Hear from CSU astronauts about what the Apollo 11 moon landing meant to them.
Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering welcomes the new Department of Systems Engineering into the college, one of the highest ranked interdisciplinary research and education systems programs in the nation.
On July 1, Ron Sega will take a leave of absence to be chief technology officer for the U.S. Army Futures Command based in Austin, Texas.
43 engineering students stand out as Walter Scott, Jr. Scholars and Fellows, and will be welcomed to campus this fall as award recipients.
Professor Steve Simske has received a National Science Foundation grant supporting early-stage scientific research for studying, and dismantling, illicit supply networks.
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.
Systems engineering graduate Josh Panning is improving emergency protocols on spacecrafts as part of his work with United Launch Alliance.