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Incoming Colorado School of Mines student Xavier Cotton will arrive on campus this fall with some serious engineering design competition experience already under his belt. The engineering student, who
For the past 100 years, Mines has been graduating the world’s top petroleum engineers and been at the forefront of educating generations of energy leaders.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I chose to come to Mines because it is the home of the only graduate degree program in Underground Construction and
Jamal Rostami, Timothy J. Haddon/Alacer Gold Chair in Mining Engineering, has been honored with the 2022 Outstanding Educator Award from the Underground Construction Association (UCA), a division of
A team from Colorado School of Mines took top honors at the American Society of Civil Engineers' national surveying competition, besting 12 collegiate engineering teams from the U.S. and India. The
Five university teams from around the world descended on the Mines campus June 2-3 to demonstrate the systems they designed and built for moving lunar dirt, or regolith, around the Moon’s surface.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I came to seek a better education while getting exposed to different cultures. I enjoyed the weather and mountains of
Four Mines professors will teach, conduct research and carry out professional projects around the world over the coming year after being selected as Fulbright Scholars.
A new frontier in lunar technology will be on display June 2-3 in a parking lot on the edge of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I chose to come to Mines because I wanted to attend a college that would challenge me. I was also drawn to the smaller