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  • College of Engineering News Archive
    solutions Feb 4 5 Street closures and parking information for CSU Homecoming Parade CSU hosting U S Chamber energy announcement on Tuesday Renée Ure of IBM to Speak at Professional Learning Institute Workshop MacArthur Foundation Genius to speak at CSU Distinguished Women in Science and Engineering Program Nov 1 and 2 Halloween Pow Wow Oct 27 PLI Day November 2nd Degrees awarded to nearly 4 000 students at CSU Spring 2007 Commencement Ceremonies Register now for Biofuels Challenges and Opportunities April 11 12 Sustainable Development in Colorado Workshop April 6 Energy Shakes Hands with the Climate System An Engineer s View John Brophy Speaks at Engineering Commencement Mechanical Engineering Students exhibit Award winning Robot at Stock Show Homecoming and Family Weekend 2006 Top Young Scientists Featured at Science and Engineering Fair Engineering Career Fair Draws Over 60 Employers High School Students and Community Invited to Learn About Majors Careers in Engineering on October 15 Building at Colorado State s Engineering Research Center to Be Dedicated for Former Professor on Aug 27 DR Rita Colwell Former NSF Director to Speak on Campus September 7 Ralph W Christie Jr to be Spring 2005 Engineering Commencement Speaker Colorado State University Invites High School Students and Community to Learn About Majors Careers in Engineering Colorado State University Invites Community to Free Environment to Free Environmental Biotechnology Lecture Oct 14 Colorado State University Invites High School Students and Community to Learn About Majors Careers in Careers in Engineering Colorado State University Hosts Teachers From Across the U S for 10 Days of NASA Satellite Training College to Host Dinner and Dance April 17 2004 Washington D C Think Tank Resources for the Future President to Give Public Lecture at Colorado State March 11 CSU Distinguished Women in Science and Engineering Lecture Colorado State Invites High

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    week at Great Sand Dunes Engineering students designing medical wagon for children s hospitals CSU s global campus gets final approval from The Coloradoan Students participate in Alternative Spring Break The Grand Challenge for Science and Math from Business Week Apply now for Green Dream Team student research funding Robot Nabs Third Colorado State team s robot places third at the 2008 Mechanical Engineering Student Design Competition Engineering Exploration Day Engineering Student Danny Wilson Teaches Robotics through CSU s STEM Program Report Colorado gaining green collar jobs from Associated Press Matthew Ellis ME 2008 continues work in space program CSU Homecoming Festival Friday evening Cyclist injured after he SUV driver both run stop signs CSU Students Put Their Heads Together to Design a Low cost Weather Station for Mars Latino students eye CSU Engineering Students Receive Spring 2004 Awards Engineering Students Invite Community to Annual E Days Celebration April 14 and 15 Engineering Students Hands free Door Opener Rams Cycling Hosts National Championships 53rd annual Colorado Science and Engineering Fair April 10 12 Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase 2008 Over 1 000 Students Visit Engineering Career Fair Space Exploration Exhibit Features Three CSU Mechanical Engineering Projects CSU Launches International Presidential Fellows Program High school students community invited to learn about majors careers in engineering at CSU Feb 9 Spring All University Career Fair Feb 6 and 7 Electrical and Computer Engineering Students Open the Door to Effortless Wheelchair Access Engineering vet med work to create virtual dog CSU s fake dog head is Spot on Virtual pooch to teach acupuncture The Student Angle Immersion in Eastern European Cultures A Training Ground for Biomedical Engineer The Student Angle ECE Student Explores Light in an Optics Lab and from a Mountaintop The Student Angle An International Twist to Internships Senior Spends Summer in Germany The Student Angle Engineering on a Global Scale EWB Has Worldwide Impact The Student Angle Developing New Computer Models to Preserve the View from the Top The Student Angle Brazilian Graduate Student Immerses Herself in Culture and Research Mechanical Students Develop Cue Testing Machine Good Samaritan Goes Micro Engineering Exploration Day Oct 13 CSU Engineering to Display Projects at Hughes Stadium October 6 SimPooch An Alternative to Animal Use in Veterinary Curriculum From High School to Higher Ed Recent High School Graduate Gains Research Experience in a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center Laboratory DemoSat Team Invited Guests at NASA Launch Civil and Environmental 2007 Fall Graduate Student Scholarship Recipients Academic Village Open House in October Scholarship to CSU Student Addresses National Engineering Shortage Grant Aims to Beef Up Math Science in Schools Connecting Alums and CSU May 2007 Outstanding Graduates Graduate Soars into Another Journey After Graduation CSU to Provide Two Scholarships to Help Low to Middle Income Students Program a New Degree of Technology Colorado Science and Engineering Fair April 5 7 Engineers to Hold Race for Charity Celebrate Undergraduate Research Creativity Showcase Engineering Days 2007 University Soon Will Reveal New Dormitory CSU Opens New

