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Coleman Cornelius

Coleman Cornelius

CSU neuroscientists share mind-blowing details about the brain

CSU neuroscientists Leslie Stone-Roy leads Brain Awareness Week activities to teach hundreds of middle-school and high-school students about the brain.

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First-generation CSU veterinary student shows ‘This is what it looks like’

Inspired by her educational journey, Cindy Vaca volunteers for a community outreach program called Triunfo, helping Hispanic schoolchildren with homework and activities that boost knowledge in STEM.

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Tuberculosis researchers lead scientific workshops for grad students in India

Five CSU faculty and staff members, who research aspects of tuberculosis, traveled to New Delhi for a scientific workshop.

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Interview with Dr. Donald L. Piermattei, a giant in small animal orthopedics

In November 2015, about a year before his death, Dr. Piermattei discussed his career in veterinary medicine at Colorado State University.

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‘Next generation’ delivers mind-blowing science at 2017 CVMBS Research Day

A total of 128 undergraduates, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows presented their research findings through talks and posters.

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You’re in for a wait on the National Western animal well-being team

Veterinary students were watchdogs this week for show ethics and food safety, collecting urine samples from market animals for drug testing at the National Western Stock Show.

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Dam right: CSU Online Stallion Auction offers top matches for broodmares

The 18th Annual CSU Online Stallion Auction offers breedings with 49 stallions, including some of the country’s top American Quarter Horse sires.

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CSU opens spacious, state-of-the-art veterinary cancer center

CSU will celebrate the opening of an expanded and improved hospital unit dedicated to the evaluation and care of animal patients with cancer, marking a new era in the university’s longstanding leadership in veterinary oncology.

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One year later: Bison herd gains hoof-hold and boosts conservation nationwide

The seed herd of 10 American bison released one year ago on northern Colorado public lands has expanded to 16 healthy animals – with more growth ahead.

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Veterinarians converge at Colorado State University for wellness summit

The fourth annual AAVMC Veterinary Health and Wellness Summit was hosted for the first time by CSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

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