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- Mines economics team takes 2nd in energy case competition
A team of Colorado School of Mines graduate students earned second place in the Columbia University Energy Symposium’s 3rd Annual Case Competition on Feb. 1. The team of August Steinbeck, Phillip Ruba …
- Innovation reigns supreme at 2018 Newmont Challenge
The 2018 HackMines Newmont Innovation Challenge will take place Feb. 3, with student teams collaborating to solve problems centered around two themes: finding mineral deposits that have thus far elude …
- MLK Jr. Recognition Awards honor campus advocates
Three Colorado School of Mines community members received Martin Luther King Jr. Recognition Awards at a luncheon on January 17. Louisa Duley, assistant director of admissions; Kristine Callan, physic …
- Student-designed solar system park gets funding commitment
A solar system learning park designed by a group of Mines students could soon come to life in Denver’s Northeast Park Hill neighborhood. The students of Team Naztek designed the scaled solar system …
- Carreón honored by magazine for innovative research work
Moisés Carreón, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was one of 10 successful Mexican personalities in the United States featured in the September 20 …
- Wu wins NSF CAREER award for GPU multitasking research
Bo Wu, assistant professor of computer science at Colorado School of Mines, has received a NSF CAREER Award to develop techniques to support multitasking in graphics processing unit (GPU) computing. W …
- Graves to receive first Women in Energy Pinnacle Award
Ramona Graves, dean of the College of Earth Resource Sciences and Engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been chosen to receive the inaugural Pinnacle Award from Oil and Gas Investor. The honor, …
- Tilton wins NSF CAREER award to model, improve feed spacers
Nils Tilton, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award to develop a computational fluid dynamics model to impro …