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‘Shifting our trajectory’: The Standing Committee on the Status of Women Faculty

It can seem a pretty daunting challenge when you serve on a committee who has been charged with bringing about major institutional change, overcoming obstacles and structural constraints shaped by history and human nature over 150 years. But the Standing Committee on the Status of Women Faculty has moved swiftly, boldly and with determination to forge a better future for CSU.

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How CSU chemists are helping us not get food poisoning

They’ve created a simple, cheap set of handheld tests that can detect the presence of many water- or food-borne pathogens.

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Keeping cannabis workers safe, healthy and happy

Results of a study, “Work and Well-Being in the Colorado Cannabis Industry,” were published online in February.

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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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Provost’s Council on Engagement spotlight: Christine Fruhauf

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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An introduction to possibilities: “Girls, meet Science. Science, meet Girls.”

Veterinarians, students and alumni introduced Colorado girls to veterinary medicine at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

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CSU’s online MBA named one of the best in the world by the Financial Times

CSU’s Online Professional MBA is ranked among the top programs in the world according to the Financial Times’ Online MBA Ranking 2017, released Monday, March 6.

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A traffic cop for the cell surface: Illuminating a basic biological process

Scientists have shed light on a long-obscured cellular process: a mammalian cell membrane’s relationship with a scaffolding underneath it, the cortical actin cytoskeleton.

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Construction of Smith Natural Resources Building addition kicks off in May

An addition to the Michael Smith Natural Resources Building is coming.

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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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