Mines undergraduate research

Mines undergraduate research DEFAULT

Postgraduate research

Fellowships are independent funding schemes and an alternative funding route for you PGR studies. CSM is interested to hear from early career researchers who would like to apply for an independent research fellowship to be hosted here. We can support applicants through the process of applying to funders in the UK or overseas for highly competitive schemes.  

In addition we would be happy to hear from existing fellowship holders who would be interested in transferring to CSM.  

If you would like to discuss fellowships at CSM please contact Professor Stephen Hesselbo (CSM Director of Research). It is useful to send through a CV and some details about your research area.  

Mentors within CSM and our Research Services team can provide the following support: 

Application development: 

  • Advice on scheme suitability and proposal writing. 

  • Review of draft proposals and advice on budgets. 

  • Guidance and support (e.g. mock interview) for fellowship interviews 

Fellows in CSM:  

  • Mentoring from senior colleagues. 

  • Peer support from our Early Career Researcher network. 

  • Opportunities to gain teaching experience and to supervise BSc, MSc, MScbyRes, and PhD project students. 

  • Training and personal development through our Research Development programme. 

  • Support for grant proposal development from senior colleagues and Research Services. 

Sours: http://emps.exeter.ac.uk/csm/study/pgr/

Auburn University
REU Site: : Research experience through collaborative teams in bioprocessing for conversion of waste into products of value
Auburn University

Auburn, Alabama

Primary: Brendan Higgins
[email protected]
Secondary: Sushil Adhikari
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Multidisciplinary, biosystems engineering, biomolecular engineering, biological engineering, aquaponics, nanocellulose, polymers, adhesives, algae, sensors
Comments: This multidisciplinary site is also open to non-engineering majors
REU Site: : Research experience through collaborative teams in bioprocessing for conversion of waste into products of valueAbstract of Award

Auburn University
Collaborative Approaches among Scientists and Engineers
College of Engineering and College of Sciences and Mathematics

Auburn, Alabama

Primary: Kimberly Mulligan
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Cordelia Brown
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Cross-disciplinary research projects that span the discipliners of Engineering, computer science, chemistry, biology, physics and geosciences, team mentoring
Comments: The primary goals of the REU are to develop an understanding of the multidisciplinary nature of STEM disciplines and improve sense of belonging in STEM through fostering effective mentor-mentee relationships.
Collaborative Approaches among Scientists and EngineersAbstract of Award

Boston University
REU Site: Integrated Nanomanufacturing
Mechanical Engineering

Boston, Massachusetts

Primary: Xin Zhang
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Helen Fawcett
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Nanomanufacturing
REU Site: Integrated NanomanufacturingAbstract of Award

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
REU Site: Research Experience for Undergraduates in UAV Technologies
Aerospace Engineering

Pomona, California

Primary: Subodh Bhandari
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: UAV Autonomy, Sense & Avoid, GPS-Denied Navigation, Multi UAV Coordination and Control, Flight Testing, System Identification, Intelligent Control, Flight Control Optimization, Modeling & Simulation
REU Site: Research Experience for Undergraduates in UAV TechnologiesAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Department of Defense (DoD), Engineering

Clarkson University
REU Site: Advancing Sustainable Systems and Environmental Technologies (ASSETs) to Serve Humanity
Institute for a Sustainable Environment

Potsdam, New York

Primary: Shane Rogers
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Michael Twiss
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Multidisciplinary sustainability-related research projects in engineering, sciences, social sciences and policy
REU Site: Advancing Sustainable Systems and Environmental Technologies (ASSETs) to Serve HumanityAbstract of Award

Clemson University
REU Site: Solid-State Devices for Electronics, Photonics, and Magnetics Technology
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Clemson, South Carolina

Primary: William R. Harrell
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Chad E. Sosolik
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Electrical & Computer , and Bio-Engineering; Materials Science; Physics
REU Site: Solid-State Devices for Electronics, Photonics, and Magnetics TechnologyAbstract of Award

