Dr. Jennifer Miskimins presented at the Energy Advisory Board meeting in Garfield County, Colorado earlier this month. The Glenwood Business Journal ran this piece on her informing remarks.
August 21, 2012
Denver TV stations cover Mines 'M' Climb
Two Denver TV stations covered the annual Mines 'M' Climb. See the stories from KUSA and KMGH .
August 21, 2012
7 News features a record-setting fundraising year for Mines
Colorado School of Mines reported a record-setting year for fundraising with more than $32.5 million in private contributions. 7 News Denver featured the story. Read more about the private contributions to Mines here.
August 13, 2012
Golden Transcript features humanitarian efforts of former Mines quarterback
"It was some four years ago that David Pesek and Mike Kmita shared an experience that was both educational and life-changing. The pair was among eight individuals from Colorado who traveled to Afghanistan to help build a school and a clinic in a ....
August 10, 2012
Newsweek ranks Mines no. 10 in list of most affordable schools
Newsweek ranked Colorado School of Mines no. 10 in its list of the 25 most affordable schools in the nation. The ranking was derived from debt, total cost, financial aid and future earnings.
August 6, 2012
9News features the Technology Academy hosted by Mines
9News features the Technology Academy, an initiative to get low-income students interested in science and math. The Bridge Project organized the Technology Academy in conjunction with Colorado School of Mines.
August 1, 2012
Frontline interviews Mines expert
Associate Professor Ron Cohen was interviewed for a Frontline documentary examining the controversy surrounding the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska.
Nature interviews Corby Anderson, a metallurgical engineer at Mines, for a piece examining Japanese and Vietnamese efforts to break China's near monopoly on the rare earth industry.
July 13, 2012
MSNBC features space mining symposium at Mines
"Mining the plentiful resources of the moon and near-Earth asteroids could alter the course of human history, adding trillions of dollars to the world economy and spurring our species' spread out into the solar system, a new breed of space ....
June 28, 2012
7 News covers Mines study on wildfires and drinking water quality
7 News highlighted a new study conducted by Mines Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate students last semester that details how wildfires can be detrimental to drinking water quality and suggests what municipalities could do to respond to the ....
June 27, 2012
CBS 4 features Mines alum who designs Ping golf clubs
Marty Jertson graduated from Colorado School of Mines in 2002 with a mechanical engineering degree. Today he's applying his education to the game of golf, designing clubs for Ping. CBS 4 Denver highlighted Jerston in a recent piece.