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    Citrus Daily AP Japanese Structure Withstands Earthquake Test NPR News Six Rural Colorado Schools to Install Wind Turbines Solix Biofuels Completes 16 8 Million in Series A Funding Sue van den Heever Gives an Expert s Opinion on Storms and Current Climate Summer Research Experience Helps Bring Science of Optics to Colorado Middle Schools Japanese Structure Withstands Earthquake Test Media Teleconference Scheduled to Discuss Colorado State University s Role in World s Largest Shake Table Test on July 14 A Whole Lot of Shakin Going On Resources for Media A whole lot of shakin going on World s Largest Earthquake Shake Table Test is Tuesday July 14 Quake Engineer Built Seismograph in 6th Grade article from Live Science CSU Startup Envirofit Expands Clean Burning Cookstoves to Meet Global Demand Green jobs are sprouting in Denver Worlds Largest Earthquake Shake Table Test to Occur in Japan on July 14 with Associated NSF Webcast Gray Water Flows Green from Irrigation and Green Industry 2 7 Million NSF grant to track cells train scientists CSU researchers get 2 7M to study cells and share their work with kids from the Denver Business Journal CSU faculty receive 2 7 million from NSF from the Northern Colorado Business Report Gray Water Systems Abound During Calif Drought NSF awards profs 800K to model chemical makeup of biofuels design smart materials CSU s Clean Energy Supercluster Announces 2009 Seed Grants Future Energy Sources Pushed from The Advocate Rural India gets a lifesaving cookstove Envirofit plans to introduce stoves below Rs500 for the 30 million below poverty line households in India Going Up How tall can wood framed buildings go and still be safe article in Builder magazine Researchers use nanotechnology for chemo treatment from the Collegian Abound Solar Opens Factory Claims Under 1 Watt Cost from GreenTech Media Abound Solar Opens First Production Facility from Earth Times Abound Solar opens first manufacturing plant from Denver Business Journal Abound Solar Opens First Production Facility Next Generation Manufacturing Technology Will Reduce the Cost of Producing High Efficiency Solar Modules from Market Watch Abound Solar unveils new plant in Longmont from the Daily Camera Abound Solar opens first full scale production facility from Coloradoan Longmont solar plant unveiled from Denver Post Graywater Irrigation Study from National Driller Magazine Drug Delivery via Nanotubes on Titanium Implants from Nanowerk com Colorado State University Professor Exploring Chemotherapy Drug Delivery to Tissues Via Tiny Nanotubes on Titanium Implants from Nanotechnology Now Professor exploring chemotherapy drug delivery to tissues via nanotubes on titanium implants Professor Ketul Popat and CSU Research Team Exploring Chemotherapy Drug Delivery to Tissues via Tiny Nanotubes on Titanium Implants Shaking it up Test to improve mid rise wood framed building design from GoStructural com Tall wood building faces Godzilla size shake test from Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce Bringing Extreme UV Microscopy to the Tabletop from Optics Photonics News Green Power from Algae from MSNBC French delegation found success in last week s visits to CSU Denver area New Watering Source is Surfacing from the San Diego Union Tribune Hitching on to a Wagon to Help Kids from the Denver Post Obama commits 1 2 billion in energy R D from Green Tech Abound Solar President Meets with Obama from Denver Business Journal CSU Engineering Students Designing Medical Wagons for Children s Hospitals Experts Work to Create Earthquake Proof Structure from ICC News Solar Startup Shines Future on New Name from the Denver Post CSU Engineering Professor Highlighted at Denmark Climate Conference CSU testing graywater irrigation from Channel 9 News in Denver Graywater irrigation Potential water conservation tool CSU team investigates graywater use for landscape irrigation from Athletic Turf Colorado State University testing use of graywater for irrigation from The Coloradoan CSU collaborates to lead test of world s largest earthquake shake table School of Global Environmental Sustainability Announces New Research Working Groups Cenergy s new CEO will bring clean energy innovations to global marketplace The Reality of Climate Change By Graeme L Stephens CSU Team Reacts To NASA Satellite Crash Rocket crashes with CSU device to measure CO2 Scientists Mull Future After Carbon Satellite Crash Colorado State Scientists Disappointed in OCO Mission Failure OCO May be Back CSU Scientists Say After Mission Fails NASA to launch Earth s first carbon dioxide tracking satellite Colo State Scientists Take Lead In Climate Change CSU designs program to test if carbon is friend or foe Satellite on global warming mission plunges into Pacific Rocky Mountain News article University Front and Center in NASA Mission Measuring Carbon Dioxide NASA Teams with CSU to Measure Carbon Dioxide Construction on largest building ever tested on an earthquake shake table begins next week Solar power firm fired up about stimulus from CNN Colorado State University and Simpson Strong Tie Collaborate to Lead World s Largest Earthquake Shake Table Test in Japan CSU founded company delivers clean burning cookstoves to India from The Collegian Udall Solar power has bright future from the Longmont Times Call Green jobs coming to Northern Colorado New NASA Mission Will Focus On Climate Change Center for Revolutionary Solar Photoconversion CRSP Recently Awarded