Junior Electrical Engineering major, Melissa Wirtz is originally from Corrales, New Mexico.
Melissa first began conducting research in high school when she was selected as a STEM Teacher and Researcher High School (STAR) Fellow at Sandia National Laboratory in Albuquerque, New Mexico. There, she helped create new chemical compounds under the direction of Dr. Richard Kemp.
Impressed by her aptitude for research, she has been asked to return to his lab every summer since. Last summer, she participated in the International Institute of Nanotechnology Research Experience for Undergraduates at Northwestern University and conducted research in nanotechnology. Read more › ›
Currently a sophomore at CSU, Emily majoring in Biochemistry and Anthropology and minoring in Spanish. Prior to her arrival at CSU, Emily was active in research and outreach.
She spent nearly two years of volunteering at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and completed a summer research internship on a self-devised project concerning pine beetles and changing climate in Rocky Mountain forests with the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) and Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) program in 2011. She then co-presented this research in New Orleans at the American Meteorological Society's 2012 Annual Meeting. Read more › ›
The premier event for undergraduate research and creativity at Colorado State University, this year's CURC Showcase will be held on Tuesday, April 15, in Johnson Hall, Room 222.
Judged by CSU faculty and staff, the showcase requires that students present a professional poster session on their project.
Award winners will be recognized at the CURC Awards Ceremony at 5:30PM on Thursday, April 17,in Johnson Hall Room 222.
Learn more by visiting CURC.
Developed just for CSU undergraduates, we're here to help you meet your new academic challenges, achieve your learning goals, and reach your highest potential.
Writing consultants from the Colorado State University Writing Center are available five nights a week throughout each semester.
This free service is open to Colorado State University students, staff, faculty, and alumni as well as the local Fort Collins community.
Please visit the Writing Center to make an appointment.