Humanities & Design


Microbes, pasta, oil and water were the recipe for first place in this fall’s CECS Senior Design Trade Fair by Team OG Effluent Solutions, who built an active filtration system using microbes to treat
The Colorado School of Mines team “McBride McEthics” won first place during the recent Rocky Mountain Regional Ethics Bowl held on the Mines campus. The bowl, an activity of the Ethics Across Campus
C hemical and biochemical engineering students Corey Brugh and Mallory Britz are leading 32 freshmen as part of new themed-learning community, Engineering Grand Challenges. Incorporating elements of
GOLDEN, Colo., Sept. 2, 2015 – Jessica Smith, Hennebach Assistant Professor of Energy Policy in Liberal Arts and International Studies, has been awarded a $450,000 grant from the National Science
As part of a summer workshop hosted by Colorado School of Mines, 18 of the top female first year students from the Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi participated in a hands-on “Engineering by Doing”
Geology student Alyssa Schwarz wrote this placard for the photographer Vittorio Sella gelatin silver print, titled 'Weisshorn and Mischable from Summit of Castor, Mt. Rosa.' (as seen in the Foothills
The Humanitarian Engineering program at Colorado School of Mines has begun leading workshops on the issue of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the education of engineers. Liberal Arts and
Imagine a 10,000-square-foot “food hub” that would allow Golden residents access to local foods from Front Range farmers. Eileen Regan, an active member of Golden Farming Cooperative (GoFarm), asked
GOLDEN, Colo., April 21, 2015 – Five graduate students in the Colorado School of Mines Engineering and Technology Management master’s program have launched a start-up company to improve and expand
Colorado School of Mines geophysical engineering student Bradley Wilson does more than study earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. As an avid photographer, he enjoys finding ways to apply scientific