Ceremonies and speakers celebrate accomplishments of more than 2,100 CSU graduates.
Whitley is being honored for technical and professional leadership in the field of genetic and evolutionary computation.
The team is developing guidelines for reviewing the more than 100 proposals and ideas that the RBEI has received from CSU students, faculty and staff.
Natural sciences students had the opportunity to meet science teachers at the Colorado Science Conference.
Now more than ever, climate researchers are turning to trainable, data-nimble computer programs as tools for improving climate models, weather forecasting and more.
They offer a cost-effective synthetic pathway for conventional and new PHAs with enhanced properties.
As Joyce McConnell spoke Thursday, Nov. 14, during her investiture ceremony and saw her 93-year-old mother, Bessie, and 90-year-old father, Harvey, sitting in the audience, she couldn’t help but think about her journey to become CSU’s 15th president.
Professors Eugene Chen and Amy Prieto will join a national panel in Washington, D.C. this week discussing chemistry breakthroughs enabled by scientific understanding of the periodic table.
This year the Computer Science program at CSU had an incoming class with the largest percentage of female students in the department’s history. Here are four students who are leading the future of computer science.