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Katie Courage

Katie Courage

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 total solar eclipse, CSU reaches out

On Aug. 21, the College of Natural Sciences’ Little Shop of Physics will spearhead eclipse activities on campus, as well as outreach engagement in the path of the totality.

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CSU initiates programs to study, help understand drug use nationwide

This fall, the psychology department is launching a new Master’s in Addiction Counseling program, aimed at filling a need for trained addiction counselors in Colorado and around the nation.

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Biology Professor Greg Florant honored by NIH group for minority researchers

His leadership role in the Network of Minority Health Research Investigators was recognized this spring with the NMRI Medallion.

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Solving scientific problems in a lab with no microscopes

The Franklin A. Graybill Statistical Laboratory – Stat Lab – runs on brain power, computing power and creativity.

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Best science students compete at CSU for prizes, scholarships

The 6th-12th graders were here to compete at the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair.

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To super-cool hydrogen atoms, CSU physicist turns to lasers

Physics Assistant Professor Dylan Yost has received an NSF CAREER award, which will fund a two-photon laser cooling technique.

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Chemist Jamie Neilson named Sloan Research Fellow and Cottrell Scholar

Neilson is using chemistry to create new, innovative materials to change the way we harvest and use energy.

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CSU brings science ‘wows’ to Todos Santos school children

The Little Shop of Physics traveled to the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur, Mexico, to spread their enthusiasm for science.

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