The pandemic hasn’t stilled CSU’s Hydraulics Lab, the state-of-the-art lab continues to provide valuable hands-on education and advancements in hydraulics engineering.
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CSU’s Interdisciplinary Training, Education and Research in Food-Energy-Water Systems, known as InTERFEWS, has doubled in size in both research proposals and participants.
The One Water Solutions Institute brings together diverse researchers from across the CSU campus and employs students and staff to solve water-related problems.
The American Geophysical Union has awarded Atmospheric Science Associate Professor Libby Barnes the Future Horizons in Climate Science: Turco Lectureship. Barnes will present the lecture during the AGU Fall Meeting in December.
Colorado State University atmospheric scientist Emily Fischer has been selected by Science News as one of 10 scientists to watch – a distinction that recognizes early- and mid-career scientists age 40 and under who are significantly contributing to their fields.
CSU atmospheric scientists will create a high-resolution version of an Earth system model to be used by scientists around the globe.
Assistant Professor Maria Rugenstein researches how the ocean influences the atmosphere and how it stores and redistributes heat.
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.