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  • Mines students get an insider's view on Korea
    Colorado School of Mines students received an insider’s view of the brewing crisis between the United States and North Korea when they video-conferenced with an American scholar who just returned from …
  • Mines symposium tackles Flint water crisis
    Colorado School of Mines is hosting a film screening, panel discussion and keynote speaker in a two-day symposium on the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engi …
  • Honors and Scholars Director focused on Mines+ experiences
    Helping students have a “Mines-plus” experience—a broader undergraduate career that allows students to follow their passions beyond the traditional curriculum—has long been a mission of Toni Lefton. A …
  • Amery to lead Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Division
    The new director of the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) Division is looking to grow the programs and facilitate the ambitions of its faculty and students. Hussein A. Amery was appointed di …
  • Humanitarian engineering at Mines reaches new heights
    The Humanitarian Engineering Program at the Colorado School of Mines is evolving. Having originated as a minor offered through the Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies (now the Division …
  • Mines recognizes excellent faculty in annual forum
    Colorado School of Mines celebrated its outstanding faculty at its annual Faculty Forum, held May 3, 2017, in Friedhoff Hall. Geology and Geological Engineering Professor Kamini Singha received the De …
  • Mines recognizes innovation and entrepreneurship
    A team of first-year students took the $25,000 top prize in an annual challenge sponsored by Newmont Mining Corporation for a product inspired by a popular comic book hero, while an assistant professo …
  • ConocoPhillips & WE2ST Center debut video
    In its third academic year, the ConocoPhillips Center for a Sustainable WE2ST (Water-Energy Education, Science and Technology) was formed to promote the sustainability of unconventional energy product …
  • Mines among Top 20 Ethics Bowl college teams nationwide
      Mines was one of 37 teams to compete in the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl last weekend, finishing in 13th place after the tiebreaker round.   Prior to the competition, each team was given a s …
  • Mines hosts NSF-funded workshop on underground resources, society
      A three-day NSF-sponsored workshop will bring to Mines 20 of the world’s top scholars focused on the societal aspects of mining and other extractive processes.   “STS Underground: Investigating the …
  • Mines professor wins Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Italy
    Tina Gianquitto, an associate professor in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Division (formerly Liberal Arts and International Studies) at Colorado School of Mines was awarded a Fulbright Scho …
  • Mines Ethics Bowl team earns a bid to the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl
      A team of Colorado School of Mines students competed at the Rocky Mountain Regional Ethics Bowl, hosted by Mines on November 12, and will advance to the national competition. This is the second year …
  • Mines hikes to help Nepal
    Mines students volunteering as part of Hike for Help. This winter break, 16 Mines students will spend their three-week vacation volunteering in Khumbu Valley, Nepal, constructing a public restroom fac …
  • Faculty, industry connect on corporate social responsibility
    Liberal Arts and International Studies Assistant (LAIS) Professor Jessica Smith and Postdoctoral Scholar Nicole Smith recently hosted a workshop for engineering professors who are integrating corporat …
  • Catherine Skokan named ASEE Fellow
      Emerita Associate Professor Cathy Skokan has been named a fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) at the society’s annual conference this week in New Orleans.  Founded in 189 …