Nazhoné Morgan, a computer science senior, is exploring fields like cybersecurity, avionics and app development. They also actively connect with their Navajo (Diné) and Apsáalooke heritage through the CU Boulder chapter of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) and aim for a future filled with learning, travel and cultural understanding.
Offered by the architectural engineering lighting program and designed for working professionals, the Professional Graduate Architectural Lighting Certificate program empowers college graduates by equipping them with essential skills to enhance their contributions to their companies and advance their careers.
Distinguished Professor Bernard Amadei was inducted into the American Society for Engineering Education Hall of Fame. The prestigious designation recognizes outstanding individuals in engineering and engineering technology education whose contributions have left a significant impact.
CU Boulder is advancing marine carbon dioxide removal techniques to cut harmful greenhouse gasses by providing new methods for monitoring verification and reporting, as part of a major federal endeavor to combat climate change.
Wil Srubar, associate professor in civil, environmental and architectural engineering and the Materials Science and Engineering Program, was chosen from more than 58 applicants who outlined research ideas in STEM fields that represent a substantive shift from their current portfolio.
The 2023 Engineering Homecoming Tailgate was a huge success bringing together over 460 alumni, donors, and friends for a memorable evening of food, drinks, lawn games, camaraderie and live music from the band High Street Revival.
The University of Colorado Boulder was chosen to join the new Learning Engineering Virtual Institute (LEVI) in order to double the rate of middle school math learning within five years by building a hybrid human-AI tutoring platform that will reach over 275,000 diverse, low-income students.
Step into the Center for the Brain, A.I., and Child (BAIC) and learn from its members how AI will impact the next generation of children and their caretakers around the world, as generative AI becomes a new normal.
Aaron Clauset, a professor in the Department of Computer Science, was recognized with the Dean's Award for Research for shedding new light on the origin and consequences of inequalities within the academic workforce, and how those inequalities shape who makes what scientific discoveries.