Al Weimer

Professor Alan Weimer Earns AIChE Lifetime Achievement Award

Sept. 18, 2017

Bryn Grunwald

Bryn Grunwald

Sept. 15, 2017

Why did you choose engineering at CU Boulder? I lived through Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines in 2013. I was originally thinking of doing more computational linguistics, but then I realized the benefits I could give the world translating science for laypeople in developing countries in post-disaster scenarios. CU had... Read more »
State Tour

Braun Voyage: Engineering State Tour

Sept. 14, 2017

Next week I’m hitting the road, bringing CU Engineering to the farthest reaches of the state. Monday through Friday, I’ll cover more than 800 miles of Colorado with a small team of faculty and staff. We’ll spend time in Durango, Alamosa, Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Longmont to meet with high school and community college students, teachers, and administrators, alumni and other advocates.Read more »
Max Armstrong helps an amputee put on his new prosthetic leg.

Affordable prosthetic system could help amputees worldwide

Sept. 13, 2017

Few people figure out how they want to change the world in middle school. But in eighth grade, Peter “Max” Armstrong -- now a third-year mechanical engineering major -- did just that.Read more »
A chemical engineering instructor works with two female students in a lab.

Movin’ on Up: CU Engineering Earns No. 16 Ranking

Sept. 13, 2017

CU Engineering has jumped two spots in U.S. News and World Report’s list of best undergraduate engineering programs , coming in at No. 16 among public institutions and No. 30 overall for 2018. Three programs within engineering also landed top 20 spots in individual program rankings: Smead Aerospace : No... Read more »
Illustration of a light bulb in a thought bubble.

Dream Big: Submit Your Ideas for Increasing Diversity

Sept. 12, 2017

This summer, our college announced a new strategic vision . One pillar of that vision includes getting more underrepresented groups engaged and excelling in STEM fields. So how do we do this? Well, we want your ideas . Reaching our goal of becoming the first public engineering college with a... Read more »
Aquzana Michelle Mejia

Aquzana Michelle Mejia

Sept. 7, 2017

#ILookLikeAnEngineer What does #ILookLikeAnEngineer mean to you? It is important to realize the diversity around you and I think #ILookLikeAnEngineer does just that to stand up against stereotypes. Why did you choose engineering at CU Boulder? I chose CU Boulder because of the Engineering GoldShirt Program and the BOLD Center... Read more »
Steve Nerem

CU Engineering professor appointed to National Academies Committee

Sept. 6, 2017

Steve Nerem is bringing the University of Colorado Boulder aerospace perspective to a wider audience. The 17-year faculty member of Smead Aerospace has been appointed to the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine’s Committee on Earth Sciences and Applications from Space (CESAS). The committee is an independent voice that... Read more »
Norm Augustine

"Sooner or later, someone will go to Mars." - Norm Augustine - Ep. 4

Sept. 1, 2017

On CUE sat down with Norm Augustine, former President and CEO of Lockheed Martin, and presidential commission namesake. For more info on Norm: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_R._Augustine . He's also on the Chancellor's Strategic Advisory Council: http://www.colorado.edu/chancellor/norman-augustine . On CUE Podcast Transcript "Sooner or later, someone will go to Mars." - Norm Augustine... Read more »
A Google Doodle created for the 2017 summer solstice.

Summer of Engineering: Audrey Randall at Google

Aug. 31, 2017

Editor’s Note: This post is part of an occasional series about CU Boulder students’ summer experiences in engineering. Tell us about your summer experience at cueng@colorado.edu . Audrey Randall used her computer science knowledge to share creative illustrations like this one with the world as part of the Google Doodles... Read more »

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