Our faculty, staff and students work in a number of fundamental and applied areas important to earth, energy and environment that include mineral and energy resources, underground construction and tunneling, geological hazards, and geochemistry, as well as surface and ground water resources.
An Outstanding Education
We take education seriously, and have excellent teaching facilities, world class laboratory facilities, and access to some of the best field sites in the world.
Geology is important to many areas important to humanity, from hazards to water resources to changing climate. We are training outstanding students to be stewards of our earth’s natural resources.
- Mines to build advanced geosciences lab for non-destructive analysis of drill core
- Incoming Colorado School of Mines graduate student wins AGI scholarship
- Alexis Navarre-Sitchler, Craig Brice named Fryrear Chairs for Innovation and Excellence
- By smoothing out landscape, wildfire has measurable impact on potential for catastrophic mudslides, debris flows