SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS AT COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES

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    Roger L. Abel Endowment for Student Support in Petroleum Engineering  Roger Abel '65, petroleum engineering alumnus and friend of the school, established this fund in 2000. Abel, retired executive vice president of Occidental Petroleum Corporation, received Mines' Distinguished Achievement Medal in 1998, and has served the school in several volunteer positions. The Roger L. Abel Endowment for Student Support in Petroleum Engineering provides financial support for student employment within the Department of Petroleum Engineering. The intent of the endowment is to increase the level of support to students pursuing undergraduate work in the petroleum engineering profession, helping to alleviate foreseen shortages in the technical workforce.
    Lonnie and Gertrude Abernethy Graduate Fellowship in Ceramics The Lonnie and Gertrude Abernethy Graduate Fellowship in Ceramics was established in 2005 by Lonnie L. Abernethy, retired dean of engineering at the University of Texas-El Paso, to provide fellowship awards for graduate students at Mines. Preference for these one-year awards is given to graduate students pursuing studies in ceramics engineering at the school.
    Lonnie Lee Abernethy III Graduate Fellowship in Ceramics Fund The Lonnie Lee Abernethy III Graduate Fellowship in Ceramics was established in 2005 by Lonnie L. Abernethy, retired dean of engineering at the University of Texas-El Paso, to provide fellowship awards for graduate students at Mines. Preference for these one-year awards is given to graduate students pursuing studies in ceramics engineering at the school.
    S. E. Anderson '32 Scholarship Fund The S.E. Anderson '32 Scholarship Fund was established in 1991 through the generosity of Mr. Anderson '32, petroleum engineering alumnus and devoted friend of the school. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial assistance to needy and deserving students at Colorado School of Mines who have graduated from Denver Public Schools, with a preference for West High School graduates.
    Ralph E. Anderson Endowed Scholarship Fund The Ralph E. Anderson Endowed Scholarship was established through the generosity of Ralph E. Anderson '52, petroleum refining alumnus, respected industry leader and loyal friend of the university. Terms for the fund were amended in 2013 by Ralph's wife, Margaret Anderson. The scholarship provides financial aid in the form of scholarship awards to undergraduates enrolled at Colorado School of Mines. Preference is given to students who are pursuing degrees in chemical engineering. 
    John A. Annandale-James Memorial Scholarship Fund The John A. Annandale-James Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2009 by John's wife, Irena Annandale-James, and his longtime friend, Lawrence "Larry" Clark. Dundee Precious Metals and other individual contributions helped fund the endowment for the purpose of providing financial aid in the form of scholarship awards to undergraduate or graduate students enrolled at Colorado School of Mines.
    George S. Ansell Endowed Fellowship Fund in Metallurgy Thomas E. Taplin, loyal friend of the school, established the George S. Ansell Endowed Fellowship Fund in Metallurgy to honor the leadership and achievements of Dr. George S. Ansell, the thirteenth president of Colorado School of Mines. Engineer, educator and visionary, Ansell was president of the school from 1984 to 1998 and led the school through one of its most difficult eras to a time of unprecedented strength and growth.   During his tenure the endowment grew from $8 million to more than $100 million, fourteen academic chairs were endowed, degree offerings were expanded, and seven campus buildings had major renovations. The George S. Ansell Endowed Fellowship Fund in Metallurgy supports graduate fellowships in the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering.
    George and Marjorie Ansell Endowed Scholarship Fund The George and Marjorie Ansell Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 1991 through the generosity of the Ansells, 13th president and first lady of Colorado School of Mines. The fund is designed to provide financial aid for Mines undergraduate students.
    Benjamin Arkin Memorial Scholarship Fund The Benjamin Arkin Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by the Arkin family to commemorate the life and achievements of Benjamin P. Arkin '27, petroleum engineering alumnus and friend of the school. The fund provides financial aid to upperclass students who are majoring in petroleum-related disciplines.
    Timothy G. Ashe and Blair Burwell Memorial Fund The Timothy G. Ashe and Blair Burwell Memorial Endowment honors the memory of Timothy G. Ashe and Blair Burwell, Mines alumni and former fraternity brothers. The fund provides financial aid to upperclass students majoring in mining engineering, with preference given to Beta Theta Pi fraternity members.  
