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CSU grad students: Lettuce start eating more leafy greens

It’s not easy to make kale and chard sexy, but two Colorado State University graduate students have found clever ways to get everyone to eat more leafy greens in 2017.

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CSU students join thousands for celebration of women in computing

This past fall, 10 undergraduate computer science students attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing.

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Education student finds her passion pursuing school counseling degree

After producing videos for National Geographic, Meg Mealy realized her true calling was in school counseling.

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Service-learning course to work with youth in Baja California Sur

Colorado State University students are invited to enroll in a new 3-credit service learning program at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Mexico during the first two weeks of summer break 2017.

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Recreating conditions inside stars with compact lasers

Scientists offer a new path to creating the extreme conditions found in stars, using compact lasers and ultra-short pulses irradiating nanowires.

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Hughes’ passion shines through work with Seedstock Merchandising Team

Out of thousands of undergraduate students, only eight are selected each year to be members of the prestigious team that will be competing in the coming weeks at the National Western Stock Show. Rachel Hughes is one of those eight.

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Ag Ambassador on the frontlines of the National Western Stock Show

Wilson Ogg looks forward to this time of year. This is when he gets to be front and center at the National Western Stock Show – a nationally recognized Western heritage and entertainment event that attracts more than 650,000 visitors each year

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International neutrino experiment hands CSU the remote

CSU’s remote control room for Fermilab’s NOvA experiment is one of only 12 in the world.

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CSU explores collaborations between occupational therapy, early childhood education

“You don’t have to have a disability to benefit from occupational therapy,” says occupational therapist and CSU Assistant Professor Lisa Fyffe. “Occupational therapists can support the playfulness, development and learning of all children in small and large ways.”

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OT students build community partnerships through class projects

Second-year occupational therapy students at CSU had the opportunity to apply classroom learning in real-life situations this past semester.

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