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
GOLDEN, Colo., June 13, 2014 – Colorado School of Mines will host the yearly analysis meeting of the Pierre Auger Observatory collaboration June 16-20.
The Pierre Auger Cosmic Ray Observatory (situated in the Mendoza province, Argentina) is studying
GOLDEN, Colo., June 3, 2014 – As part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative to drive down the cost of solar-based power generation, Colorado School of Mines, in partnership with Abengoa and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory,
Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate student Skylar Zilliox received an Engineering Physics degree from Mines in the spring, but this was not her first degree. She also received a bachelor associate degree in Liberal Arts from St. John’s
Geophysical engineering student Austin Bistline details his experiences during the two-week Geophysics Field Camp in Pagosa Springs, CO.
Monday, May 12
Today we gathered at Mines campus to leave for Pagosa Springs, CO. It was snowing quite heavily
CCD President Everette Freeman and Mines President M.W. Scoggins
GOLDEN, Colo., May 29, 2014 – Colorado School of Mines President M.W. Scoggins and Community College of Denver President Everette Freeman today formalized an agreement between the two
May 16, 2014 -- Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will be on the University of Colorado Boulder campus May 16 to sign into law SB14-001, a $2 million appropriation to help fund the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory that involves three state