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Construction Management team takes first place at national competition

The CSU Department of Construction Management recently showed why it is one of the premier programs in the nation, taking first place at the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Construction Management Competition.

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CSU climatologists monitor drought day and night

The Colorado Climate Center keeps a close eye on regional drought conditions, providing weekly updates for the U.S. Drought Monitor.

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Women & Gender Collaborative announces grant recipients

The campus community responded to the call with passion and commitment, submitting 22 applications around an array of inspiring ideas. A committee selected five winning proposals.

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Phew! Rams earn 22nd consecutive NCAA invitation

The streak lives on as CSU volleyball earns its 22nd consecutive NCAA Tournament invitation.

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Participants needed for weight loss study

The Department of Health and Exercise Science is seeking volunteers to participate in a research study examining the favorable effects of a new diabetes medicine.

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Volunteers needed for study on red beetroot juice consumption, cardiovascular health

The Functional Foods & Human Health Laboratory in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at Colorado State University is seeking volunteers to participate in a study investigating whether acute and chronic consumption of red beetroot juice can improve adverse cardiovascular and metabolic responses to eating a high-fat meal.

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Holiday wreaths for sale supporting Horticulture Honor Society

CSU’s Horticulture Honor Society, Pi Alpha Xi, will be taking orders for 22-inch Douglas Fir holiday wreaths this week.

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Community meeting on Elizabeth and Shields Underpass Dec. 7

A community meeting is slated from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7 in Bob Davis Hall at Moby Arena to discuss the underpass that will be built at Elizabeth and Shields Streets.

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Alliance crosses state lines to expand opportunities for students in STEM

A five-year award of $4.8 million from the National Science Foundation has created the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation.

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