Pacific salmon are a valuable food and cultural resource in the Columbia River Basin, but their survival is threatened due to various drivers. Particularly, climate change causes changes in water … Continue Reading New study on complex drivers of salmon migration
We are proud to announce that CEDC Inworks Innovation Initiative’s Nicolas Jacobson has won the Align Technologies Research Grant for 2022 with CU Denver I Anshutz School of Medicine’s Dr. … Continue Reading CEDC’s Inworks Innovation Initiative has been awarded a new grant!
With 53 innovative projects spanning from wearable technology for children with autism to enhanced belay equipment for solo climbers, the Spring 2022 Capstone Design Expo was the largest ever in … Continue Reading Capstone Expo Spotlights Seniors’ Creativity, Teamwork, and Complex Problem-Solving Skills
First-year students in the College of Engineering, Design and Computing got a chance to share what they have learned about the design innovation process at the Spring 2022 Introductory Engineering … Continue Reading First-Year Students Show off Design Chops at Introductory Engineering Design Expo
On Saturday 4/9/2022, nine students visited a state-of-the-art water treatment plant in neighboring Aurora, Colorado. This field trip, organized through CVEN-4426/5426 Pipe Network and Sewer Design, was hosted by Aurora … Continue Reading Civil Engineering Students Visit Binney Water Purification Facility
The College of Engineering, Design and Computing is pleased to announce its first cohort of Broadening Participation Fellows. These faculty, representing every academic unit in the college, is being recognized … Continue Reading College Recognizes Broadening Participation Fellows
A team of faculty from the College of Engineering and Applied Science and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has received a $1 million National Science Foundation (NSF) S-STEM … Continue Reading ESIL program receives $1M NSF S-STEM award
This August the department of Bioengineering hosted its first ever Bioengineering Opportunities and Leadership Training (BOLT) for high school students. 25 students from around the metro area participated in the … Continue Reading Bioengineering hosts first-ever BOLT program
On April 6 – April 8, the CU Denver ASCE Student Chapter competed in the Rocky Mountain Student Conference hosted by the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. This annual … Continue Reading ASCE Rocky Mountain Regional Student Conference Results
This fall, the Office of Undergraduate Experiences offered a second 2016 round of Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) grants. UROP is a competitive program designed to financially support undergraduate research, … Continue Reading Three engineering students receive UROP mini grants
Stephanie Espinoza is a senior in civil engineering and an Army veteran. Through the university’s Boots to Suits professional development program, she was matched with mentor Bob Armstrong, an Air … Continue Reading CVEN student Stephanie Espinoza and the benefits of the Boots to Suits program
Mark Golkowski, associate professor of electrical engineering, and Wesley Marshall, associate professor of civil engineering, have both been named the CU Denver faculty award winners for teaching and research, respectively. … Continue Reading Golkowski and Marshall receive campus-level faculty awards
In the most recent U.S.News & World Report rankings, the CU Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus bioengineering graduate programs ranked #63. This is a jump of nearly 20 since last … Continue Reading Bioengineering Graduate Programs ranked #63
The Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce has produced rankings that claim CU Denver does the best job at getting average students higher-than-average salaries. Read the story published on Vox.com.
New building on Fitzsimons campus will house CU bioengineering students By Megan Mitchell YourHub Reporter The University of Colorado Denver and the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority are ready to begin construction … Continue Reading Denver Post features new Bioscience 2 Building
The weather was hot, the music was loud, the food was good, and on August 22, students from the 2012/13 and the 2013/14 Lynx Motorsports baja racing teams represented the … Continue Reading Lynx Motorsports represents college at CU Denver Block Party