This story appears in the Spring 2014 issue of Mines magazine.
Are Women the Mining Industry’s Most Underdeveloped Resource?
Once legally barred from working in mines, women have spent decades battling for a place in the industry. Today, mining
By Katerina GonzalesThe Oredigger
The E-Days carnival provides a place to eat and be merry; however, for some, the carnival is a chance to return to old stomping grounds. The Oredigger caught up with Shamus McNutt, a Mines alum and cofounder of
Former Mines PhD student and recipient of the 2014 Nicholas Metropolis Award for Outstanding Doctoral Work in Computational Physics, Michael Wall, was invited to present “Quantum many-body physics of ultracold molecules in optical lattices: models
Mines hosted the biannual Career Day Feb. 11, which featured global organizations in engineering, science and technology. More than 2,200 students, graduates and alumni attended.
“I wanted to take advantage of this opportunity because I don’t think
This story appears in the Fall/Winter 2013 issue of Mines magazine.
Seven years into his presidency, with plenty of milestones on record, a capital campaign in full swing, and some big changes on the horizon for Mines, we recently sat down with
The Mines Society of Physics Students (SPS) will be hosting the Haunted Physics Lab Oct. 26 in Friedhoff Hall in the Green Center, 924 16th St. Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. and the event will start at noon.
This family-friendly event will display
The Student Recreation Center was overflowing with students, alumni and employers during Career Day Sept. 10, despite rainy weather most of the day.
Junior Madeline Levy said she was looking forward to meeting with Phillips 66 and Chevron.
Only the second woman in the country to earn a doctorate in petroleum engineering, Ramona Graves PhD ’82 found her passion—but it wasn’t what she thought it would be.
By Lisa Marshall
On her first morning of classes at Colorado School of Mines in
How three individuals, linked by their Mines experience, supported each other through the most terrifying ordeal of their lives
By Lisa Marshall
The first rounds hit the bus with a deafening bang, prompting Nick Frazier ’03 to assume with annoyance