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First online Systems Engineering Ph.D. grad leads the way for 80 peers

Like many other students who work full time, Brian Gallagher said without the online option he may never have been able to fit a doctorate into his already busy schedule.

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Forest service nursery gets an upgrade, courtesy of engineering students

The students have spent the past seven months making a brand-new seedling transport system, which they’ll present during E-Days.

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Artistic brain: Colorful neurons are CSU student’s inspiration for hand-dyed textile

Apparel design student Nogah Seidemann used a neurology experiment called Brainbow as inspiration for her hand-dyed textile showing in the 10th annual Art and Science Exhibition.

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She’s a hotshot: Sarah Whipple leads citizen science efforts

Sarah Whipple is an expert on insects after taking a leadership role in CSU-backed bioblitzes.

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Zookeeping is destiny for Carson Jones

As part of his master’s work at CSU, Jones is interning at Denver Zoo’s Toyota Elephant Passage.

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First-generation CSU veterinary student shows ‘This is what it looks like’

Inspired by her educational journey, Cindy Vaca volunteers for a community outreach program called Triunfo, helping Hispanic schoolchildren with homework and activities that boost knowledge in STEM.

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An introduction to possibilities: “Girls, meet Science. Science, meet Girls.”

Veterinarians, students and alumni introduced Colorado girls to veterinary medicine at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

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Chemistry-inspired film on display at Art and Science Exhibition

Julia Trowbridge’s film, The Chemist, combines the science of chemical reactions and poetry.

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Two students awarded the Gilman Scholarship for spring 2017

This semester, two Colorado State University students have been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to help fund their international education experiences.

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Ag student wins national discussion contest

Ryan O’Reilly, a senior majoring in agricultural and natural resource economics, is this year’s winner of the national collegiate discussion contest sponsored by the American Farm Bureau.

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