    Russell Badgett, Jr. Endowed Scholarship Fund The Russell Badgett, Jr. Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in memory of Mr. Badgett by a gift from the J. Rogers Badgett Sr. Foundation to the Colorado School of Mines Foundation, Inc. After graduating from Colorado School of Mines in 1940, Mr. Badgett served his country as a naval aviator in the South Pacific in WWII. Afterward, he became a leader and pioneer in the coal mining industry in western Kentucky. He is fondly remembered as a prominent businessman, a generous supporter of his community, and a loving husband, father and grandfather. His son, Bentley F. Badgett II, graduated from Colorado School of Mines in 1974. The endowment fund was established to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students, with a preference for graduates of high schools located in Golden and its surrounding communities, including Wheat Ridge, Arvada, and Lakewood.
    Baker Hughes Undergraduate Scholarship Endowment Fund The purpose of the Baker Hughes Undergraduate Scholarship Endowment Fund is to provide undergraduate scholarships to students studying chemical engineering, mechanical engineering and petroleum engineering at Mines.
    Lawrence E. and Charlotte R. Barrett Endowed Scholarship Fund The Lawrence E. and Charlotte R. Barrett Endowed Scholarship Fund provides scholarships for undergraduate students at Colorado School of Mines. The fund was established by Larry Barrett '50, petroleum engineering alumnus and friend of the school. Barrett, retired senior vice president of Ladd Petroleum Corporation, has served Mines in several volunteer positions.
    Barrick Gold Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship Fund The purpose of the Barrick Gold Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship Fund is to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students in mining engineering and geology and geological engineering who are committed to becoming tomorrow’s leaders in the earth resources and related professions.
    Bartshe Endowment Established through the generosity of R. Timothy Bartshe, an alumnus who received degrees in mining engineering in 1971 and geological engineering in 1973, the Bartshe Endowment supports the thesis-related expenses of geology graduate students specializing in stratigraphy and sedimentology.
    George and Betty Bashen Scholarship Fund The George and Betty Bashen Scholarship Fund was established in 1993 through the generosity of geological engineering alumnus George W. Bashen '48 and his wife, community leaders and philanthropists. The fund provides financial aid in the form of scholarship awards.
    Roger C. Beach Endowed Scholarship Fund The Roger C. Beach Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 1994 through the generosity of Roger C. Beach, 1961 petroleum refining alumnus, active volunteer, industry leader and recipient of Mines' Distinguished Achievement Medal and Honorary Doctorate of Engineering. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship awards to undergraduate students in the areas of chemical engineering and petroleum refining.
    Jerry R. Bergeson Endowed Scholarship Fun

    The Jerry R. Bergeson Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by family, friends, former colleagues and students of the late Jerry R. Bergeson. Jerry “J.R.” Bergeson was a petroleum engineering faculty member at Colorado School of Mines from 1964 to 1974. The fund is established for the purpose of providing financial aid in the form of scholarship awards to students pursuing a degree in petroleum engineering. 

    Blackwell Endowment Fund The Blackwell Endowment was established in 1992 through the generosity of geological engineering alumnus J. Michael Blackwell '59. The fund provides continuing financial support for the Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies (LAIS). Blackwell's early conviction that the liberal arts were a critical component of a world-class resource engineering and applied science education proved visionary.
    Blaster Endowed Scholarship Fund The Blaster Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 2001 by John and Erika Lockridge in recognition of the value of the scholastic and athletic programs at Colorado School of Mines. John, a 1952 geological engineering graduate, and Erika, an entrepreneur, hope that the scholarship will inspire other student-athletes to give back to Mines' athletic programs, thereby assisting future generations of students to participate fully in their campus experience. Preference in selecting scholarship award nominees shall be given to non-resident students participating in the basketball program.
