In the College of Engineering and Applied Science, 12 faculty members have received CAREER Awards from the National Science Foundation. The total shows an impressive trend, with the college earning five awards in 2019 and seven in 2020.
To be inducted in November, the nine new members represent eight sports. They include one athlete who lettered in four of those sports and a national championship coach. All have their special place in the history of CU athletics.
The American Astronomical Society Division on Dynamical Astronomy awarded Ann-Marie Madigan its Vera Rubin Early Career Award for her research spanning the outer solar system to black holes at the centers of galaxies.
Shelly Miller and her colleagues have been at the forefront of research on how SARS-CoV-2 spreads through tiny airborne particles. Their studies have led to the creation of safety protocols for singing and playing musical instruments.
Pawel Sawicki of the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences is the lead author on a paper that recently won an award. Read more from Sawicki about the work and why his college and department are becoming a national powerhouse in the field of hypersonics.