John Melanson

500 patents: CU Engineering alumnus now among top 100 most prolific inventors

Sept. 26, 2022

Many of John Melanson's patents are in the field of audio and electronics, particularly in analog-to-digital signal processing technologies that are instrumental in today’s digital devices.

Kaitlin Mccreery in the lab.

Advancing regenerative medicine as a CU Boulder biomedical engineer

Sept. 7, 2022

Kaitlin Mccreery (MechEngr MS’20, BioEngr PhD’22) is pushing the frontiers of human cartilage research as a biomedical engineering PhD graduate from the University of Colorado Boulder. Mccreery is one of the first students to earn a PhD from the program, which began at CU Boulder in 2020 to bridge the...

Jim Shaw

Alumnus Jim Shaw’s engineering scholarship is inspired by own experience

Aug. 17, 2022

After a scholarship made a difference during alumnus Jim Shaw's senior year, he has tried to pay it forward by supporting CU Engineering seniors in the same way.

Emily Bedell collecting a sample from a river

CU Boulder researchers develop highly accurate sensor for E. coli risk detection

Aug. 12, 2022

Researchers at CU Boulder have developed and validated a new sensor for E. coli risk detection that features an impressive 83% accuracy rate when detecting contamination in surface waters.

Arthur Antoine Headshot

Alumni Volunteer Spotlight: Arthur Antoine, PhdCivEngr'17

Aug. 10, 2022

Arthur Antoine (PhdCivEngr’17), senior project manager with Shrewsberry & Associates, stays involved as a CU Engineering Front Range Regional Network Ambassador.

Doug speaks at the 2019 DEAA banquet

'Double Buff' leaving lasting impact on College of Engineering and Applied Science

Aug. 9, 2022

True to the University of Colorado Boulder motto, "Let Your Light Shine," Doug Smith (MCivEngr’75) has led construction projects that quite literally brought in the light to nearly every building of the college.

Ben Finan

Alumni Spotlight: Ben Finan and Delta Horizons

Aug. 4, 2022

Ben Finan earned his bachelor of science degree in Engineering Plus with an emphasis in mechanical engineering and a concentration in business and entrepreneurship. While earning his degree, he was also a lead teaching assistant for a variety of engineering courses.

Cliff and Carol Pearson

Giving Back, Giving Forward

July 22, 2022

To Cliff and Carol Pearson, supporting student scholarships is a tangible way to not only invest in future generations of leaders and innovators, but also to give back to a place that is so meaningful in their lives. Learn about the Pearsons' investment and meet two engineering students currently receiving their awards.

Kennedy Space Center

From the Space Shuttle to SpaceX – CU Boulder aerospace alumnus engages at Kennedy Space Center

July 20, 2022

Mike Lee (AeroEngr’87) is helping guide the national transformation from exclusively government to commercial space launches up to the International Space Station. As deputy manager of the Mission Management and Integration Office for NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, he oversees mission operation planning and execution for launches of astronauts and cargo...

Alex, Phil, and Dom Miceli on the Pacific Ocean in Hawaii.

All in the family – three brothers majoring in aerospace at CU Boulder

July 13, 2022

Phil, Alex, and Dom Miceli have a lot in common, especially their choice in college education — the three brothers are all aerospace engineering students at the University of Colorado Boulder. The trio are pursuing a challenging, in-demand career field that also honors the legacy of their father. “We were...

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