Mines has a strong international community, with people of all backgrounds contributing to the school’s global influence and reputation. This issue of Mines Magazine has an international focus, detailing the stories of alumni living and working around the world, study abroad students, international students who come to Mines for higher education and more.
The new glass shop allows students to learn the craft of glassblowing while studying the material’s properties and the applications of glass in everyday life.
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Passion + Action = Bright Future Mines is an innovative, modern campus, working toward tackling new problems, fostering an entrepreneurial mindset and maintaining an enhanced sense of responsibility to promote positive change in the world.
The new Coorstek Center for Applied Science and Engineering provides endless opportunities for collaboration across disciplines at Mines, including a full spectrum of materials research. Learn more about this and other innovations across the materials cycle in the latest issue of Research Magazine
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- Thesis Defense: Ilham Permata April 18, 2019
ENHANCED GEOTHERMAL SYSTEM STIMULATION DESIGN AND RESERVOIR SIMULATION USING DFN-BASED NUMBERICAL MODELING: NEWBERRY EGS CASE STUDY Student’s Name: Ilham Permata Student’s Dep …
- Hennebach Program: Confluence: Film Screening and Discussion April 19, 2019
Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Division Hennebach Program Presents Confluence – Film Screening and Discussion with Ben Barron In the fall of 2016, the four members of the indie folk band …
- Chevron Short Course Series: Microseismic Fundamentals and Applications April 19, 2019
Only available to PE Seniors. Presented by Dr. Jon McKenna, Microseismic Inc. Fundamentals of Microseismic and data interpretation with exercises (9:00 – 12:00) Microseismic applications with hands on …
- PE Distinguished Seminar Series: Flow of Complex Fluids in Porous Media: Implications for Enhanced Oil Recovery April 19, 2019
Dr. Soheil Saraji of the University of Wyoming Abstract: A common cause of failure for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques at the field scale is poor volumetric sweep of oil caused by viscous finge …
- CBE Shell Seminar Series: Steven Little, University of Pittsburgh, Controlling Controlled Release to Make Medicine That Imitates Life April 19, 2019
Steven Little of University of Pittsburgh will give a talk entitled “Controlling Controlled Release to Make Medicine That Imitates Life.”
- Earth Day Fair to showcase sustainability at Mines
Do you know what one-seventh of a metric ton of carbon dioxide looks like? Check out the Mines Earth Day Fair on Monday, April 22 to find out. The Mines Sustainability Committee, Mines Activities Co …
- Kroepsch wins 2019 AAG Professional Geographer Award
Adrianne Kroepsch, assistant professor of humanities, arts and social sciences at Colorado School of Mines, is the co-winner of the 2019 Professional Geographer Award from the Energy and Environment S …
- Mines students roll to victory in IEEE Robotics Competition
On the surface, the task facing students at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Region 5 Student Robotics Competition was simple: Design a robot that could navigate obstacles, …