GOLDEN, CO, July 25, 2014—Twenty-eight incoming Colorado School of Mines freshmen participated in the 2014 Challenge Program, a four-week summer session that serves as a bridge between high school and college for historically underrepresented
It was a first for Mines when Linda Battalora, associate teaching professor in the Department of Petroleum Engineering, presented her research on bone density and fracture risk in HIV-infected adults at the Joint Session of the 14th European AIDS
GOLDEN, Colo., July 23, 2014 – Colorado School of Mines researchers have been awarded a $420,000 grant from the Biomaterials Program in the Division of Materials Research of the National Science Foundation to overcome a key challenge in renewable
Mechanical engineering graduate student Daniel Storjohann fabricates ceramic fuel cells in the Colorado Fuel Cell Center at Colorado School of Mines.(Photo Credit: Neal Sullivan)
GOLDEN, Colo., July 21, 2014 – A team of two metallurgical and
A team of Mines computer science students engaged in a field session this summer that focused not only on advanced software engineering, but also on developing a product with a philanthropic mission.
The Giving Child Organization presented a
There’s a pretty good chance that if you see two people practicing acrobatic partner yoga (acroyoga) on Kafadar Commons, one of them is physics teaching assistant Michelle Griffith. Griffith, who graduated from Mines with an engineering physics