NASA Seeks Water on the Moon to Fuel Its Mission to Get Humans to Mars

"Water is the oil of space," said George Sowers, a professor of space resources at Colorado School of Mines.
March 29, 2021

Drillers Burned Off Gas at a Staggering Rate as Winter Storm Hit Texas

The trends were corroborated by Mikhail Zhizhin, a researcher at the Colorado School of Mines, who pioneered the use of satellite observations to measure flaring.
March 26, 2021

Colorado School of Mines restarts search for Roselawn Cemetery's storied mass graves

Students from the Colorado School of Mines, led by archeologist Michelle Slaughter, are searching the oldest portion of the cemetery for mass graves that may have served as the final resting places for many who died during the Great Flood of 1921 ....
March 24, 2021

Colorado School of Mines basketball on verge of program history in NCAA Division II tournament

Mines, a program built off of continuity, takes on Lincoln Memorial in Evansville, Ind., where a win would secure the school’s first Final Four berth.
March 23, 2021

Don’t sweat the SATs? Colorado colleges support push to deemphasize test results in admissions

The executive director of admissions at the Colorado School of Mines, Dale Gaubatz, conducted an analysis sorting the SAT scores of students graduating between 2021 and 2024 by Colorado zip code using 2019 socioeconomic data.
March 22, 2021

Colorado School Of Mines' Stefanie Tompkins Appointed To Direct DARPA

Stefanie Tompkins was appointed to be director for the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, known as DARPA.
March 17, 2021