A study involving Civil and Environmental Engineering Associate Professor Ryan Morrison has mapped streamflow alterations across the U.S., providing a wealth of data for determining societal impacts on ecosystems.
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A new study by Colorado State University civil engineers examines the hidden costs to building foundations due to sea level rise.
New Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Ryan Smith uses technology to peer underground and answer questions about how groundwater supplies are changing and why.
Pat Keys, formerly the lead scientist with Colorado State University’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability, has joined the Department of Atmospheric Science as an assistant professor.
The Civil and Environmental Engineering assistant professor will use the National Science Foundation early-career funding to improve membrane desalination, so it can be more effective in providing fresh water.
Faculty, former department heads, students and staff honored Collett’s leadership and character June 24 in a ceremony at the Atmospheric Science campus.
Professor Eric Maloney was named department head of Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science July 1.
Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, Colorado State University researchers will work to understand and predict debris hazards from hurricane-force winds to improve buildings and make cities more resilient.
Rams Without Borders, CSU’s student chapter of Engineers Without Borders, is overseeing a project started by a senior design team in 2019 to help provide clean water to two communities in El Salvador.
Colorado State University engineers have partnered with third-party assessor Project Canary to develop a method for measuring freshwater usage during natural gas operations to help evaluate operators on sustainability.