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At its May 29 meeting, the Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees approved a tuition freeze for undergraduate, graduate, online degree programs and study abroad students. The trustees also
Dear Mines Community, For the past week, the news has been dominated by the tragic death of George Floyd and the ensuing protests, civil unrest and destruction. It has been difficult to watch and to
The new programs draw from the core areas of expertise Mines is known for — from civil and environmental engineering to extraction to materials science — to create an interdisciplinary field of study that prepares students for the next step in their careers.
The Graduate Transfer Articulation Agreement will allow Advanced Manufacturing Sciences students from MSU Denver to complete graduate degrees at Mines.
“My biggest piece of advice for students is to be proactive and not wait,” Career Center Director Wendy Winter-Searcy said.
Post-processing – the labor intensive, detailed work that must occur after an additively manufactured part is printed before it is ready for use – currently accounts for 46 percent of the cost of metal 3D printing. Overall, metal additive manufacturing is projected to be a $25 billion a year industry by 2025.
The Autonomous Surface Vehicle, a twin-propeller, battery-powered catamaran capable of being programmed or manually controlled via radio, would ferry a sensor payload between user-defined waypoints in a water reservoir.
Diego Gomez-Gualdron, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering, contributed with computational modeling to the Northwestern University-led project
A team of Mines professors have received National Science Foundation funding to develop computational tools to predict COVID-19 infections at individual and population levels.
Winning the semester-long design challenge – and the $1,000 grand prize – was a solution to optimize mosquito collection in order to improve identification accuracy and reduce the threat of mosquito-borne diseases.