Priscilla Vazquez’s aspiration to improve others’ quality of life is the driving force behind her decision to pursue a second bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering.
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This winter’s snowfall in the mountains that feed the Colorado has been far short of average overall but varies widely.
This year’s program will feature “TedX-style” presentations highlighting innovations in technology and an employer/student mixer.
Norm Evans’ distinguished career in agricultural engineering spanned more than 40 years. He retired as professor emeritus, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado State University.
Learn more about the Energy Institute with Executive Director Bryan Willson and Associate Director Jeff Muhs Jan. 31.
Zachary D. Asher will be presenting “Reducing Energy Consumption with Self-Driving Vehicle Technology” Feb. 1.
Energy company Husk Power Systems, which is building renewable energy systems to power remote villages in Asia and Africa, made two big announcements: It picked up $20 million from investors, and it’s moving its headquarters to Fort Collins.
In a new study, Colorado State University civil engineer Hussam Mahmoud offers an innovative approach to defining resilience that could help communities better prepare for hazards.
Even compared to other tropical cyclones, the rain from Harvey has been very hard, and gone for a very long time.