    Bloch Entrepreneur Fellowship Fund The Bloch Entrepreneur Fellowship Fund was established in 2010 by David R. Bloch.  David is the founder, owner and president of Outdoor Edge Cutlery Corp., a company that was launched after David turned his Mines senior design project for a new hunting knife into a patented product. The fund provides fellowship awards to graduate students at Mines within the Engineering & Technology Management Program, who have a demonstrated interest in entrepreneurship.
    Harold and William E. Bloom Fund The Harold Bloom Exploration Geochemistry Fund was established in 1977 by Harold Bloom MS '61, former professor of chemistry at Mines, and was used to support teaching and research in exploration geochemistry in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering. The fund was revised in 1996; seventy-five percent now provides financial assistance in the form of awards to graduate or undergraduate students. The remaining twenty-five percent is designated for departmental support.
    David S. Bolin Memorial Scholarship Endowment The David S. Bolin Memorial Scholarship Endowment provides scholarships for undergraduate students majoring in geological engineering or mining engineering. Funds are to be used to attend the geology or mining field session. The fund was established in 1989 to honor the life of David S. Bolin, a 1967 geological engineering alumnus. 
    Bommarito Endowed Scholarship Fund The Bommarito Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 2012 by Forest and Olivia Bommarito. Both Forest and Olivia received bachelor’s degrees in petroleum engineering in 2003, and master of engineering degrees in petroleum engineering in 2005. The fund provides scholarship support to undergraduate students who are pursuing degrees in petroleum engineering.
    Leo Borasio Memorial Award The family of Leo Borasio, a Mines alumnus and strong supporter of the McBride Honors Program, established the Leo Borasio Memorial Award. Each year, a $1,000 award and plaque is presented to an outstanding junior in the McBride Honors Program, selected by members of the Tutorial Committee, which seeks nominees who have experienced strong personal and intellectual growth while in the program.
    Robert F. Bowie Endowed Scholarship in Mining   The Robert F. Bowie Scholarship in Mining was established through the generosity of Robert F. "Bud" Bowie '42, loyal mining engineering alumnus and respected industry professional. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial aid to deserving Colorado School of Mines undergraduate students who are pursuing an option in mining engineering, with preference given to residents of Delta County, Colorado.
    Leo N. Bradley Family Endowed Scholarship Fund The Leo N. Bradley Endowed Scholarship Fund was originally established in 1973 by Leo N. Bradley '49. After Leo's death in 2004, and in remembrance of his love for Mines and his love for the game of golf, the family designated funds from this endowment for golf scholarships in 2006. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship awards to undergraduate students who are members of the varsity golf team. Leo Bradley was born in Des Moines, Iowa, where he worked in the coal mines that his father owned.  In 1950, Leo and a partner purchased a coal mine near Rifle, Colorado. In 1955, Leo earned a law degree from the University of Denver and then joined a law firm that was started by his father-in-law. The firm celebrated its centennial year in 2006. Leo was a trustee for Mines from 1968 to 1977. He also served as a board member for Colorado National Bank and as general counsel to Coors Brewing Company.
    John A. Brandon Memorial Scholarship Fund The John A. Brandon Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2005 by Virginia L. Brandon in memory of her husband, John, who graduated in 1949 as an Engineer of Mines.
    Fritz Brennecke Memorial Endowed Athletic Scholarship Fund As part of their 50th reunion activities, the Class of '52 established a memorial endowment in honor of longtime coach and Mines athletic director, Fritz Brennecke. Brennecke, who received the Mines Medal in 1991, personified the Mines spirit. Through his hard work and dedication, he elevated the role of the athletics program in helping to develop well-rounded professionals. The endowment supports athletic scholarships for qualified Mines students recommended by the director of athletics.
    David C. Brown Endowed Scholarship Fund The David C. Brown Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 1987 through the generosity of David and Yukiko Brown, longtime supporters of the school. Brown is a 1953 metallurgical engineering alumnus and respected metallurgist. The purpose of the Brown Fund is to provide scholarships to students enrolled in the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering at Colorado School of Mines. Selection is made by the department's scholarship committee, with preference given to Colorado residents.
