The Systems Engineering Program at Colorado State University, celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, teaches students how to manage the increasing complexity of the 21st century.
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Attending the UN Youth Assembly earlier this year gave Majed Alqatari the opportunity to represent not only his country and Colorado State University, but his generation as well.
A group of Colorado State University scientists is traveling to Argentina where they will study some of the most intense thunderstorms on the planet.
For engineering student Juan Venegas, being the first in his family to get an internship at a major national lab was both intimidating and rewarding.
At the Women of Vision Gala in July, two CSU students were awarded the Joan C. King-Tobet Memorial Scholarship for exceptional students with an interest in biomedical science or biomedical engineering.
A summer journey to Normandy was the perfect choice to feed Charlotte Cerveny’s passions for history and engineering. Cerveny, a dual major in history and mechanical engineering, spent 10 days at the end of May exploring Normandy, France, and the history of World War II.
A new study by Colorado State University researchers could lead to more effective landfill-based management of varied waste streams.
Students on the Solar-Powered Refrigeration Team are using their mechanical engineering Senior Design project to test solutions that could make refrigeration more affordable and sustainable for developing nations.
Imagine a future where medical results do not take weeks, or require long trips to the doctor’s office, but instead are as easy as purchasing a gift card. New systems engineering professor Steve Simske thinks combining broad skillsets with engineering could potentially lead to a “gift of life” card, which could easily capture bodily samples such as saliva and instantly report medical conditions.
Being the first in her family to complete a college degree is important to Christina Canino, an engineering student recently awarded a $5,000 scholarship.