Grants Algae Biodiesel It s 33 a Gallon article in GreenTech Media African Dust Aerosols as Atmospheric Ice Nuclei a ScienceWatch interview with Paul DeMott CSU Spinoff AVA Solar Named One of the Top 25 Startups of 2008 William Cotton Featured in Second Annual International Conference on Climate Change Podcast Orbiting Carbon Observatory Investigates Mystery Of The Missing Sinks Up From The Slime Start up companies see algae as the new renewable fuel source article in Chemical Engineering News Energy Leader An Interview with W S Sampath article in Photonics Spectra Envirofit ramps up production of clean burning cookstoves Researchers receive Oscar of Invention for microscope Algae s Potential as the Biofuel of the Future story on Schweizer FernsehenTV Switzerland MSNBC Nightly News story on research to produce oil from algae CSU turns up heat on better cookstove from the Denver Post Intelligent by Design Fort Collins population of brainiacs is good news in a slumping economy How Twisters Get Their Spin article from ScienceNOW Cooperation sparks inventions Partnerships heighten chance for solutions How Twisters Get Their Spin article in ScienceNOW Daily News Pushing the Envelope Renewable Energy R D Bolstered Through Public private Partnerships article from Renewable Energy World AVA Solar a CSU Spin off Company Named Among Most Successful U S Startups 2008 Scott Denning Speaks About NASA s Orbiting Carbon Observatory mission at American Geophysical Union Science writers workshop Former N Y Gov Pataki tours CSU s renewable energy facilities start ups Robot spurs recognition article from the Coloradoan CSU s Hydraulic Hybrid Project Featured on Discovery s Planet Green Energy lab eyes growth Rocky Mountain News article Investors give 15 5 million to CSU spinoff to build facility that will turn algae into oil Rocky Mountain News article Solix Biofuels raises 10 5M Center focusing on environmental health toxins in products and food produced globally established at CSU Colorado Company to Take Algae Based Fuel to the Next Level New York Times article CSU developer preparing Maxwell Ranch permit Study helps clarify role of soil microbes in global warming Another green revolution article in The Economist CSU Closer To Large Scale Algae Biofuel Production NEESWood Friction Pendulum Sliders on ETV Blueprint for America s Energy Future Promotes Partnerships and Environmental Solutions CSU gets grant to teach about biofuels Another green revolution article in The Economist Vestas event touts state s focus on energy CHILL out CSU Researchers Operate One of a kind Technology CloudSat yields two years of data about impact of clouds on climate CSU working on putting rubber in roadways Rubber Road Not Ruled Out Students Propel Deep Space travel Confronting the Global Energy Challenge July 16 The Skinny on Solar Panels Newest nano tool is a laser you can t see Cutting edge radar zeroes in on weather details Engineering students redesign a gaming controller for those with disabilities Students tackle environmental health project in Nicaragua CSU CU Celebrate 20 Years as the Region s Cancer Research Powerhouse Lessons Learned from Tornado Damage Investigations 60 Year Old Bias in Data on Sea Temperatures Excellence in research record research funding and continued growth highlight State of the University address Colorado State University s Space Grant Program Provides Out of This World Opportunities Makes Important Advancements in Space Science Cutting Through the Radar Clutter A Frozen Landscape of Research CSU Engineering Students Take First for Human Powered Vehicle CloudSat receives Rotary award for space achievement CloudSat Wins Award for Space Achievement CSU Team Develops Urban Radar System CSU to sponsor Biotech Connect on April 15 Improving Afghanistan s Water and Technology Subject of New CSU Research Project Radia Perlman presents Myths Missteps and Folklore of Network Protocol Design ISTeC Distinguished Lecturer Hi tech Lower Back Pain Remedies Focus of UC US Collaboration ConocoPhillips Corporate Learning Center Coming to Colorado A Head Made for Poking CSU Joins C2B2 in Quest for Best Fiofuels Pine Beetle Kill Problem Could Yield Fuel Source Spanish Government Business Leaders to Visit Engines Lab Civil Engineers Give Homeowners More Say in Structural Design and Safety Clean and Renewable Energy Experts at Colorado State Solix Biofuels Hopes to Generate Green from Algae University Distinguished Professor Sheds New Light on Lasers Electrical Engineers Dramatically Improve Soft X ray Lasers with Discovery Colorado State scientists dramatically improve soft x ray lasers with discovery CoCoRaHS Expanding into 10 States in 2008 The Research Angle Developing Technology Solutions to Save Energy and Reduce Pollution Colorado Harnesses the Sun Civil Engineers Scale Sacramento River to Solve Problems Professor Finds New Technique Leader Pushes to Find New Fuel Sources Manure Management Helps Control Prevalence of Antibiotic Resistance Genes Study Says Aircraft Helps Researchers Study How Ice Forms in Clouds 2007 Worst Year for the Environment NASA s CloudSat Reveals New Secrets About Earth CSU Study Points Finger at Front Range as Source of Park Nitrogen Nitrogen Study in RMNP Says Increases Come from the East Researchers Look East When Tracking Nitrogen s Route into RMNP CSU Study Confirms Suspicions on Park Pollutant The Research Angle National Science Foundation Awards Colorado State 19 Million Science