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Colorado School of Mines awarded a total of 49 doctorates and 302 master’s degrees during the in-person ceremony May 12. Three undergraduate ceremonies will follow May 13 to cap Mines' Spring 2022 graduation festivities.
The prestigious program — the oldest continuous graduate fellowship of its kind — provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated potential for significant achievements in the STEM disciplines.
The keynote speaker at the undergraduate ceremonies will be Jesus Salazar ‘01 MS ‘02, chairman of the Mines Board of Trustees and co-founder and CEO of Prosono.
The $360 million Cooperative Institute for Research to Operations in Hydrology aims to develop and deliver national hydrological analyses, forecast information, data and guidance to inform emergency management and water supply decisions.
The Computer Science Professional Program at Colorado School of Mines is designed to help workers in industry set themselves apart. With courses that introduce common programming languages and development structures, graduates of the flexible program leave with a strong understanding of the different ways computer science is used to solve challenges.
More specifics – and more participation in the burgeoning field of CCUS – are still needed to meet the challenge of climate change, said the director of Colorado School of Mines’ first-of-its-kind online graduate certificate in CCUS.
A licensed professional mining engineer and retired professor of practice, Filas helped develop the Professional Master in Mining Engineering and Management at Colorado School of Mines.
Beginning this fall, students from 16 Western states and territories will receive reduced tuition when enrolling in more than 50 on-campus graduate degree programs and graduate certificate programs at Colorado School of Mines.
Colorado School of Mines is featured in the fourth season of The College Tour, a TV series available to stream on Amazon Prime Video that gives an in-depth, insider look at colleges and universities around the world.
“We are happy to report that career outcomes, both in first destinations and starting salaries, remain strong, a testament to the enduring value of a Mines degree," said Wendy Winter-Searcy, director of the Mines Career Center.