E-Ship Club is a group of students passionate about entrepreneurship. They host the annual Golden Startup Festival. To learn more, email President John Oldland (email@example.com) or attend one of their meetings- Thursdays at 5:30 pm in the Blaster Design Factory in the Brown Building.
The Maker Society seeks to promote making through open-source design, collaboration, and innovation on campus by providing tools, information, and resources to its’ members in a creative environment. They are passionate about making and believe in empowering students to make. To learn more, contact Sevy Swift (firstname.lastname@example.org) or attend one of their workshops, listed on our events page.
UNIVERSITY INNOVATION FELLOWS
The University Innovation Fellows are a group of students passionate about encouraging entrepreneurship and innovation on the Mines campus through events, workshops, spaces and more. To learn more, contact Emma May (email@example.com) or visit the University Innovation Fellows website.
GRAND CHALLENGE SCHOLARS PROGRAM
The Grand Challenge Scholars Program (GCSP) encourages students to look at 14 Grand Challenges of Engineering and critically address other global issues. To learn more, visit their website here.
MCBRIDE HONORS PROGRAM
McBride is the honors program here at Mines. Through McBride, students get a well-rounded education that integrates the world of the liberal arts with that of science and engineering. For more information, click here!
The Robotics Club works on a number of different projects. Most notably, their Robot Pentathlon team won first place at the ASME E-fest West Student Design Competition in Vegas this spring! The club is open to students of all levels of experience.