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AISES Pow Wow headlines Native American Heritage Month events at CSU
October 26 in the Lory Student Center

This is the 37th year of the AISES (American Indian Science and Engineering Society) Pow Wow, which features dancers, drum groups, food, vendors, social events and more.

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Christian Puttlitz named Mechanical Engineering department head
Colorado Climate Center makes state weather records official, including largest hailstone
Climatologists have just certified the largest hailstone, highest temperature, and lowest atmospheric pressure ever recorded in the state’s record-keeping history, which goes back to the 1870s.
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Diversity and Inclusion

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering is a global institution, working to solve complex problems
and preparing the next generation of leaders and innovative engineers. We value diversity and
support inclusion, and we believe that diversity in our college strengthens the entire
scientific and engineering community.

The Principles of Community support the Colorado State University mission and vision of access, research, teaching, service and engagement.

A collaborative, and vibrant community is a foundation for learning, critical inquiry, and discovery. Therefore, each member of the CSU community has a responsibility to uphold these principles when engaging with one another and acting on behalf of the University

Associate Professor Karan Venayagamoorthy


We create and nurture inclusive environments and welcome, value and affirm all members of our community, including their various identities, skills, ideas, talents and contributions.

Hamed Vahabi, mechanical engineering


We are accountable for our actions and will act ethically and honestly in all our interactions.

Spring 2018 Engineering Career Fair


We honor the inherent dignity of all people within an environment where we are committed to freedom of expression, critical discourse, and the advancement of knowledge.

Tiezheng Tong, Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and PhD student Xuewei, research water filtration in the Scott Bioengineering Building, Walter Scott Jr. College of Engineering, Colorado State University, August 1, 2018


We are responsible, individually and collectively, to give of our time, talents, and resources to promote the well-being of each other and the development of our local, regional, and global communities.

New CSU mechanical engineering alumni – Younis Al Masoudi, Drew Caldwell, Billy Anthony and Shura Al Maawali – delivered a modified wheelchair to Fort Collins resident Wanda Roche at graduation May 17.

Social Justice

We have the right to be treated and the responsibility to treat others with fairness and equity, the duty to challenge prejudice, and to uphold the laws, policies and procedures that promote justice in all respects.

The Native American Cultural Center is hosting more than 10 events for Native American Heritage Month, including the 37th annual AISES Pow Wow

AISES Pow Wow headlines Native American Heritage Month events

The 37th annual American Indian Science and Engineering Society Pow Wow is scheduled for October 26, 10 a.m.-10 p.m., in the Lory Student Center. Students and community members at CSU and beyond are welcome to attend.

Engineering Source: Current Diversity Articles



Researchers from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering are at the forefront of solutions for global challenges in water, health, energy, and the environment. We discover technologies, standards, methods, products, and processes that improve the world we live in.

Departments and programs within the College have dedicated areas on their own websites for research, featuring in-depth information on projects.

Centers and Labs

Located on- and off-campus, the College’s centers and labs make cutting-edge research possible, and facilitate practical, hands-on learning experiences for students.

Facts & Figures


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