Mines is published quarterly by the Colorado School of Mines and the CSM Alumni Association for alumni and friends of the school. Mines magazine is a critical communication serving the Colorado School of Mines community. Its mission is to keep readers informed about the school, to further the goals of the school and the alumni association, and to foster connectedness.
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Editor and Director of Communications, CSM Alumni Association
Art & Design
Craig Korn, VeggieGraphics
Trisha Bentz Kendall
Chris Peters, Peters Photography
Thomas Cooper, Lightbox Images
Trisha Bentz Kendall
Joe Mahoney ’86
Kirsten Boyer is a freelance portrait photographer living in Boulder, Colo. (Photography: “Great Green Greasy Algae”)
Anne Button is a principal at Effect Communications in Denver, Colo. She consults with and writes for higher-education institutions. (Lees and Chuber/Dumesnil profiles)
Oliver Dewey is an undergraduate at Mines who works part time for CSMAA. He assists with Passings and numerous magazine-related projects.
Jeff Duggan has served as Mines’ sports information director for five years. In addition to providing all communications for the Athletics Department, he writes content for Scoreboard.
Jeannie Jacobson, who assists with copy editing the magazine, has worked for University Advancement (formerly OIA) in Corporate and Foundation Relations since 2001.
Trisha Bentz Kendall is associate director of communications for University Advancement, where she has worked since 2005. In addition to contributing to Investing, she spends nights and weekends writing Inside Mines, administering the web site, and assisting with editing and copy editing.
Craig Korn, art director for Mines, is a freelance graphic designer based in Denver. He has worked on the magazine since helping with the redesign in early 2007.
Lisa Marshall is freelance journalist and mother of four who lives in Estes Park, Colo. (“A Bold Ascent”)
Todd Neff, former science and environment writer for Boulder’s Daily Camera, is a freelance writer based in Denver. (Spotlight: Christian Shorey)
Chris Peters, an undergraduate student at Mines, owns and operates Peters Photography. His work is found throughout this magazine.
Erica Siemers has served as director of communications for University Advancement since 2005. In this issue, along with contributing to Investing, she worked closely with Marsha Williams on “Paying it Forward.”
Nick Sutcliffe is editor of Mines magazine and director of communications for the alumni association. A lecturer for LAIS 1999 – 2001, he subsequently worked for OIA in communications, before taking up his current position in early 2007.
Emily Wald has assisted Mines magazine as a summer intern in 2009 and 2008. A junior at Evergreen High School, she is an avid reader and excellent writer. (Class Notes and Just Published.)
Marsha Williams, director of integrated marketing communications for the school, has worked in public relations since 1998—she has contributed to Mines on numerous occasions during that time. (“Paying it Forward”)
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