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Building Civic Leaders through Community Engagement

FLTI participants learned about state government, the legislative process, and current policy priorities of the 2017 legislative session

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Estudiante de veterinaria de CSU, primera en su familia en cursar estudios universitarios, muestra ‘Así es como se ve’

Cindy Vaca ha sido voluntaria de Triunfo durante tres años, y ha reclutado a ocho compañeros de veterinaria como voluntarios.

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CSU takes ‘key step’ to expand HR capacity in efforts to bring change

The Division of University Operations is taking what it calls a “key step” to contribute to the collective efforts on campus to improve the work life of employees and bring about impactful change. The division is moving Diana Prieto into an expanded role as Associate Vice President for Human Capital, effective July 1, 2017, and the division will conduct a national search for a director of Human Resources.

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Robinson named student employee of the year for CSU, state

CSU senior Trenten Robinson has been named 2017 Student Employee of the Year — for the campus as well as the entire state.

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College of Health and Human Sciences recognizes exemplary performance with awards

The College of Health and Human Sciences announced its 2017 award winners on April 11.

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That’s a wrap on CURC 2017

Held April 17, this year’s showcase wrapped up with an April 25 awards ceremony.

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Syria’s forgotten pluralism and why it matters today

Since fighting first erupted in Syria in March 2011, many have discussed the role of the Arab Spring, the attendant Arab Winter, Syria’s government, sectarianism and the rise of the Islamic State to explain it. These factors, while important, ignore a key part of the story – Syria’s past.

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Holistic Care Clinic in Fort Collins supports scholarships for CSU students

The goal of a new Traditional Chinese Medical Clinic Holistic Care Scholarship created by Dr. Monique Larson is to support students enrolled in the College of Health and Human Sciences and the College of Business.

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CSU leads $3.8 million study to understand impacts of western wildfire smoke

The aim is a comprehensive data set for understanding how wildfire smoke changes chemically with time.

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CSU engineering students tapped to help install brewing equipment

The undergraduate students from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering at CSU who are helping set up new brewing facilities on campus seem to appreciate that it’s a rare opportunity.

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