Much of Mines’ 140-year history is recorded in its architectural landscape, telling a story of exploration, war, economic depression, philanthropic largesse and technological innovation. Read the article
Building History
Two creative projects aimed at improving the safety and mobility of people with disabilities received special recognition at the College of Engineering and Computational Sciences Spring 2014 Trade Fair. Read the article
Engineering Assistive Technologies
Santiago Gonzalez was studying programming languages, building a website and creating apps at the age of eight. In December, he’ll graduate from Mines with a B.S. in computer science at 16 years old. Read his story
Where the Exceptionally Gifted Fit in
A time capsule buried in the cornerstone of the student center in 1964 was extracted just prior to Alumni Weekend. Read the article
1964 Time Capsule Opened
The ConocoPhillips Center for a Sustainable WE2ST was created with a $3 million gift to study and enhance awareness of water challenges in the petroleum industry. Read about the center
Water-Energy Education Center Launched

Recent News

Return from Brain Tumor Surgery
Mines runner Neal Anderson ’12, MS ’14 achieves a personal best in the NCAA Championships after a benign tumor is removed.

Blog: A Final Trek
Scott Harper ’13 says goodbye—for now—to the country that changed his outlook.

Risk, Failure, Hard Work and Lots of Success
“At Mines, you learn how to fail,” says Chuck Shultz ’61. "You don’t fear failure as you forge ahead in your career."


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