helicopter

Cmdr. Critical

Sept. 1, 2017

U.S. Navy Cmdr. Patrick “Critical” Burrus’ ideal classroom is the cockpit, his specialty, making pilots sweat.

Engineering stats

Engineering Sets New Record: Most Diverse Class Ever

June 1, 2016

Percentage of women and minorities on the rise

3D kidney

Origins: 3D Printing

June 1, 2016

Chuck Hull and the invention of 3D printing.

In all the kingdom of Jordan, there’s one lone microbrewery. It took a CU-Boulder engineer to make it happen.

Microbrewing in the Middle East

Dec. 1, 2015

In all the kingdom of Jordan, there’s one lone microbrewery. It took a CU-Boulder engineer to make it happen.

Welding in the Idea Forge

Inventor’s Paradise

June 1, 2015

At CU-Boulder’s Idea Forge, students imagine the future. Then they build it.

Bernard Amadei and children in Belize

Celebrating a Decade of Expanding Borders

Dec. 1, 2012

When CU engineering professor Bernard Amadei visited a village lacking running water, electricity and sanitation in San Pablo, Belize, he became determined to help.

colorado river bridge

Concrete Results

Sept. 1, 2011

How did Dave Zanetell guide the construction of the Western hemisphere’s longest concrete arch bridge?

tornado

Science with a Twist(er)

Sept. 1, 2009

Professor Brian Argrow and his students participate in the largest tornado study.

Roland Rautenstraus

CU's High-Flying President

Sept. 1, 2009

Columnist Paul Danish reflects on his time as a speechwriter for Roland Rautenstraus.

bernard amadei

Engineers Without Borders Extends Its Reach

June 1, 2009

Civil engineering professor Bernard Amadei’s work extends far beyond the classroom since he helped found the international humanitarian nonprofit Engineers Without Borders-USA in 2001.

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