June 15 ‘Eating for a Healthy Pregnancy’ class free for CSU employees

Join Amanda Boostrom, registered dietitian nutritionist and certified lactation educator in the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center, on June 15 to learn what to eat to be healthy, feel vibrant during your pregnancy and gain confidence that you are providing the best start possible for your baby.

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Sociology degree helps alum succeed as Fort Collins deputy police chief

Assistant Chief Kevin Cronin, an 18-year member of the Fort Collins Police Department, grew up in a blue-collar, Irish family in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Hands-on hospitality: Learning the art of planning successful events

Students in the Hospitality Management Program at CSU have some unique opportunities for hands-on learning.

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Saving Javan rhinos from extinction starts with counting them – and it’s not easy

It is very hard to count small populations and characterize their distribution accurately. Nonetheless, scientists and the Indonesian government are forming a plan to rescue the imperiled Javan rhino.

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CSU works with CDC to help public health labs detect Zika virus

BioMARC, the university’s vaccine manufacturing facility, created material to be used in labs nationwide in the fight against Zika virus.

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Graduate workshop encourages students in successful job negotiations

Sue Schell, director of the Career Management Center in the College of Business and advisor for the Women in Business Association, talks to graduate students during the Job Negotiations Workshop at Colorado State University. Preparing for the future Job negotiations Read More

Check Out Colorado State Parks passes at Morgan Library

Anyone with a library card can check out a free State Parks pass for up to seven days at a time this summer.

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Surplus Property annual tent sale closes Lake Street

CSU Surplus Property and Housing and Dining Services are hosting the 6th Annual Tent Sale, Saturday and Sunday, June 3 and 4.

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School of Education invites session proposals for 2017 diversity education track

The School of Education is actively seeking session proposals for the 2017 Diversity Symposium’s Teaching Practices: Honoring Diversity and Inclusion track.

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School of Education graduate and Army captain excited to train fellow soldiers

After eight years of service, the Army offered Arcadio Avalos the option to return to school to earn his master’s degree. As graduate of the Adult Education and Training program, he plans to train fellow soldiers.

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