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Daniel Scarbrough, a PhD candidate in applied physics at Colorado School of Mines, was named runner up in the JenLab Young Investigator Award at SPIE Photonics West. Photonics West is the largest
More than 300 companies and organizations were represented at the spring recruitment event, which was held over two days for the first time in Mines history.
Kurtis Griess '08 MS '10G recently helped Mines write a winning grant to create a program between the university and Jeffco Public School’s Alameda International Junior/Senior High School.
Led by Mines' Nicole Smith, the goal of the partnership is to identify best practices specific to the colored stone industry and improve transparency and traceability, ethics, environmental sustainability, and human rights.
The Mines team will compete at the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl National Championship in March
Mines researchers and alumni are at the forefront of U.S. water management challenges, working on mitigation, water reuse, new water systems, alternative renewable energy and more.
Mines' Jeff Squier and CSU's Randy Bartels were recently awarded a $1.2 million grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to build the electronics and light detectors fast enough to capture and count single photons.
Colorado School of Mines’ No. 1 world-ranked mining engineering program has received a historic $7.5 million investment from alum J. Steven Whisler and his wife, Ardyce, of Whitefish, Montana.
More than 25 C-MAPP industry partners judged the research projects, networked with students and presented valuable advice regarding job interviewing and potential career paths.
This year, there’s more than $110,000 in bonus and matching funds up for grabs for our featured causes, thanks to our Lead Challengers Andrew P. ‘78 and Sherry P. Swiger and other generous Mines donors.