CSU”s SWE team won for developing a program to retain volunteers for its Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day.
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CSU’s reputation for groundbreaking microgrid research drew the 15th annual microgrids symposium to CSU.
Chemical and Biological Engineering/Biomedical Engineering senior Benjamin Farkas, ’21, departed for Hangzhou, China in June to study at Zhejiang University for six weeks
Mechanical engineering major and math minor Christina Chang, a junior, is spending her summer at Oxford University in London.
Chemical and Biological Engineering/Biomedical Engineering junior Michelle Hefner is spending her summer in Aachen, Germany on an 11-week research internship funded by the German government.
Mechanical Engineering major and Chinese minor, Sydney Spiegel ‘22, is spending his summer in Suzhou, Jiangsu, China studying at Soochow University.
Christian Puttlitz, longtime Mechanical Engineering professor at Colorado State University, has been named department head.
Mechanical engineering students and faculty at Colorado State have developed a new Life Cycle Assessment method that accounts for changes in greenhouse gas emissions over time.
Researchers have developed a new technology that allows them to probe cell changes without disturbing the cell’s physiology – a major advancement that helps scientists look more closely at cell changes to solve human health problems, according to a new paper in Cell Reports.
The CSU chapter of Pi Tau Sigma hosted the organization’s 98th annual national convention in February, attended by 180 members from around the world.