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CSU researcher pursues passion for children’s mental health

Melissa George hopes to shine a light on the often-neglected issue of promoting mental health for children and families.

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Accomplished chemist, scholar is new research assistant VP

The Office of the Vice President for Research has selected Ellen Fisher as the assistant vice president for strategic initiatives.

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New project to streamline diversity and inclusion in engineering curricula

A five-year, $1.9 million NSF grant will support integral components of engineering education at CSU.

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In deep underground neutrino experiment, CSU science rises to top

On July 21, scientists, engineers and partners around the world will gather in two places to break ground on a massive global physics experiment called DUNE.

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Legacies Project shares more foundational stories

The Legacies Project in the CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences was launched in 2012 as a way to chronicle the personal and professional histories of those who helped shape the college. This year, three new honorees were unveiled.

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CSU teacher and ultra-marathoner running for her son

Melissa Raguet-Schofield hoping to bring awareness to dyslexia – and a way to deal with it – by running 43 hard miles.

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Notaros named Fellow of Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society

He was honored for his exceptional achievements and outstanding contributions in applied computational electromagnetics.

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Wendy Fothergill honored for outstanding instruction

In recognition for her attention to student success and her ability to motivate students toward excellence, Wendy Fothergill of CSU’s School of Education was recently honored with a CSU Online Innovative Educator (OLIE) Award.

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Libby Barnes looks for extreme weather in the middle distance

Her aim is to understand extreme weather two weeks to two months in the advance – what’s called sub-seasonal timescales.

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Brian Dunbar: Leaving a legacy of environmental sustainability

Legacies, much like the ancient city of Rome, are not built in one day. The status of greatness is earned through will, passion and countless acts of selfless contributions toward something bigger than his or her self. This is Director of the Colorado State University Institute for the Built Environment and Professor Brian Dunbar’s story.

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