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The Responsible Gas Initiative is an interdisciplinary effort that spans departments to be a leader in the future of responsibly produced and delivered gas.
Fostering a signature student experience at Colorado School of Mines, with deliberate professional development, best-in-class student success outcomes and return on investment, is one of the core pillars of the MINES@150 Strategic Plan.
Despite weighing nearly four times more than the average canoe, the Mines Concrete Canoe team has no plans to join Davy Jones’ locker after their performance in April.
Four celebrations — two for undergraduates, one for PhD and master's degree candidates, and one for Class of 2020 alumni — will be held outdoors May 13-15 following the latest state and local health and safety guidelines for graduation ceremonies.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I came to Mines because it is the only engineering school in the country where you can study ski lifts! Mines is home
Through additive manufacturing, a Colorado School of Mines led team is helping the U.S. Army improve performance and lower cost in their ground vehicle fleet
We know that most natural landscapes are able to recover after even the most severe burns, but not much is known about exactly how that happens within the soil itself. John Spear, professor of civil
An apartment-style residence hall for sophomores and upper-class students, 1750 Jackson has received the highest certification given to sustainable building projects by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I became interested in Colorado School of Mines because of its amazing reputation in the community. Once I was able to
Sadie Jonson, a Mines sophomore majoring in geological engineering, has been selected to present at the 2021 Posters on the Hill, a highly selective event that gives college students the chance to share their research with federal legislators.