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Susan MacQuiddy named Board Member of the Year

Work with SummitStone Health Partners brings statewide recognition.

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From the bench: Grad students win for research into HIV, prions, reproduction and more

More than 300 CSU graduate students presented their work at the 2015 Graduate Student Showcase, and nine College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences students came away with awards.

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Tom Rovis named a ‘highly cited researcher’

Thomson Reuters publishes the annual list that represents “some of the world’s most influential scientific minds.”

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Gas line installation to close Lake at Shields intersection

Lake Street and the Pitkin to Lake Street Access Road will be temporarily impacted by Xcel Energy work Dec. 29 -30.

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AAU, CSU build on Extension conference in China

An expanding relationship between Anhui Agricultural University (AAU) and Colorado State University will take another step forward in the coming weeks as a CSU delegation will return to China.

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Salty sea spray affects the lifetimes of clouds, researchers find

Ice particles from sea spray affect the phase structure of clouds and their radiative impacts, a new study reveals.

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Research and education at the CSU Center at Todos Santos

Less than two years since inception, the CSU Center at Todos Santos has become a unique education education and research site for CSU professors and students. ,

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CSU celebrates graduates at winter commencement ceremonies

On Friday and Saturday, CSU hosted winter commencement ceremonies to recognize 1,418 undergraduate and 439 graduate students, as well as four Army and one Air Force ROTC Commissionees.

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CSU experts weigh in on UN climate talks accord

CSU researchers and leaders comment on the 2015 Paris climate talks.

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CSU celebrates online students, faculty who teach them

As most graduates said goodbye to Colorado State University’s campus last weekend, a number were just becoming acquainted with it.

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