Women's Soccer Plays for Regional Title
Mines women's soccer team competes for the NCAA Division II Central Region championship this Friday in Denver. Ranked #3, they go up against top ranked Metro State. The winner of Friday's game goes on to play in the nationals quarterfinals.
Please Note: Due to teams advancing into the NCAA Championship playoffs, there will not be a Silver and Blue Luncheon at the Old Capitol Grill on Friday.
The alumni association's 2010 membership campaign is in full swing and membership packets are in the mail. Join or renew by December 31 to claim your 2009 tax deduction. You may respond online by clicking here.
Science Magazine Highlights Hydrates Research
Gas hydrates are a vast untapped energy reserve found in the ocean and permafrost. They are also a potential storage medium for hydrogen fuel or sequestering carbon dioxide. Reporting on groundbreaking research, Science
magazine recently published a paper titled “Microsecond Simulations of Spontaneous Methane Hydrate Nucleation and Growth” by Colorado School of Mines doctoral graduate student Matthew Walsh, and faculty and co-directors of the Center for Hydrate Research (CHR), Carolyn Koh, E. Dendy Sloan, Amadeu Sum, and David Wu. >More
Patrick Taylor '74, PhD '78 to Receive Award from Minerals, Metals & Materials Society
Patrick Taylor, George S. Ansell Distinguished Professor of Chemical Metallurgy and director of the Kroll Institute for Extractive Metallurgy (KIEM) at Mines, has been awarded the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society’s 2010 Extraction & Processing Distinguished Service Award. This award recognizes outstanding long-term service to industry by consistently providing technical and/or operating knowledge that has enhanced competitiveness. The award will be presented in February at the society’s annual meeting in Seattle.
Halliburton Foundation Gives $35,000
Halliburton Foundation Inc. made a $35,000 gift to Colorado School of Mines that will support graduate and undergraduate students in the Geology and Geological Engineering Department and the Minority Engineering Program’s outreach initiatives. Over the past three decades, Halliburton's support for Colorado School of Mines has totaled more than $1.6 million. >More
>Mines launches new energy minor
'04 may soon compete in Ultimate Fighting's heavyweight championship. Interview by Raj Giri '03. >More
2010 Grand Canyon Adventure Raft Trip
SOLD OUT, BUT JOIN THE WAITING LIST
July 18-25, 2010
Trip Leader: Steve Sonnenberg PhD '81, professor of geology. See these photos of previous trip. To be placed on a waiting list, email email@example.com or call 303.273.3424.
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