Marina Vance in a labcoat.

Nation’s largest, most comprehensive indoor chemistry study now underway

June 12, 2018

Marina Vance HOMEChem field experiment seeks to understand how daily activities impact the home environment In the United States, as well as in most of the developed world, people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors. In homes, workplaces, schools and every indoor environment, we are impacted by the...

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Engineering Alumni Network to Launch in San Francisco

May 29, 2018

With the recent creation of the Office of Alumni Engagement, the College of Engineering and Applied Science is kicking off one of its major initiatives at the end of June with the launch of an alumni network in the San Francisco Bay area. Nearly 2,000 CU Engineering alumni live in...

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Collaboration with local schools prepares future students for CU Engineering success

May 23, 2018

CU Engineering works to provide students with the tools to handle the challenges and opportunities facing their generation, all to create a better world in which we all can live, work and play. But before students can experience what the college has to offer, they must be prepared for the...

Rebecca O'Toole and two other winners with their awards.

O'Toole aces chemical engineering graduate poster competition

May 22, 2018

Rebecca O'Toole (center) stands with two other award winners at the 8th World Congress on Particle Technology. Congratulations to Chemical and Biological Engineering PhD student Rebecca O'Toole for earning first place in the Global Graduate Student Poster Competition at the 8th World Congress on Particle Technology. O'Toole's research focuses on...

Mahmoud Hussein

Mahmoud Hussein named ASME Fellow

May 21, 2018

Mahmoud Hussein has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). The distinction is awarded to engineers for outstanding achievements and contributions, and has been bestowed upon only 2% of ASME’s 130,000 members. Hussein, who is an associate professor and Smead Faculty Fellow, is being recognized...

Zoey Craun uses a metal cutting saw on a Bridges to Prosperity job site in Bolivia.

Outstanding Graduate Zoey Craun: A truly global engineer

May 10, 2018

One of Zoey Craun’s favorite CU Boulder memories happened far from the campus itself – about 4,000 miles from campus, to be exact. The architectural engineering BS/MS student – chosen as this year’s Outstanding Graduate from the College of Engineering and Applied Science – had traveled to Bolivia with the...

Anit Koirala (left) with ELP director JoAnn Zelasko and two other ELP students.

Civil engineering student wins CU Involvement Award

May 10, 2018

Congratulations to Anit Koirala, a fourth-year civil engineering major and member of the Engineering Leadership Program, on receiving the Integrity Award at the spring CU Involvement Awards!

The cover of the 2018 CU Engineering magazine.

CU Engineering Magazine: A Look into the Future

May 9, 2018

The 2018 CU Engineering magazine is now available online and in print! Inside the magazine, you’ll find features on amazing alumni and students, news about the college and updates on our faculty and staff. Not to play favorites, but make sure you check out the feature about Irene Peden (ElEngr’47),...

Nick Monteleone

Nick Monteleone: Serving others through engineering

May 9, 2018

“I’m more proud of the experiences that I have had outside of the classroom, serving the community and being a leader,” Nick Monteleone said. “It’s an incredible honor to be recognized for being a well-rounded student.”

Ross Fischer eats exotic foods during study abroad

Ross Fischer: From Grand Valley to Globetrotter

May 8, 2018

Mechanical engineering student Ross Fischer accepted it as a personal challenge to expose himself to new and sometimes uncomfortable experiences during his college career. That desire led him to Fairbanks, Alaska; Bangkok, Thailand; Kathmandu, Nepal, and soon, to Tanzania with the Peace Corps.

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