Gabrielle Dunn

Gabrielle Dunn: Water resource/stormwater engineer

Jan. 19, 2023

As a child Gabrielle Dunn was introduced to civil engineering at her parents’ civil engineering office. Now a junior in CU Boulder’s CEAE program with a water focus, Dunn has one professional paid internship under her belt, will complete another one this summer, and in the fall will move into the Bachelor’s Accelerated Master’s program.

Emma Andreason in rugby shirt

Emma Andreasen: The road to Outstanding Undergraduate

Dec. 2, 2022

While growing up in a small rural town, Emma Andreasen wasn’t exposed to computing. Today, she's a teaching assistant for the Intro to Engineering Computing course, which uses an array of programming tools, and a recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Undergraduate of the College Award.

Kate MacKeigan under a full rainbow in Hawaii

Kate MacKeigan: Architectural engineers are the ones responsible for designing sustainably

Nov. 2, 2022

“Architectural engineers have the opportunity to change the world through mitigating climate change. We will be the ones responsible for designing sustainably, using our in-depth knowledge of each building sector and the efficiency measures behind them

Lisa wang by a tree wearing a snow hat.

Lisa Wang: Environmental Engineering

March 1, 2019

"Professor Shelly Miller introduced me to the world of air pollution control, specifically focusing on indoor air quality. I love solving challenging environmental problems."

Ian Lummis in ski clothes with a winter background.

Ian Lummis: Civil Engineering

March 1, 2019

"No two projects are the same in civil engineering. Each one carries new challenges that engineers must find solutions for.”