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!
Junko Munakata Marr, PhD
Professor and Department Head
To schedule a meeting with our Department Head Junko Munakata Marr, see her availability click here
To schedule a meeting with our Department Manager Kimberly Brock (Graduate program questions) email firstname.lastname@example.org
To schedule a meeting with our Academic Advising Coordinator Stephen Green (Undergraduate questions only) click here
- Chris Higgins’ work on PFAS remediation wins SERDP Project of the Year
Christopher Higgins, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been recognized for the top environmental restoration project of the year by the U.S. Department …
- Junko Munakata Marr named Civil and Environmental Engineering department head
Junko Munakata Marr is the new head of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Colorado School of Mines.
- Tailings Center names Michael Henderson as its first director
The new research and educational collaboration between Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University and University of Arizona launched in June 2020.
- First-of-its-kind study estimates daily PFAS dietary exposure from vegetables in adults and children
“While there has been an emphasis on identifying and cleaning up drinking water impacted by PFASs, much less attention has been given to assessing risks from consuming produce irrigated with PFAS-cont …