They received the awards earlier this summer at the Women of Vision gala.
Hailstorms inflict billions of dollars in damage yearly in North America alone, and the cost will rise as the growing population builds more homes, offices and factories, climate and weather experts said Tuesday.
Three Colorado State University students participated in the Colorado Science and Engineering Policy Fellowship, a program that places STEM majors in an eight-week summer internship involving STEM policy research, seminars and industry site visits.
The record-setting wildfires causing widespread destruction in California are fueling research on the danger of the air pollution they spew—and how far across the country the pollution could spread.
The CSU Atmospheric Cyclists, a team composed of Department of Atmospheric Science and Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) members, won this year's Bike to Work Challenge, sponsored by the City of Loveland.
Colleagues, friends, family and former students of Professor Emeritus Wayne Schubert gathered July 27 at the Department of Atmospheric Science to honor the scientist’s “retirement,” or lack of it. After 45 years with the department, Schubert has no intention of leaving research or the department.
The Tropical Meteorology Project team is predicting a total of nine additional named storms to form after Aug. 1.
Throughout late July and August, a multi-agency, multidisciplinary team led by Colorado State University scientists will travel to Boise, Idaho, to conduct 15 to 20 smoke-observation flights.
A mobile chemistry lab built on an airplane is about to take flight, helping us learn more about the chemical composition of wildfire smoke.
Off the Hook Arts, now in its seventh season, will take a deep and thoughtful look at climate change and its impact on the planet over the next month by bringing together music, visual arts and science in the form of concerts, lectures, films, art exhibitions and STEAM-based educational events for all ages.