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Jeeva Senthilnathan, a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering, is one of this year’s recipients of the Diana Award. Senthilnathan was recognized for founding Privando, a youth-led, all-female
The Peace Corps Prep certificate program at Mines, the first of its kind for engineering students in Colorado, prepares students for international development work.
The Graduate Certificate in Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) will offer a fully online curriculum designed specifically for those who want to strengthen and expand their breadth of knowledge in CCUS strategies, technologies and policy decisions.
Mines students Julia Harvey and Brett Yoder explain their innovative approach for recycling 3D printer filament.
Mines held commencement ceremonies over three days, celebrating graduate and undergraduates students in the Spring 2021 class, as well as graduates from the Class of 2020, who returned for an in-person celebration.
One year after graduating, the Class of 2020 returned to the Mines campus for an in-person commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 15.
Mines conferred a total of 884 bachelor’s degrees during two outdoor ceremonies May 14 at Marv Kay Stadium. Class of 2020 graduates are also being welcomed back to campus for an in-person celebration on Saturday, May 15.
During an in-person ceremony May 13, Mines awarded a total of 28 doctoral and 273 master’s degrees to Spring 2021 graduates. Undergraduate Commencement will be held Friday, May 14 with outdoor ceremonies at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., followed by a special celebration for Class of 2020 graduates on Saturday, May 15.
Winning the semester-long design challenge – and the $1,000 grand prize – was a solution to improve spatial awareness for hearing impaired cyclists.
Using computer vision, artificial intelligence and radar, the gestr Hazard Notification System not only allows the cyclist to know danger is ahead, but where the danger is coming from.