Prof. Shelly Miller's Large Scale 'Germ Trap' Study

July 28, 2017

EVEN Professor Shelly Miller has recently been published for her new study demonstrating a large-scale 'germ trap' solution for hospitals during a surge of airborne infectious patients. Under normal hospital conditions, airborne pathogens can escape patients’ rooms and float around hallways, infecting staff and patients. Epidemics of airborne illnesses, therefore,...

EVEN Prof. Linden Leads Successful Study Aboard Course

July 7, 2017

EVEN Professor Karl Linden successfully lead a new study abroad course located in Chile. In collaboration with EDC alumni and Universidad Diego Portales faculty member Jeff Walters, Dr. Karl Linden led a course on Sustainable Potable Water Supply Systems in Santiago, Chile (CVEN 4834) in May 2017. Nine students enrolled...

EVEN Prof. McKnight New Publication: Dissolved Black Carbon in the Global Cryosphere

July 7, 2017

EVEN Professor Diane McKnight helped co-author a study recently published online in the journal Geophysical Research Letters , a publication of the American Geophysical Union . The new CU Boulder study compares dissolved black carbon deposition on ice and snow in ecosystems around the world (including Antarctica, the Arctic and...

Prof. Miller and Hernandez Named BOLD Faculty Fellows

June 27, 2017

EVEN Professors Shelly Miller and Mark Hernandez are two of the new BOLD faculty fellows. The goal of the BOLD Faculty Fellows Program is to engage faculty in the development and implementation of our college’s inclusive excellence efforts. Fellows are expected to contribute to the mission of the BOLD Center...

Prof. Shelly Miller New Study and New Paper

June 27, 2017

Shelly Miller's new study of the impact of diesel buses on downtown Boulder Josue Rene Hernandez Pedroza, a Fulbright scholar from Panama, just completed his MS in Mechanical Engineering at CU Boulder. Shelly Miller directed his thesis research in air quality. The research was motivated by the fact that the...

New First Year Seminar Classes taught by Prof. Shelly Miller and Lupita Montoya

June 26, 2017

Prof. Shelly Miller and Lupita Montoya are teaching 2 new classes this Fall. These classes are part of the new First Year Seminar concept launched by CU Boulder. The First-Year Seminar series answers diverse questions by approaching critical thinking and academic curriculum on a completely new level.The university asked our...

Call for Abstracts - AGU 2017

June 20, 2017

Call for Abstracts, AGU 2017: H133: Water and Society: Advances in Decision Support for Climate Adaptation in Environmental Systems Prof. Joseph Kasprzyk (CU Boulder) and Prof. Jon Herman (UC Davis) are seeking submissions to their session at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2017 meeting in New Orleans, LA. This is...

EVEN Design Team Wins 1st Place at ACRP Competition!

June 14, 2017

Congratulations to EVEN Team IIB Consulting! EVEN student design team IIB Consulting took home first place in the ACRP University Design Competition, held earlier this month. The team’s design proposal won for its submission, Control of Deicing Chemicals at Airports Using Subterranean Aerated Gravel Beds , in the Airport Environmental...

Dr. Emily Gill's Research with Prof. R. Balaji Published

June 13, 2017

Dr. Emily Gill's research with EVEN Prof. Rajagopalan Balaji on understanding the Indian Monsoon variability over 10,000 years was featured in today’s Times of India. Lead researcher Emily C Gill from the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), University of Colorado at Boulder, stated that the study —...

Faculty & Staff Address Colorado's Climate Policy

June 13, 2017

" Where is Colorado's 2017 Climate Action Plan? ", asks Shelly Miller, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and faculty member of the Environmental Engineering Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. Researchers and educators from Colorado high education institutions have teamed up to take matters into their own hands and demand...

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