The largest and most diverse freshman class in Colorado State University’s history has led to record enrollment for the 10th consecutive year. The university welcomes 33,413 students to campus this year.
Upgrading the grid
CSU a partner in Real-Time Super Lab demo
New project to streamline diversity and inclusion in engineering curricula
High school students dip their toes into river science
High-flying, eye-popping drones gather data from storms
CSU and CU may be rivals on the field, but we are joining together to urge Ram and Buffs fans to support relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey.
ChemE Car placed third at the Rocky Mountain Regional Conference, qualifying the team to compete at the national competition this fall.
ME undergraduate student, Liam Lewane, recently shared his latest project at a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Research campaign, addressing environmental air quality.
Atmospheric science student Jared Brewer spent the summer at the Institut de Combustion Aérothermique Réactivité et Environment, in Orleans, France investigating the quantum yields of the carbonyl species, Methyl Ethyl Ketone.
A team led by the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands is providing adaptation strategies for installations vulnerable to future climate threats.
Tissa H. Illangasekare is scheduled to give the third annual Art Corey Lecture Oct. 9 at 6 p.m.
The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering invites high school students and their families to campus to learn about engineering majors and careers.
Atmospheric science researcher Libby Barnes shares inspiration from her grandfather's career
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering is pursuing a partnership with Zhejiang University, with exchanges beginning in 2018.
Sue van den Heever has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the American Meteorological Society Edward N. Lorenz Teaching Excellence Award, a highly competitive, national award.
Since the 1950s, a 24,000-square-foot, off-campus research facility, located in the Fort Collins foothills, has endured dozens of renovations; the latest renovation transformed the facility into “The Factory.” Its diverse history has made it one of CSU’s most unique facilities, and its new name offers a glimpse into its inception in 1958.