CSU engineers and biologists will engineer algae strains and improve cultivation operations to boost algae’s potential as a source of biofuels and other products.
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The college’s new ENcourage Engineering Math Program helps incoming students learn practical applications of math in engineering.
Ellie Casas, a doctoral candidate in the Atmospheric Science department, is working this summer as one of the instructors of the ENcourage Engineering Math Program.
Watson was recognized in part for his efforts to expand the domain of chemical engineering in research and education.
Dave Cummings got his first job out of CSU installing low-cost food extrusion systems in Tanzania and in Costa Rica for Professor Jud Harper, which ultimately led to a long, successful career with General Mills.
Trent Sieg (’18), a CSU mechanical engineering alumnus who is the long snapper for the Las Vegas Raiders of the NFL, is scheduled to help kick off E-Days with other alumni, industry leaders and teachers starting at 9 a.m. April 23.
“We can provide moms with the information they need to make a difference.” – Melissa Burt, Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion and Atmospheric Science researcher (CBS News).
“I think the frequency of these kinds of summers where we get in these hot, dry conditions is probably going to increase,” State Climatologist Russ Schumacher told Colorado Public Radio.
Chemical and Biological Engineering Professor Brad Reisfeld has an EPA grant to build a sensor that will identify harmful algal blooms.
Rachael Johnson is developing a math “boot camp” for first-year students as part of her iAspire training grant.