From a young age, Zito said she fell in love with the complexities of science and math.
Colorado State University Systems Engineering Professor Steve Simske joins the distinguished list of prolific inventors with his 203rd patent.
Melissa Burt, assistant dean for Diversity and Inclusion and atmospheric science researcher, has been chosen to participate in two National Science Foundation honors.
Atmospheric Science faculty James Hurrell, Susan van den Heever and Russ Schumacher are being honored this year by one of the top organizations in their field.
Mechanical engineering alumnus Gary Johnson oversees a team of about 150 engineers and scientists who have designed and developed nasopharyngeal swabs for Applied Medical in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Professor Brad Reisfeld, who researches computational and systems toxicology and pharmacology, has received one of the highest honors in his field.
Zack Labe recently joined the Barnes Group as a postdoctoral researcher in CSU’s Department of Atmospheric Science.
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.
CSU alumna Tina Larson and her colleagues at Recursion have assisted with the body of research on COVID-19.