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  • Development Contact Information - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Matt Carlyon Director of Development Phone 970 491 5000 Email matt carlyon colostate edu Nate is a proud alumnus of CSU s Warner College of Natural Resources Prior to taking this role Nate served as a Partner and Director of Business Development for a water infrastructure company and a Key Account Executive for Gannett Outside of work Nate enjoys getting involved in the community He served on the Coloradoan Editorial Board and is actively involved with the Homelessness Prevention Initiative the Friends of the Gardens on Spring Creek and the Northern Colorado Economic Alliance In his spare time you will find Nate ogling commercial real estate deals climbing and spending time with his nieces and nephew Nate Budd Associate Director of Development Phone 970 491 4389 Email nathaniel budd colostate edu Karrie began working at CSU in 2002 and has spent most of her time in various capacities within the College of Engineering She received her undergraduate degree from UW Stevens Point in communication and is currently working on her M S in management at CSU She has one beautiful and energetic daughter named Addisyn Mae who also loves the Rams and has been attending athletic events since she was a couple of months old They are a Ram family through and through go RAMS Karrie Butler Development Operations Coordinator Scholarship Administrator Phone 970 491 3849 Email karrie butler colostate edu Jessica earned her bachelor s degree in communication studies from Northern Arizona University in 2011 She is also an alumna of Colorado State University where she received her Master of Arts from the Department of Communication Studies in 2013 Prior to joining the College of Engineering in the spring of 2015 she worked in e commerce marketing for a publishing company Jessica leverages her professional writing marketing and communications

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  • Give to CSU - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    goals and allowing him to envision and set goals for the future Your scholarship gift can enable talented students like Robert to succeed in engineering Contact the Development Office to learn more about funding scholarships Fellowships Supporting and recognizing timely and important research helps to spur innovation and excellence Show hide additional information Supporting and recognizing timely and important research helps to spur innovation and excellence Gavin McMeeking and Dr Amy Sullivan postdoc in atmospheric chemistry with the mobile air quality laboratory width 210 height 173 align left class img right A pressing challenge today is the attempt to restore ecosystems to their natural state This is difficult due to continued human activity but also because we are not sure what the original natural state of an environment was Gavin McMeeking an atmospheric science Ph D student at Colorado State University is confronting such a problem in his research Gavin was a recent recipient of the Herbert Riehl Memorial Award which is granted to a current atmospheric science graduate student who submits the best technical manuscript for publication in refereed literature Gavin s paper investigated the optical properties of smoke particles in the air in order to determine how much of the smoke and pollution that inhibits visibility in our national parks is caused by humans and how much is natural Receiving the Riehl Award has a two fold benefit to the recipients The financial aspect of the award is always appreciated but the recognition also inspires people to continue to excel and be innovative It is nice that the Riehl Award focuses on masters level work and shows that at the masters level students can make significant contributio9ns through research Gavin McMeeking recipient of Herbert Riehl Memorial Award atmospheric science Now pursuing his Ph D Gavin is working with Dr Sonia Kreidenweis and the atmospheric chemistry research group He has been focused on field work in Rocky Mountain National Park with a mobile laboratory and conducting research at the United State Forest Service Fire Sciences Laboratory in Montana Aside from his studies Gavin has also held a mass media fellowship at KUNC the local public radio station covering science and environmental issues It is refreshing to work on something different but related to your field of study Gavin says Working for the radio station has allowed Gavin an Illinois native transplanted to California and then to Colorado to become more aware of the environmental issues in the region Endowments such as the Herbert Riehl Memorial Award not only benefit those who receive them but ultimately can impact us all To learn more about the impact your gift can make contact the Development Office Gifts in Kind In the time it takes to read this story 10 people will die from air pollution caused by cooking in their homes One donation of equipment is helping us to change this Show hide additional information In the time it takes to read this story 10 people will die from air pollution caused

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  • Attend Events - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    online or by phone to the Office of CSU Events at 877 498 7787 If you have any questions please contact the Office of CSU Events at CSUEvents COE colostate edu or 877 498 7787 Connect With CSU Give to CSU Attend Engineering Events Stay Connected Engineering Alumni Awards Build Your Workforce Meet Our Alumni Meet Our Faculty Staff Meet Our Students Join the Alumni Association About the College From

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  • Alumni Connections -College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    College news Make a gift Wear CSU gear Volunteer your time to support student work Read recent engineering publications Cheer on the Rams Subscribe to the engineering e newsletter Update your contact information Join the CSU Alumni Association Join the CSU Engineering Alumni Group on LinkedIn Connect With CSU Give to CSU Attend Engineering Events Stay Connected Engineering Alumni Awards Build Your Workforce Meet Our Alumni Meet Our Faculty Staff

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  • Distinguished Alumni Awards Program - College of Engineering - College of Engineering
    complete the form below Please note that required questions are marked with an asterisk Self nominations and anonymous nominations are also accepted If you are nominating someone other than yourself please complete as much information regarding the nominee as possible The nomination deadline for the 2012 Distinguished Alumni Awards is January 15 2012 For questions contact 970 491 7028 or e mail View our list of previous Distinguished Alumni Award winners Nomination Form Is this a Self Nomination Yes No Department Choose Agricultural Engineering Atmospheric Science Chemical and Biological Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering Science Environmental Engineering Mechanical Engineering Other The department program from which your nominee received his her degree Full Name Business Name Business Title Business Phone Business Address Home Address Home Phone Email Address Reasons Why do you believe this nominee deserves this award Excellence Describe how the nominee has excelled in his her field Please include career highlights and accomplishments Recognitions Please share information about the nominee s community service awards and recognitions Nominator Information Nominated By Address Phone Email Address Business Name Business Title Business Phone Business Address Additional documentation may be included with the nomination such as the nominees vitae resume letter