and Technology Center to Improve Cloud Modeling The Research Angle CloudSat s Unique Data Excites Scientists Around the World Nitrogen Traveling to Rocky Mountain National Park is Largely from Eastern Plains Study Says The Research Angle CSU Leads Five University Seismic Project to Raise the Height of Wood Construction The Research Angle Breakthrough Technology Will Make Solar Electricity Mainstream The Research Angle Proteomics May Be the Key to Successful Cardiac Surgery The Research Angle NSF ERC for Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere Tests the Next Generation of Radars The Research Angle NSF ERC for Extreme Ultraviolet Science and Technology Exploring the Frontiers of Light Atmospheric Scientist Studies Particulates How Clouds Form In Skies Above Colorado Wyoming U S Navy Awards CSU Professor 2 5 Million to Research Laser Interference Coatings Reducing Levels Of Antibiotics And Antibiotic Resistance Genes By Employing Manure Management CSU researchers participants in four grants from biofuels collaboration CSU Researchers Head to Arctic to Study Micro organisms Climate Change Researchers to Evaluate Whether Arctic Soil Microbes are Key Factor in Climate Change Colorado State Researchers Evaluate Whether Arctic Soil Microbes are Factors in Climate Change Equine Orthopaedics Joins Engineering in Studying Race Track Surfaces New Fuels May Hurt Water Report Says Ken Reardon Discusses Biofuels at Denver Engineering Innovation Breakfast Nov 13 Energy Dept Awards 60 Million for Supercomputing Projects New study to help municipalities decide best planning tools to protect waterways from polluted runoff Scientists Eye New Measure of Hurricanes Killer kitchens 25 million investment aims to reduce deaths worldwide from indoor air pollution CSU Researchers Participants in Four Grants from Biofuels Collaboration C2B2 Launches Initiative for New Biofuel Technology AVA Solar Starts Solar Panel Production Solar Power Breakthrough Professor Improves Solar Panels Efficiency Sun Shines on Solar Startup 500 Jobs on the Way Solar Plant Seen for State Solar panel Plant Could Employ 500 Colo Solar Start up to Add 500 Jobs CSU Spinoff Prepares for Solar Plant High Efficiency Low cost Solar Technology Developed at Colorado State to Begin Mass Production Reading the Clouds Denning Speaking Aug 28 on How the Climate System Works Scientist Has Head in the Clouds Too Reading the clouds Colorado Team s Satellite Makes Strides Forty Years of Progress in Bridge Engineering But More is Needed Bridge Engineering a Constantly Evolving Science Beyond biofuels scientists seek uses for byproducts Review of Colo Bridges to Begin Grant Awarded to Test Pesticide Insecticide Exposure Cooking Up More Uses for the Leftovers of Biofuel Production Civil Engineers Recycle Used Utility Poles into New Idea CSU Team Mitigating Hurricane and Tsunami Damage to Ocean front Homes Project Targets Engines on Natural Gas Pumps Engineers Environmental Health Scientists Receive Major EPA Grant Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor H J Siegel Poses Questions of Computer Design CSU Hurricanes Waves and Tornado Research Featured in WeatherBrains Episodes Researcher Studies Engines Used in Natural Gas Extraction to Improve Efficiency Reduce Emissions Project Could Help Clean Up Space Litter Researchers Work with Oregon State to Study Effects of Hurricane strength Waves on Wood Structures Are You Holding Water Correctly Students Briefed on Changing Environment Colorado Paints Itself Green Engineering Students Modifying Cookstove to Benefit Guatemalan Residents Students Helping to Cook Up Safe Ideas CloudSat Celebrates Year of Highlights Pond Scum Promising Alternative Fuel Source CloudSat Reaches One year Milestone Researcher s Work Could Speed Drug Discovery Clinical Diagnosis New opportunities in Health Research Collaboration CSU to Offer Exclusive Degree Sophisticated Tornado Detecting Radars Being Tested in Oklahoma CSU Team Works To Eliminate Radar Blind Spots Biofuels Center Grows In West Vet Hospital Touts Progress Research Schools NREL form Collaboratory CSU Institutional Research Partners Announce Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels Colleges Join Public Private Partnership for Biofuels Research Renewable Energy Effort Gets Boost New Tools for Biofuels Colleges Join Public private Partnership for Biofuels Research Biofuels Coalition Announces 1st Project Business Week Green Light for Work on Green Fuels in Colorado Under Secretary of the Air Force to Speak at Research Colloquium Governor Ritter Announces New Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels CSU Leads Environmental Charge New Science Article Reveals Human Impact Along Mississippi Delta Algae to Oil Performance Based Seismic Design for Mid rise Woodframe Construction CSU Announces 100 Percent Wind Energy Commitment Green Power Project CSU Ranked in Nation s Top Grad Schools Five Colorado State University Colleges Rank on U S News List of Nation s Top Graduate Schools CSU and USDA Scientists Find Significant Greenhouse Gas Reductions Associated with Biofuel Crop Systems Susan Solomon Co Chair of International Panel on Climate Change to Speak Scientists Peer into Clouds for Climate Answers Biofuel Brains Discuss Findings Where the Rubber Meets the Road Recycled Rubber Lines Roadbed Used Tires Used in Innovative Ways Old Tires Might Improve Colorado Roads CSU Team Testing Warning Radar System in Oklahoma Water Center