A team of environmental engineering students -- Brandon DaSilva, Powell Hinson, Rachel Knobbs, Lin Ye and Ryan Smith -- won the Water Environment Federation National Design Competition at WEFTEC, the world’s largest annual water quality exhibition!
Eager to make a difference in people’s lives through civil engineering and passionate for photography, undergraduate Joelle Westcott combined her two interests with enthusiasm in southern Africa this summer.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science is establishing new research collaborations and launching an international engineering course with the Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral in Ecuador. The two universities will work together to investigate new energy solutions for the campus in Guayquil, Ecuador, and explore air quality issues in the South American nation.
As the fall semester starts at the University of Colorado Boulder, the school’s civil engineering senior students may be eyeballing one of the last classes of their undergraduate career: their capstone design project.
Kaitlin Mattos, a PhD student in environmental engineering and the Engineering for Developing Communities program at the University of Colorado Boulder, recently received the American Water Works Association’s 2019 American Water Scholarship.
Professor Gregor Henze and Professor Bernard Amadei will lead students to Italy and Brazil this summer to cap a course focused on energy systems in the built environment across the globe and to learn how stakeholders are working to navigate the relationships between people, the planet and profits.
Elvin Viloria has had a great academic career at CU Boulder, but it’s his service to the architectural engineering community here that will leave behind the biggest impact. Through his tireless efforts as the leader of several student organizations, Viloria has promoted architectural engineering on campus and strived to increase...