According to Ryan Bailey, an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Colorado State University, thinking about groundwater is a lot like thinking about your bank accounts. (Popular Science)
Daily Archives: April 4, 2022
The Association for Computing Machinery, or ACM, has selected Professor Sudeep Pasricha for its Distinguished Speaker Program.
Colorado State University researchers will receive nearly $1 million from the Environmental Protection Agency to expand air quality monitoring in communities impacted by wildfires and improve communication of health risks from smoke exposure.
Melissa Griffin is the South Carolina state coordinator for a program designed to track weather variability, known to its members at CoCoRaHS. “It’s one of the most comprehensive citizen-science initiatives we’ve got in the U.S.” (Coastal Observer)
Jeffrey Pierce, a Professor at CSU’s Department of Atmospheric Science, and Sheryl Magzamen, an Epidemiologist with the Colorado School of Public Health, will discuss health risks related to wildfires that burn locally as well as “upwind” from the West Coast. (Estes Park Trail Gazette)
Offering degrees at Adams State University in the San Luis Valley will help reach a goal of attracting more students from Hispanic communities. “This degree leads into the engineering profession. We also want to create a more diverse mechanical engineering profession,” said Christian Puttlitz. (Denver Post)