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Juliet Akamboe, a graduate student in the Mineral and Energy Economics program at Colorado School of Mines, has been recognized as one of the 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining in 2022.
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Geophysics faculty, students and alumni at Colorado School of Mines are looking below the surface to enable innovation in energy, infrastructure, space exploration — and beyond.
Kevin Cash, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, is among the 21 early career researchers on 10 multidisciplinary teams to receive funding through
Through the new federally funded college prep program, students at Jeffco Public Schools' Alameda International Jr./Sr. High School will receive targeted support to strengthen their math and science skills to prepare them for post-secondary studies.
The National Association of State Land Reclamationists (NASLR) has selected Adam Keating, a master’s student in the Natural Resources and Energy Policy program at Colorado School of Mines, to receive its 2022 President’s Award.
In 2022, Mines was listed as a best-of-best military-friendly school for the fifth straight year by U.S. Veterans Magazine.
The decorated distance runner and student researcher is the first Mines student-athlete to reach the finals for the prestigious national award. NCAA will announce the winner at its annual convention in January.
Jon A. Leydens, professor of humanities, arts and social sciences at Colorado School of Mines, has received the Sterling Olmsted Award from the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).
The International Student Council hosted its annual celebration of the many cultures represented on the Mines campus Nov. 5