CSU alum Geoff Chao has been named President of the Southeast Asian Geotechnical Society (SEAGS).
Join us on October 25 at 5:00pm for a PechaKucha featuring Civil and Environmental Engineering’s
In an article published by Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, CSU professors Mazdak Arabi and Shrideep
PhD student Mohammad Teymouri has received a $35,000 fellowship from the Portland Cement Association. Each
The Environmental Fluid Mechanics Journal has published a special issue on turbulence and mixing in stratified
CSU civil engineering graduate students are conducting a U.S. Army study on soil moisture that helps predict how heavy vehicles safely traverse unfamiliar terrain. The study could have wide-ranging applications for ranchers, park rangers and many others.
Colorado State University civil and environmental engineers and alumni are actively influencing the future of environmental policy and progress at the COP28 climate conference currently underway in Dubai.
Three CSU researchers are set to launch two projects aimed at finding ways to reduce the energy cost of water desalinization and purification.
Robert Lamm, a first-generation college student who transferred from community college, navigates college with his guide dog Fletcher.
We've made the community college transfer process easy for students studying civil engineering!
A Colorado community college student who has completed an Associate’s degree in Engineering Science can transfer directly into our civil engineering degree program.