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“Rarely do we see people like Coach Kay who have committed their entire life to one school and the surrounding community,” said Mines Athletics Director David Hansburg. "Marv Kay is clearly the greatest Oredigger of all time, and his legacy will live on forever in the hearts and minds of his countless friends." 
Located at the corner of 19th Street and Tangent Way, on the western edge of Mines Park, the center will serve about 104 children from the Mines community ages 6 weeks through 5 years, when it opens in 2024.
By Ashley Piccone, Special to Mines Research Magazine As the U.S. transitions to clean energy and a net-zero carbon future, renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, are becoming commonplace
Colorado School of Mines students will set aside their studies this weekend for three days of events and activities celebrating what it means to be an engineer.
Colorado School of Mines students now have a state-approved pathway to become science and math teachers – including the first university program in Colorado licensed to prepare computer science educators at the K-12 level.
Developed by Mines researchers, HALT-PFAS is widely regarded as one of most promising solutions for tackling “forever chemicals."
Colorado School of Mines and the Payne Institute for Public Policy are hosting an event April 25 in connection with the upcoming Cities Summit of the Americas featuring Jose W. Fernandez, U.S
“It proved to be a seven-year journey to isolate the first molecule containing californium(2+), but we were rewarded with chemical and physical properties that had not been anticipated,” Thomas Albrecht-Schönzart said.
Jessica Smith, professor of engineering, design and society, has spent years getting to know engineers in the field, learning about how they thought about their work in the broader context of their community and the planet.
Civil and environmental engineering researchers at Colorado School of Mines have developed a mobile system for reclaiming the cyanide used in gold processing by small-scale and artisanal miners in Peru.