Thanks to a year-long grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a team of engineering students took their skills to new heights against a major threat to our way of life – harmful algal blooms.
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BME-CBE student Michelle Hefner interviewed Dean David McLean about the college’s diversity efforts, working with students and industry, and the watershed moments of his work as dean.
As an engineering student ambassador, Camille Milo has brought her passion for helping others to the Walter Scott Jr., College of Engineering community.
On Monday, March 22, the college held the first virtual engineering faculty and staff awards ceremony. Over 170 attendees from across the college’s departments and divisions attended the ceremony through Zoom.
Collaboration between Colorado State University and Colorado School of Mines defined a new technology to collect incoherent light emitted by fluorescent molecules and reconstruct 3D digital models of the object.
High school and transfer students interested in engineering can meet with student design teams, check out laboratory demonstrations, and learn about engineering careers during the free virtual Engineering Exploration Week, February 15 – 20, 2021.
Stormwater has to go somewhere, and it is an often unnoticed, elaborate system beneath our feet. The Colorado Stormwater Center provides research and training on stormwater mitigation development and yearly maintenance efforts.
Graduating CSU mechanical engineering student Caitlin Robinson earned the prestigious Silver Medal and a new job working on rockets for United Launch Alliance.
Shannon Wagner was honored with a 2020 Distinguished Administrative Professional Award from Colorado State University for helping students succeed despite a complex and anxiety-filled world.