The Hazel Barnes Prize is the highest faculty award for teaching and research at CU-Boulder
Milos Popovic is one of 16 researchers across the country to receive the 2012 fellowship
CU-Boulder faculty and students won a 16-month grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation as part of the "Reinvent the Toilet Challenge"
Diane Sieber to become second engineering faculty member to live in a campus residence hall
Professor Bernard Amadei is one of three envoys appointed by the Secretary of State to help strengthen U.S. ties with other countries
Abbie Liel, Matthew Hallowell, and Mahmoud Hussein were selected for the prestigious award
Ryan Gill won a large grant from the Department of Energy to engineer E. coli bacteria into something really valuable
New MS and PhD degree programs are being offered starting in fall 2013
Former energy industry executive appointed to position on Dean's leadership team
The 2012 award winners are Dragan Maksimovic, JoAnn Silverstein, Karl Linden, and Timothy May
CU-Boulder now offers a bachelor of arts degree in computer science through the College of Arts and Sciences
CU-Boulder scholarships reward excellence among in-state and out-of-state students
Chris Bowman is the world's leading expert in photo-induced polymerization reactions
Nikolaus Correll and his team have developed a basic robotic building block
Programs come under college umbrella
Keep up with the latest news about the college by reading the 2013 issue of CUEngineering magazine online.