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Faculty & Staff

Keith Belk to receive AMSA Distinguished Research Award

As just one more example of his distinguished career as one of the world’s leading meat scientists, Keith Belk has been named the recipient of the 2017 Distinguished Research Award from the American Meat Science Association.

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Ergonomic evaluations prevent work-related injury

Don’t wait for pain and discomfort before identifying potential causes of injury.

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CSU’s pioneer of enrollment and access

More than a decade ago, Robin Brown joined Colorado State University to pioneer the university’s efforts in enrollment and access. She became the first ever Vice President for Enrollment and Access at CSU in May 2006 and since has established an incredible legacy.

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CSU community bike rides start in May

Parking and Transportation Services is again hosting lunch-time bike rides for women throughout the summer.

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Dr. Ed Hoover reflects on 50 years of discovery: “It’s all a fantastic voyage”

Dr. Edward Hoover, recently named Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, sat down for a wide-ranging interview.

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Two new benefits added to C2C

CSU faculty and staff now have two new health and wellness benefits available through Commitment to Campus: Advance Care Planning with the Larimer Health District, and discount passes to City of Fort Collins recreation facilities. You can see all the

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Straayer honored for long stewardship of internships at Capitol

The political science professor drove his last vanload of CSU political science majors to the Capitol in Denver on April 27, and received accolades for his decades of service.

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School of Social Work director named associate dean in College of Health and Human Sciences

Audrey Shillington, director of the School of Social Work, will assume responsibilities as the associate dean for academic affairs in the College of Health and Human Sciences on June 2.

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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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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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