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Denver Tech Center Marriott Executive, Mike Case Reflects on Unique Career Path  

Colorado, a leader in the tourism industry, recently broke records for visitation and tourism dollars. The Denver Post reports that Colorado brought in 77.7 million visitors that spent almost 20 billion dollars. As tourism grows in Colorado, students’ career options

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Food for Fines now helps students via Rams Against Hunger

Food for Fines allows a donation of food to be used to reduce parking citation rates.

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Event highlights proposal to transform roles of CSU non-tenure-track faculty

A proposal to change non-tenure-track faculty appointments at CSU to create career paths took center stage during a panel discussion featuring leaders of the national academic labor movement.

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4-H Takes Science Out of This World at 8th Annual Weather and Science Day

Eighth annual Weather and Science Day with the Colorado Rockies brings STEM to school children.

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Lab looking for volunteers to donate their brainwaves to science

The CSU Brainwaves Research Lab in the Department of Occupational Therapy is currently conducting two studies and is looking for people with autism/Asperger’s disorder (15 – 30 years old), neurotypical adults (18-25 years old), and adults with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders (18-25 years old) to volunteer their time to help in one of the two studies described below.

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Provost’s Council for Engagement spotlight: Bill Shuster

Council members serve as champions for advancing the practice and recognition of engaged scholarship as fully embedded within CSU’s core teaching, research and service missions.

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