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A new twist on uranium’s origin story, by CSU scientists

Widely accepted textbook geology is being challenged, thanks to new CSU research.

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‘Do great things,’ Walter Scott, Jr. tells students

On April 19, Scott was the guest of honor at a celebration of the college that now bears his name.

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Kaori Keyser, born to be an Eco Leader

CSU freshman Kaori Keyser tackled her first sustainability project when she was in grade school.

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An electric fix for removing long-lasting chemicals in groundwater

Studies have shown that a method called electrochemical oxidation is an effective way to remove PFASs from wastewater. But carrying it out at the field scale is an entirely different challenge.

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School of Global Environmental Sustainability announces Global Challenges Research Teams, Resident Fellow Awards

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability has selected four Global Challenges Research Teams and six Research Fellows.

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E-Days preview: A small bridge with a steel purpose

The Steel Bridge Team’s mission is to design a one tenth-scale bridge that can be constructed and deconstructed quickly.

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Provost’s Council for Engagement spotlight: Neil Grigg

This month we meet Neil Grigg, professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.

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Upgrading our infrastructure: Targeting repairs for locks, dams and bridges

For the second time in a row, America’s infrastructure has earned a grade of D+ from the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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A turbulent life: Monfort Professor to discuss physics of fluids

Civil engineering associate professor Karan Venayagamoorthy will present the Monfort Lecture, Feb. 23.

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President Obama to appoint civil engineering alumnus to key administration post

Tissa Illangasekare has been named a member of the U.S. Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board.

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