What starts here changes the world. The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering is known for numerous discoveries, leading to solutions for global challenges in water, health, energy, and the environment. The true goal of research is to discover technologies, standards, methods, products, and processes that improve the world we live in.
1: National Research Council (2010); 2: US News and World Report (2016)
What’s it like at the top of the spillway in CSU’s Hydraulics Lab?
On a recent afternoon, a small team led by Associate Professor Chris Thornton demonstrated their newly constructed model of the Los Vaqueros Dam spillway and emergency outlet for stakeholders in California and Denver.
Top-rated faculty, robust research programs, and outstanding opportunities have lead to the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering’s world-class reputation. Graduate students work alongside respected faculty to meet societal challenges and make a global impact through innovative and collaborative research.
Department graduate programs
Welcome graduate students!
Executive Associate Dean and University Distinguished Professor Sonia Kreidenweis previews our programs, community, and the Fort Collins campus.
Creating a culture of inclusion and equity
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Melissa Burt introduces upcoming graduate students on how we work towards creating a culture of inclusion and equity.
The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering pays differential tuition for all graduate students on a research assistantship (GRA), teaching assistantship (GTA), or other assistantship (GSA).
Engineering graduate students showcased exceptional work at the 2021 Gradshow
The Graduate School and the Office of the Vice President for Research announced more than $19,000 in sponsorships to 59 awardees during the virtual awards ceremony on November 10.
The GradShow would not be possible without the time and financial support of many generous sponsors and judges. Top qualifiers in the GradShow are invited to participate in the 3 Minute Challenge, where top presenters become vice president for research fellows and have access to travel scholarships, mentoring, and professional development.
Drivers of Innovation: The CSU Ventures Awards
- Iman Naseri – Mechanical Engineering
Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering – Excellence in Research Awards
- Abdo Elsayed Soliman – Mechanical Engineering
- Austin Banks – Mechanical Engineering
- Tracey Wick – Biomedical Engineering