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Company Overview of Colorado School of Mines
Colorado School of Mines is an educational institution that offers undergraduate, graduate, professional, and majors in the fields of chemical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, computer science, economics, electrical engineering, engineering, engineering physics, engineering science, environmental engineering, geological engineering, geophysical engineering, mathematics, mechanical engineering, metallurgical engineering, mining and mineral engineering, and petroleum engineering. Colorado School of Mines was founded in 1874 and is based in Golden, Colorado. The university has endowment assets of $134.3 million.
1500 Illinois St
Golden, CO 80401-1887
Founded in 1874
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Colorado School of Mines Key Developments
Colorado School of Mines Appoints Paul C. Johnson as President Effective July 1, 2015
Jun 1 15
The Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Paul C. Johnson as the 17th president of Colorado School of Mines. He will officially assume his duties on July 1, 2015. Johnson will join Mines from Arizona State University (ASU) where he has served as dean and executive dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering since 2006 and is a professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and Built Environment.
ExxonMobil and Colorado School of Mines Establish Joint Research Collaboration Focused on Developing Fundamental New Insights into Photosynthetic Processes and Carbon Fixation in Algae
May 19 15
ExxonMobil and Colorado School of Mines have established a joint research collaboration focused on developing fundamental new insights into photosynthetic processes and carbon fixation in algae. These insights will provide better understandings of the scientific and technical challenges to developing biofuels from algae. ExxonMobil has committed up to $1 million during the span of two years to further research led by Mines Chemistry and Geochemistry Associate Professor Matthew Posewitz that will contribute to the long-term development of the next generation of sustainable algal biofuel technologies. Posewitz, who has been studying algal biofuels for 13 years, said this funding will allow his research team to expand their research focus. ExxonMobil researchers will work closely with Posewitz's team and will have a high level of involvement with the research.
Colorado School of Mines Announces Scoggins Plans to Reties as a President in 2015
Nov 6 14
Colorado School of Mines announced that M. W. Scoggins is plans to retires as a President in 2015. Scoggins became the university's 16th president in June 2006 after more than 34 years in the global oil and gas industry with Mobil and ExxonMobil, retiring as a senior executive in 2004. He remains active in the industry through service on several boards of directors.
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