    Eileen Bruce Memorial Scholarship Fund  Established by family members in 1959 to honor the memory of James L. Bruce, a 1901 Engineer of Mines degree recipient, the Bruce Loan Fund provides financial aid in the form of loans to graduate or undergraduate students enrolled at Colorado School of Mines.
    James L. Bruce Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund The James L. Bruce Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1999 with a transfer of funds from the James L. Bruce Memorial Loan to assist with an acute need for scholarship assistance to undergraduate students at Colorado School of Mines.  
    James L. Bruce Memorial Student Loan Fund Established in 2005 through the generosity of geological engineering alumnus Charles "Scottie" Bruce '57, the Eileen Bruce Memorial Scholarship Fund provides financial support for Mines undergraduate students.
     Brunner & Lay Inc. Scholarship Fund
    The Brunner & Lay Inc. Scholarship Fund is a non-endowed, current use fund that was established in 2011 by the Fred J. Brunner Foundation. The fund provides financial aid in the form of scholarship awards to undergraduate students enrolled in their freshman, sophomore and junior years at Colorado School of Mines.
    Buchanan-Kaplan Scholarship Fund Larry J. Buchanan and Thomas S. Kaplan established this scholarship fund in 2008 with a gift of $1 million to express their gratitude to the geologists and engineers whose love of science and the environment have enhanced the standard of living of countless people throughout the world. The purpose of the Buchanan-Kaplan Scholarship Fund is to provide financial support in the form of scholarship awards to non-U.S. Mines students who are citizens of underdeveloped and developing countries, as defined by the Human Development Index rankings used by the United Nations Development Program, or similar measures.
    Robert L. Burch Scholarship Fund The Robert L. Burch Scholarship Fund was established by Sally Burch to commemorate the life and achievements of her husband Robert, a 1952 geological engineering alumnus, independent geologist, respected industry leader and longtime supporter of the school. The fund provides financial assistance to graduate students in petroleum geology.
    Harry D. Campbell Endowed Scholarship Fund The Harry D. Campbell Endowed Scholarship Fund provides support for members of Colorado School of Mines' varsity football team. The fund was established in 2006 by 1942 petroleum engineering alumnus Harry D. Campbell, who played quarterback on the school's undefeated championship football team of 1939, served with honor in the United States Navy in World War II, and enjoyed a distinguished career in the petroleum industry.
    Bruce Carlson Mining Scholarship Fund  The Bruce E. Carlson Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1990 to honor the memory of Bruce Carlson, a 1985 mining engineering alumnus. Carlson was the manager of the Edgar Mine in Idaho Springs, Colorado, and an instructor in the school's Mining Engineering Department.
    The Dr. Richard J. Carlson Endowed Rugby Scholarship Fund The Dr. Richard J. Carlson Endowed Rugby Scholarship Fund was established in 2007 by friends and family of Richard "Rick" Carlson '69, MS '91, PhD '04 to perpetuate his memory and his love for Colorado School of Mines and the sport of rugby. The fund provides undergraduate scholarship awards to Mines students who participate in the school's rugby program.
    Michael E. Carr Scholarship Fund The Michael E. Carr Endowed Scholarship Fund provides financial aid to out-of-state Mines undergraduates who have attained junior standing and demonstrate a desire to excel in both athletics and academics. Awards are made annually to deserving student-athletes chosen by a committee comprised of Mines' vice president for student affairs, athletic director and dean of students.
    The Chamberlin Endowed Scholarship Fund The Chamberlin Endowed Scholarship Fund was established at Mines in 2007 through the generosity of Paul D. Chamberlin, a 1959 metallurgical engineering graduate of Michigan Technological University and a friend of Colorado School of Mines. The fund was originally established at Michigan Tech in 1987, and was moved to Mines to support undergraduates studying in degreed programs in extractive metallurgical engineering (also known as mineral processing engineering). The intent of these scholarship awards is to support students who plan to work in the processing side of the mining industry.
    Lynll C. Champion Scholarship Fund  The Lynll C. Champion Scholarship Fund was established by a gift from geological engineering alumnus Charles A. "Chuck" Champion '52 in memory of his wife. It is awarded to new undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need, with first preference given to direct descendants or dependents of members of the Class of '52.
