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.
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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.
Tom Bradley is the first department head for the newly created Department of Systems Engineering, and he is ready to lead the unique program of systems-style thinking into the future of academia and research.
As CSU systems engineering Assistant Professor Kamran Shahroudi and two Ph.D. candidates proved recently in their award-winning papers, without a consistent culture of systems thinking throughout a project serious fiascos could occur.
CSU civil engineering associate professor and expert in community resilience modeling Hussam Mahmoud will represent the United States as co-chair of the 2019 Arab-American Frontiers Symposium.
A three-year DOE grant funds research into production of better biofuels, engaging CSU researchers across disciplines in engineering, other colleges, and other institutions.
Colorado State University students on a summer study abroad course in Ecuador put the extraordinary amount of knowledge they had learned in their courses to the test by helping create prosthetic devices.
Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering welcomes the new Department of Systems Engineering into the college, one of the highest ranked interdisciplinary research and education systems programs in the nation.
CSU professor and University Distinguished Teaching Scholar Branislav Notaros was awarded the ACES Technical Achievement Award for contributions in computational electromagnetics.