to Study Stormwater Pollution Professionals Seek to Optimize Area s Strength in Medicine Engineering Professor Researching Used Tires as Filler in Roadbeds Foundations to Combat Expansive Soils Urban Water Center Evaluates Stormwater Management in Denver and Other Cities Technique Hints Promise of Tabletop X ray Laser Biofuels Coalition Announces 1st Project ABC UK Biofuels Coalition Announces 1st Project Forbes Biofuels Coalition Announces 1st Project Euro2Day Biofuels Coalition Announces 1st Project Laser Collaboration Just One of Many Emerging Partnerships Among Universities in Colorado International Scientific Panel on Climate Change Is 90 Sure That Human Actions Have Warmed the Planet CSU Research to Market Entity Advances Global Health Solutions CSU Project Speeds Research Public Symposium on Hurricane Katrina Research Renewable Energy in Colorado Pond Scum and Geothermal President Penley Signs Colorado Renewable Energy Collaboratory Agreement Four Colorado Institutions Join To Advance Renewable Energy Necessity of New Reservoirs Debated CSU Other Schools Sign Pact Colleges NREL Sign Research Alliance Scumming Surface for Fuel State Awards New Bioscience Discovery Grants The Exotic and the Everyday Spur Innovation Photonic Frontiers Extreme UV Sources A Bright Light Comes On CSU Engineering Professor Leads Effort on Huge Seismic Test in Buffalo N Y CSU Studies Earthquake Impact On 3 Bedroom House CSU Professor Designs Quake proof Home CSU Biofuels Project has Global Implication Partners to Grow Algae for Biodiesel CSU Boulder Startup Working To Turn Algae Into Fuel CSU Boulder Startup Work to Turn Algae into Fuel CSU Teams Up With Boulder Company To Create Eco Friendly Fuel CSU Engines lab teams with Solix Biofuels Inc Algae Could Be Key to Fuel Demand Boulder Firm Working to Turn Algae into Biofuel Boulder Firm Developing Algae based Fuel New CSU Business Degree Tackles Global Problems and Offers International Experience A Rescue Robot Named Good Leading the Change Colorado Touted as a Leader in Renewable Energy CSU Fosters Brainstorming Global Warming Clammy Stands Out Before the Big Storm Reagan Waskom Named director of Colorado Water Resources Research Institute Colorado State Researcher Advances Understanding of Emerging Contaminants Resistant Genes Found in Colorado Water Provost to Sign Agreement with Indian Space Agency Study River Genes Resist Antibiotics Antibiotic Resistance DNA Showing Up in Drinking Water Antibiotic Resistance DNA Showing Up in Drinking Water CSU to Collaborate with India s National Space Agency Put Blame on El Nino Expert Says Quake Study Tests a Home s Strength van de Lindt Leads Effort on Largest Wood Structure to Undergo Seismic Testing Whole Lotta Shakin Goin on in Temblor Test Can This House Withstand a 6 7 Quake This Is a Test In the Event of an Actual Earthquake Engineers Put Wood House to the Quake Test Early warning Water Security System to be Tested in CSU Engineering Laboratory State Experts in Various Energy Fields Look to Find Solutions Atmospheric Scientist Tracking Storms Microscope Magnifies Potential Working Toward Clean Energy CSU at Forefront of Research on Drought CSU Receives Large Science Grant NSF Awards 19 Million Science Technology Center to Improve Cloud Modeling CSU Gets

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    CSU among top U S universities New School of Global Environmental Sustainability CSU creates new school Maury Albertson Adds to CSU s Water Resource Archives Water expansion builds worries for some Fort Collins again among Money magazine s Best Places in America It is Easy Being Green Homecoming Family Weekend Oct 9 12 CSU Ventures names new CEO Follow sophomore Bijah Gibson s blog as he travels to mystical India Entrepreneurship push brings delegation to city Fort Collins again among Money magazine s Best Places in America Students Design Erosion Sensor for Deep Space Travel Three Team Up for Smart Grid Colorado State s Green Power Project to harness wind Green campus operations New University Welcome Center opens CSU s Kinematically Redundant Robotics Projects Featured on Engineering TV The value of an education Professor Chandrasekar to Teach National TV Meteorologists About the Latest in Weather Radar Developed at Colorado State University CSU a Pioneer in Wind Energy Partner with World leading Denmark CSU names Monfort Scholars for 2008 Gov Ritter son August and CSU scientists foster discussion about communicating climate change Board of Governors approves 2008 2009 budget Hurricane forecast team predicts above average Atlantic basin hurricane season in 2008 Secretary of the Air Force Mike Wynne to Speak on Workforce Development and Energy Leadership Technology Transfer at CSU CSU signs historic agreement with Peruvian organization CSU s new online campus opens for business Gov Ritter celebrates 30 year anniversary as CSU graduate by delivering commencement address May 17 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Team Wins Grand Prize at Space Symposium CloudSat Program Inspires Students Around the World CSU engineers build unmanned aerial vehicle win first place in competition Engine and Brake Friction on ETV Climate Drought and Change Presentation by Roger Pulwarty Composite Monocoque and Intake Valves on ETV Penley to serve on national committee aimed at increasing number quality of math and science teachers CSU Motorsport Engineering on ETV Woodward Announces Appointment of New Board