Welcome to the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Colorado School of Mines! Our mission is to prepare students to address current and future challenges in earth, energy and the environment by delivering high-quality research and educational programs in engineering and science.
We are home to ReNUWIt, the nation’s first National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center for water, one of the world’s top Underground Construction and Tunneling Centers, a U.S. Department of Transportation Tier 1 University Transportation Center for Underground Infrastructure, and a $2 MM EPA National Priorities Grant to develop decision support tools to implement gray-green stormwater infrastructure.
Stop by and visit if you are in beautiful Golden. We would love to show you the great things happening in our department and on campus!
Terri S. Hogue, PhD
Professor and Head
- Landis to speak on diversity in STEM at AAAS Annual Meeting
Amy Landis, presidential faculty fellow for access, attainment and diversity at Colorado School of Mines, has been invited to speak about diversity in STEM at the 2018 American Association for the Adv …
- Tutoring program aims to grow future scientists, engineers
When Kate Smits was an engineering student at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, she struggled to find a mentor. She had great professors and a great experience overall. But she never fou …
- Graduate student receives NAGT Outstanding TA Award
A Colorado School of Mines graduate student has been honored with the National Association of Geoscience Teachers Outstanding TA Award. William Kyle Blount, a PhD student in hydrology, was nominated f …
- Mines, ColoradoSPH to study contaminated water exposure
Toxic chemicals from fire-fighting foams have contaminated water supplies in the towns of Fountain, Security and Widefield south of Colorado Springs, affecting at least 65,000 Coloradans Researchers …