Fernando Rosario-Ortiz

Fernando Rosario-Ortiz, Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering Professor & Environmental Engineering Program Faculty Director

June 16, 2020

Fernando Rosario-Ortiz is a professor in civil, environmental and architectural engineering and faculty director of the Environmental Engineering Program.

Stefanie Countryman

Stefanie Countryman, Research Associate and Director of BioServe Space Technologies

June 2, 2020

Stefanie Countryman is a Research Associate and the Director of BioServe Space Technologies, a Center within the Ann and HJ Smead Aerospace Engineering and Science Department.

Majid Zamani

Majid Zamani, Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department

May 19, 2020

Majid Zamani is an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department. He joined CU Boulder beginning of 2019 after spending more than 4 years as a faculty member at the Technical University of Munich in Germany.

Charles Muagrave

Charles Musgrave, Professor, Department Chair of Chemical and Biological Engineering

May 5, 2020

Charles Musgrave, PhD, is a professor of chemical and biological engineering and professor by courtesy of chemistry at the University of Colorado Boulder. His program involves the application of a wide variety of quantum mechanical modeling methods to problems in the energy sciences.

Waleska J. Rivera-Shon

Waleska J. Rivera-Shon, Graduate Advisor for Ann and H.J. Smead Aerospace Engineering

Waleska has been a Graduate Advisor in Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences since March 2019. Waleska is from San Juan, Puerto Rico, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science (BS) in Environmental Science at Universidad Ana G. Mendez (formerly Universidad Metropolitana or UMET). She has a Master of Science (MS) degree in Environmental Science and additional graduate studies in secondary science education from the University of Texas at El Paso.

Dorothy Noble

Dorothy Noble, Senior Professional Research Assistant and Laboratory Manager in the Environmental Engineering Laboratories at SEEC

Managing such a large, diverse group and supporting a shared lab environment not only involves providing the business structure for safe and consistent lab operations but also includes fostering collaboration and positive group dynamics. On the business end, Dorothy creates and updates policies and procedures for lab safety, bench space use and overall laboratory use. She also manages the budget, gives lab tours, oversees the shared instrumentation program and the teaching lab, assists students and faculty solve problems and gathers the resources they need to conduct their research.

Alex Schultz

Alex Schultz, ECEE Graduate Program Advisor

Alex has been working as a Graduate Advisor in Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering since September 2019. Her background is in higher education and adult education. Alex was born in Boulder, and got her undergraduate degree from CU Boulder.

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James Trujillo, Assistant to the Chair - Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

After more than 15 years of service as the Executive Assistant to Adams State University’s Presidents and Board of Trustee members, James joined the University of Colorado Boulder in September 2019 as the Assistant to the Chair in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.

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Rex Laceby, MD5/NSTA University Program Director

Rex Laceby is a retired, prior-enlisted, Marine Corps Officer that served for almost 21 years on active duty. He is honored to have lead numerous Special Operations missions, conventional combat/peace keeping missions, pirate-Interdiction missions, international interoperability exercises, and conducted several humanitarian and disaster relief operations.

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Kimberly Low, ECEE Faculty Affairs Administrator and Assistant to the Chair

Feb. 4, 2020

Kim has been working in the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering for 7-months, having previously worked in healthcare, legal and education administration and human resources. As an alumnae of Seattle Pacific University, Kim earned an undergraduate degree in English and Political Science and completed a Masters in Diplomacy and Conflict Management from Norwich University.