Emerson, CSU to partner on brewing technology center

FORT COLLINS — Emerson Electric Co. (NYSE: EMR), a multinational engineering product manufacturer and service provider, is partnering with Colorado State University to build the Emerson Brewing Innovation Center, which will give students hands-on learning opportunities in automation technologies.

“The Emerson Brewing Innovation Center will open this fall in the Gifford Building on CSU’s main Fort Collins campus and feature two brewing systems that will allow students to gain experience using the latest real-world technologies driving innovation in the industry,” according to an Emerson news release.

The center will be the main hug of CSU’s Fermentation Sciences and Technology program.

“Partnerships like these enable us to give our students experience with industry standards and help them prepare for the job market,” Jeff Callaway, associate director of Fermentation Science and Technology, said in a prepared statement. “The new center will enhance our fermentation science academic program while strengthening ties to the industry.”

FORT COLLINS — Emerson Electric Co. (NYSE: EMR), a multinational engineering product manufacturer and service provider, is partnering with Colorado State University to build the Emerson Brewing Innovation Center, which will give students hands-on learning opportunities in automation technologies.

“The Emerson Brewing Innovation Center will open this fall in the Gifford Building on CSU’s main Fort Collins campus and feature two brewing systems that will allow students to gain experience using the latest real-world technologies driving innovation in the industry,” according to an Emerson news release.

The center will be the main hug of CSU’s Fermentation Sciences and Technology program.

“Partnerships like these enable us to give our students experience with industry standards and help them prepare for the job market,” Jeff Callaway, associate director of Fermentation Science and Technology, said in a prepared statement. “The new center will enhance our fermentation science academic program while strengthening ties to the industry.”