Colorado School of Mines’ No. 1 world-ranked mining engineering program has received a historic $7.5 million investment from alum J. Steven Whisler and his wife, Ardyce, of Whitefish, Montana.
This year, there’s more than $110,000 in bonus and matching funds up for grabs for our featured causes, thanks to our Lead Challengers Andrew P. ‘78 and Sherry P. Swiger and other generous Mines donors.
Established in 2021, the designations from the Colorado Department of Higher Education recognize institutions of higher education for their work to end hunger and address the mental health needs of their students.
In this new role, Lattanner will lead efforts to advance awareness of Mines’ world-leading research and support productive relationships with the U.S. government and federal agencies.
Deborah Peacock ’78 is the president of an intellectual property firm that specializes in legal issues within the spaceflight and aerospace industries.
Colorado School of Mines geology students and faculty have access to advanced software for structural modeling and restoration, thanks to an educational license gift from Petroleum Experts Ltd. valued
Through the SIF, academic and industry partners, along with current faculty, students and alumni, can more easily access the university's world-class research equipment and instrumentation, as well as the technical expertise to use them.
Whether you’re new to Mines or a long-time member of the Oredigger community, here are some of the Mines moments from 2022 we think are worth remembering.
Originally organized as an alumni fundraiser, the annual golf tournament now contributes to an endowment that provides funds for Mines student scholarships.
The honor, which recognizes the Colorado School of Mines doctoral graduate whose thesis demonstrates the greatest potential for societal impact, was presented during Fall 2022 Graduate Commencement on Dec. 16.