Partnership to bring powerful laser research facility to CSU
A public-private partnership will support construction of a next-generation, high-power laser and fusion research facility on the CSU Foothills Campus.
Jud Harper: Man for all seasons
Judson Harper's CSU legacy is unmatched: interim president, special assistant to the president, vice president for research, founder of the chemical and biological engineering department, and professor.
Teaching what’s under the hood of EVs
Faculty receive $100,000 from CDOT to teach electric vehicle engineering, manufacturing, and high-voltage safety.
How to engineer a beer
Father and son alums created a mutually beneficial connection that provides for experimentation and collaboration with CSU students and their team of engineers.
CSU partners on laser, fusion energy research facility
The $150 million venture creates a public-private partnership to support construction of a next-generation, high-power laser and fusion research facility on the CSU Foothills Campus.
Which buildings will survive a wildfire?
CSU engineers have developed a model that can predict how wildfire will impact a community, down to which buildings will burn.
Best Teacher Awards 2023
Colorado State University students and alumni nominate teachers who have inspired them and made an impact on their lives.
Stewarding the Ogallala Aquifer
Drilling and pumping water from the aquifer exploded after World War II, and today, 90% of its pumped water is used for crop irrigation.
Distinguished Alumni 2022
The Alumni Association honors those who have made significant contributions to their professions, communities, and the University.
Glowing oceans from above and below
Scientists at CSU have observed the rare phenomenon of massive glowing areas of ocean known as milky seas, but only from satellites orbiting miles above the Earth. Now, for the first time, milky seas have been documented from the surface of the ocean and from space at the same time. In a paper in Proceedings […]