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Alumna’s successful career paves way for meaningful planned gift

Karen Morris-Fine led a successful career as a toxicologist to major corporations including Coca Cola, Syracuse Research Corporation and the Boeing Company.

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Annual 1870 Dinner offers supporters a chance to celebrate CSU

Many of CSU’s supporters gathered Saturday night to celebrate at the annual 1870 Dinner.

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Radar gift to enhance weather research and education at Colorado State University

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering has announced a gift of a customized C-band radar from the company Vaisala.

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Record support, record donor numbers on Giving Tuesday

The CSU community once again has rallied to support its own.

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The gift of tuition: How donors are helping business students succeed

During Michael Smith’s first job out of Colorado State University there was no way he could have anticipated the events in his life that would lead to a career in oil and gas, let alone his return to CSU as a leader in the industry to deliver scholarships benefiting hundreds of students and their families.

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Health and Exercise Science breaks ground on lab expansion

Faculty from the Department of Health and Exercise Science joined CSU officials Monday to celebrate a groundbreaking for the expansion of a very special lab on campus.

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Transformational gift to propel College of Engineering to new heights

Colorado State University has received a $53.3 million gift, the largest in the University’s history, from business icon Walter Scott, Jr.

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Engineering alumnus re-energizes future of hydraulics program

As an early mainstay of CSU’s Hydraulics Program, Jim Ruff has demonstrated his dedication to its continued success by providing new support for future investments.

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