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CSU researchers to study effects of green schools

Do green schools make for better learning environments? Do green, healthy schools support higher student test scores? Researchers at Colorado State University plan to find out.

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SoGES public lands symposium

Two-day symposium caps year-long work by Global Resources Challenges Team, April 23-24.

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Diane Larsen-Freeman to speak at CSU

Diane Larsen-Freeman, a professor emerita, researcher and author in the field of second language acquisition, grammar and pedagogy, will be a guest speaker this month for the Teaching English as a Foreign Language/Teaching English as a Second Language Student Association’s Advocacy Week.

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CSU donates books to Ute Mountain Ute tribe

When Irene Vernon heard that a Native American tribe in southern Colorado was trying to expand the collection in its humble library, she knew she could help.

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Music documentary ‘Carry the Tune’ screens on campus

Colorado State University is hosting the Northern Colorado screening of Carry the Tune on Sunday, April 19 at 4 p.m. in the Griffin Concert Hall at the University Center for the Arts.

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CSU Marching Band campaigns for new uniforms

Colorado State University’s Marching Band, which is composed of talented musicians from all eight colleges at CSU, has proven time and again its commitment to outstanding performances and inspiring Ram Pride. These efforts include the need for a first-rate visual presentation, and CSU has launched a fundraising campaign to purchase new uniforms.

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CSU symposium pays tribute to Gabriel García Márquez

In honor of the one-year anniversary of his death, Colorado State University’s Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Cultures is hosting a symposium to pay tribute to author Gabríel García Márquez. The symposium will take place from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Morgan Library on April 17.

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Broncos Institute to enroll 40 students for fall semester

New sports management minor draws undergraduates from across campus.

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CSU creative writing professor wins Guggenheim fellowship

Dan Beachy-Quick is the first CSU humanities professor to be awarded the prestigious fellowship.

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SoGES names 2015-16 Global Challenges Research Teams and Resident Fellows

Seven Teams and three Fellows receive support to advance sustainability research and cross-campus collaboration.

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