AQIQ Team and Teachers

Air Quality Inquiry teaches K-12 students to ask and answer their own questions with science and engineering

April 3, 2019

When high school students from rural Colorado research air quality as it relates to the things that interest them most, the result is enthusiastic students and one-of-a-kind projects. CU Boulder’s Air Quality Inquiry project, supported by a CU Boulder Outreach Award, pairs students with undergraduate mentors.

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Conference on World Affairs brings top speakers on AI, autonomy 

April 3, 2019

Engineering students and faculty can hear from experts in the field of autonomy and artificial intelligence during the annual Conference on World Affairs April 9-13 on the CU Boulder campus.

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CU Boulder and Coursera plan electrical engineering degree

April 2, 2019

The CU Boulder and Coursera, the leading online learning platform, announced today at the company’s annual conference in London a partnership to launch the world’s first globally scalable Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)-based electrical engineering master’s degree.

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BREAKING: United Federation of Planets and Starfleet Command announce selection of CU Boulder for Starfleet Academy’s HQ2

April 1, 2019

Stardate: 72246.57 The United Federation of Planets and Starfleet Command have chosen the University of Colorado Boulder to host a new Headquarters and Starfleet Academy ( Starfleet HQ2) opening in Summer 2019 – specifically stardate 72649.31. With the Alpha Quadrant’s ever-changing dynamics – combined with significant growth in Academy applications...

Female student in networking lab

ITP 2.0: Leading telecom program updated with focus on cybersecurity

March 18, 2019

The newly titled Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy Program, approved by the Regents, signals an awareness of the current revolution in communication technology and CU’s commitment to meeting the needs of the workforce for the state and nation, bolstering national security and preparing students to lead in cybersecurity.

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CU Engineering continues rise: No. 17 among nation’s public engineering graduate programs

March 12, 2019

The College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder remains a powerhouse institution for graduate engineering education, ranking No. 17 in the nation among public universities and No. 31 overall, according to data released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report.

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(Bad) Science Movie Night features "The Martian" on March 21

March 5, 2019

Join a free screening of “The Martian” (2015), then hear from experts about what it’s really like to be in space, what Hollywood did right and what they got so painfully wrong.

Power lines at sunset

New class is writing the book on emerging building and power grid interactions

Feb. 26, 2019

Assistant Professor Kyri Baker developed and teaches the new Grid Connected Systems class, a new course on buildings and power grids that is so unique, there isn’t even a textbook for it yet.

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Apply to become a CU Boulder Engineer on the Western Slope

Feb. 25, 2019

Through partnerships with Western Colorado University in Gunnison and Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, students can graduate from CU Boulder’s College of Engineering and Applied Science while enjoying a different flavor of Colorado—but with the same high-quality experience of Boulder Engineering.

Team photo for the 2018 CU hyperloop team.

Announcing the first-ever Colorado Hyperloop Workshop

Jan. 15, 2019

Last year, members of the CU Hyperloop team traveled to SpaceX in Hawthorne, CA for the Hyperloop Pod Competition. Hyperloop is a conceptual transportation technology first proposed by Elon Musk in 2012. Potentially capable of speeds up to 760 mph, the concept could enable traveling across the United States –...