“Anthony developed a cult following among the students for his concern for their careers and well-being. We will miss Anthony greatly, but he absolutely deserves to be leading an organization and I’m really excited for Anthony in his new role,” said Bryan Willson, executive director of the CSU Energy Institute.
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Brad Reisfeld, Chemical and Biological Engineering professor, is spending the year as a visiting senior scientist at the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer in Lyon, France.
Wade Troxell received the Sam Mamet “Good Governance” Award this fall from the Colorado Municipal League.
Dan Zimmerle’s laboratory, known as the Methane Emissions Technology Evaluation Center, is now at the core of a critical industry for tackling climate change.
CSU ECE researchers are part of this unprecedented effort to understand how — and how much — water moves from the sky to the rivers of the West (Colorado Sun).
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.
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.