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Wildlife students immersed in ecosystems of Baja California

Helping a new generation of sea turtles safely leave the shores of the Baja California Sur was part of a transformative experience for 18 CSU students over winter break.

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The Lucas Suazo Factor

CSU Engineering student recognized as the 2015 Denver Metro Chamber Student Leader of the Year at the 9NEWS Civic Leadership Luncheon.

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Theatre students represent CSU at Regional Kennedy Center Festival

This article was written by Emma Schenkenberger Each year, CSU students participate in the Region 7 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF), which brings together student actors and technicians who do exceptional work in their field. This year, the group Read More

Two students named Truman Scholarship finalists

Two CSU juniors, Kalyn Taylor and Jason Sydoriak, were named finalists for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, a nationally competitive scholarship that recognizes students who demonstrate “exceptional leadership potential” and are “committed to careers in government, the nonprofit or advocacy sectors, education or elsewhere in the public service.”

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Are you ready to launch your business?

Venture Accelerator accepting applications from student-run businesses through March 27.

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Students scale 18,460-foot volcano in Mexico

While a majority of students were enjoying time at home during winter break, a group of 11 CSU students, alumni and staff were ascending an 18,460-foot volcano in Mexico.

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Environmental education program seeking applicants

The Human Dimensions of Natural Resources department in the Warner College of Natural Resources is seeking applicants for the D.R. and Ginny Pulliam Scholars program.

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Founders Day celebrates Ram Family

On Wednesday, Feb. 11, CSU celebrated its 145th anniversary with a Founders Day Celebration highlighting the values that have sustained the university, the people who have shaped it, and its enduring mission of service through teaching, research and engagement as the state’s land-grant institution.

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Construction management students shine again in competition

CSU’s construction management students had another good showing at a regional competition held this month in Nevada.

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