Drew Crouch, who has two mechanical engineering degrees from CSU, retired from corporate life in 2018 from a 34-year career and now shares his experience with students about career paths and industry changes.
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Three professors in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering have been awarded professorships provided by donors.
Lisa Weber, a chemical and biological engineering graduate student, has been named the first recipient of the James C. Linden Fellowship.
Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Todd Bandhauer is working on technology that could help industry recover wasted energy and save billions of dollars.
A lot has changed in 150 years for the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering, but the land-grant mission of teaching, research and outreach – as well as monitoring the weather – remains the same.
Tina Larson, a chemical and biological engineering alumna, will receive the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award on October 3.
The American Society of Civil Engineering honored achievements of Jorge Ramirez with the 2019 Arid Lands Hydraulic Engineering Award for outstanding teaching and mentoring and research on arid lands hydrology and hydraulics.
Atmospheric science professor Emily Fischer’s group contributed to research showing how air quality is increasingly getting worse from wildfires.
Christopher Snow, associate professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, has been named the recipient of the Nelson Family Faculty Excellence Award – a prestigious honor designed to help the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering support researchers with potential.
Civil Engineering Department Chair Chuck Shackelford gave 12 lectures in eight Canadian provinces this summer, traveling 4,000 miles in three weeks.