Category: 2011 Fall

Reader survey comments

Mines magazine emailed a readership survey in May, to which more than 1,600 alumni responded. To complement the analysis provided in The Network, we offer a selection of comments that were provided anonymously by respondents in response to three survey questions.

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Letter to our Readers

Dear Readers, Innovation is a theme that runs throughout this issue. While not everyone is driven to innovate, it’s second nature for those connected to Mines, and the people and projects covered in the pages that follow...

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In Brief Fall 2011…

Mines is the top-ranked university in Colorado in the 2012 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s listing of America’s Best Colleges and Universities, ranking 75th in the category of Best National Universities,...

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CSM Foundation Maximizes Support for Mines

Each year, the CSM Foundation provides approximately $12 million in private support for the university, one-third of which comprises funding made available through the Mines endowment. During fiscal year 2011, the endowment grew in total value from $166 million to $196 million.

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Homecoming 2011: Campus Snapshots

Students and alumni celebrated this year’s homecoming (September 30 – October 1) by reuniting with old friends, parading down Washington Street and watching their team trounce Fort Lewis. Here are a few scenes from...

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Harry D. Campbell ’42

Harry D. Campbell ’42 died May 6, 2011, at the age of 97. Harry was born in Redondo Beach, Calif., in 1913 and attended Pasadena Junior College prior to coming to Colorado School of Mines. At Mines he excelled academically...

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