    Chevron Academic Scholarship Endowment Fund The purpose of the Chevron Academic Scholarship Endowment Fund is to provide undergraduate scholarships to students studying chemical engineering, geology and geological engineering, geophysics, mechanical engineering, and petroleum engineering.
    Orlo E. Childs Fellowship Fund for Graduate Study in Geology  The Childs Fellowship Fund for Graduate Study in Geology was established in 1996 to honor the memory of Orlo E. Childs, past president of Colorado School of Mines (1963-1970), educator, geologist and industry leader. Established by his wife, Elizabeth S. Childs, the Childs Fellowship Fund provides financial assistance to students who are actively pursuing graduate thesis research at the master's or doctoral level in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering.
    Norman J. Christie Canadian Endowed Scholarship Fund The purpose of the Norman J. Christie Canadian Endowed Scholarship Fund is to encourage prospective Canadian students to attend Colorado School of Mines. The fund provides tuition assistance for students whose education is not sponsored by corporations or provincial governments. A The Christie Scholarship fosters a healthy diversity among the school's undergraduate population and strengthens the longstanding cultural and economic ties between Canada and the United States.
    Class of '33 Melville F. Coolbaugh Award Fund  The Melville F. Coolbaugh Award Fund was originally established in 1989 by members of Colorado School of Mines' Class of 1933 to provide both a plaque and a cash prize to an outstanding junior student at Mines set to graduate the following year. An awards committee works together each year to narrow down a list of potential award candidates, and to choose one or more recipients who are likely to make a positive contribution toward upholding Mines' image and enhancing its reputation after graduating from the school.
    Class of '42 Reunion Fund  The Class of 1942 Reunion Fund was established through the generosity of thirty-eight members of the Class of 1942 to show their gratitude to the school and to continue the Mines tradition of excellence in undergraduate education. The fund provides strictly merit-based undergraduate scholarships.
    Class of '52 Endowed Scholarship Fund  The Class of '52 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established through the leadership of Bob Pozzo and the generosity of numerous class members to show their gratitude to the school and to continue the Mines tradition of excellence in undergraduate education. The fund benefits future generations of students by helping them to meet basic educational expenses through scholarship awards. First preference in awarding the scholarships is given to direct descendants and dependents of Class of '52 members. Next preference is given to students recommended by members of the Class of '52 or their direct descendants. If no students are identified in either category, awards may be made from the fund at the discretion of the Office of Financial Aid.
    Class of '54 Endowed Scholarship Fund Established in 2004 by the Class of 1954 in honor of their 50th Class Reunion, the Class of '54 Endowed Scholarship Fund provides financial aid in the form of scholarship awards to undergraduate students enrolled at Colorado School of Mines.
    Class of 1967 Endowed Scholarship Fund
    Established in 2012 by the Class of 1967 in honor of their 50th Class Reunion, the Class of '67 Endowed Scholarship Fund provides financial aid in the form of scholarship awards to undergraduate students enrolled at Colorado School of Mines. Generous and dedicated class committee members and Class of `67 alumni, Marshall Crouch, Joe Stewart and Phil Bowman, led the fundraising efforts for the endowment.
    Jack and Daniel Cohen Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund The Jack and Daniel Cohen Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to honor the life and achievements of Professor Cohen, cofounder and Director of the Center for Wave Phenomena at Colorado School of Mines. The Cohen Scholarship was established by students, friends and colleagues to honor Cohen's contributions to both the school and his field of expertise. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship awards to deserving undergraduate students at Colorado School of Mines.  Preference is given to students pursuing an option in mathematics and computer science or geophysics.
    Collester Endowed Scholarship Endowed by Stewart M. and Johanna Collester, the Collester Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 1985 in memory of geology alumni Kimball M. Williams '59 and John Connors '51. It stands, however, as a tribute not only to two fondly remembered Mines alumni, but also to the generosity of the Collester family and the accomplishments of petroleum engineering alumnus Stewart Collester '50, engineer and executive, alumni leader and extraordinary friend of the school. The fund provides financial aid to Mines undergraduates who are not residents of Colorado, and intend to pursue careers in geology, geophysics, petroleum engineering or petroleum refining engineering.