Cleveland State University
REU Site: Engineering and Computing in Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies

Cleveland, Ohio

Primary: Renee Overton
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Eric Schearer
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: rehabilitation, assistive devices, robotics, prosthetics, neuroprostheses, biomechanics
REU Site: Engineering and Computing in Rehabilitation and Assistive TechnologiesAbstract of Award

Colorado School of Mines
REU site: Collaborative Research: Research Experience for Undergraduates in Underground Infrastructure
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Golden, Colorado

Primary: Dr. Reza Hedayat
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Dr. Gabriel Walton
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Civil Engineering, Geological Engineering, Mining Engineering, Infrastructure Materials, Resilience and Sustainability, Data Analytics, Remote Sensing, Underground Infrastructure, Transportation
Comments: This collaborative REU site award to Colorado School of Mines, located in Golden, CO, Lehigh University, located in Bethlehem, PA, and California State University, Los Angeles, located in Los Angeles, CA focuses on Underground Infrastructure and hosts four students in each university per year.
REU site: Collaborative Research: Research Experience for Undergraduates in Underground InfrastructureAbstract of Award

Colorado State University
REU Site: Extreme Ultraviolet Laser Science and Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Fort Collins, Colorado

Primary: Jorge Rocca
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Steve Leone
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Extreme UV soft x-rays,x-ray sources,ultrafast and high power lasers,nanoscale imaging,chemical and solid state carrier dynamics,four wave mixing,laser created plasmas,intense laser matter interaction
Comments: Internships available at both Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO and at the University of California at Berkeley in Berkeley, CA. Applications for Summer internships will be accepted beginning 15 December
REU Site: Extreme Ultraviolet Laser Science and TechnologyAbstract of Award

Cornell University
REU Site: Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF)
NNCI and ECE

Ithaca, New York

Primary: Melanie - Claire Mallison
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI)
REU Site: Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF)Abstract of Award

Drexel University
Smart Manufacturing Research Experiences for Undergraduates (SMREU)
Chemical and Biological Engineering

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Primary: Masoud Soroush
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Maureen H. Tang
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Smart mfg, multiscale modeling, machine learning, AI, data analytics, internet of things, optimization, control, monitoring, process safety, materials and process design, chemical engineering
Smart Manufacturing Research Experiences for Undergraduates (SMREU)Abstract of Award

Duke University
REU Site for Meeting the Grand Challenges in Engineering
Pratt School of Engineering

Durham, North Carolina

Primary: Carmen G. Rawls
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Johnna Frierson
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Grand Challenges, Biomedical Eng., Civil Eng. and Environmental Eng., Electrical and Computer Eng., Mechanical Eng. and Materials Science
REU Site for Meeting the Grand Challenges in EngineeringAbstract of Award

East Carolina University
Biomedical Engineering in Stimulations, Imaging, and Modeling (BME-SIM)
Engineering

Greenville, North Carolina

Primary: Stephaine George
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Zachary Domire
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Biomedical Engineering, Bioengineering, Biomechanics, Motor Control, Biomaterials, Stimulation, Imaging, Virtual/Augmented Reality, Modeling, Computational Modeling, Leadership, Communication Skills
Comments: Collaborative program across four colleges and six departments including engineering, kinesiology, Physical therapy, and Physics. BME-SIM welcomes both community college students and undergraduate students in all STEM majors. The BME-SIM program seeks to foster an environment where all students can be their authentic self and both learning and living occurs in an atmosphere of mutual respect in pu
Biomedical Engineering in Stimulations, Imaging, and Modeling (BME-SIM)Abstract of Award

Florida Atlantic University
REU Site: Removing Barriers to Ocean Current Based Electricity Production through Undergraduate Research
Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center

