Prof. Marina Vance New Publication and Educational Video

Sept. 6, 2017

EVEN Professor Marina Vance recently created an engaging and informative video to be entered into a science communication contest. Her video titled "What's Cooking? The air quality in your kitchen" talks about how modern day cooking methods affect indoor air quality. If you've ever wondered about the potential effects of...

Prof. Larson Honored with Governor’s Award for High Impact Research

Sept. 6, 2017

University of Colorado Boulder researchers are among a select group being recognized with 2017 Governor’s Awards for High-Impact Research. The awards, presented by the CO-LABS consortium, celebrate the groundbreaking work of scientists and engineers from Colorado’s federal research labs. Now in its ninth year, the Governor’s Awards event brings together...

EVEN Professors Talk About the Future of Energy in Colorado

Sept. 5, 2017

As part of its Climate Commitment plan , the city of Boulder has developed ambitious goals for using clean energy and reducing carbon dioxide emissions. The Future of Energy in Colorado series seeks to support the city's goals through community conversations about the future of energy in Colorado. EVEN Professors...

Prof. Hernandez Teams with Startup to Advance New Technology

Aug. 24, 2017

EVEN Professor Mark Hernandez has teamed up with local startup, Aerosol Devices Inc., to advance a new sampling technology for airborne bacterial cells and fungal spores that could pose a significant health risk in indoor environments. Aerosol Devices Inc. was founded in Fort Collins by two professional women in aerosols...

Prof. Michael Gooseff's New Research

Aug. 23, 2017

Professor Michael Gooseff' s new research has recently been published in the academic journal Nature Ecology and Evoluti on . Gooseff, an associate professor in EVEN and the lead investigator for the MDV LTR project, was conducting his research in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys (MDV). The MDV are the largest...

William Raseman, PhD Student's Drinking Water Research Featured in CU News

Aug. 16, 2017

PhD student William Raseman was recently featured on an article written by CU Engineering. Read the Full Article Raseman is using his research to try and optimize drinking water infastructure to prevent future disasters from crippling water municipalities. Working under EVEN Professor Joseph Kasprzyk , Raseman is building software programs...

Prof. Montoya Workshop on Indoor Air Pollution in Mexico

Aug. 9, 2017

The week of Aug. 21-25, EVEN Prof. Lupita Montoya will be at the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (Tijuana campus) giving a 3-day Workshop on Indoor Air Pollution and a Seminar "A multi-scale and multi-disciplinary research approach to address human exposure to indoor air pollution." She is also going to...

Prof. Shelly Miller Interviewed on CU Engineering Podcast

Aug. 4, 2017

Professor Shelly Miller was recently interviewed by CU Engineering for their second edition of CUE Podcasts. Miller talked about her research and background, as well efforts to reach gender equity within our college. For more information, follow Dr. Miller on Twitter at www.twitter.com/shellymboulder or visit her website shellym80304.com/ . Listen...

EVEN Prof. Daven Henze Earns Faculty Fellowship

Aug. 2, 2017

EVEN Prof. Daven Henze has earned the 2017 S.P. Chip and Lori Johnson Faculty Fellowship. Daven Henze joined CU Boulder in 2009 and has earned the Sullivan-Carlson Innovation in Education Award, the Dean’s Junior Faculty Performance Award and the Provost’s Faculty Achievement Award, to name a few. Henze's research interests...

Prof. Lupita Montoya New Publication

Aug. 1, 2017

EVEN Professor Lupita Montoya's study on indoor air quality in the Navajo Nation has just been published on Taylor & Francis Online. Household air pollution is the leading environmental health risk factor worldwide and is responsible for 2.8 million premature deaths each year. Most homes in the Navajo Nation use...

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