    Malcolm E. Collier Endowment The Collier Endowed Fund was established in 1980 through the generosity of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Denver as a tribute to Malcolm E. Collier, an Engineer of Mines and member of the Class of '22, attorney, civic leader, Distinguished Achievement Medalist and president of First Federal Savings and Loan. The fund provides financial aid to Mines undergraduates. 
    Combined Scholarship Endowment Fund The Combined Scholarship Endowment Fund was established in 1989 and has received contributions from various donors since its inception. The flexibility of award guidelines makes the Combined Scholarship a particularly valuable component of the school's financial aid program. 
    Michael H. Conway Memorial Scholarship Fund  The Michael H. Conway Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Fluor Daniel, Inc. in memory of Senior Director of Technology Michael H. Conway, a 1973 metallurgy alumnus. This one-year tuition scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students pursuing an option in metallurgy.
    Dr. Charles Falk Cook Fund  The Dr. Charles Falk Cook Fund was established in 2007 by Helen Elizabeth Swank Cook in memory of her late husband. Cook was manager of the Phillips Petroleum Company Research and Development Department for many years and an advisor to the Salk Institution, as well as a respected lecturer on polymers, electrons, radar and genetics. The fund provides graduate fellowship awards, with first preference given to students pursuing chemical engineering studies and second preference to petroleum engineering graduate students.
    Adolph Coors, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund The Adolph Coors, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to Mines students who are dependents of employees of MillerCoors or its joint operations.
    The Copper Club/Phelps Dodge Legacy Scholarship In 2008, The Copper Club/Phelps Dodge Legacy Scholarship was established to honor the legacy of Phelps Dodge and foster student interest in the copper industry. The fund provides support for students in geology and geological engineering, metallurgy and materials engineering, and mining engineering.
    Anthony F. Corbetta Endowed Scholarship The Anthony F. Corbetta Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 2009 by Anthony F. Corbetta because of his deep bond to his alma mater. Tony enrolled at Mines in 1941 after graduating from North Denver High School. While at Mines, he played football for two years, graduating in 1948 with a metallurgical engineering degree, after a three-year interruption during World War II. Tony later went on to earn his Colorado Professional Engineer license, and his Mines degree opened many doors of opportunity in the business world, bringing him to CF&I Steel Corporation to work as a sales engineer until his retirement in 1983. Tony has remained active with Mines athletics, as well as a member of the alumni association since 1948.  The Corbetta Scholarship was established to provide scholarship awards to undergraduate or graduate students at Mines, with preference given to Colorado high school graduates and residents of the state who participate in varsity athletics.


    CSMAA, Houston Section -- Academic Endowment Scholarship Fund The CSMAA, Houston Section -- Academic Endowment Scholarship Fund was established in 2003 by the Colorado School of Mines Alumni Association Houston Section. Mines alumni George Puls '75; Dean '75, MS '78 and Lindsay Stoughton; and Kim Harden '74, with the help of other Houston Section representatives, formed a CSMAA Houston Section golf committee that plans and conducts golf tournaments, which have been held annually since 2001 to benefit this endowment. The scholarship is established for the purpose of providing financial aid, based solely on academic criteria, in the form of scholarship awards to out-of-state freshmen from the United States enrolled at Colorado School of Mines. Primary preference is given to residents of Houston, and secondary preference to Texas residents.
    CSMAA, Houston Section -- Athletic Endowment Scholarship Fund  The CSMAA, Houston Section -- Athletic Endowment Scholarship Fund was established in 2003 by the Colorado School of Mines Alumni Association Houston Section. Mines alumni George Puls '75; Dean '75, MS '78 and Lindsay Stoughton; and Kim Harden '74, with the help of other Houston Section representatives, formed a CSMAA Houston Section golf committee that plans and conducts golf tournaments, which have been held annually since 2001 to benefit this endowment. The athletic scholarship provides financial aid in the form of scholarship awards to freshmen or undergraduate student-athletes enrolled at Colorado School of Mines. Awards are made at the discretion of the director of athletics.

     

     

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