Boca Raton, Florida

Primary: James VanZwieten Jr.
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: marine renewable energy, ocean current energy, hydrokinetic energy, renewable energy, tidal energy, ocean engineering, mechanical engineering, marine sciences, ocean sciences, green energy, power
REU Site: Removing Barriers to Ocean Current Based Electricity Production through Undergraduate ResearchAbstract of Award

Florida International University
REU Site: Preparing RF Engineers for Communication, Imaging and Sensing (PRECISE)
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Miami, Florida

Primary: Dr. Nezih Pala
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Dr. Shubhendu Bhardwaj
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Radio frequency, RF, millimeter waves, mmW, terahertz, THz, antennas, MIMO, 5G, 6G, wireless communication, radar, RFIC
REU Site: Preparing RF Engineers for Communication, Imaging and Sensing (PRECISE)Abstract of Award

Florida State University
REU Site: Retaining Engineers Through Research Entrepreneurship and Advanced Materials Training
computer engineering, industrial engineering,materials and civil engineering

Tallahassee, Florida

Primary: Okenwa O Okoli
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Arda Vanli
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Advanced materials and entrepreneurship
Comments: In addition to Engineering, the research could also fit under Chemistry, Materials Research, Mathematical Sciences, and Physics, depending on the specific research project involved.
REU Site: Retaining Engineers Through Research Entrepreneurship and Advanced Materials TrainingAbstract of Award

Florida State University
REU Site: Multi-physics of Active Systems and Structures
FAMU-FSU College of Engineering

Tallahassee, Florida

Primary: Chiang Shih
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Micro Air Vehicles, robotics, supersonic flows,flow control, aeroacoustics, sensors and actuators, smart materials, thermal management, autonomous control, model and simulation, instrumentation,
REU Site: Multi-physics of Active Systems and StructuresAbstract of Award

Fort Lewis College
REU Site: Enriching the Undergraduate Research Experience for Native American Students
Physics and Engineering Dept.

Durango, Colorado

Primary: Megan Paciaroni
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Marnie S. Clay
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: undergraduate research, mentoring, energy, propulsion, combustion, laser diagnostics, nuclear reactors, molecular energy transfer, liquid phase molecular dynamics, environment, ecology
REU Site: Enriching the Undergraduate Research Experience for Native American StudentsAbstract of Award

Georgia Institute of Technology, NNCI Coordinating Office
National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (11 sites)

Georgia

Primary: Nancy Healy
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Leslie O'Neill
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Nanotechnology, nanoscale science and engineering
Comments: Eleven of the 16 sites of the NNCI have a summer REU program. The focus at each site varies but involves nanoscale science and engineering. The URL will take you to a central location where you can

Georgia Institute of Technology
Cell Manufacturing Technologies (CMaT) Research Experience for Undergraduates

Atlanta, Georgia

Primary: Aaron Levine
[email protected]
Secondary: Erin Bryant
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: cell manufacturing, biomedical engineering, biosciences, biomanufacturing, therapeutic cells
Cell Manufacturing Technologies (CMaT) Research Experience for UndergraduatesAbstract of Award

Georgia Institute of Technology
REU Site: Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)-Robotics
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Atlanta, Georgia

Primary: Dr. Leyla Conrad
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Prof. Ayanna Howard
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: robotics, interactive computing, biomechanics, bio robotics, assistive robotics, healthcare robotics
REU Site: Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)-RoboticsAbstract of Award

Georgia Institute of Technology
REU Site: Research Experience for student Veterans in Advanced Manufacturing and entrePreneurship (REVAMP)
Industrial & Systems Engineeering

Atlanta, Georgia

Primary: Chun (Chuck) Zhang
()
[email protected]
Secondary: John Morehouse
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Advanced Manufacturing
REU Site: Research Experience for student Veterans in Advanced Manufacturing and entrePreneurship (REVAMP)Abstract of Award

Georgia Institute of Technology
REU Site: Southeastern Undergraduate Internship in Nanotechnology
Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology

