Two Indian women and a child cross a street in a driving downpour.

India's monsoons were wetter 10,000 years ago, researcher says

June 13, 2017

Emily Gill is using proxy paleoclimate data to piece together the mystery of now-dry lakebeds. Read a second Times of India article featuring Gill at .

John Crimaldi and three of his students watch a plume move through their flume.

CU Engineering Magazine: The Architecture of Smell

June 8, 2017

How do chemical messages rising from a piece of rotting food signal a mouse to turn left to find it? How does the shape and movement of that mouse’s odor plume alert a hungry predator that it’s getting close? And precisely what goes on inside that predator’s brain when, in response to what it smells, it changes course? These are not the questions John Crimaldi, an engineer who specializes in fluid mechanics, imagined he would be asking someday.

The winning senior design team poses for a group photo during their final class.

Senior design class featured on Denver Water website

May 17, 2017

Civil engineering teams who designed their own versions of a water storage site are highlighted in article and video.

Ellen Becker, a project engineer with Mortenson Construction, the construction manager for the arena project, talks to the media in early May as the first roof truss of the future Milwaukee Bucks arena are installed. (Photo: Mike De Sisti, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Alumna makes headlines for her work on NBA stadium

May 11, 2017

This is the second major sports facility project for Ellen Becker (ArchEngr'14) as a project engineer with Mortenson Construction.

Elizabeth Delesky

PhD student earns two prestigious fellowships

May 5, 2017

2017 has certainly been a good year for Elizabeth Delesky, a PhD student in Assistant Professor Wil Surbar’s Sustainable Infrastructure Materials Lab . In March, she was one of 27 CU Boulder students to receive a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. The awards recognize outstanding graduate students from across...

The winning team plunges into an icy pool on the course to celebrate their successful Slopesoakers event.

Students use love of skiing and engineering chops to design pond-skimming course

April 19, 2017

Four civil engineering students win the chance to create a Red Bull Slopesoakers course, complete with jumps, rails and a circus-style trapeze.

The exterior of a Brinkman office building

BizWest profiles alum's construction, real estate company

April 11, 2017

Kevin and Paul Brinkman's company has spun out into Brinkman Colorado, which handles real-estate development, Brinkman Construction, which is self-explanatory, and Waypoint, a brokerage, consulting and investment firm.

A graduate student works in an environmental engineering lab

Environmental Engineering Program earns top 10 "Best Grad Schools" ranking

March 17, 2017

“This is an acknowledgement of the quality contributions of the faculty, students and staff,” said R. Scott Summers, director of the Environmental Engineering Program. “It is of course gratifying to be recognized at this level, and it also inspires us to provide our students the best education possible.”

Jay Arehart crosses a footbridge under construction by Bridges to Prosperity.

Graduate wins Bridge Builder of the Year Award

March 7, 2017

Recent alum Jay Arehart was involved in CU's Bridges to Prosperity chapter throughout his undergraduate career, also serving as the group's president.

Marco Campos outside Union Station in Denver

Marco Campos (CivEngr’98) named Distinguished Engineering Alumni

Feb. 22, 2017

Marco Campos may have graduated from CU Boulder in 1998, but he never left the university far behind. The Denver entrepreneur and philanthropist has served on advisory boards for the Department of Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering, the BOLD Center , and the College of Engineering & Applied Science. His...