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  • Meet Alumni - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    D 1976 has many firsts to his credit As a NASA astronaut he was the first civil engineer to fly on a space shuttle and as a mission specialist he performed the first repair on orbit of a satellite as well as the first manual grapple and deployment of a satellite in orbit STS 41C his first mission in 1984 included two Extravehicular Activities EVAs or Spacewalks by astronauts van Hoften and Nelson who retrieved the Solar Maximum satellite repaired it onboard the Challenger and replaced it in orbit To accomplish their tasks the astronauts flight tested the manned maneuvering units while attached to the Remote Manipulator System RMS During the STS 51I Discovery mission in 1985 Dr van Hoften was again involved in two EVAs and used the RMS to grapple and deploy a satellite Dr van Hoften took an indirect route to NASA After earning his master s degree in hydraulic engineering from Colorado State he served as a pilot in the United States Navy flying F 4 Phantoms from the Miramar Naval Air Station and participating in two cruises to Southeast Asia including 66 combat missions in Vietnam He returned to Colorado State for his doctoral degree and then accepted a position as assistant professor of civil engineering at the University of Houston While in Houston Dr van Hoften learn he had been selected as an astronaut candidate he joined NASA s training program and has never looked back He says his engineering education and love of flying and adventure made the choice easy Today Dr van Hoften is a senior vice president and partner at the Bechtel Corporation a global engineering construction and project management company While at Bechtel he has managed the engineering and construction business for the defense and space markets served as project manager for the Hong Kong International Airport and is currently managing director of Bechtel s aviation business located in London Dr Leigh Neumayer B S 1981 engineering science Meet Dr Leigh Neumayer Professor of surgery at the University of Utah Utilizing problem solving skills rooted in her educational background Dr Leigh Neumayer B S 1981 is making a positive impact on the lives of patients medical students and residents as professor of surgery at the University of Utah With an interest in math and physics and a mechanically inclined mind Dr Neumayer knew that engineering science was a good path for her and would provide an excellent background for the medical profession After leaving CSU Dr Neumayer earned her medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine and a master s degree in clinical research design and statistical analysis from the University of Michigan Today Dr Neumayer serves on a multidisciplinary team treating breast cancer at the Huntsman Cancer Institute and is a specialist in surgery of the thyroid and parathyroid glands She holds adjunct appointments in obstetrics and gynecology as well as family and preventive medicine and is principal and co investigator on a number of research projects in the

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  • Meet Students - College of Engineering - College of Engineering
    They report that they want to improve their understanding of other countries and cultures and they want to help others in difficulty As freshmen and sophomores 78 3 report that they are already focused on making meaningful contributions to science and engineering through their work and research Freshman Academic Profile 3 79 GPA 27 2 ACT composite 1218 SAT combined Other Student Data Points Origins students come from all 50

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  • Strategic Plan - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    3 2 Undergraduate Career Development PDF John Durkin 3 3 Cooperative Education Program PDF Terry Commerford 3 4 College of Engineering Living Learning Community PDF Tom Siller 3 5 Freshman Undergraduate Retention PDF Tom Siller 4 0 Graduate Education 4 1 Graduate Career and Professional Development PDF John Durkin 4 2 Graduate Recruiting 5 0 Research Discovery 5 1 Mission Threads College Growth 5 2 Administratively Supporting Research PDF Jupe Herrick 5 3 Corporate Industry Research PDF Wade Troxell 5 4 Entrepreneurship PDF Wade Troxell 5 5 Supporting Federal Research PDF Wade Troxell 6 0 Outreach Engagement Economic Development 6 1 Corporate Connections Program PDF Sandra Woods 6 2 Partnerships Collaborations PDF Wade Troxell 6 3 Faculty Consulting Short Term Engagement with Industry PDF Wade Troxell 7 0 Resources Support 7 1 Development Plan PDF Audra Brickner 7 2 Facilities Plan PDF Mark Ritschard 7 3 Corporate Foundation Giving 7 4 Advancement Communications Plan PDF Kathleen Baumgardner 7 5 Maximizing Human Capital PDF Joanna Holliday 8 0 Diversity 8 1 Diversity Plan Students 8 2 Diversity Plan Faculty 8 3 Diversity Plan Staff PDF Joanna Holliday 9 0 Unit Plans 9 1 Department of Atmospheric Science PDF Jeff Collett 10 0 Appendices 10 1 Overview of College of Engineering Progress from FY 06 through FY 11 PDF Sandra Woods Measures of Excellence Teaching Research Publications Service Outreach Awards Search our Faculty Staff Join the College Open Positions Why CSU Research Opportunities Resources for New Faculty Our Vision The College of Engineering conducts work that is purposeful with regional national and global impacts Our most important responsibility is to provide an excellent education for our students one that recognizes and embraces the importance of interdisciplinary collaborations to define and solve fundamentally important problems and to respond to national and international needs

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