Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science will no longer consider Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) scores for admission to the program.
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Sonia Kreidenweis and her research group identified an atmospheric region unchanged by human-related activities in the first study to measure bioaerosol composition of the Southern Ocean south of 40 degrees south latitude.
CSU Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor John van de Lindt will lead the American Society of Civil Engineers publication into its next phase as the new chief editor.
Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Robert Ettema served on an independent panel that investigated Nebraska’s Spencer Dam failure, to determine why it happened and how to prevent it from happening again.
Colorado State University is the only U.S. university in the top 25, and the 11th-fastest rising institution in the Earth and environmental sciences category.
A scholarship will be established in honor of Professor Jorge Ramirez that will support graduate students studying hydrology and water resources.
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow network, known as CoCoRaHS, has collected its 50 millionth daily precipitation report, thanks to more than 48,000 volunteers over 22 years.
Engineering Ph.D. candidate Emad Hassan’s desire to help people led him to Colorado State University’s NIST Center for Community Resilience Planning. Now his research has a new application with COVID-19.
CSU’s Graduate Student Council selected Justin Whitaker as the 2020 Spring Volunteer of the Month, an honor bestowed once a semester.
The annual American Geophysical Union Hydrology Days – a gathering of interdisciplinary leaders and presentation of emerging research in water studies – has been moved online as a webinar April 13-14, 2020.