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Protecting our Engineering Buffs

May 5, 2021

Read about CU Engineering’s research efforts and actions to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kyri Baker and her team

Cracking the Code

May 4, 2021

Check out how our faculty members are leveraging computing in innovative research projects across engineering disciplines.


'It Keeps you Humble'

April 22, 2021

High-stakes Subterranean Challenge puts CU Boulder robotics team to the test.

Hack CU 2020 Students

Innovation All-Nighters

April 21, 2021

Hackathons give students a chance to explore and network, all in a fun atmosphere.

Kristine Larson

GPS pioneer inducted into National Academy of Sciences

April 7, 2021

When Kristine Larson began her research in the 1980s, GPS was little known to the public, and a single receiver cost $150,000. Today, GPS is everywhere, but Larson has stretched and reshaped the technology, inventing methods to use it for everything from measuring Arctic ice sheets to monitoring soil moisture on farms.

Turkana Water jugs

USAID, NASA support Mortenson-led drought resilience technology

April 7, 2021

A CU Boulder co-led program committed to ending humanitarian drought emergencies in the Horn of Africa has gained support from the U.S. Agency for International Development and NASA and recognition from leading nonprofits.

Marco Campos

Longtime diversity champion helps renovate BOLD Center

April 7, 2021

CU Boulder alumnus Marco Campos (CivEngr’98) and his company, Campos EPC, have provided $1 million through the Campos EPC Foundation to allow for a transformational renovation of the BOLD Center.

Kiewit Scholarship winners

Kiewit partnership provides scholarships, career development

April 7, 2021

The nation’s infrastructure challenges are the impetus for a new partnership between CU Boulder and Kiewit, one of the nation’s largest construction and engineering organizations.

Gold Shirt Students

Engineering GoldShirt Program receives national recognition

April 7, 2021

The National Academy of Engineering has recognized the college’s Engineering GoldShirt Program as an “exemplary admissions practice that promotes diversity in engineering.”