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Cheryl English

Cheryl Reynolds English (ArchEngr’81) started her engineering studies at CU-Boulder as an applied math major. But when she took her first illuminations course, she knew she had found her calling.

“Lighting is one of the few engineering programs that involves a balance of science and art,” she said. 

Zach Clawson

Zach Clawson may not have his architectural engineering degree yet, but thanks to his participation in a national Design-Build Student Competition, he’s got a pretty good sense of what it takes to put together a design and construction proposal for a real-world project.

Nash Hensen

When Nash Hensen rides the light rail into the heart of downtown Denver, he can’t help but smile. That’s because he knows he played a role in the construction of the Denver Union Station light rail track and station which opened in August 2011, just as his summer internship as a field engineer with Kiewit Building Group wound to a close.

Brad Schell

"We've been Googled," Brad Schell (ArchEngr '82) announced on his web site March 14, after the Internet search giant acquired his Boulder-based company, @Last Software. The company developed the award-winning 3D design product SketchUp, which is popular among professional engineers and architects, filmmakers, and even students.

Arch Archuleta

S.J. "Arch" Archuleta's family roots run deep in Colorado. A descendant of early Spanish explorers who settled in the state, Arch was raised on a sheep ranch in Pagosa Springs, the seat of Archuleta County bearing his family's name. His family later moved to Golden, where Arch completed high school before attending CU-Boulder on a scholarship.

Taylor Roberts

Taylor Roberts, a University of Colorado Boulder senior majoring in architectural engineering, is an example of the growing number of CU-Boulder students who are civically engaged.

Roberts is co-president of the CU-Boulder chapter of GlobeMed, a national student organization focused on improving the health of impoverished people. The organization has 19 chapters across the nation that partner with different grassroots groups that work in communities throughout the developing world.

Danielle Griego

Danielle Griego’s architectural engineering education at CU-Boulder has led to a career focused on addressing the global energy crisis, as well as some pretty cool stamps in her passport.

Celeste Cizik

Celeste Cizik, the engineering school's December 2002 outstanding graduate, works as a mechanical systems project engineer for Beaudin Ganze Consulting Engineers in Lakewood, Colorado, expanding on the sustainable design expertise she gained as a member of CU's first-place 2002 Solar Decathlon team.

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