Rowlinson Professor of Mechanical Engineering Rob Braun and ME Associate Professor Mohsen Asle Zaeem were awarded the Mines 2021 ... Read more
From the Mines newsroom: The U.S. Army is exploring new possibilities for implementing additive manufacturing– also known as 3D ... Read more
ME Technical and Operations Manager Traci Case received the Mines 2021 Administrative Faculty Outstanding Employee of the Year Award. ... Read more
ME Assistant Professor Paulo Tabares-Velasco was awarded an American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers ... Read more
From the Mines newsroom: The enormous amount of energy required to operate commercial aircraft makes it one of the most challenging ... Read more
From the Mines Newsroom: An aerospace engineering minor, along with two other minors, will be offered in Fall 2021 after being ... Read more
ME Lab Manager Buddy Haun was awarded Mines 2020 Classified Employee of the Year. Haun was honored in a virtual award celebration on ... Read more
Professor Leslie Lamberson is part of a multi-organization collaboration that will study traumatic brain injury (TBI) in soldiers with Read more
From Mines Newsroom
- Mines researchers provide first dynamic demonstration of kinking mechanism in engineered layered ceramics
- Paulo Cesar Tabares-Velasco wins ASHRAE Distinguished Service Award
- Colorado School of Mines to launch quantum engineering minor
- Billy Beasley: "Studying and working at the Mines Ropeway Center allows me to chase my dream in a way that no other engineering school can offer."
- Taryn Tucker: "Applying all of the things I have learned in the last four years to my final project has made me realize just how well equipped I am for a career."
- Hanzelle Kleeman: "The ability to work with a diverse and experienced group has been invaluable and I am excited by how much progress is made each day."
- New on The Conveyor Podcast: Space, The Final Frontier — In Technology
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