Kohl KnutsonSport: Skydiving
Petroleum engineering student Kohl Knutson has been skydiving for a year, and recently received an A license through the Accelerated Free Fall program for completing 25 jumps. After free falling in California, Colorado,
GOLDEN, Colo., Sept. 4, 2014 – The Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced awards totaling more than $67 million to U.S. universities including Colorado School of Mines, national laboratories, and industry for research that has the potential
Earlier this year, the Mines Campus Safety Committee set a goal to implement emergency evacuation procedures for each of the university’s academic buildings in an effort to ensure consistency in emergency preparedness campuswide.
“The main problems
Melville, NY, August 27, 2014 – AIP Publishing and Applied Physics Letters are pleased to announce the appointment of Reuben T. Collins, PhD, as the Journal’s new Editor-in-Chief beginning September 1, 2014.
“Taking on leadership of the most highly
GOLDEN, Colo., Aug. 26, 2014 – Colorado School of Mines alumni Michael R. and Patricia K. Starzer have committed $4 million to support construction of a new welcome center on the Colorado School of Mines campus at 19th and Illinois streets in Golden
Thirteen-year-old Jaden is a Colorado native and is starting his freshman year at Mines this fall majoring in applied mathematics and physics.
From a very early age, it was clear Jaden was a gifted child. He was reading proficiently at 15 months,