Nora Drewno

Nora Drewno, MechEngr'23

Feb. 23, 2020

Why did you choose engineering at CU Boulder? I chose to do engineering at CU Boulder because I wanted to do engineering since I was in 8th grade. After realizing this, I came to tour CU Boulder's engineering department and I fell in love with the campus. What does #ILookLikeAnEngineer...

Michelle in the UMC with students moving around her.

Suddenly silent

Feb. 7, 2020

Michelle Galetti (TAM'20) had good reason to leave college. She chose to stay.

T9 Hacks Group in 2019 including Cassandra Goodby second to the right

How a hackathon solution inspired a problem-solver: T9Hacks and Cassandra Goodby

Feb. 6, 2020

Five years ago, Cassandra Goodby sketched out her first website mockups at the T9Hacks hackathon. Now she’s the lead organizer for the hackathon, a master’s student in the Creative Technologies and Design (CTD) track of the Technology, Media & Society program in the ATLAS Institute, and a professional user experience specialist for NIST, the National Institute for Standards and Technology. She still remembers the jolt of that initial spark.

Hima Boddupalli, Computer Science 2020

Hima Boddupalli, CompSci'20

Feb. 2, 2020

Why did you choose engineering at CU Boulder? I was actually here for the Data Science field before I got interested in Cybersecurity! I also wanted to take a class with Professor Jim Martin, whose textbook I studied from in my undergraduate. It was my dream that came true in...

CU Boulder Engineering selected to host NSBE (OLD)

Jan. 17, 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 four days focused on leadership training and skill-building.

Manufacturing Redesign

Industry input sparks new experiences for manufacturing students

Jan. 14, 2020

CU Boulder’s manufacturing class has been revamped to bring the manufacturing process to life for students with input from industry representatives. They uncovered a need leading to five guest speakers, nine company tours, a manufacturing industry panel and a variety of active learning opportunities.

Participants in the 2019 competition.

Compete in Ethics Tech Competition on Feb. 8

Jan. 9, 2020

The first-place team will receive a $10,000 scholarship award.

Woman smiling as students line up for graduation.

Engineering a Well-Rounded Future at CU

Dec. 30, 2019

Today’s graduates have earned a 21st century engineering degree – one steeped in the domain knowledge required to impact our technological world, but which also benefits from the broad character of our university and the interdisciplinary manner in which we approach our educational mission.

Max Funck, an exchange student from Germany, with small plane.

Jeppesen program offers study abroad + paid internship for grad students

Dec. 2, 2019

Applications are now being accepted for the next cycle of the scholarship, which includes room and board and a full semester of tuition at Technical University of Darmstadt, plus a semester-long paid internship.

Jorge Luis Barrera Cruz

Jorge Luis Barrera Cruz, AeroEngr'19

Nov. 24, 2019

Why did you choose engineering at CU Boulder? It was a combination of factors. Mainly, I was fascinated by the ongoing research projects on the design of smart materials at the Center for Aerospace Structures in the Aerospace Department. I also was surprised to learn that there are groups in...

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