Whitney Knoop

EVEN undergraduate part of summer water reclamation research

Aug. 24, 2021

Whitney Knoop – an undergraduate in the Environmental Engineering Program – spent her summer creating pasta-shaped 3D-printed plastic for use in water reclamation efforts.

The home under construction

CU Students Build All-Electric Frisco House and Win Solar Decathlon

July 12, 2021

Since 2017, a team of 30 CU Boulder students and faculty has worked to build an all-electric house in one of the coldest towns in the lower 48 states: Fraser, Colorado. They completed the 1,176-square-foot project in April. The world took notice. In April 2021, they won first place in...

The three winners

Three students make a splash with American Water Works Association scholarships

July 8, 2021

A trio of University of Colorado Boulder environmental engineering students have earned scholarships from the American Water Works Association. PhD student Duong Nguyen and master’s students Nadia Jorgenson and Michael Hernandez have each earned 2021 scholarships from AWWA, a water industry non-profit. Learn more about the honorees and their awards...

The team at Coors Field

First-place solar decathlon winners receive visit from US secretary of energy, US senator

July 6, 2021

CU Boulder first-place solar decathlon team members met with U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and U.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper during a Colorado Rockies game against the St. Louis Cardinals on July 1. The team was hosted and recognized by the secretary during her visit to Denver. Team members include...

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Student design team wins Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association

May 26, 2021

A team of five senior students won the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association (RMWEA) competition. Congratulations Jack Costello, Caleigh Jensen, Spencer Lovell, Leah Rivera, and Lucas Wagoner! The competition allows for colleges and universities in the Rocky Mountain region who have formed Water Environment Federation (WEF)/American Water Works Association (AWWA)...

The winning team.

CU Boulder engineering students win 1st place in national Solar District Cup Competition

May 18, 2021

After working on their project for the entire academic year, University of Colorado Boulder engineering students placed first in a national design competition. The annual Solar District Cup Collegiate Design Competition is run through the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the U.S. Department of Energy. The goal was to...

Virtual Graduation Ceremony

Watch the Spring 2021 CEAE and EVEN Virtual Graduation Ceremony

May 11, 2021

The Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering and the Environmental Engineering Program would like to congratulate all of our 2021 bachelor of science, master of science, and doctor of philosophy graduates! We held a special live virtual graduation ceremony on May 7, 2021. If you missed it or want...

Abbie Weeks

Environmental Engineering senior earns award for academic excellence and community service

May 5, 2021

Environmental Engineering senior Abbie Weeks has earned the 2021 Silver Medal Award from the College of Engineering and Applied Science. The honor recognizes graduating seniors who embody the values of academic excellence, personal integrity, professionalism and community service. Congratulations Abbie! Below she talks about her work, time at CU Boulder,...

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CEAE and EVEN Spring 2021 Graduation Ceremony Information

May 4, 2021

Congratulations on your Graduation! The Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering Department and the Environmental Engineering Program at the University of Colorado Boulder will be hosting a livestream graduation ceremony. You're invited to join us to celebrate your accomplishment with fellow students, faculty, staff, family and friends. Friday, May 7th, 2021...

Sophie Woods

Think globally, act locally: Engineers adjust plans to support Colorado town

April 20, 2021

La Jara is a small, rural town in southern Colorado. In 2014, an engineering team came in to redesign the town’s water piping infrastructure. Unfortunately, the town is now having major issues with water pressure, especially when the fire station is using water. These issues affect all members of the...

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