CU Denver civil engineering master’s alumna Alexis Woodrow (Center) recently participated in a national summit on removing lead pipes from our drinking water supply systems. Woodrow qualified for this important … Continue Reading CU Denver Alumna Gets the Lead Out
Professor David Mays has recently published a series of six papers, coauthored with collaborators from CU Anschutz and CU Boulder and supported by the Hydrologic Sciences Program at the U.S. … Continue Reading Six Papers by Mays Group Highlighted in InterPore Newsletter
Academic year 2020/2021, in the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic, shut down many CU Denver facilities including non-essential laboratory space on our Auraria Campus in downtown Denver. Did this stop … Continue Reading Big Research? Big Room!
In early November, a dozen undergraduate and graduate students from CU Denver’s College of Engineering, Design and Computing traveled to the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) national convention in … Continue Reading CU Denver’s Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Makes a Post-COVID Comeback
A new program in the College of Engineering, Design and Computing at the University of Colorado Denver seeks to recruit, retain, and graduate underrepresented community college transfer students into bioengineering … Continue Reading Bioengineering Scholar Program Offers Underrepresented Students Launch Pad from Community College to Research Careers
Gender biases and inequities are prevalent across many scientific fields and biomechanics is likely no exception. While progress has been made to support women in the field, especially at biomechanics … Continue Reading International Women in Biomechanics: Promoting, supporting, and sustaining the careers of women in biomechanics
Political science graduate student Cynthia Rice and civil engineering professor David Mays have just published an article in the journal Advances in Engineering Education entitled, “Building Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion … Continue Reading A Challenge to Engineering Faculty
Employers in Colorado and throughout the nation seeking to fill engineering and other STEM jobs are coming up short – especially from the hiring pool of historically underrepresented groups. “The … Continue Reading <strong>DoD Grant Helps Forge Path from Community College to Engineering Careers for Underrepresented Groups by providing ‘College Capital’</strong>