Members of CU Boulder's Concrete Canoe Team stand under the spikes they made for their concrete canoe character, a stegosaurus.

CU Boulder shines at ASCE Symposium, advances to nationals

May 20, 2024

CU Boulder's Concrete Canoe team excelled at the 2024 American Society of Civil Engineer’s (ASCE) Rocky Mountain Symposium, securing first place in Sustainable Solutions, second place in both the Technical and Non-technical paper competitions and third place in Concrete Canoe, Surveying and Overall competitions.

Wyatt Shields presents at the 2023 Packard Fellows Retreat.

Wyatt Shields selected as Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar

May 14, 2024

Wyatt Shields has been honored with a 2024 Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar award for his contributions to teaching and research on medical microrobots, self-propelled miniature robots that one day might deliver prescription drugs to hard-to-reach places inside the human body.

Workshop participants

CU Boulder pioneers culturally sensitive AI solutions for disasters

May 8, 2024

Professor Amir Behzadan, of CU Boulder’s Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, hosted a workshop where participants were introduced to human-centered AI applications in disaster management and encouraged to work toward ways to adopt AI-informed solutions.

Gabrielle Dunn

Unstoppable: Gabrielle Dunn honored as overall Outstanding Undergraduate of the College

May 7, 2024

Civil engineering major Gabrielle Dunn’s dedication to academic, personal and professional development, as well as to support her peers, has earned her the 2024 Outstanding Undergraduate of the College award.

Ben Mousseau standing next to a Tesla

Chemical and biological engineering alumnus gives back by mentoring the next generation

May 1, 2024

Throughout college and in the eight years since graduation, Ben Mousseau (ChemBio’16) has felt grateful for the mentors who guided him. Now a global supply manager at Tesla, Mousseau gives back to CU Boulder's Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering by mentoring students through the department’s Alumni Student Mentor Program.

Magnus Boee on a ski slope holding a CU flag.

Magnus Boee: Balancing success in athletics and engineering

April 26, 2024

Magnus Boee, a graduate student in civil engineering, excelled in Nordic skiing for the Colorado Buffalos. As a Division 1 athlete, he completed both a BS and MS (expected spring 2024) in civil engineering while training and competing. Boee represented South Korea in Nordic skiing at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics and is now aiming for the 2026 Winter Olympics in Italy.

Exterior of the Jennie Smoley building on CU Boulder's East Campus.

Chemical and Biological Engineering

April 25, 2024

Eight graduating seniors from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering were honored with 10 Graduating Student Awards from the College of Engineering and Applied Science this year.

Three CEAE college award winners

Civil and Architectural Engineering

April 18, 2024

Three graduating seniors from the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering share their thoughts about their experiences at CU Boulder.

aculty member David Clough presentating research at a conference (early 1980s).

Retired professor’s passion rooted in academic engagement

April 3, 2024

Since retiring in 2017 from CU Boulder’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Professor Dave Clough has collaborated on three textbooks. He’s also regularly involved with students, participating in PhD committees and undergraduate activities alike.

Single molecule/nanoparticle tracking microscopy is used to study transport in the liquid-filled void spaces of porous materials

Dan Schwartz awarded prestigious American Chemical Society Langmuir Lectureship

April 2, 2024

Professor Daniel K. Schwartz was honored with the prestigious American Chemical Society (ACS) Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry 2024 Langmuir Lectureship award for significant contributions to the field of colloid and interface science.

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