News & Events
[Apr 21 2015]PhD student receives $155k nuclear energy research grant GOLDEN, Colo., April 21, 2015 – A PhD candidate in chemical engineering has been awarded $155,000 over three years to investigate new ways of separating a ...more
[Apr 21 2015]Mines launches Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning Meet Sam Spiegel, the director of the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL) at Colorado School of Mines. The center—started by Applied Mathematics ...more
[Apr 20 2015]Mines entrepreneurs develop veteran-friendly startup focused on durable pop-up shelters GOLDEN, Colo., April 21, 2015 – Five graduate students in the Colorado School of Mines Engineering and Technology Management master’s program have launched ...more
[Apr 20 2015]Mines Earth Resources Institute awards research mini-grants GOLDEN, Colo., April 20, 2015 – The Colorado School of Mines Earth Resources Institute has announced the award of mini-grants to four teams of Mines researchers. ...more
[Apr 17 2015]Mines to celebrate Earth Day with campus block party on April 24 GOLDEN, Colo., April 17, 2015 – Mines student group, EarthWorks, will be hosting an Earth Day celebration April 24 1-4 p.m. on Kafadar Commons. ...more
[Apr 17 2015]Assoc. Teaching Prof. Persichetti quoted in Boulder Weekly article about pyrolysis ...more
Colorado School of Mines announces
finalist for president
The Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees announced today that Paul C. Johnson is the finalist for president of Colorado School of Mines.
Johnson has served as dean and executive dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University since 2006. He also holds the position of professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and Built Environment. He is an internationally recognized scholar whose research in soil and groundwater remediation and risk assessment are foundations for widely applied technologies and regulatory guidance. Johnson is the co-author of 12 U.S. patents and has received numerous awards recognizing the impact of his research and contributions to the groundwater profession.
Johnson was selected from a group of candidates recommended to the board by a 16-member search committee comprised of faculty, staff, students, alumni and board members. READ MORE
Position Description and Updates
For more Mines news, visit: