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CSU’s Amy Parsons a finalist for Denver Outstanding Women in Business

Amy Parsons, executive vice chancellor of the Colorado State University System, is one of 36 finalists for the Denver Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business Award.

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President’s Commission on Women and Gender Equity celebrates 20 years 

The Commission will mark the occasion with a community celebration Oct. 3, 3-6 p.m., in the Lory Student Center Theater.

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Returning students choose to live on campus

Living on campus after the first year offers a range of benefits unmatched in off-campus housing.

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CSU ready to greet nearly 8,000 on-campus residents

Students are set to move into residence halls over two days: Aug. 16 and 17.

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Universal Design for Learning: Access for all

CSU is committed to eliminating barriers to learning for all students through redesigned teaching materials.

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Chemistry Research Building: new home for discovery at CSU

The Chemistry Research Building is a hood-intensive facility that houses 11 faculty labs, as well as dozens of researchers, graduate students and undergraduates.

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Student-friendly, research-savvy new Biology Building opens its doors

The Biology Building opens its doors Aug. 14, welcoming students, faculty, and staff to a new, inspiring space for the department.

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For construction management alumni, work on new science buildings means giving back

As CSU heralds beautiful new buildings for the Department of Biology and the Department of Chemistry, construction management alumni will leave an indelible mark on each.

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Wake up!!!! Student tickets available Aug. 15

Students can claim their seat Tuesday for the inaugural game at the new stadium.

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Wdowik nutrition column: Pasta is making a comeback

Once a mainstay of many American diets, pasta developed a poor reputation in the 1990s as “carbohydrate” became a dirty word.

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