Ceremonies and speakers celebrate accomplishments of more than 2,100 CSU graduates.
Four atmospheric science graduate students received scholarships this year from a department fund established to enrich the graduate experience.
Lisa Weber, a chemical and biological engineering graduate student, has been named the first recipient of the James C. Linden Fellowship.
Emeritus Professor William Cotton has written a memoir, "The Setting Sun: A Life's Adventure."
Five researchers in one of the top Atmospheric Science programs in the nation are being honored in December and January by peers in their field.
Ellison Carter studies the air breathed by millions of Chinese citizens, in an effort to map China's rollout of clean energy policies.
CSU engineers have developed a treatment train for a PFAS compound best known by its trade name, GenX.
The team is developing guidelines for reviewing the more than 100 proposals and ideas that the RBEI has received from CSU students, faculty and staff.
Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Todd Bandhauer is working on technology that could help industry recover wasted energy and save billions of dollars.