In what would prove to be one of his final acts with CSU, Walter Scott, Jr. chose to expand the existing Scott Scholars Program for undergraduate engineering students, committing through his foundation an additional $11.4 million toward the program.
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Engineers are working toward sustainable treatment of high-salinity byproducts from water purification processes like reverse osmosis
AGU Fellows serve as global leaders and experts who have propelled the world’s understanding of geosciences.
The Climate Program Office at NOAA has announced research funding that increases understanding of emissions in urban areas.
An atmospheric chemist, Fischer uses field-based and applied modeling approaches to investigate the sources of atmospheric trace gases.
For many students over the years, Scott’s financial support opened doors that would otherwise be closed.
CSU Energy Institute engineers are working on a toilet system, suitable for developing world needs, that pelletizes and dries human feces.
Meet several graduating Scott Scholars, and learn how the Walter Scott, Jr. Scholarship made a difference for them.
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.