Student Highlights

Team of ME and CS students takes first place at SB Hacks

Team of ME and CS students takes first place at SB Hacks

A team of ME and CS students from Mines took first place at SB Hacks VI, an annual hackathon hosted at University of California, Santa Barbara. The winning team included Mines students Parker ... Read more

Peter Weddle

Peter Weddle

Peter Weddle, PhD in mechanical engineering, is the winner of the Fall 2019 Dr. Bhakta Rath and Sushama Rath Research Award. The honor recognizes the Mines doctoral graduate whose thesis ... Read more

Bradley Jesteadt

Bradley Jesteadt

Bradley Jesteadt is a combined bachelor's and master's student in mechanical engineering. From building an exoskeleton suit in the Robotics Club to designing an advanced lunar rover wheel for the Read more

Michael Byckovski

Michael Byckovski

Michael Byckovski is an undergraduate student in mechanical engineering, with an eye on the Engineering Management master's program as a next step. Michael took advantage of a co-op opportunity ... Read more

Chase Clayton

Chase Clayton

Chase Clayton is proof that a little hard work will get you where you want to go. Chase is graduating with a BS in mechanical engineering in December 2019. Mines was his dream school, and when he Read more

Claire Teklitz

Claire Teklitz

Claire Teklitz is an undergraduate student in mechanical engineering and has found the path to her dream job in aerospace. Claire interned with United Launch Alliance and will be going to work ... Read more

Brain-controlled wheelchair

Brain-controlled wheelchair

A team of three mechanical engineering students and one computer science student won an award for producing the best project built entirely during the 30-hour hackathon and designed solely with ... Read more

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