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College of Engineering and Applied Science December 2018 Outstanding Graduate Awards

Dec. 18, 2018

CEAE Graduates Nikki van den Heever and Austin Riley were selected to receive the December 2018 College of Engineering and Applied Science Outstanding Graduate awards. Van den Heever was selected as the December 2018 Outstanding Graduate of the College for her overall strength in academics, service and research while Riley...

Tonje Trulsrud

Architectural engineering student makes quick impact for CU alpine ski team

Jan. 22, 2016

Early in the University of Colorado's ski season, Norwegian freshman Tonje Trulsrud has made an immediate impact on the team while setting herself up for the record books. Though she just started her career at CU, Trulsrud is already taking the mountain by storm. In her first four races, she's finished at the top of her team three times and won the giant slalom on the first day of the Montana State Invitational on Jan. 10.

CU Bridges to Prosperity team with bridge in background

All-women team overcomes hurdles to complete Bridges to Prosperity project in Bolivia

Nov. 13, 2015

During her first trip with Bridges to Prosperity (B2P) last summer, civil engineering major Mia Schrilla learned an important lesson that should serve her well in her career. “Prepare for anything,” she said. “Things will probably go wrong, and you’ll probably get through it.” The fourth-year BS/MS student and a...

Rwanda EWB team with local residents

Fall update from CU-Boulder chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA

Oct. 1, 2015

Rwanda and Peru teams carried out successful summer projects, while the Nepal team conquered the challenge of a travel ban following April earthquakes.

Students paddle the CU-Boulder concrete canoe

New year, new opportunity for concrete canoe team

Sept. 22, 2015

After strong showings in the 2013 and 2014 regional competitions, CU-Boulder’s concrete canoe team experienced something of a “rebuilding year” this past spring. “When we put the canoe in the water, someone stepped in and punctured a hole in it,” said new team captain Victoria Wallis, a senior architectural engineering...

Conference attendees tour CU lighting lab

CU-Boulder student session, tour brighten up lighting conference

June 5, 2015

Students, faculty and alumni of architectural engineering were among the presenters at the Council for Optical Radiation Measurements ’ (CORM) 2015 Technical Conference this spring at the University of Colorado Boulder. More than 40 attendees gathered at the Engineering Center for the three-day event, which was focused on bringing together...

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Symposium attendees get inside look at Sustainable Development Goals

May 12, 2015

CU-Boulder’s third annual WASH Symposium gave nearly 100 attendees an insider’s look into the development of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), a proposed set of targets for international development that are set to replace the Millennium Development Goals when they expire at the end of 2015. The event...

Dual degree programs offer global exposure for PhD students

Dec. 1, 2014

The College of Engineering and Applied Science at CU-Boulder has partnered with Catholic University in Santiago, Chile, to offer students in all majors the opportunity to earn an international dual PhD degree. The international dual PhD degree programs are structured so that students can pursue coursework at CU-Boulder and an...

Infrastructure Planning Support System featured in 5280's "Big Ideas" edition

Nov. 4, 2014

Professor Paul Chinowsky's work with infrastructure and climate changes continues to capture media attention! Click on the image to read the full story in the November edition of 5280 Magazine.

Model on shake table

Whole lot of shakin’: CU-Boulder team competes in seismic design competition

Oct. 7, 2014

July 2014 was the 50th anniversary of one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded in Anchorage, Alaska. But when a team of CU-Boulder students visited the city, they were concerned with ground motions on a somewhat smaller scale. The student chapter of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) was chosen...