What Leadership Can Look Like as a CSU Engineer While most people think of the stereotypical engineer as someone who does math all day at a desk, there is actually a lot of social and relationship navigating when it comes to engineering. Engineers have to learn how to communicate, learn, and teach within a group. This is…Read more
Research 101: A Guide to Research for Undergraduate Engineers Hi everyone! My name is Ananya and I am a third-year student studying Chemical and Biological Engineering. As you may already know, there are tons of involvement opportunities on campus and my favorite one happens to be undergraduate research! So if you are looking to learn…Read more
A Love Letter to Biomedical Engineering: Why I Chose BME Hello there, reader. My name is Michelle Hefner and I am a fourth-year student in Biomedical Engineering and Chemical and Biological Engineering here at CSU. The impact of BME Imagine having the power to make a difference in millions of people’s lives around the world by innovating…Read more
Research as an Undergraduate Student Research – is it for you and where do you start? Are you wondering what opportunities there are for research as an undergrad student at CSU? I was wondering the same thing when I first started looking at CSU. I knew that I wanted to do research, but I had…Read more
Seven faculty awarded early career grants in 2018 “We are very excited to see the success of so many of our new faculty in receiving these early-career awards – from the NSF, the NIH, a national laboratory, and foundations. Each of these prestigious awards is a significant accomplishment. This many awards in a single year…Read more
Jesse Wilson, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, was recently announced as the recipient of two early career awards that will support his growing research program in biomedical imaging.
A CSU team is providing critical coating technology to increase the sensitivity of LIGO, and to advance knowledge of coating architectures for future LIGO generations.
The TEMPEST-D cubesat mission led by Colorado State University Professor Steven Reising was successfully launched as part of the payload of a cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station, as a demonstration project for the next generation of Earth-observing technologies.
Colorado State University’s Methane Emissions Test and Evaluation Center (METEC) tests the performance of low-cost methane sensing technologies, through researchers operating a facility that simulates natural gas production sites under real-world industry conditions.
The National Science Foundation has named Arun Kota, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, a recipient of its Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award. Kota’s award will support his research into liquid-repellent surfaces.