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Let’s make the sesquicentennial edition of #idigmines Giving Day the most successful ever! 
The two institutions to collaborate on projects involved with energy storage, high-temperature fuel cells, geothermal energy systems, nuclear fuel cycle and reactor engineering, environmental science, and next-generation mining science and engineering.
Mines alumni Steve Sparkowich ’89 and Daniel Wright ’21 work on the inert anode team at the green steel startup Boston Metal.
The District is home to one of the largest collections of innovation and maker spaces on any university campus in the U.S.
The two-day event on Jan. 30-31 offers myriad opportunities for Mines students to network with potential employers from a variety of industries.
Pei, a civil and environmental engineering associate professor, was honored by Engineering News-Record for his research on wood structures and their resiliency in earthquakes
Building on an indelible legacy, Mines continues to provide industry with the technology — and leaders — needed for the next 150 years and beyond.
Michael Coors ‘06 has been appointed to the Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees by Gov. Jared Polis. Coors, a Mines alum, will serve a four-year term on the board through December 2027. Coors
Front Range Team, which includes Mines students Kenneth Liang and Chris Tolton, was one of eight groups named winners in the second and final round of the NASA Entrepreneurs Challenge 2023.
Mines will be celebrating its sesquicentennial with special events and activities throughout 2024, starting with Founders Week in February.