CSU Chemistry Department Assistant Professor Hosts GWB Event

Held in conjunction with the U.N. Day of Women and Girls in Science, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) Global Women’s Breakfast (GWB2023) took place on February 14, 2023.

DEIJ in STEM – Ideas for Actions Spring 2023

There are several upcoming activities and workshops to support DEIJ in STEM. Please click here for more details and to register! Feb 14: Global Women’s Breakfast Feb 16: Creating an Inclusive Classroom

Carlos Olivo Named Winner of Region 10 Excellence in Advising – Faculty Advisor

Associate Teaching Professor Carlos Olivo has recently been awarded Winner of Region 10 Excellence in Advising – Faculty Advisor.  This award is given on behalf of NACADA: The Global Community for Academic

Chemistry Alumna Cassidy Jackson Joins the Institute for Defense Analyses

Alumni News Dr. Cassidy Jackson (Zadrozny group) recently joined the Institute for Defense Analyses. Congrats, Cassidy!   IDA News Release: ALEXANDRIA, VA (November 2022) – Colorado State University alumna Cassidy E. Jackson


New CSU-led center will explore how light can be used to make more sustainable chemicals

The National Science Foundation has awarded a CSU-led team a three-year, $1.8 million grant to launch the Center for Sustainable Photoredox Catalysis, which will design chemical manufacturing processes harnessing light energy and utilizing readily-available materials as catalysts. 

Inaugural Fixman-Ladanyi Professorship awarded to Robert Paton

“Robert Paton, a professor of chemistry at Colorado State University, was awarded the inaugural Fixman-Ladanyi Professorship in Chemistry… “Rob is becoming ‘the’ person sought after for collaboration in computational organic chemistry. He is a dedicated and thoughtful teacher, and he is a valuable department citizen. Dr. Paton’s well-rounded excellence sets a high standard for the Fixman-Ladanyi Professorship.””

CSU chemist who developed revolutionary battery mentors next generation of innovators

Even as Colorado State University Professor Amy Prieto continues to commercialize a fast-charging battery that’s being touted as a game-changer for everything from electric vehicles to power tools, she’s continuing to educate the next generation of innovators inside her lab in the Chemistry Building.

CSU researchers receive $1.2 million grant to study how everything from cleaning products to nicotine impacts indoor air

Colorado State University Department of Chemistry Professor Delphine Farmer and her team of researchers recently received a $1.2 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to investigate the chemical compounds floating through our indoor spaces.