In 2010, CSU atmospheric science alumnus Pete Wetzel set out to hike home – to all two dozen places he’d ever called home in his 60-plus years – and he concluded his journey this year in Fort Collins. His advisor, Professor Emeritus William Cotton, joined him Oct. 26.
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Civil and Environmental Engineering Professors Ryan Morrison and Peter Nelson will apply a $309,553 National Science Foundation award to research how floodplain vegetation influences river flow and floodplain functions.
The Environmental Protection Agency called Thompson School District a “shining example” and commended CSU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Pinar Omur-Ozbek and her students Oct. 11 during a press conference at Sarah Milner Elementary School in Loveland.
CSU Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Bruce Ellingwood ranked as the sixth most-cited civil engineering author in a Stanford University worldwide citation survey, published in PLoS.
The JPB Environmental Health Fellowship has connected CSU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering assistant professor Ellison Carter with other multidisciplinary academic and agency leaders to support policy changes that address environmental, social and economic disparities.
The American Geophysical Union will honor CSU Atmospheric Science Associate Professor Emily Fischer with the James B. Macelwane Medal in recognition of her significant contributions to the geophysical sciences as an outstanding early career scientist.
CSU’s Atmospheric Cyclists have again dominated the bicycle-commuting contest sponsored by the City of Loveland.
University Distinguished Professor Sonia Kreidenweis, who is well known for her research on atmospheric aerosol particles, has been named a fellow of the American Geophysical Union.
Elizabeth (Libby) Barnes will receive the prestigious Clarence Leroy Meisinger Award from the American Meteorological Society in January.
College students from across the country are working with atmospheric science researchers who lead their field, and interact with graduate students on cutting-edge projects through the Research Experience for Undergraduates, or REU, program.