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.
U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, the long-time congressman for Colorado's 7th District, was the distinguished speaker at today's ceremony. A total of 277 Orediggers were granted bachelor's degrees — including 11 members of the Mines football team playing in the NCAA DII Football Championship Game on Saturday.
“I really wanted to explore how the things we build and design impact the people they are actually made for,” said Peyton Gibson ’17.
A team that restored a 1927 Caterpillar Crawler Tractor for Lakewood Heritage Belmar Park took first at the annual design showcase at Mines.
Mines will play Ferris State on Dec. 17 in McKinney, Texas, for the national title. The game kicks off at noon Central Time (11 a.m. MT) and will air live on ESPNU.
For Trevor Bachand ’22, cofounding a startup was a scary but rewarding process, and it was Mines’ available resources and support that helped guide him through starting and running a business.
For the first time, the NCAA Division II semifinals come to Golden as Super Region 4 champion Colorado School of Mines hosts Super Region 1 winner Shepherd on Dec. 10 for the right to a spot in the national final.
The MOU between the two universities establishes a framework for collaboration on multiple fronts, including research, student and faculty learning and professional experiences.
Colorado School of Mines will celebrate its Fall 2022 Commencement on Dec. 16 with ceremonies for undergraduates and graduates.
Dillon Powell's individual title set the pace for Mines history as the Oredigger men won their third NCAA Division II Men's Cross Country national championship since 2015, and Mines' women finished third in the nation.