The ball of fire was visible over the U.S. territory Friday afternoon and was captured on satellite used by the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (WTSP News).
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Recruiters from over 100 companies will join us at the Spring 2020 Engineering Career Fair, the cornerstone event of on-campus recruiting activities for engineering students.
The CSU Pride Resource Center and the Graduate QTs student organization are hosting a mixer for LGBTQ graduate students, faculty and staff, Feb. 4 in Lory Student Center Room 382, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Becky Bolinger, assistant state climatologist and researcher at CSU, explains that 2019 seemed to bring a particularly extreme roller coaster of variability to Colorado’s weather. (Colorado Public Radio).
“You’re not seeing actual flames,” said CIRA atmospheric scientist Matt Rogers. “We use the color tables to make it look like fire because that is what the human brain is conditioned to see.” (9News Denver)
For CIRA scientist Stephanie Stevenson, the riot of lightning was a clue that researchers hope will save lives when the most frightening of hurricanes brew (WUSF).
Jared Hodison is the newest Future Leaders winner. He’s a senior at Abraham Lincoln High School, a leader on the robotic team, and an advocate for cultural acceptance (CBS Denver).
“If you were to poll 50 scientists to see how climate change has affected hurricanes, you would get so many different answers,” said Phil Klotzbach, an atmospheric scientist at Colorado State University (NBC News).
Five researchers in one of the top Atmospheric Science programs in the nation are being honored in December and January by peers in their field.
According to Colorado State University hurricane researcher Philip Klotzbach, that’s the greatest 24-hour intensification of any Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone on record (Washington Post).