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CSU EcoCar team gets Ram Family welcome in D.C. for DOE competition

In a sea of white competition cars in the middle of Washington, D.C. outside the Department of Energy, it was easy to spot the bright CSU Aggie Orange Camaro—which a team member proudly described as “spicy.” It turned out to be an unexpected moment for a Ram reunion.

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Scientists at work: Forecasting the Atlantic hurricane season

A look at how CSU’s Tropical Meteorology Project develops seasonal hurricane forecasts.

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Spring Commencement a worldwide phenomenon

Ceremonies celebrating the graduation of 4,300 students were held over the weekend within the confines of CSU’s campus, but the audience watching the events spanned the globe.

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New Sustainability Leadership Fellows named

SoGES has selected 20 early career researchers as Sustainability Leadership Fellows.

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Angelo Zito, Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Outstanding 2017 graduates head to Spring Commencement May 12-14.

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Middle-school girls try out engineering for a day

CSU’s Society of Women Engineers hosted the inaugural Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day, welcoming about 80 middle-school students to campus.

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First-generation engineering student finds success with help of a stable support system

Despite the difficulty of the engineering program, Martinez continues to experience success, most recently receiving the Jackson Distinguished First Generation Scholarship.

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That’s a wrap on CURC 2017

Held April 17, this year’s showcase wrapped up with an April 25 awards ceremony.

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