Meet several graduating Scott Scholars, and learn how the Walter Scott, Jr. Scholarship made a difference for them.
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As a first-generation college student, Venegas is grateful for the support of family, friends, donors and faculty, all of whom helped him adapt and excel while at CSU.
During her time at CSU, Dindinger competed on the triathlon team, volunteered in Iceland, and learned the importance of giving back.
Being a student during the pandemic helped Dahley appreciate the CSU engineering community all the more.
Poteet, of Grand Junction, Colorado, is proud of having made a positive impact as a role model and mentor during her time at CSU.
Harelson took time out of his busy schedule to reflect on his professional life, his favorite CSU memories, and his best advice to current students.
The Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory will host the 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, May 4-5 and 14.
Mechanical engineering researchers have provided the most detailed accounting to date of the industry’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Early in the pandemic, a CSU team set out to quantify the dynamics of how aerosols like viruses travel from one person to another, under different circumstances.
The campaign, Science Moms, tugs at the fierce protective instincts of its target demographic: mothers.