Students


A team of Colorado School of Mines students have received funding from NASA to design and test a near-term solution to one of the biggest (smallest) challenges to future lunar exploration: Moon dust.
“This competition really required us to connect what we have learned throughout our courses and apply it to a real-world situation,” mining engineering senior Samantha McLeary said.
Engineering & Technology Management students Amanda Field and Claire Knight hope their designs can help "change the stigma around what an engineer is 'supposed' to look like."
Colorado School of Mines will join organizations, businesses and individuals across Colorado today in a statewide Day of Remembrance event to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Colorado.
Of the Colorado School of Mines graduates who entered the workforce, close to half are employed in energy, aerospace or high tech industries, according to the 2019-2020 Annual Report from the Mines Career Center.
The Quantitative Biosciences and Engineering bachelor’s degree is built for students interested in pre-med and a host of new and emerging biological fields.
“Hybrid perovskite photovoltaics are one of the most promising new technologies and have made gains in champion cell performance at astronomical rates. However, stability remains a show-stopper for the technology,” said Angus Rockett, professor and head of the Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department.
Two Colorado School of Mines students won awards in the virtual Fall 2020 Student Speaking Symposium hosted by ASM International.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Engineering and Management Science will begin enrolling students in the fall of 2021.
Colorado School of Mines’ Computer Science Department has received funding from Google to create a mentorship program to encourage undergraduate students from underrepresented groups to pursue graduate education and research in computer science.