Event Details

Lectures every Tuesday from February 12-April 23 in Hale Science Room 230 on CU's campus

The Engineering Exploration Seminar Series is a ten-week course designed to explore different engineering topics. Each week, a new University of Colorado professor or industry professional will present a different topic and share his or her experiences/research on the subject.

This event will be held on the CU campus each Tuesday from 6 to 7:30pm from the weeks of February 12th-April 23rd (excluding the week of Spring Break). There will also be a Webinar link provided to everybody who signs up in case you cannot make the lectures in person. All proceeds will be donated to the CU chapter of Engineers Without Borders, a nonprofit organization partnering with communities around the world to solve the world’s most pressing challenges through engineering-based solutions. We work in water, sanitation, and access in Nepal, Rwanda, Guatemala, and within the United States.


February 12th - Dean Bobby Braun on Overview of Engineering

February 19th - Professor Mindy Zarske on Engineering Plus and Project Based Learning

February 26th - Scott Tibbitts on the Aerospace Industry

March 5th - Professor Chris Carruth on Technology, Arts, and Media

March 12th - Professor Jeffrey Knutsen on Mechanical Engineering

March 19th - Professor Brian Argrow on Drones/Aerospace Engineering

April 2nd - Professor Joe Ryan on Civil/Environmental Engineering

April 9th - Professor Charlie Nuttelman on Chemical Engineering

April 16th - Professor Zoya Popovic on Electrical Engineering

April 23rd - Professor Evan Thomas on Engineering in Developing Communities

  • When: Tue Feb. 12 - 6:00 pm
    Tue Apr. 23 7:30 pm

  • Address: 1350 Pleasant St
    Boulder CO,US 80302

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