Atlanta, Georgia

Primary: Quinn Spadola
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Leslie O’Neill
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Nanotechnology, nanoscale science and engineering, physics, chemistry, engineering, biomedical engineering, materials science
REU Site: Southeastern Undergraduate Internship in NanotechnologyAbstract of Award

Georgia Southern University Research and Service Foundation
REU Site: Propulsion, Aerodynamics, Materials and Controls of Aerial Vehicles
Mechanical Engineering

Statesboro, Georgia

Primary: Dr. Valentin Soloiu, Professor
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Dr. Mosfequr Rahman, Assoc.-Professor
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Blade-vortex interaction,Synthetic jets,Negative Temp.,Coefficient Region,Double Winglet Aerodyn.,Thermo-acoustic instabilities, Human-UAV interaction, Ballistic impact on anisotropic mtls
REU Site: Propulsion, Aerodynamics, Materials and Controls of Aerial VehiclesAbstract of Award

Illinois Institute of Technology
REU Site: An Interdisciplinary Research Experience for Undergraduates in Food Safety, Food Engineering, and Nutrition
Department of Food Science and Nutrition

Bedford Park, Illinois

Primary: Kathiravan Krishnamurthy
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Satish Parulekar
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: food safety, food engineering, nutrition, food science and technology
REU Site: An Interdisciplinary Research Experience for Undergraduates in Food Safety, Food Engineering, and NutritionAbstract of Award

Indiana University
REU Site: Multidisciplinary Research for Undergraduates in Nanomaterials for Energy and Biological Applications
Integrated Nanosystems Development Institute (INDI)

Indianapolis, Indiana

Primary: Dr. Mangilal Agarwal
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Dr. Rajesh Sardar
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Nanomtls, Nanofab, Future Mfg, Nanobiosensors, Batteries, Fuel Cells, Nanofluidics, Paper-based Analytical Devices, Phase Change Magnetic Nanomaterials, Biomaterials, Machine Learning
REU Site: Multidisciplinary Research for Undergraduates in Nanomaterials for Energy and Biological ApplicationsAbstract of Award

Iowa State University
REU Site: Biological Materials and Processes (BioMaP)
Chemical and Biological Engineering

Ames, Iowa

Primary: Monica H. Lamm
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: chemical engineering, biological engineering, biomedical engineering, biological materials, biological processing, biochemical processing
REU Site: Biological Materials and Processes (BioMaP)Abstract of Award

Iowa State University
REU Site: Research and Education in Multiscale Sensing and Imaging
Mechanical Engineering

Ames, Iowa

Primary: Ms. Hallie Golay
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Sriram Sundararajan
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: sensors, nanomaterials, advanced manufacturing, smart materials, renewable energy, reliability, machine learning, medical diagnostics, food security, engineering
REU Site: Research and Education in Multiscale Sensing and ImagingAbstract of Award

Iowa State University
REU Site: Launching Aerospace's Underrepresented Students into the Next Chapter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (LAUNCH-UAS)
Aerospace Engineering

Ames, Iowa

Primary: Benjamin Ahn
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Unmanned Aerial Systems(UAS),System Health Mgmt. of UAS,Dynamic Geofencing,UAS Swarm Behavior,UAS Apps.(Sensors,Inductive Charging System,Spray System),UAS Impact(ethics, safety societal, environ.)
REU Site: Launching Aerospace's Underrepresented Students into the Next Chapter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (LAUNCH-UAS)Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Department of Defense (DoD)

Johns Hopkins University
Computational Sensing & Medical Robotics REU

Baltimore, Maryland

Primary: Ralph Etienne-Cummings
()
[email protected]
Secondary: Muyinatu Bell
()
[email protected]

Research Topics/Keywords: Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science
Computational Sensing & Medical Robotics REUAbstract of Award

Sours: https://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/reu/list_result.jsp?unitid=
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Colorado School of Mines

Public university in Golden, Colorado, U.S.

