In the Spotlight: Graduate Degrees in UC&T

Colorado School of Mines now offers MS and PhD degrees in Underground Construction & Tunneling (UC&T) and is accepting applications for Fall 2014. Financial support is available. Learn more about graduate studies in UC&T.

Calendar: Seminars and Presentations

UC&T Student Research Presentations
Rick Bearce, Lisa Mori & Jacob Grasmick
Brown Building W210, 17th & Illinois, Golden, CO, Noon-1pm MT
Means and Methods of Underground Construction - Kiewit Underground District
Sean Sladicka, Patrick Martin and Colin Lyons
Brown Building W210, 17th & Illinois, Golden, CO, Noon-1pm MT
Guest Lecture
Dr. Adam Bezuijen, Professor of Geotechnics, Gent University, Belgium
Brown Building W210, 17th & Illinois, Golden, CO, Noon-1pm MT
Complete Seminar Series

Who We Are

We are a collaborative, interdisciplinary group of faculty and students from the departments of civil & environmental, geology & geological, mining, and mechanical engineering, as well as geophysics and computer science - all with a collective interest in education and research in underground engineering.

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Excellence and Innovation

By advancing knowledge, we have the ability to grow the industry. We are dedicated to advancing knowledge through both fundamental research that leads to significant breakthroughs, and through very applied research that can help provide a solution for a specific tunneling project.

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Dig In!

Get involved with the Center for Underground Construction & Tunneling. There are opportunties for everyone, including current and prospective students, and members of industry.

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