The Noyce Scholarship helps future STEM educators jump into teaching.
ChemE Car placed third at the Rocky Mountain Regional Conference, qualifying the team to compete at the national competition this fall.
ME undergraduate student, Liam Lewane, recently shared his latest project at a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Research campaign, addressing environmental air quality.
Atmospheric science student Jared Brewer spent the summer at the Institut de Combustion Aérothermique Réactivité et Environment, in Orleans, France investigating the quantum yields of the carbonyl species, Methyl Ethyl Ketone.
Civil engineering graduate student Andy Carroll seeks to help the Todos Santos community implement a waste management system.
A field campaign for observing storms using drones and weather balloons wrapped up in June.
46 engineering students stand out as Walter Scott, Jr. Scholars and Fellows, and will be welcomed to campus this fall as inaugural award recipients.
Trevor Aguirre was elected National Graduate Representative for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and seeks to improve STEM awareness in his new role.
The undergraduate students from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering at CSU who are helping set up new brewing facilities on campus seem to appreciate that it’s a rare opportunity.