The Colorado School of Mines (informally Mines) is a publicresearch university in Golden, Colorado, founded in The school offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering, science, and mathematics, with a focus on energy and the environment. While Mines does offer minor degrees in the humanities, arts, and social sciences, it only offers major degrees in STEM fields, with the exception of economics. In the Fall semester, the school had 6, students enrolled, with 5, in an undergraduate program and 1, in a graduate program.[2] The school has been co-educational since its founding, however, enrollment remains predominantly male (% as of Fall ).[2] In every QS World University Ranking from to , the university was ranked as the top institution in the world for mineral and mining engineering.[6] It is classified among "R2: Doctoral Universities – High research activity".[7]

History[edit]

Early history[edit]

Engineering Hall, constructed in
George R. BrownHall houses various engineering disciplines, including mining.
Paul Meyer Hall housed the Physics Department. It was demolished in Spring and replaced by the CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering.
Alderson Hall, completed in [8]and renovated in , was named for former university president Victor C. Alderson (– and –) and houses the chemical engineeringdepartment.
The CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering, opened to students in September It is the home building for the Physics Department, and the College of Applied Science and Engineering Dean's Office.

Golden, Colorado, established in as Golden City, served as a supply center for miners and settlers in the area. In , Bishop George M. Randall of Massachusetts arrived in the territory and, seeing a need for higher education facilities in the area, began planning for a university which would include a school of mines. In , he opened the Jarvis Hall Collegiate School in the central building of the Colorado University Schools campus just south of the town of Golden, accompanied it with Matthews Hall divinity school in , and in the School of Mines opened under the auspices of the Episcopal Church. In the School of Mines, supported by the territorial government since efforts began in , was acquired by the territory and has been a state institution since when Colorado attained statehood. Tuition was originally free to residents of Colorado.[9] The school's logo was designed by prominent architect Jacques Benedict.

The first building on the current site of the school was built in with additions completed in and The building, known as "Chemistry Hall," stood where Hill Hall is now located. The next building to be added to the campus was Engineering Hall, built in , which is still in use today by the Economics and Business Division.

Other firsts include the first board of trustees meeting held in ; the first formal commencement held in for two graduates (William Beebe Middleton and Walter Howard Wiley); the first international student graduated in ; and the first female student graduated in In , Mines became the first school of its kind in the world to own and operate its own experimental mine, designed for practical teaching of the students, which was located on Mt. Zion and succeeded in the s by the Edgar Mine. In , there was some discussion about merging School of Mines and the State University in Boulder. Apparently, because of the specialized focus of School of Mines, it was decided that such a merger would not be appropriate. During the early years of the institution, the chief administrator was the "Professor in Charge". The designation "President" was first used in The "M" on Mt. Zion, a prominent feature in the Golden area, was constructed in and lighted in

Early academic departments were drafting, physics, metallurgy, chemistry and mining. In the s, departments formed in geology, petroleum engineering and geophysics. Petroleum refining was added in The Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Division (formerly Liberal Arts and International Studies) and the Department of Physical Education and Athletics provide nontechnical educational opportunities for Mines students. Other facilities include: Ben Parker Student Center, Arthur Lakes Library, Green Center and the Edgar Mine which is located in Idaho Springs.

Recent history[edit]

The Colorado School of Mines is a public research university devoted to engineering and applied science.

In August , a new student recreation center was completed. In , the school finished expanding its main computer center, the Center for Technology and Learning Media (CTLM). In May the school completed construction and installation of a new supercomputer nicknamed "Ra"[10] in the CTLM managed by the Golden Energy Computing Organization (GECO), a partnership among the Colorado School of Mines, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the National Science Foundation. In , CoorsTek granted a $27 million investment to the university, leading to the opening of the CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering, a multi-disciplinary building on campus dedicated to both academic and research activities.[11]

Mines is the host of the annual Colorado StateScience Olympiad, which draws teams from both the northern regional (hosted at Poudre High School) and southern regional (hosted at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs) competitions. One or two teams usually advance to the national finals, depending on the number of teams registered to compete. Mines also hosts the Colorado Regional Science Bowl, and shares hosting of the Colorado State MathCounts Competition with University of Denver, alternating biennially.

