High school students, parents, and community members to invited to explore CSU engineering majors and careers at the free event, held on CSU’s campus (October 19).
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Recruiters from over 100 companies will join us at the Fall 2019 Engineering Career Fair, the cornerstone event of on-campus recruiting activities for engineering students. Students do NOT need to pre-register for our event, and students from all CSU colleges are welcome to attend (October 3).
CSU’s Class of 1969 will be recognized Friday, Oct. 4, during this year’s Homecoming and Family Weekend 50 Year Club Luncheon, and prominent veterinarian Charlie Vail and Lt. Col. Robert W. Johnson will be honored for their many accomplishments.
A study by CSU researchers has found that dirty air from the Indo-Gangetic plain and central India is messing with ozone levels in the Indian subcontinent (Quartz India).
Students, staff, and faculty are invited to a presentation and Q&A with veteran NASA astronaut Joe Tanner, veteran of four space shuttle missions and seven spacewalks. CSU student Amanda Merkley will also be given the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation Award (September 26).
Learn about lightning and watch stunning footage of Colorado storms from Walt Lyons, president of WeatherVideoHD.TV, at FORTCAST’s first What’s Brewing in Weather & Climate talk of the semester (September 24).
CSU atmospheric scientist Phil Klotzbach explains how weather experts mix together computer models and human judgement based on years of experience (Popular Science).
CIRA researcher Dan Lindsey explores Hurricane Dorian, satellites, and weather concerns for the fall (Successful Farming).
CSU energy scholars Anthony Marchese and Dan Zimmerle explain the sources of methane from natural gas and what regulatory rollbacks could mean (The Conversation).
Learn how scientists like Matt Rogers from CIRA monitor Earth’s atmosphere and environment using satellites at September’s Teen Science Café (September 11).