“When times were hard, I always convinced myself to pull through. This helped not only in computer engineering but also in my computer science major where continuous learning is essential.”
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A multifaceted team at CSU has secured support from the NSF for a new high-performance computing (HPC) cyberinfrastructure to amplify research across campus.
The Association for Computing Machinery, or ACM, has selected Professor Sudeep Pasricha for its Distinguished Speaker Program.
Not long after the first TEMPEST-D completed a successful three-year mission, an identical tiny satellite sensor developed by researchers at Colorado State University and NASA’s JPL is back in orbit.
“I felt obligated to push this institution to do better so that current and future students would not have to endure the depleting and denigrating racially charged incidents that defined so much of my time at CSU.”
Victoria Bohannon-Pea, who earned her bachelor’s degree at CSU in Electrical Engineering in 2017, led the design and development of a mythical animal companion for Belle, a 14-year-old girl living with cancer.
CSU researchers developed a new mirror coating technology that will help the international LIGO collaboration extend its reach into the cosmos.
Colorado State University senior Kori Eliaz was over the moon when she learned she was one of 60 students selected to receive the prestigious astronaut scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
What makes a well-rounded engineer? Ask graduating senior Nick Daly, this year’s winner of the coveted Colorado Engineering Council, or CEC, Silver Medal, one of the most prestigious awards an engineering student can receive.
John Crowell is experiencing college the second time around, while raising his year-old daughter, Ellen, with his wife, Dana.