The CSU logging sports team is hosting the biggest collegiate competition in the West.
For engineering student Juan Venegas, being the first in his family to get an internship at a major national lab was both intimidating and rewarding.
43 engineering students stand out as Walter Scott, Jr. Scholars and Fellows, and will be welcomed to campus this fall as award recipients.
Read how one incoming undergraduate, Ryan Armstrong, got his feet wet in wildlife biology research.
Kimmey is applying his engineering education to real-world medical problems, working with the Range of Motion Project in Ecuador and for Medtronic this summer.
A summer journey to Normandy was the perfect choice to feed Charlotte Cerveny’s passions for history and engineering. Cerveny, a dual major in history and mechanical engineering, spent 10 days at the end of May exploring Normandy, France, and the history of World War II.
CURC celebrates the achievements of undergraduate students from a wide variety of disciplines.
A transdisciplinary Senior Design team in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is improving upon an existing project to create an exoskeletal rehabilitation system for large dog breeds suffering from mobility impairments.
Following a series of judged events May 10-22, a winner will be crowned for EcoCAR 3, one of the nation's premier Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions.