Assistant Professor Maria Rugenstein researches how the ocean influences the atmosphere and how it stores and redistributes heat.
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Atmospheric scientists at Colorado State University lead a program called PROGRESS help retain undergraduate women in STEM.
Engineering students are exposed to cutting-edge research and interdisciplinary collaboration in training programs through the One Water Solutions Institute.
Nicole Ellison, who left industry to get advanced degrees and turn to teaching, is especially excited to work with students in the materials laboratory, or “smash” lab.
Civil engineering professor Hussam Mahmoud and his co-author Akshat Chulahwat quantified wildfire risk to several communities for the first time, based on certain factors.
A study led by CSU Department of Atmospheric Science researcher Charlotte DeMott, funded by NOAA, aims to bridge the gap between observations and models, improving the accuracy of climate projections.
Atmospheric scientists at CSU found black carbon is not as important as previously thought for ice particle formation in mid-level clouds, the clouds most responsible for precipitation over continents.
Civil Engineering Assistant Professor Aditi Bhaskar analyzed streamflow change in 53 watersheds over 20-year periods of peak urbanization.
Melissa Burt, assistant dean for Diversity and Inclusion and atmospheric science researcher, has been chosen to participate in two National Science Foundation honors.
University Distinguished Professor Emeritus Tom Vonder Haar is senior adviser on NASA’s latest project that will extend the 40-year continuous record of a project that is collecting data on Earth’s radiation budget.