Earth and Atmospheric Science News
Student Gets Job with WSP
Shannon Wiley recently graduated with a Bachelor’s in Earth Science Environmental emphasis. She started working with WSP in Arvada, CO in September of 2021 as an Environmental Scientist. She joined a team that consults on state construction permits (stormwater discharge and dewatering activities) and SPCC (Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures) for construction clients, as well as oil and gas clients. She advises clients all across the western United States (mostly Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas).
February 23, 2022
Student Gets Job Gold Mining
Geology graduate (2021) Spencer Gatlin got a job at a gold mine in Alaska. Congratulations and good luck!
September 27, 2021
2021 Earth Science Graduations
Earth Science Environmental, Geology, and Meteorology students graduated after a challenging year of Covid protocol and classes. Congratulations!
May 11, 2021
Dr. Lerach Receives Fullbright Scholarship
His scholarship will support his sabbatical to Italy.
May 10, 2021
Student Gets Job with Waterworks
Geology graduate (2020) Trace Weigle accepted a position with Leavenworth, KS Waterworks. She and her family made the move 2021 for her to start the position. Congratulations Tracy!
April 26, 2021
Student Gets Job as Hydrologist with USGS
Environmental Science graduate (class of 2020) Alexi Richmond was recently hired by the USGS as a Hydrologic Technician. She will use her skills honed in classes like Geomorphology and Hydrology and her directed study research in her new job located in Oklahoma City!
November 09, 2020
Boulder Hillslope Research
Graduate Student Working on Grant-Funded Research with Boulder
October 13, 2020
Poudre Restoration Tour
Dr. Bywater-Reyes studies river restoration and management along the Cache la Poudre River.
October 13, 2020
Virtual River Tour
Students observe rivers remotely for class under covid-19 restrictions (photo credit: Mason Knighton)
May 04, 2020
Meteorology Field Trip to CSU-CHILL radar
Meteorology students visit the CSU-CHILL research radar
October 03, 2019