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State Your Purpose

A legacy of access and excellence for all

Between them, Paul Thayer and Barb Musslewhite have dedicated more than six decades of their time, energy and passion to help students achieve their dreams at Colorado State University. It has been their commitment to each and every one that leaves an extraordinary legacy of both access and excellence for future generations of Rams.

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$20 million gift will help make research institute a reality

An anonymous $20 million gift will help build a state-of-the-art regenerative medicine research facility at CSU.

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Undergrads find best fit in labs with fellowships

A new Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program aims to help young researchers find the scientific love of their lives.

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Major gifts transform CSU’s art museum

Two gifts — a treasured art collection and money to properly display the works -— have helped transform CSU’s Gregory Allicar Museum.

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35th annual auction a Ram Good Time

Help support student-athlete scholarships while having a great time at the 35th annual Ram Good Time Auction.

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Faculty, staff invited to lunch to hear about $1 billion campaign

CSU President Tony Frank has invited all faculty and staff to lunch to discuss “State Your Purpose: The Campaign for Colorado State University”

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A Great Conversation: Fighting fire with words

For firefighters, communication is a matter of life and death. This is a fact that Timothy Amidon understands better than most.

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Marching forward: Band members thrive thanks to donor support

There is one woman cheering on the CSU Marching Band with more enthusiasm than the rest — Dame Jackie Erickson, the marching band’s number one fan and most generous supporter.

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Major gifts bolster CSU’s services for veterans

CSU’s programs for veterans get a significant boost from generous donors.

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First-generation student pursues her passion to study birds

Marina Rodriguez studies wildlife biology and helps promote diversity in the Warner College of Natural Resources.

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