How would you go about your day if you didn’t have access to clean water? October 21, 2021, is the seventh annual Imagine a Day Without Water, a nationwide day of education and advocacy about the value of water.
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The NSF-funded program brings together students and faculty who are interested in studying food, energy and water issues and the many ways in which those systems affect each other.
Jordan Jarrett fell in love with teaching while earning her master’s degree from Colorado State University. As a newly appointed teaching assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, she hopes to inspire her students the way she was inspired by her teachers.
CSU atmospheric scientists and engineers will study the aerobiome — microbes in the air — as part of a new $12.5 million NSF project.
Three members of Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science will be honored at the 102nd American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting.
An interdisciplinary group of CSU researchers is part of a $15 million National Science Foundation research network that will study three regions impacted by catastrophic wildfires, declining water supplies and rapid urban population growth.
CSU researchers Jens Blotevogel and Anthony Rappé recently received a $474,000 U.S. Department of Defense grant to study and improve PFAS destruction by incineration, so the contaminants can be permanently removed from the environment without producing hazardous byproducts.
“Jibby valued education to the highest degree,” said Ousman Ba, a CSU alumnus and close friend to Diol and his family. “A scholarship is one of the best ways we can honor this amazing human being who brightened any room he stepped into.”
“When I was an undergraduate student, I was fortunate enough to work in a research group,” Ken Reardon says. “I loved it, and it had a lot to do with why I went to graduate school, but I never knew what the point of the whole project was.”
Now, Reardon is overseeing a $5.1 million Department of Energy project that is giving selected undergraduates a holistic view of research, in real time.
In a recent study, Colorado State University researchers proved the polymer known as LAPAM is effective as a temporary, economical sealant for reducing irrigation water loss. This research could not only reduce water loss, it could prevent water and soil degradation.