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CU Boulder Engineering selected to host National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) National Leadership Conference in 2020 & 2021

June 19, 2020

The University of Colorado Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science has been selected to host the National Society of Black Engineers National Leadership Conference in 2020 and 2021. The conference is NSBE’s premier training program for approximately 250 national and regional officers who spend multiple days focused on leadership training and skill-building.

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Self-guided design project turns into an opportunity to save lives

June 16, 2020

Rising Engineering Plus senior Adrian Gutierrez successfully developed an automated bag valve mask, a device he hopes will help those with coronavirus in Mexico, his home for 18 years.

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ON CUE Podcast: New Biomedical Engineering Degree Program

May 29, 2020

Students within the College of Engineering and Applied Science will take their first courses in this exciting field through a new Biomedical Engineering degree program which launches this fall.

Graduate student Colleen McCollum spreads the word about antimicrobial resistance mediation on campus at CU Boulder.

On CUE Podcast: The Anti-Microbial Resistance Mediation Outreach Program (ARMOR)

May 13, 2020

The Anti-Microbial Resistance Mediation Outreach Program, also known as ARMOR, is a graduate student led international effort to develop public awareness of and research into the threat of widespread anti-microbial resistance (AMR). On today's episode of On CUE, we sit down with the team and discuss the global threat AMR poses, the origins of the ARMOR program and steps the team has taken to shed a light on an unseen issue.

Zayna Pieper

Outstanding Undergraduate winner ‘a force to be reckoned with’

May 8, 2020

The definition of hard work and effort. A team player. Gave 100% to every moment of the class. That’s how Zayna Pieper’s classmates in her sophomore engineering projects class described her. And she maintained that reputation for the remainder of her undergraduate career, earning her an Outstanding Undergraduate Award from...

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Where technology meets mindfulness

May 8, 2020

TAM graduate Jolie Klefeker's research explores fibercraft and sound. Jolie Klefeker wonders if technology could help us slow down. “How could we use technology … to think more critically, have more fun, to feel a little happier or more mindful through our day?” she asks. It might seem strange that,...

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‘An exceptional scholar among exceptional scholars’

May 7, 2020

Applied math major Ellen Considine recognized with college's Outstanding Undergraduate Award.

Students working in the tunnels with the drones.

It has to work: Sub T Challenge sharpens students’ skill in the field

April 17, 2020

CU Boulder is one of several funded teams in the Subterranean Challenge, a competition launched by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to stimulate and test ideas around autonomous robot use in difficult underground environments.

Students will model their building after Rwandan housing.

Engineering team building Rwandan-style hut to test clean-air solutions

April 16, 2020

A team of engineering undergraduates has undertaken a project to help improve the health of people in Rwanda who use cookstoves.

FieldLine Capstone Design

Students help to see the brain in a new way

April 10, 2020

FieldLine Inc., a company that grew out of research being conducted in the Paul M. Rady Department of Mechanical Engineering, is building sensors to image the brain using magnetic fields. For the second consecutive year, capstone design students will help to advance their innovative concepts.

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