Ashley Pennington poses with the Capitol dome in the background

Alumna Ashley Pennington named AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow

Aug. 20, 2020

Ashley Pennington (ChemBioEngr ‘13) has earned an American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science & Technology Policy Fellowship and a position at the Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program.

Gabriella Abello

Time for reflection: Stories of resilience in the COVID-19 era

Aug. 18, 2020

After graduating from CU in May, Gabriella Abello spent the summer weighing all her options. Graduate school? Find a job? Something else entirely?

Abigail Fernandes

Lemons into lemonade: Stories of resilience in the COVID-19 era

Aug. 18, 2020

Abigail Fernandes made the best of a bad situation — and then some.

Dhwani Khatter

Waiting patiently: Stories of resilience in the COVID-19 era

Aug. 18, 2020

In March, before the world turned upside down, Khatter got a job offer in Georgia in her chosen field, cybersecurity. Unfortunately, before she could even start packing, the company reversed course and terminated the position because of the pandemic.

Christina Barstow

An engineer's global path

Aug. 11, 2020

Engineers Without Borders and the Mortenson Center inspired Recent Alumni Award winner Christina Barstow to pursue a career in global development.

Fletcher Richman with Halp co-founders Tristan Rubadeau and Komran Rashidov on a balcony in Boulder with the Flatirons in the background.

Enabling the ways we work

July 7, 2020

CU Engineering alumnus Fletcher Richman's startup success grew from a passion for productivity tools.

Chris and Jannine Rouw

Alumni Volunteer Spotlight: Chris (MAeroEngr’18) & Jannine Rouw (EngrPlus’18)

June 3, 2020

There’s an adage in alumni engagement: the alumni couple who volunteers together, stays together. Chris (MAeroEngr’18) and Jannine Rouw (EngrPlus’18) are Buffs through and through and have been devoted volunteers to the College of Engineering and Applied Science from the moment they graduated. The Rouws were some of the first...

Stew Woodward leaning over the LH2 Panel writing fuel loading times.

Forever Buff helped troubleshoot Apollo 11 as the world watched

May 21, 2020

It was less than three hours until Apollo 11 was set to leave planet Earth, and Stew Woodward had found a leak in the line supplying liquid hydrogen fuel to the massive Saturn V rocket. The first manned mission to the moon was in jeopardy...

The Kissler brothers on a hike

CU siblings share the science on pandemics with COVID-19 podcast

May 20, 2020

Two brothers who are alumni of the College of Engineering and Applied Science bring their expertise to a popular COVID-19 podcast.

Jewett family prepares to serve from the Bamen Ramen food truck

Engineering alumna's family food truck serves hospital staff in Portland

April 28, 2020

In just one day, they served 500 bowls of ramen and 1,200 gyoza. Two of the couple’s children, 10-year-old Sami and 12-year-old Jacob, helped cook and serve meals.

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