Since , the Colorado School of Mines has hosted the annual oil shale symposium, one of the most important international oil shale conferences. Although the series of symposia stopped after , the tradition was restored in [12]

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  • Victor C. Alderson – [n 3]
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  • Theodore A. Bickart –
  • John U. Trefny –
  • Myles W. Scoggins –
  • Paul C. Johnson –

Campus[edit]

Colorado School of Mines is located to the southwest of Golden's downtown, bordered to the west by U.S. Route 6 and to the north by Clear Creek. The campus spans acres (&#;km2),[3] including over a dozen academic and research buildings, indoor and outdoor athletic facilities, two student centers, a library, eight residential halls, and administration buildings. Additionally, the campus hosts a research building for the United States Geological Survey,[13] housing the National Earthquake Information Center.

The school operates the free admission Mines Museum of Earth Science, which displays rock and mineral specimens collected from Colorado's numerous mining districts as well as around the world. Notable objects in the collection include one of the "Goodwill" Apollo 17 lunar samples and the Miss Colorado crown. [14][15]

The design of the university's buildings have varied widely over time, spanning a spectrum of styles from Second Empire to Postmodernist, created by noted Colorado architectural masters including Robert S. Roeschlaub (Hall of Engineering), Jacques Benedict (Steinhauer Field House), and Temple Hoyne Buell (Berthoud Hall). To date, three main academic buildings are gone (original Territorial School of Mines, –93; Hall of Chemistry, –; Paul Meyer Hall, –), while the present campus includes:

  • Alderson Hall
    • Chemical and Biological Engineering
  • Berthoud Hall
    • Geology and Geological Engineering
  • Brown Hall (Building)
    • Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, undergraduate Environmental)
    • Computer Science
    • Mining Engineering
  • Chauvenet Hall
    • Applied Math and Statistics
  • Coolbaugh Hall
    • Chemistry and Geochemistry
  • CoorsTek Center for Applied Science and Engineering
  • Center for Technology and Learning Media (CTLM)
    • Academic Computing and Networking
  • Engineering Hall
  • General Research Laboratory and Museum of Earth Science
  • Green Center
    • Geophysics
    • GC Office of Events
  • Guggenheim Hall
    • President's Office
    • Administrative Offices
  • Hill Hall
    • Materials Science
    • Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
  • Arthur Lakes Library
  • Marquez Hall
  • Moly Building
    • Colorado Geological Survey
  • Recreation Center
  • Starzer Welcome Center
    • Admissions
    • Colorado School of Mines Alumni Association
    • Colorado School of Mines Foundation
  • Stratton Hall
    • Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
    • Applied Math and Statistics (not primary location)
  • Steinhauer Field House
  • Student Center
    • Financial Aid
    • Bookstore
    • Registrar
    • Student Life
  • Student Health Center
  • U.S Geological Survey
  • Volk Gymnasium
    • Physical Education and Athletics

Major open-air athletic facilities of the Colorado School of Mines include historic Campbell Field and Darden Field.

The honorary named Colorado School of Mines buildings commemorate Dr. Victor C. Alderson, Edward L. Berthoud, George R. Brown, Dr. Regis Chauvenet, Dr. Melville F. Coolbaugh, Cecil H. and Ida Green, Simon Guggenheim, Nathaniel P. Hill, Arthur Lakes, Dr. Paul D. Meyer, Winfield S. Stratton, and Russell K. Volk.

