Student team competing in First Nations Launch

April 19, 2018

Junior Alyvia Hildebrand works on the CU Engineering team's entry into the Ninth Annual First Nations Launch. This week, five CU Engineering students will compete against 14 other teams at the Ninth Annual First Nations Launch in Wisconsin sponsored by the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium. The team, led by junior... Read more »

#CUEngineering125: Alumnus Philip Pearl

April 19, 2018

The CU Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. The following story was submitted by alumnus Philip Pearl, a retired professional engineer and ASCE fellow. He earned a BS in civil engineering and business in 1953 and served in the Air Force between... Read more »
Jared Leidich

"Don't get discouraged" - Jared Leidich - Ep. 9

April 13, 2018

Jared Leidich is a 2009 mechanical engineering graduate from the College of Engineering and Applied Science at CU Boulder. He led the design of the life support pack and parachute system for a spacesuit that carried Google executive Alan Eustace to the stratosphere three times in 2014. He wrote a... Read more »
Graduate celebration

Graduate Celebration event set for April 18

April 12, 2018

Did you know that the College of Engineering and Applied Science recently established an Office of Alumni Engagement ? With nearly 40,000 alumni of the college, there is lots of opportunity to re-connect and engage with our alumni who are doing transformative work around the globe. The office is focused... Read more »
William Pietenpol

#CUEngineering125: Dean William Pietenpol

April 12, 2018

This video is the first in a series of interviews with CU Engineering alumni, faculty and others who can shed light on and celebrate the history of engineering at Boulder.Read more »
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CU Engineering students earn prestigious National Science Foundation fellowships

April 12, 2018

Blockchain Summit flyer

Inaugural CU Blockchain Summit & Hackathon set for April 14-15

April 9, 2018

CU Blockchain is a new, fast-growing organization that focuses on spreading awareness and educating students about blockchain technology and its future impact. We host weekly meetings that range from informal discussions to guest speakers to workshops tailored for all skill levels. Our organization is open to any students – regardless... Read more »
Members of the science and implementation team at Kennedy Space Center with a space-proven Falcon 9 rocket on the background. From left to right: Eric Yarns (KU), Kevin Ngo (KU), Luis Zea (CU), Dr. Joe Tash (KU), and Sam Piper (CU)

Blog: CU Boulder experiments arrive at International Space Station

April 4, 2018

NASA and SpaceX’s CRS-14 mission with the Dragon spacecraft carrying three different experiments involving the University of Colorado Boulder's Bioserve Space Technologies have successfully arrived at the International Space Station. The first, called Micro 11, is a project in partnership with the University of Kansas centering on reproductive biology. It... Read more »
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Announcing "An Evening with John Hayes"

April 2, 2018

I am excited to announce that this Thursday evening at 6 p.m. we will have Ball Corporation president and CEO John Hayes on campus for an event and conversation. I’ll sit down with John in the ATLAS Black Box Studio to talk about his role as the company’s leader, the... Read more »
The vehicle getting air on a course.

Senior design goes off road, literally

March 23, 2018

Baja SAE is a relatively young program on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. Now in its third year, the program has built a strong foundation for future teams to stand upon. What do we do? Baja SAE is an annual tournament hosted by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)... Read more »