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Mines Digs Dublin

It’s the stuff bucket lists are made of. Travel to Dublin—check. Travel to Dublin for St....

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Mines Hearts Water Polo

The Mines Water Polo Club strikes a heart-shaped pose in the pool at the Student Recreation Center...

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The Face of Petroleum Engineering

Only the second woman in the country to earn a doctorate in petroleum engineering, Ramona Graves PhD ’82 found her passion, but it wasn’t what she thought it would be.

A Passion for Stormwater Research

Chelsea Panos began her journey at Mines as an undergraduate student in the physics department before discovering her true passion: environmental engineering, and more specifically—hydrology.

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Just Published

Oil and Water: An Oilman’s Quest to Save the Source of America’s Most Endangered River Bud Isaacs ’64 joined forces with environmental author Stephen Grace to tell the story of the Colorado River headwaters, a resource under...

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