On the Job October 5, 2012
Bryan Willson, director of CSU’s Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory and co-founder of Envirofit International, has accepted a short-term assignment as a program director for the U.S. Department of Energy’s research division. A CSU mechanical engineering professor, Willson’s three-year assignment to the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy will focus on natural gas and stimulating new technologies to reduce the environmental impact of production and developing beneficial new uses for natural gas. Willson will continue to serve in his position as director of the lab.
Dr. Timothy Hackett, a board-certified emergency and critical-care veterinarian and professor at CSU, has been named interim director of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. He replaces Dr. Dean Hendrickson, who was promoted to associate dean for professional veterinary medicine at CSU. Hackett, a professor in the department of clinical sciences, is a leader in CSU’s emergency and critical-care service. He graduated from CSU with his veterinary medicine degree in 1989, and has been practicing emergency and critical-care medicine for 22 years.
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