Member Ron Sega Czero Awarded 67K for Clean Energy Development Employee Appreciation Award Winners CSU Students Share Key to Success Footprint of Campus is Changing Partnerships needed to create high wage jobs CSU economist says Engineers Without Borders Globe Trot 5k The Green University on CSUTV during Sustainability Week College of Engineering s Clean Energy Projects Showcased on Earth Day Engineering TV Large Natural Gas Engines RamTracks Changing Climates Tour April 23 Drought Flooding Concern State Climatologist at CSU CSU Fostering Biotech Ideas Leading Research University Teams with Sun to Create an Innovative Eco Friendly Academic and Living Environment Sustainability Week at CSU April 21 24 CSU Joins Call for Science Debate 2008 CSU Accelerates in New York City CSU Engineers Improve Radar for Military to Use in Urban Areas CSU Class Searches for Perfect Cue CSU Chief Touts Strides Colorado Fills Sails for Wind R D Hub CSU s Push for Financing ISTeC Distinguished Lecture by Andre van Tilborg Ph D Future directions in DoD science and technology CSU Quest Perfect Pool Cue CSU Launches Renewable Energy Supercluster CSU Speeding its Research to Market Northern Colorado Economy Slowing but Still Expected to Add Jobs Colorado State Economists Predict President Penley Speaks with Investors in Manhattan Woodward Adds High paying Jobs Company also has role in initiative connecting educators workforce Want to Help the Professionals with Severe weather Reports Join CoCoRaHS Weather Group Seeks Georgia Rain watchers Regional Transportation Stakeholder Meeting March 26 The Skinny on Solar Cells Fort Collins Ranked by Forbes as Third Best Place in U S for Business and Careers Driving Clean Energy Research to Market to Help State Economy Solve Global Issues CSU Launches Renewable Energy Supercluster CSU Collaboration to Deliver Clean Energy to Market Faster Cenergy new business arm of CSU Clean Energy Supercluster CSU Launches Renewable Energy Supercluster CSU Announces New Green Initiative Clean Energy Focus of CSU Program Energy research Cluster Heralded at Capitol CSU Speeding its Research to Market CSU Launches Renewable Energy Supercluster CSU Scientist on International Antarctic Expedition U S Senators Gov Ritter to help tout CSU clean energy on Thursday 3rd Annual Art and Science Exhibition March 12 28 Big Blades in Windsor Could Boost Eco energy Applications up Nearly 20 Percent at CSU Clean Energy is Focus of First Spotlight on CSU Luncheon President Penley only Academic Invited for Keynote at Sun Microsystems Conference State s Renown Grows ConocoPhillips Buyer of StorageTek Site U S Energy Market Attracts Spaniards Clean Energy Campus How Satellites Saved the World Not a Drop to Spare Incubator for Progress Get Involved in the Weather Science Channel features Professor W S Sampath CSU to Find Ways to Lower Energy Usage Marketing Expert Warns Higher Ed Leaders of Coming Perfect Storm Papers of Water Legend and Rancher W D Farr Donated to CSU Water Archive Clean energy Companies Fueling a N Colorado Revival CSU focused on quality of life in 2008 Foreign Professionals Learn about Sustainability at Colorado State U Chronicle of Higher Ed Speaks with President Penley about Tech Transfer W M Keck Foundation gives Colorado State University 1 1 million for quantum computer related research Governor Names Two to Board of Governors Focus the Nation Global Warming Solutions for America February is Innovation Month for Researchers Entrepreneurs CSU joins nationwide teachin in about global warming solutions Jan 30 31 Weather Network Expands into 10 States Entire State Above 100 Percent of Average Snowpack State Narrowly Avoids Drought for Now State Climatologist Says CSU Team Presents Findings from NASA s CloudSat A Train at Geophysical Conference U S Navy Awards 2 5M for Research on Laser Interference Coatings CSU Scientists Played Key Roles in IPCC Nobel Peace Prize Recipient in 2007 CSU s new RamTracks Tour Series Showcases University Highlights Local Antarctica Scientists Celebrate the International Polar Year Director Details Energy Cluster s Progress Envirofit Lands 25 Million from Shell Foundation EnviroFit Receives 25 Million Injection Colorado Group Picked to Design Clean Stoves for Developing World New Global Entity Ramps Up Battle Against Silent Killer in the

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    Seed Grants Colorado Renewable Energy Collaboratory Receives Honor Gov Ritter signs bill supporting water institute WATER INSTITUTE AT COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY RECEIVES KEY FUNDING TO SERVE STATE RESIDENTS Team of ME Students Place First in Utility Competition New Programs of Research and Scholarly Excellence Billairds a Great Teaching Tool for Mechanical Engineering Students Top Indian Science Advisor to Visit with CSU Leadership This Week India s Chief Advisor for Science and Technology to Speak at Colorado State on Wednesday NASA Astronaut to Speak April 18 RamTracks Global Energy Solutions EECL Tour March 24 Colorado State to host Global Water Research Colloquium March 25 Charles E Mitchell mechanical engineering professor died March 8 Scott Denning Speaks on Climate Change March 5 Hydrology Days Conference March 26 28 Atmospheric Science Faculty Among Most Productive in Nation CIRA s Center for Geosciences receives 2 million from U S Dept of Defense One of a kind Degree Prepares Jr High High School Engineering and Technology Teachers Longtime