Humanities & Design


Colorado School of Mines students received an insider’s view of the brewing crisis between the United States and North Korea when they video-conferenced with an American scholar who just returned from
A graduate student at Colorado School of Mines has been awarded a NASA research fellowship to study the use of electrochemical technology to convert the carbon dioxide found in Mars’ atmosphere into
When James Sapegin moved into Mines Park his sophomore year, the walk to class wasn’t a particularly inviting one.Standing between the apartment complex and main Colorado School of Mines campus were
Colorado School of Mines is hosting a film screening, panel discussion and keynote speaker in a two-day symposium on the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.The Department of Civil and Environmental
Helping students have a “Mines-plus” experience—a broader undergraduate career that allows students to follow their passions beyond the traditional curriculum—has long been a mission of Toni Lefton.A
Five Colorado School of Mines students have been recognized for their commitment to using engineering to help address society’s greatest challenges with scholarships from the Shultz Family Leadership
The new director of the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) Division is looking to grow the programs and facilitate the ambitions of its faculty and students.Hussein A. Amery was appointed
A team of Colorado School of Mines students have worked for the past year on a method to reduce the use mercury in small-scale gold mining and the resulting pollution, and recently presented their
A solar-powered LED system that alerts motorists to cyclists in bike lanes won the Colorado Department of Transportation’s RoadX challenge May 3, 2017, part of the spring innovation design competition
The Humanitarian Engineering Program at the Colorado School of Mines is evolving.Having originated as a minor offered through the Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies (now the Division