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Morrison, a competitive triathlete who began her sports journey in speedskating, talked about her career path and athletics, as well as her research in drug development and carbon recycling
The J. Don ’55 and Lois Thorson Capstone Lab will provide a dedicated space for Capstone Design@Mines projects.
The Payne Institute for Public Policy at Colorado School of Mines has been named one of the world’s top think tanks by the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania. The Payne Institute
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I chose to come to Mines because of the supportive facilities and learning environment. Also because Mines graduates
Colorado School of Mines is included in Colleges Worth Your Money, a new list of 150 colleges and universities selected because of their value to prospective students. Using different factors, such as
Bruce Grewcock ‘76 and Judith Zee Steinberg will each serve a four-year term through December 2024. Current Trustee Jesus Salazar '02 was also reappointed to a second four-year term.
The ASEE Diversity Recognition Program publicly recognizes those engineering and engineering technology colleges that make significant, measurable progress in increasing the diversity, inclusion and degree attainment outcomes of their programs.
“Hybrid perovskite photovoltaics are one of the most promising new technologies and have made gains in champion cell performance at astronomical rates. However, stability remains a show-stopper for the technology,” said Angus Rockett, professor and head of the Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department.
The annual awards recognize Mines faculty, students ands staff who develop innovative programs or policies that enhance diversity on campus, foster understanding and respect for diversity within the campus community, and initiate interactions between people of different backgrounds.
One of the earliest cyberattacks on a university happened right here at Colorado School of Mines more than 20 years ago. It was this attack that inspired Elizabeth Van Wie Davis, professor of international politics and policy in the Division of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, to write her newest book, “Shadow Warfare: Cyberwar Policy in the United States, Russia, and China.”