Closing Tuesday, Nov. 26, due to weather.
Jessie Creamean, a researcher from Colorado State University, has been setting up portable equipment, nicknamed C-3PO, on the ice to sample particles and droplets in the air as part of her studies of how Arctic clouds form (New York Times).
According to CSU hurricane researcher Philip Klotzbach, seven other Atlantic systems have developed into hurricanes after Nov. 20 since the satellite era began in 1966 (Washington Post).
A new study from Colorado State University looking at America's steel bridges shows that nearly 25 percent of steel bridges could see a section collapse in the next 21 years (Popular Mechanics).
The local chapter of Graduate Women In Science is hosting two new events in November and December.
The 2019 hurricane season ended up slightly more active than was predicted by the CSU Tropical Meteorology Project forecast team.
In memory of Aram Budak, the Electrical and Computer Engineering department will establish the Aram and Helga Budak ECE Endowed College Professorship to foster excellence in teaching.
Colorado State University atmospheric scientists recently embarked on partner field campaigns to study weather phenomena over the Philippines and surrounding sea.
Mark your calendars for the 40th Annual AGU Hydrology Days event at Colorado State University April 13-15, 2020
As CSU systems engineering Assistant Professor Kamran Shahroudi and two Ph.D. candidates proved recently in their award-winning papers, without a consistent culture of systems thinking throughout a project serious fiascos could occur.