CSU Supporters Jud and Pat Harper Help Endow New Chemical Biological Engineering Chair Biofuels Center Formed Volunteer Weather Watching Network Expanding Nationally Richard Johnson Named Chair of Atmospheric Science Eight Departments at Colorado State University Ranked Among Most Productive in Nation ECE Faculty Rank Among Most Productive in Nation CSU Civil Engineering Alumnus Speaking on Latin American Hydropower on Oct 30 10th Anniversary of Louis Stokes Colorado Alliance for Minority Participation LS CO AMP ATS Celebrates 40 Years of Excellence International Remote Sensing Conference Descending on Denver July 31 Aug 4 David Dandy Named Interim Head of Chemical Biological Engineering ECE Professors Marconi Menoni and Rocca Win NSF MRI Award Atmospheric Science Completes Foothills Campus Expansion With New Chemistry Building Water Center Hosts State and National Leaders Dr Hilding Ollie Olson Retired Mechanical Engineering Faculty Member Dies Atmospheric Chemistry Faculty and Students Enjoying New Facilities Professor to Illustrate Solar Science for Children Chemical Engineering Invites College Community to Retirement Reception for Vince Murphy Colorado State University s Hatton Gallery to host Display on Art and Robotics Colorado Space Grant Program Announces Available Research Funding Colorado Climate Center looking for Wind Data from Community Members and Businesses Mechanical Engineering Department Loses Emeritus Faculty Member Sanford Thayer Colorado State s Civil Engineering Department Celebrates 119th Birthday Colorado State University Students Explore Innovative Energy Management Practices for Ski Resorts Meet CSU s Latest Everyday Hero from Chemical Engineering Boy Scouts Team Up With Colorado State to Help Local Schools Participate in National Environmental Education Program Colorado State University Awarded 250 000 CCHE Grant to Create Center for Robustness in Computer Systems Atmospheric Scientist and CloudSat to be Featured on NASA TV May 28 Colorado State s COCO RAHS Needs Denver Area Weather Watchers to Help Make Community Drought Water Use Decisions Colorado State University Hosting 2004 Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium Chemical Engineering Seminar Features Macromolecular Chemistry Scholar Colorado State CIRA Scientist Awarded Prestigious NOAA Award World s Water Leaders Meet at Colorado State to Address Critical Water Issues at 24th

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    Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere at Colorado State University CloudSat Team Members Receive Awards From NASA CloudSat Team Members Receive Awards From NASA Clean Energy Supercluster Receives USDA Award Monfort Family Continues Legacy of Giving with 3 1 Million Gift for CSU Excellence Fund Woodward Announces Appointment of New Board Member Ron Sega CSURF Vice President Joins Woodward Board Faculty Staff and Students Honored at Celebrate Colorado State CloudSat Receives a Rotary National Award for Space Achievement Ron Sega named VP for Energy the Environment and Applied Research Travis Bailey Earns 2008 Best Teacher Award CIRA Scientist Among Authors of Book Celebrating 50 Years of Earth Observations from Space The Research Angle Bledsoe and Pruden Receive NSF CAREER Awards Dr Paul Wilbur Receives Lifetime Achievement Medal Peace Corps Ideals Started at Colorado State David Thompson Looking at Atmosphere Ocean Land Interaction Mechanical Engineering Professor Receives Lifetime Achievement Medal Dr Paul Wilbur Receives Lifetime Achievement Medal Brian Bledsoe One of Two CSU Faculty Members Receiving Fulbright Awards CSU Engineering Faculty Featured in 5280 Pioneers of Science Governor Ritter Honors Colorado s Nobel Peace Prize Winners Colorado State University Scientists Honored by President Bush Amy Pruden and Jacob Roberts Receive Presidential Award Tom VonderHaar Named Chairman of Section at National Academy of Engineering Amy Pruden Among Scientists Receiving Presidential Award People on the Move NASA Honors the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere Wade Troxell Elevated to ASME Fellow Grade Engineering Physics Scientists Honored in White House Ceremony CSU VP FORMER AIR FORCE UNDERSECRETARY LED TEAM THAT WON 2007 PRESIDENTIAL AWARD FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT Professor to Join World s Brightest Young Engineers at National Symposium Associate Dean will go to Leadership Program Siller awarded prestigious American Council on Education fellowship David Dandy Named Department Head of Chemical and Biological Engineering Luis Garcia Named Department Head of Civil and Environmental Engineering Colorado State Researcher Urges Scientific Community to Treat Antibiotic Resistance Genes as Water Contaminants Nolan Doesken Named NOAA Environmental Hero Celebrate Colorado State Award Winners CSU Bestows Highest Honor on Prof Jorge Rocca Penley Awards Distinguished Professors Dr Randy Bartels to Join World s Brightest Engineers at National Symposium Environmental Hero Three College of Engineering Faculty Land Bioscience Grants CSU Awarded 441 000 for Five Projects in Biosciences List of Honors Grows for Bartels Professor Emeritus Art Corey Named Member of Prestigious Soil Science Society of America Climate Work Gets Professor Noticed Randy Bartels Honored by President Bush CSU Engineer Receives Award from Bush Rocca Receives IEEE LEOS Distinguished Lecture Award Prof Steve Abt Promoted to Major General Randy Bartels Receives Presidential Early Career Award in White House Ceremony Maurice Albertson to Receive Honorary Degree Faculty and Students Honored for Achievements National Academy of Engineering Elects Fourth CSU Engineer Into Elite Ranks Stephens Awarded Prestigious Geophysical Union Fellowship David Randall Awarded CSU s Top Annual Research Honor Menoni Named to IEEE LEOS Board of Governors Chong Elected to IEEE CSS Board of Governors Jorge Rocca Named Fellow of American

