Civil engineering professor Tiezheng Tong will be recognized by the North America Membrane Society with the Young Membrane Scientist Award in May.
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CSU’s Atmospheric Science department is one of 14 institutions chosen as a partner in the AGU’s Bridge program.
The American Meteorological Society will again recognize Professor Emeritus Wayne Schubert at its 100th annual meeting by holding a symposium in his honor Jan. 15.
Civil Engineering alumnus Brian Maroney credits Emeritus Professor Marvin Criswell with giving him the foundation of his education.
Four atmospheric science graduate students received scholarships this year from a department fund established to enrich the graduate experience.
Emeritus Professor William Cotton has written a memoir, “The Setting Sun: A Life’s Adventure.”
Ellison Carter studies the air breathed by millions of Chinese citizens, in an effort to map China’s rollout of clean energy policies.
Colorado State University atmospheric scientists recently embarked on partner field campaigns to study weather phenomena over the Philippines and surrounding sea.
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.
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.