The Colorado State University Vehicle Innovation Team (CSU VIT) has been involved in AVTCs since 1988 and graduated more than 120 students throughout multiple colleges. CSU is a land-grant institution and a Carnegie Doctoral/Research University-Extensive. It incorporates approximately 22,000 undergraduates and 4,000 graduates. Its primary goal is to provide its students with a world-class education that embraces inter-disciplinary collaboration to solve fundamental world problems. As such, the University has chosen to participate in the EcoCAR 3 competition. Colorado State has joined the EcoCAR 3 competition to further its role of being a world-class university that is recognized for its rigor, scholarship, and innovation. It feels that EcoCAR 3 is an excellent opportunity to provide its students with an opportunity to lead the world in innovation in research in the field of transportation. Colorado State University strives to innovate creative solutions to modern problems. Rising amounts of energy consumption and green-house gasses in the environment, contributed to the extensive transportation industry in the US, is a current day world problem that CSU wants to address and provide a solution for. With this in mind, CSU plans that through EcoCAR 3 they will be able to define a solution to these problems without compromising the ideals and expectations of the US consumer.
CSU EcoCAR 3 is always looking to educate, collaborate, and spread the word about the innovative ways we plan to positively impact the future.
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