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.
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
“Education and research in engineering and science to solve the world’s challenges related to the earth, energy and the environment.”
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- Mines, Colorado Classic celebrate trailblazing women
The Women Engineering Change and Blazing Their Own Trails panel on July 26 will feature Tricia Downing, Erica Clevenger and Lauren Revis. The Colorado Classic, a four-stage women’s pro road cycling r …
- Toberer honored with Presidential Early Career Award
Eric Toberer, associate professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines, has won the U.S. Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). The PECASE is the highest honor besto …
- American Physical Society recognizes Kapit for advocacy
Eliot Kapit, associate professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded a 2019 5 Sigma Physicist Award from the American Physical Society, a leading nonprofit organization comprised …