Mines Magazine: Fall 2023

If there's one thing to know about Mines graduates it's that they love to create, be it a new technology, a new business or a piece of art. Mark Walden ’18, Makenzie Parimuha ’18 and Dalton Metz ’20, the founding members of Golden, Colorado-based Shark Box Theatre Company, are no exception.
An e-waste recycling project in Bogotá, Columbia, gave Mines students an opportunity to not only practice their technical skills but also to learn from the communities they are supporting and understand the value of engaging local stakeholders in projects.
As Meta’s head of responsible supply chain sustainability, Leslie Collins ’98 leads a team that strives to ensure safe, healthy and fair working conditions in the company’s global hardware supply chain.
Paul Anderson ’85 has worked on countless high-profile, high-impact aerospace projects over the last 37 years at Lockheed Martin
A geologist by training, Teresa Johnson ’10, MS ’15 combines science, art and sustainability through the personal and home decor brand Terra Persona.
Many industries are turning to cyber-physical technologies, like the mining industry using robotics, automation and other advanced systems, to change the ways in which we source and extract minerals. Colorado School of Mines and its graduates are stepping up to the challenge.