Arthur Antoine

Alumni Volunteer Spotlight: Arthur Antoine, PhdCivEngr'17

Aug. 10, 2022

Arthur Antoine (PhdCivEngr’17) is a proud Buff and an outstanding College of Engineering and Applied Science volunteer. Since graduating from CU Boulder, Antoine has established a successful career Shrewsberry & Associates, an engineering consulting firm, as a senior project manager. As a CU Engineering Front Range Regional Network Ambassador, Antoine...

A person walking away from a groundwater pump station in Turkana, Kenya.

Civil PhD lead author on rural water infrastructure maintenance paper

March 30, 2022

Caleb Cord (PhDEnvEngr'22) is the first author on a new paper in Science of The Total Environment that looks at water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services in developing countries from the systems level. The work is part of the recently completed $15 million Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS) on...

Damage from liquefaction after an earthquake in Ecuador.

Grad heads research into ground improvement technique ahead of earthquakes

Dec. 3, 2021

Juan Carlos Tiznado (PhDCivEngr’20) is the lead author on a new paper in the Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering that helps engineers better understand and predict the “liquefaction” hazard during earthquakes and more reliably mitigate it. Every structure around us rests on soil or rock. In major earthquakes, loose...

Margarite Jacoby

Nature paper takes initial steps towards high accuracy, low-cost occupancy sensors for residential settings

Nov. 17, 2021

Margarite Jacoby (PhDArchEngr’21) is the lead author on a new paper in Nature: Scientific Data that describes the development of a data acquisition system that can be used to capture a range of occupancy information from single-family residences.

Anthony Calomino

NASA’s Calomino reflects on early education at CU Boulder

Aug. 10, 2021

You never forget your home. And for Anthony Calomino, CU Boulder will always be home. “When people ask about my education and background, my first thought is always where I began — CU Boulder,” he said. Calomino (CivEngr’80) manages the space nuclear technologies for NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate. In...

Magnus Boee

Olympian and Buff Magnus Boee Is National Nordic Skier of the Year

July 12, 2021

When Magnus Boee was named National Men’s Nordic Skier of the Year in April, it was anything but unexpected. Boee won 10 of 12 races in 2021, including sweeping the regional and NCAA Nordic championships. A dual citizen of Korea and Norway, Magnus Boee (CivEngr’23) eclipsed an incredible freshman season...

Lee Willard

1922 civil grad inducted into CU Athletic Hall of Fame

June 1, 2021

Lee Willard enrolled at CU after graduating from Denver West High School in 1918 after he was unable to join the Navy due to a suspected medical condition. The Navy’s loss was Colorado’s gain, as from 1918-22 he would go to earn 16 letters and be a 10-time first-team All-Rocky...

Joe Siccardi in the still-under-construction Johnson bore of the Eisenhower Johnson Tunnels.

New civil engineering scholarship commemorates Colorado highway engineer

May 21, 2021

Joe Siccardi. You may not know his name, but every Coloradan has seen his work. A 1949 University of Colorado Boulder civil engineering graduate, Siccardi was part of the team of engineers and workers who built the Eisenhower and Johnson Tunnels and the Glenwood Canyon I-70 project. Siccardi spent 34...

Clark Lindsay

“Compounding learning” leads to success for alumnus Clark Lindsay

March 31, 2021

Clark Lindsay (CivEngr'96) is the founder and CEO of Pacific Program Management. With 100 people at 16 locations across the U.S., PPM draws major clients to its commercial real estate services through its people-first focus.

Aaron Opdyke

New Face Honoree Takes Holistic Approach to Civil Engineering

Feb. 24, 2021

American Society for Civil Engineers (ASCE) has honored Mortenson Center alumni Dr. Aaron Opdyke as a 2021 New Face of Civil Engineering.