Returning decades later as commencement speaker for the college he graduated from is a “once in a lifetime” opportunity for which Dickinson expressed deep gratitude.
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“I have always made it a point to push past my comfort zones and actively participate in presentations and outreach events, and I am proud to say that my classmates have always been exceptionally welcoming and great to work with.”
Dickinson is a four-star general in the U.S. Army and a 1985 alumnus of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.
The Lory Student Center plaza and ballroom were abuzz April 22 for E-Days, the annual senior design celebration for engineering students.
CSU’s range of expertise in finding solutions to the climate crisis was on full display during the senator’s April 19 visit.
The project has shown that a porous protein material can be decorated with binding domains for virus particles.
The $177 million INCUS satellite mission continues a rich history of CSU-led atmospheric science and Earth observations.
Mineral scaling on membrane surfaces in desalination applications is a highly technical problem that Tiezheng Tong’s lab is working to solve.
The report was written by a committee of experts that included John Volckens, professor of mechanical engineering at Colorado State University and professor of environmental and occupational health for ColoradoSPH.
CSU leaders in natural gas engine design and optimization are among a handful of teams nationwide innovating new technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in oil, gas and coal industries.