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Inaugural Clean Energy Legislative Academy takes deep dive on energy agenda

The Center for the New Energy Economy has wrapped up its first academy for state legislators.

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Empowering solar power is goal of ‘SunShot’ awardees

Two CSU research groups working to improve the design, efficiency and cost of solar-powered technologies have received support from the Department of Energy.

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Summertime Standouts 2017

Our students made a big splash around the world this summer doing internships, research and volunteering abroad.

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New project to streamline diversity and inclusion in engineering curricula

A five-year, $1.9 million NSF grant will support integral components of engineering education at CSU.

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Summertime Standouts: Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Learning fluid mechanics in Rome, or leading nature tours in Alaska, engineering students were all over the world this summer.

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Record number of donors, alumni participation raises $190 million for CSU

Colorado State University, bolstered by a record of nearly 42,000 donors, including a record of more than 18,000 alumni, raised $190 million in private support in the 2016-17 fiscal year, the third year in a row in which CSU has raised over $170 million in private support.

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New face, new course coming to CSU Systems Engineering Program

James Cale will teach the program’s new course, Coupled Electromechanical Systems, starting this fall.

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Media Tip Sheet: Wildfire, air quality, emergency preparedness experts at CSU available to discuss current issues, topics

Note to Editors: As Colorado and the nation’s wildfire season continues, CSU is providing the following list of experts who can address a variety of information about wildfires, air quality, and emergency preparedness. Below are CSU experts whose work is most Read More

High school students dip their toes into river science

They were part of a program aimed at introducing underrepresented populations to science and engineering.

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Native American high schoolers get taste of college, STEM fields at CSU institute

Nearly 30 Native American students from Denver, Fort Collins and New Mexico got a hands-on taste of college life and possible careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics during the Native American STEM Institute at CSU last week.

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