McIntyre set to be first EAS PhD graduate


Bill McIntyre, engineering and applied science PhD candidate in civil engineering, successfully defended his dissertation, titled “Alluvial Storage and Recovery in the South Platte River Basin in Colorado-A Design Approach,” on April 8, and is set to be the first graduate of the college’s interdisciplinary EAS PhD program. His graduate committee members include Associate Professor David Mays, Professor Emeritus Lynn Johnson, Assistant Professor Indrani Pal, Dick Wolf, Paul Flack, and Professor Kevin Rens, who is also his major professor, advisor and mentor.

McIntyre will be hooded at commencement on May 16.


Amin Famili, PhD Candidate in BIOE, receives 2nd place honor from American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists


Amin Famili, a PhD candidate in Bioengineering, will be honored at the upcoming Ocular Drug Delivery and Disposition Focus Group (ODDDFG) Meeting on November 11, 2013 for his poster “A combined reverse thermal gel/polymeric mycelle system for sustained ocular delivery of triamcinolone acetonide.” Amin was selected as the 2nd place recipient of the 2013 AAPS ODDDFG Graduate Student Poster Award sponsored by Bausch & Lomb. Amin also received a $500 travel award from the CU Denver Graduate School to support his travel. Congratulations, Amin!