#idigmines Giving Day is back! Join us on February 7 to show your Mines love and support for the campus causes you dig the most. Campus departments and programs will vie for bonus funding and matching incentives, all totaling more than $100,000!
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.
Learn more in the latest issue of Mines Magazine.
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 materials cycle in the latest issue of Research Magazine
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- Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Campus Closed January 21, 2019
Campus will be closed to celebrate MLK Day. Have a wonderful three-day weekend!
- Physics colloquium-“Assessing The Many Skills Used to Solve Complex Problems” January 22, 2019
Wendy Adams CSM Physics Department and Teach@Mines Abstract: While working to develop and assessment of problem solving skills, we have empirically identified over 40 distinct sub-skills that affect …
- The Joe Eazor Executive in Residence Seminar Series: Week 1 January 22, 2019
YOUR LIFE PROBABLY WON’T TURN OUT THE WAY YOU THINK IT WILL 4 – 5:30 PM | MZ 126 Presented by: Stuart Bennett, retired dentist Christopher Herndon, Councilman, City of Denver
- Van Tuyl Lecture: USGS January 24, 2019
USGS Presentation Topic: Unconventional Rocks Abstract: U.S. Geological Survey is presenting on “unconventional rocks” recovered from the Moon during NASA’s Apollo Program. The presentation begins wi …
- Chemistry Seminar Series: Connecting Protein Structure, Function, and Interfacial Dynamics with Single-Molecule Methods January 25, 2019
Prof. Joel Kaar, Assoc. Prof. Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering UC – Boulder Host: Domaille
- $100K in bonus funding up for grabs at #idigmines Giving Day
Which of Mines’ 29 campus departments or programs will get the biggest share of the #idigmines Giving Day bonus funding and other matching incentives, all totaling more than $100,000? Mark you …
- Data center wins Henderson Mine Sustainability Challenge
A data center and technology campus that takes advantage of the cool, dry climate at 10,300 feet was the winning idea in the inaugural Henderson Sustainability Challenge. Colorado School of Mines stud …
- High-res images of Martian ice caps may reveal climate history
A Colorado School of Mines professor has been awarded funding from NASA to develop the highest-resolution 3D images ever of what lies in the interior of Mars' polar ice caps. "Just like on E …