STEM

Colorado School of Mines, in conjunction with the University of Colorado and Colorado State University, will host an event Friday, Nov. 8 to introduce Colorado veterans to employment opportunities
A team of Colorado School of Mines educators and researchers has been awarded nearly $2 million in National Science Foundation funding to develop online learning opportunities that empower the
GE Girls Camp is designed to encourage girls to explore the world of science, technology, engineering, math and STEM-based careers. The program started in 2011 in partnership with MIT and has since
A new summer camp at Colorado School of Mines hopes to inspire the next generation to think below the surface. Through the support of the University Transportation Center-Underground Transportation
Approximately 40 Denver-area middle school girls began a free, weeklong camp about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) today, participating in the first-ever iteration of the GE Girls
Take a slice of the Earth’s surface and it might look a little like the tabletop sand tanks that a group of local high school students experimented with during a visit to Colorado School of Mines.
Amy Landis, presidential faculty fellow for access, attainment and diversity at Colorado School of Mines, has been invited to speak about diversity in STEM at the 2018 American Association for the
When Kate Smits was an engineering student at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, she struggled to find a mentor. She had great professors and a great experience overall. But she never
A solar system learning park designed by a group of Mines students could soon come to life in Denver’s Northeast Park Hill neighborhood. The students of Team Naztek designed the scaled solar system –
During this year’s Women in Technology Conference , the Colorado Technology Association presented the very first Million Women Mentors ’ (MWM) Stand Up For STEM Colorado Award to Tracy Camp, head of