Amy Javernick-Will

Javernick-Will Contributes to Report on Career Benefits of an Engineering Degree

Jan. 31, 2019

The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) published a report on the educational and career pathways of engineers in the United States. Associate Professor Amy Javernick-Will is a committee member of the NAE panel on the engineering education to workforce continuum and contributed to this report. The report studied the demographics...

Spring 2019 CEAE Career Fair

Spring 2019 CEAE Career Fair

Jan. 25, 2019

Students: Mark your calendars for the CEAE Career Fair on Feb 27, 2019 from 10am to 3pm in the Idea Forge.

Water Collection

CEAE Professors and PhD Student Research Methods to Improve Sanitation

Jan. 24, 2019

CEAE Department Professors Sherri Cook and Amy Javernick-Will published the research they conducted with PhD student Allie Davis on the effectiveness of sanitation systems to meet user priorities. They studied the factors affecting sanitation acceptance in communities and considered methods to improve usage.

Professor Daniel Armanios

2019 Arthur J. Boase Lecture

Jan. 23, 2019

Prof. Daniel Armanios, Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Engineering and Public Policy Daniel Armanios’ current research lies at the intersection of institutions, engineering systems, and public policy. His research focuses on the institutions that manage the physical and scientific infrastructure necessary for high-tech innovation, entrepreneurship, & development, and how such...

James Rosenblum

Former postdoc heading new sustainable water center in Denver

Jan. 16, 2019

James Rosenblum, a former Environmental Engineering postdoctoral researcher with Professor Karl Linden, has been hired to run the new Colorado Center for a Sustainable Water-Energy Education, Science and Technology (WE2ST) - Water Technology Hub at the Colorado School of Mines.

Keith Porter

Flood, fire preparations could save U.S. billions of dollars

Jan. 11, 2019

Communities that act now to protect themselves from future hazards like earthquakes, hurricanes, floods and wildfires can save themselves as much as $11 for every $1 that they initially invest, according to recent research. The findings are part of an update to “Natural Hazard Mitigation Saves.” This landmark report was first published in 2005 by the National Institute of Building Sciences and was led by CU Boulder’s Keith Porter, who also spearheaded the most recent findings.

Boulder Housing Project

Architectural Engineering Design Course Makes an Impact on Local Community

Dec. 28, 2018

Associate Professor Wangda Zuo teaches the Sustainable Building Design course (AREN 4890/5890), which recently partnered with Boulder Housing Partners for a real-world project. BHP recently raised $13 millioin to develop Phase II of the Red Oak Park Community in Boulder, which will provide 41 additional affordable housing units to the...

Shideh Dashti, Abbie Liel and Balaji Paramasivam

CEAE Professors and PhD Student Investigate the Effects of Liquefaction Mitigation

Dec. 26, 2018

Dr. Shideh Dashti, Dr. Abbie Liel and PhD student Balaji Parmasivam CEAE Department Professors Dr. Shideh Dashti and Dr. Abbie Liel worked with then PhD student Balaji Paramasivam to research the effects of prefabricated vertical drains (PVDs) and other liquefaction mitigation techniques on building performance. Their findings were published and...

Nicola Van Den Heever

Congratulations to the December 2018 CEAE Outstanding Graduates!

Dec. 21, 2018

The CEAE Department recognizes outstanding graduates who have demonstrated excellence in areas of academics, research, service and international engagement. The December 2018 CEAE Department Award Recipients Are: Nicola Van Den Heever - CEAE Outstanding Graduate Eckel Award Bridger Minnick - CEAE Eckel Award 1st Runner-Up Andrew Dahm - CEAE Eckel...

Prof. Abbie Liel

Retrofit research at CU shaping policy on earthquakes, non-ductile buildings

Dec. 20, 2018

Abbie Liel's work uses simulation to quantify how valuable retrofitting buildings would be for building owners and communities and how much work is actually needed to prevent some of the worst-case scenarios.

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