Double major Elise Hadjis used her degree in chemistry to help her designs stand out.
The Colorado State University LIFE sciences faculty members demonstrate this through their willingness to adapt to changing student needs.
CSU graduate students showcased an exceptional body of work during the 2021 Graduate Student Showcase. Virtual presentations encompassed research, entrepreneurship and creative works from all eight colleges and interdisciplinary programs.
Glenn Swanson, a recent graduate from the Applied Statistics Master’s Program, recently won first place in the Harmonized Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury Hackathon, a competition to create statistical models that could potentially help in a health care setting.
Liliana Gallegos is a Ph. D. student in CSU's Department of Chemistry. She is researching ways to use computer modeling to make organic chemistry reactions more efficient and has also been awarded a Frontera Computational Science Fellowship.
Three Ph.D. students at CSU received an award from the Office of Science Graduate Student Research to continue their research at national laboratory facilities around the country.
Ryann Gregory, a master’s student in the Department of Biology, is studying methods to increase foraging behavior with orangutans at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for her capstone this summer.
The college’s new ENcourage Engineering Math Program helps incoming students learn practical applications of math in engineering.
Andrew Huebert, a graduate student studying cognitive psychology at Colorado State University, was selected as a recipient of the 2020 Psychonomic Society’s Graduate Travel Award.
In her first years here, Lucy developed a framework that combines methods from applied mathematics and computer science to fuse mechanistic partial differential equations with statistical models in a big data setting.