Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences


In collaboration with colleagues in the United States, China and the Netherlands, Mines Assistant Professor Qin Zhu and Research Assistant Professor Rockwell Clancy are leading a project to study the
A longtime member of the Mines faculty, Woodson has taught ethics, environmental ethics and writing at the university since 1999.
One of the earliest cyberattacks on a university happened right here at Colorado School of Mines more than 20 years ago. It was this attack that inspired Elizabeth Van Wie Davis, professor of international politics and policy in the Division of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, to write her newest book, “Shadow Warfare: Cyberwar Policy in the United States, Russia, and China.”
The coronavirus pandemic prevented the world from holding its annual meeting to continue moving the Paris Agreement forward this fall, but Mines students pressed ahead in their place. In an end-of
PhD student Kyle Blount and HASS assistant professor Adrianne Kroepsch focused on collaborative problem-solving to protect water resources in the aftermath of wildfires upstream of Fort Collins, Colorado.
The National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl will be held in February during the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics annual conference in Atlanta.
“Make Waves: Water in Contemporary Literature and Film” was published this month by the University of Nevada Press.
Adrianne Kroepsch, assistant professor of humanities, arts and social sciences at Colorado School of Mines, is the co-winner of the 2019 Professional Geographer Award from the Energy and Environment
Megan Diercks, a French instructor at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded the rank of chevalier by the Order of French Academic Palms.The highest nonmilitary honor that a noncitizen can receive
Make that four years in a row – students from Colorado School of Mines have qualified for the 2019 National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl.The Mines Ethics Bowl team came in first place at the Rocky