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Lauren Miller, a master’s student in geological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been honored with the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from the National Association of Geoscience
An interdisciplinary team of Mines faculty and students is working to develop strategies to implement 3-D printing faster and more efficiently within the U.S. Army’s ground vehicle fleet.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis joined Andrew Forrest, founder and executive chairman of Australia-based Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), to announce FFI’s decision to establish a Technology Hub in Colorado that will create more than 150 local jobs.
The national honor recognizes U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The global student design competition addresses a topic of increasing practical concern as humans move toward a sustainable presence on the Moon’s surface — how to move lunar soil, or regolith.
A Colorado School of Mines alum, Morgan took the reins of the state government agency in September. He previously served as CGS’ Deputy Director and Senior Research Geologist.
Mines students will have the opportunity to network with even more job recruiters at the virtual Fall Career Day on Sept. 21.
"The most recent rankings are just another testament to the fact that Colorado School of Mines continues to deliver a high-quality and distinctive education to our students," said Lori Kester, associate provost for enrollment management.
Jeff Ackerman, teaching associate professor of mechanical engineering, and colleagues at Purdue University won $1 million for the EASI RIDER – Efficient, Accessible and Safe Interaction in a Real Integrated Design Environment for Riders with disabilities.
The PE Hall of Fame will recognize alumni, faculty and supporters for their contributions to the oil and gas industry and to the Mines Petroleum Engineering Department.