Roseanna M. Neupauer is an associate professor in Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, specializing in hydrology, water resources and environmental fluid mechanics. Neupauer received her doctorate from New Mexico Tech in 2000. She received an NSF Young Researcher Award in 2006, an ExCEEd New Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers in 2006, and a Teaching Award from CU Boulder in 2007. Her interests are in groundwater flow and transport modeling, characterization of contaminant sources in aquifers and water distribution systems, and wavelet analysis. Neupauer was named a CU President’s Teaching Scholar for 2015-16 and is currently engaged in a study of the learning benefits of multiple approaches to using physical models in engineering classes.