Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter offered insight into what the ruling will and won't do.
Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, Colorado State University researchers will work to understand and predict debris hazards from hurricane-force winds to improve buildings and make cities more resilient.
Rams Without Borders, CSU’s student chapter of Engineers Without Borders, is overseeing a project started by a senior design team in 2019 to help provide clean water to two communities in El Salvador.
President Joyce McConnell concludes her tenure as the president of Colorado State University this week – a tenure that saw the university through the unprecedented challenges of the global coronavirus pandemic. Here, SOURCE looks back on some of the highlights of McConnell’s time at CSU.
Colorado State University is now on the leading front of research universities after obtaining a 3.5 megawatt gas turbine donation. (CBS 4 Denver)
Brendan Hanlon, most recently the deputy mayor and chief financial officer for the City and County of Denver, will be joining CSU on Aug. 1 as the new vice president for university operations and chief financial officer.
Professor Edwin Chong has been named head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University. He will begin his new role on July 1. Chong succeeds Professor Tony Maciejewski, who served four terms as head.
Professor Tony Maciejewski ends his fourth and final term as head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering on June 30. He will continue to teach and conduct research as a full-time faculty member.
“I wanted to make golf more of a sport that anybody could look at and say ‘yeah, I’ll try that’,” said Killian Clear, one of two mechanical engineering alums who have developed a lightweight, portable, 3D-printed golf bag.
Only three storms have formed in this zone during June previously as more typically form in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, according to CSU tropical weather expert Phil Klotzbach. (Washington Post)