Academics[edit]

Mines is organized around 16 academic departments and 14 interdisciplinary programs:

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Advanced Energy Systems
  • Applied Mathematics and Statistics
  • Chemical and Biological Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Economics and Business
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Energy
  • Engineering, Design and Society
  • Geochemistry
  • Geology and Geological Engineering
  • Geophysics
  • GIS and Geoinformatics
  • Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
  • Military Science/ROTC
  • Mining Engineering
  • Nuclear Science and Engineering
  • Operations Research with Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Physics
  • Quantitative Biosciences and Engineering
  • Space Resources
  • Underground Construction and Tunneling

Mines began the world's first graduate program in space resources in the fall semester of , offering both master's and PhD degrees.[16]

Rankings[edit]

USNWR departmental rankings[25]

Chemistry 96
Computer Science 91
Earth Sciences 28
Engineering 59
Mathematics
Physics 71

Admissions[edit]

For freshmen entering Fall , Colorado School of Mines received 11, applications, accepted 6, (%) and enrolled 1, (% of those accepted).[29] The middle 50% range of SAT scores for the enrolled freshmen was – for evidence-based reading, and – for math, while the ACT Composite range was 27–[29] The average GPA was Men constituted % of the incoming class, women %.[29]

Traditions[edit]

E-Days[edit]

Each spring semester, the Colorado School of Mines students and faculty celebrate E-days (or Engineering Days). This three-day festival is kicked off Friday morning with the "Ore Cart Pull". This event consists of students collectively pulling an ore cart miles down Colfax Avenue to the Colorado State Capitol in Civic Center Park. Other attractions of this event include a cardboard boat race down nearby Clear Creek, a concert featuring a community-voted artist, and a large fireworks show Saturday night to end the festival, among many other small campus-hosted events.

M Climb[edit]

Freshmen at the Colorado School of Mines are expected, but not required, to participate in the M Climb during orientation weekend. During this climb, students carry a ten-pound rock brought from their hometown up Mt. Zion. Before ascending up the mountain, students are given colored hard-hats which are spray-painted by members of the Blue Key Honor Society.[30] Along the climb, non-freshmen encourage and heckle the new students with water balloons, silly string, and more, as well as leading the group in learning the Mines' fight song. At the top of the mountain, students place their rock on the "M," a large sign made of rock in the shape of Mines' M logo, and paint the M white using whitewash.[31] On graduation, seniors are invited to take a rock from the M as a keepsake of their time at Mines.[32]

Athletics[edit]

Main article: Colorado Mines Orediggers

The Colorado School of Mines' intercollegiate sports teams are known as the Orediggers. The Orediggers compete as members of NCAA Division II and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for all 18 varsity sports. The Oredigger athletic teams include baseball, football, wrestling, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross country, men's golf, men's and women's soccer, softball, men's and women's swimming, men's and women's indoor/outdoor track and field, and women's volleyball.

Colorado School of Mines was ranked No. 3 Best NCAA D2 school in the U.S. for student-athletes, according to Next College Student Athlete's NCSA Power Rankings.[33] The NCSA Power Rankings recognize the best colleges and universities in the U.S. for student-athletes.[34] Colorado school of mines athletics also ranked No. 2 in Football, No. 3 in Men's Soccer, No. 4 in Women's Soccer, and No. 5 in Women's Volleyball, among all NCAA D2 schools.

Notable alumni[edit]

Main article: List of Colorado School of Mines people

Notable faculty[edit]

Main page: Category:Colorado School of Mines faculty

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcProfessor in Charge.
  2. ^Began as Professor in Charge, became the first President.
  3. ^ abServed as President Twice

References[edit]

  1. ^As of June 30, U.S. and Canadian Institutions Listed by Fiscal Year Endowment Market Value and Change in Endowment Market Value from FY19 to FY20 (Report). National Association of College and University Business Officers and TIAA. February 19, Retrieved February 20,
  2. ^ abcde"Fall Headcount Enrollment". Colorado School of Mines. Retrieved August 21,
  3. ^ ab"Mines by the Numbers". Colorado School of Mines.
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