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Engineering Center Goes Plastic-free

April 24, 2020

In September, the Engineering Center became the first building on campus to go plastic-free for single-use beverage containers. The move included replacing plastic containers in vending machines with glass or aluminum, and working with the Gravity Cafe coffee shop to stock compostable lids, straws and other service items. The college...

Daniela Brandao

Environmental Engineering Turns 20

April 24, 2020

Daniela Brandao CU Boulder’s Environmental Engineering Program celebrated its 20th anniversary in October with an event that brought together faculty, students and alumni. The evening’s keynote speaker was Daniela Brandao, the program’s first graduate, who works as a senior project manager for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commision. She spoke...

Kristi Anseth

Professor Anseth Earns International Recognition

April 24, 2020

Kristi Anseth Professor Kristi Anseth has received one of the most prestigious recognitions in the life sciences: a L’Oreal- UNESCO For Women in Science award. Anseth, a Distinguished Professor and Tisone Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering , is being recognized for her “outstanding contribution in converging...

Greg Salsbury, Paul M. Rady, and Bobby Braun

Mechanical Engineering Department Named for Colorado Businessman

April 22, 2020

Paul M. Rady Department of Mechanical Engineering becomes second named department The highly ranked mechanical engineering department at CU Boulder has been named after Colorado philanthropist and businessman Paul M. Rady, thanks to his generous support of the college. Rady has committed $15 million in philanthropy to CU Boulder, most...