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    water save the world with a volunteer corps an interview with Maurice Albertson by Jane Albritton Breathing easier in the heart of home Ritter in Japan on trade mission Envirofit Cookstoves Featured on Channel 4 Denver Envirofit Ramps Up Production of Clean Burning Cookstoves to Meet High Demand in India Professor works to create earthquake proof structure CSU Recognized Nationally for Internationalization Efforts Colorado State Receives Prestigious Award for Campus Internationalization GSSE Students Impacting Globe Beyond the Classroom Mechanical Student Kyle Korby Recounts an Adventurous Year Abroad Extreme Earth Research From the Bottom Up CIRA Scientist Awarded Fulbright to Teach at University of Beograd Village Earth Aims to Help Nigerians Help Themselves CSU Developing Hydrogen Power in Nepal to Provide Fuel Electricity Colorado State Leading Collaboration to Drastically Reduce Air Pollution in Manila by Upgrading Dirty Engines with New Technology Willson travels to Manila to Provide Colorado State Support for Clean Air Project Gomide Named Minister of Mines and Energy for Brazil About the College College Overview Departments Visit Us Fact Book Data Strategic Plan Search Engineering News News by Category College Announcements College Events Student News Events Research Updates Spotlight Department News Faculty Awards Honors International Activities Alumni News

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    in 2009 Matt Rogers PhD 2008 in Atmospheric Science has his Head in the Clouds Dan Whitney ME graduate in Food Network s Cake Decorating Challenge article in Denver Post Envirofit co founder wins major international honor Nonprofit launches own clean cookstove lines Start Ups Give Idaho an Identity Beyond Potatoes Alumni from far and near return for Homecoming Family Weekend Alumni 50 Year Club award winner Everett Richardson Cleaning up an engine s act Leaving a Legacy Bob and Lale Longenbaugh Colorado Astronauts Honored at Wings Over the Rockies Museum Ron Sega among Colorado astronauts honored by Wings Over the Rockies Museum David M Gilbert 46 Civil Engineering Passed Away May 6 2008 CSU Professor Commits 1 Million Gift to Benefit Civil Engineering Department Microalgae Bioreactors on Engineering TV Algae based Biofuel on ETV Clean Cookstoves on EngineeringTV Engineering TV Electric Grids and Microalgae Engineering TV Direct Fuel Injection Solution Engineering TV 2 Stroke Retrofit Engineering TV Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory CSU Engineering Biomedical Major Named Goldwater Scholar Distinguished Alumni honored Feb 9 Stove for the Developing World s Health CSU 12th in Peace Corps Volunteers CE Alumnus Dan Stiles Named Deputy Chief Counsel of the 2008 Democratic National Convention Committee Dr Shen Chen Receives the 2008 College of Engineering Distinguished Alumnus Award The Alumni Angle Sustainable Energy Fuels Passion The Alumni Angle NASA Missions Launch Engineer s Career The Alumni Angle Tagging and Tracking Go High Tech The Alumni Angle Assessing Avalanche Conditions to Reduce Risk The Alumni Angle Professor Impacting Surgical Profession Through Research and Education The Alumni Angle Green Engineering for Future Generations Envirofit to Design Clean Stoves for Developing World CSU Mechanical Alum Teaches For America CSU Alumna Participates in Polaris Leadership Program Civil Engineer Alumna Crowned Miss Rodeo Colorado What Would You Pay To Stay Cool Retrofitting Engines Reduces Pollution Increases Incomes CE Alumnus Combines Engineering and Law CSU Grad Central to Launch of NASA Dawn Mission Group Ready to Launch Production Kent Rominger Presents Monfort Lecture on Life in Space Envirofit Honored in Switzerland with World Clean Energy Award Colorado State University Distinguished Alumni Awards Stewardship Awards Focus on Education Robert Anderson former Rockwell International Chief Dies at 85 Engineer s Ideas Landed on Mars Envirofit Engine Solution Named One of World s Top 10 Innovative Technologies Christopher Davey Receives Inaugural Climatology Award for New Approach to Evaluating Global Climate Change Envirofit Signs MOU to Retrofit Philippines Taxi Fleet Electrical Engineering Alumni Honored by Colorado State Envirofit s Tricycle Retrofit Program Funded CSU s Alumni College Reaches Out Robert Marcus Named Director of Colorado Grid Computing Initiative to Benefit Industry Education Government and Public Envirofit International Improving Air and Water Quality in Developing Countries Envirofit Wins Major International Honor Envirofit is Model for CSU s New Global Innovation Center Alumni Awards Agricultural Engineering Alumnus Dale F Heermann Receives Prestigious ASAE Award Mechanical Engineering Alumnus Honored at the Annual Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner Longtime Ram Fan Honored With Distinguished Athletic Award Kaisers Make

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