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
- Mines graduate student named 2018 Tillman Scholar
A Colorado School of Mines graduate student who served in the U.S. Army for 22 years before pursuing her engineering education has been named a Class of 2018 Tillman Scholar by the Pat Tillman Foundat …
- Mines grad student finishes second at poster competition
VeeAnder Mealing, a doctoral student in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, finished in second place at the student technical poster contest at the American Center for Life Cycle Asses …
- Solar membranes could cut cost of treating brackish water
Researchers at Colorado School of Mines are co-investigators in a $2 million U.S. Department of Energy project to develop solar-powered desalination membrane technology that could help rural and inlan …
- Summer camp offers hands-on intro to tunnels, engineering
A new summer camp at Colorado School of Mines hopes to inspire the next generation to think below the surface. Through the support of the University Transportation Center-Underground Transportation …