Prof. Ben Livneh NASA Proposal Funded

March 26, 2018

EVEN Professor Ben Livneh had a NASA proposal funded - the New (Early Career) Investigator Program. Title : REESEN: A Remotely Sensed Ensemble to Understand Human Impacts on the Water Cycle PI : Ben Livneh Short description : The Earth system is no longer governed exclusively by natural processes. This...

EVEN Prof. Amy Javernick-Will recipient of the Daniel W. Halpin Award for Scholarship in Construction

March 26, 2018

EVEN affiliated Professor Amy Javernick-Will is the recipient of the 2018 Daniel W. Halpin Award for Scholarship in Construction! The Daniel W. Halpin Award for Scholarship in Construction was established by the American Society of Civil Engineers Board of Direction on January 18, 2011 to recognize individuals who have demonstrated...

Rio Seed Grant Awarded to EVEN Prof. Sherri Cook and Graduate Student Katie Chambers

March 26, 2018

CSTPR and EDC graduate student, Katie Chambers , and CU Environmental Engineering’s Sherri Cook were awarded one of the CU 2018 Research & Innovation (RIO) Seed Grant for their project “Resilient and Sustainable Sanitation Systems: Characteristics, Links, and Barriers”. Resilient and Sustainable Sanitation Systems: Characteristics, Links, and Barriers PI Sherri...

Prof. Angela Bielefeldt New Publication

March 26, 2018

Evolution of Students’ Varied Conceptualizations About Socially Responsible Engineering: A Four Year Longitudinal Study Rulifson, G.**, A.R. Bielefeldt. 2018. Science and Engineering Ethics . 36 pp. Abstract Engineers should learn how to act on their responsibility to society during their education. At present, however, it is unknown what students think...

EVEN Prof. Ben Livneh New Publication in Nature Communications

March 23, 2018

Environmental Engineering professor Ben Livneh has co-authored a very informative study published by the journal Nature Communications about predicting whether precipitation will be rainfall or snowfall. Meteorological forecasting and climate simulations are commonly informed by the 32 degree Fahrenheit threshold: rain is expected above the threshold, and snow is expected...

New Publication from EVEN Professors Sherri Cook and Karl Linden

Feb. 23, 2018

Small drinking water systems account for about 90% of United States systems and serve about 53 million people; that’s one fifth of the U.S. population. Given their size and lack of resources, these small systems face more of a struggle to meet regulations, and rely heavily on disinfection, particularly by...

Prof. Rosario-Ortiz New NSF Project

Jan. 23, 2018

Prof. Rosario is leading a new NSF RAPID project focusing on the potable water quality in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico on the morning of September 20 th , 2017. The hurricane had catastrophic impacts on the infrastructure in Puerto...

Prof. Shelly Miller Interview on KGNU

Jan. 22, 2018

On Tuesday, January 16, 2018, the KGNU Science Show released a new segment hosted by Shelley Schlender in which EVEN Professor Shelly Miller discussed how common consumer products often contain hazardous chemical ingredients that get released into surrounding areas. Shelly Miller teaches and conducts research regarding urban air quality and...

Prof. Shelly Miller Most Recent Publication

Jan. 10, 2018

Shelly Miller and her research group in collaboration with Professor Noah Fierer from the Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology conducted a study of the microbiome of 12 dorm rooms on CU Boulder campus. The new publication in ES&T investigated DNA and RNA viruses circulating in the air by analyzing...

EVEN professors McKnight and Gooseff Research Projects in Antarctica

Jan. 9, 2018

Five CU Faculty members are conducting research on 4 different projects in Antarctica! EVEN professors Dr. Diane McKnight (3 rd from the left) and Dr. Michael Gooseff (2 nd from the right) have been studying the McMurdo Dry Valleys – the largest ice-free region in Antarctica, for over 20 years...

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