CSU will join elected officials, water utilities, community leaders, educators and businesses from across the country Oct. 21 as part of the seventh annual Imagine a Day Without Water, a nationwide day of education and advocacy about the value of water.
The NSF-funded program brings together students and faculty who are interested in studying food, energy and water issues and the many ways in which those systems affect each other.
Jordan Jarrett fell in love with teaching while earning her master’s degree from CSU. As a newly appointed teaching assistant professor, she hopes to inspire her students the way she was inspired by her teachers.
Assistant Professor Ryan Morrison will lead CSU’s involvement in the five-year project, which will focus on three regions impacted by catastrophic wildfires, declining water supplies and rapid urban population growth.
CSU researchers Jens Blotevogel and Anthony Rappé recently received a $474,000 U.S. Department of Defense grant to study and improve the incineration process, so PFAS can be permanently removed from the environment without producing hazardous byproducts.
Djibril Diol’s positive outlook, outgoing personality and strong work ethic earned him friendship and respect at every turn while working toward a civil engineering degree from Colorado State University and through a successful position with Kiewit in Denver. Kiewit is working with CSU to establish a civil engineering scholarship in Diol’s name.
Five undergraduate students had the rare opportunity to witness the inner workings of a $5.1 million Department of Energy project over the summer. Engineering faculty leading the research, which aims to advance the conversion of organic waste into renewable energy, mentored the students as part of an unusual educational component to the grant.
In a recent study, Colorado State University researchers proved the polymer known as LAPAM is effective as a temporary, economical sealant for reducing irrigation water loss. This research could not only reduce water loss worldwide, it could prevent water and soil degradation.
CSU One Water Solutions Institute researchers and their partners completed one of the largest and most comprehensive stormwater studies ever conducted.
Researchers at Colorado State University’s One Water Solutions Institute have developed a tool that assesses stormwater control measures for a selected municipal area, giving decision-makers a holistic analysis of cost, performance and benefits in minutes.