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Magazine honors CSU School of Education faculty member Susana Muñoz

Susana Muñoz, an assistant professor in CSU’s School of Education, is among the “Top 25 Women in Higher Education and Beyond,” according to the magazine Diverse Issues in Higher Education.

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Students can register for Summer Session starting March 21

Registration for Summer Session opens at noon on March 21, and the first 1,000 students who show up for a kick-off celebration at the Lory Student Center get a free tank top.

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Rabbit revelry: An Aztec drunkfest that rivals St. Patrick’s Day

As the alcohol-infused celebration of St. Patrick’s Day approaches, a Colorado State University faculty member is researching another ancient festival that, while distant from Ireland, was also known for high levels of inebriated revelry.

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CSU Bookstore named national Collegiate Retailer of the Year

The Colorado State University Bookstore has been named the country’s 2017 Collegiate Retailer of the Year by the NACS Foundation, a subsidiary of the National Association of College Stores.

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Then and now: ‘Rocky Mountain Collegian’ marks 125th birthday

The Collegian is the oldest continuously published college paper in Colorado and one of the oldest in the West.

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Bestselling author David Shields visits CSU March 22-23

Bestselling author and culture critic David Shields will visit Colorado State University March 22-23 for a book reading and signing, as well as a screening of a James Franco-directed film based on one of his books.

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CSU expands international online reach through new partnership

More people than ever, around the world, will be able to learn from Colorado State University — along with other top institutions like the University of Virginia and Penn State — thanks to a new partnership with FutureLearn, an international social learning platform that specializes in delivering online education at any scale.

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CSU’s Capitol interns: A steady presence, and not just on Founders Day

Founders Day at the state Capitol is not just an opportunity for legislators to have breakfast with top CSU officials like President Tony Frank. It’s also a chance for them to mingle with a group of young people in a program unlike any other in the state: CSU students who serve as legislative interns.

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CSU researchers part of $11.5 million project to improve complex decision-making

A team that includes Colorado State University researchers has been awarded $11.5 million to develop a digital tool that helps people reach better decisions on complex matters.

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Oxford turns to CSU for environmental ethics expertise

Colorado State University has long been recognized for its expertise in environmental ethics, a field that CSU Professor Emeritus Holmes Rolston helped found in the 1970s.

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