The liberal arts have been essential to Colorado State University since its first class in 1880.
A comprehensive schedule and guide to parking and detours.
Scenes from Founders Day
Colorado State celebrates its 150th birthday in style.
For the warriors
Basketball team honors cancer survivors with names on jerseys.
BEYOND THE A AND THE M
Take a look back at the College of Liberal Arts for CSU @ 150.
Black History Month
CSU is celebrating Black History Month with more than 30 events.
Take a look at recent research highlights from Colorado State University.
The installation, which opened in time for 2020 Founders Day on Feb. 11, celebrates Colorado State’s sesquicentennial and will be on display through April.
The Temple Grandin Equine Center will elevate CSU into a position of world leadership in equine-assisted activities and therapy.
Panelists will address the outbreak, its impact on public health, and CSU research.
A variety of events marked CSU's official 150th birthday on Feb. 11, 2020.
Geoscientist Sara Rathburn wades in the space where science and student success flow together.
The Sustainability Leadership Fellows program helps early career scientists have a greater impact and think more expansively about their work and its role in the world.
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CSU's Durrell Center will serve as the polling center for both the presidential primary election on March 3 and the general election on Nov. 3.
The project is dedicated to developing new tools, resources, and practices that enable colleges to create opportunities for every student to fully engage and succeed in college.
If scientists can identify what has been lost and retained here in the U.S., farmers, ranchers and communities can make more informed choices about managing their lands and the species that depend upon them.
Here is a brief look at the tax plans of the top eight candidates in the polls and what economists think about them.
It helps to think about the two types of soil carbon like a checking account and a savings account.
This new approach could foster a more realistic understanding of how pathogens are transmitted among species, including jumping into human populations.
This group was understaffed for eight months but showed exemplary teamwork and dedication to the office during this challenging time.
Associate Professor Del Harrow is the first faculty member of the Department of Art and Art History to receive a USA Fellowship.
Wayne F. Keim, 96, professor emeritus at Colorado State University, passed away in Fort Collins on February 11.
In an effort to expand assistance to employees seeking to resolve workplace issues, CSU has hired a new full-time ombuds.
CSU has welcomed more than 1,000 students from western colleges and universities to the weeklong Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival and the University Center for the Arts.
McNally is one of 126 researchers from the U.S. and Canada honored with the fellowship this year.
Josett Valdez (B.A., ’01, speech communication), chief development officer for the Red Cross of Colorado and Wyoming, comes to her leadership strengths by way of being a self-proclaimed introvert.
On April 30 at 1:30 p.m., the Colorado State University System will host a groundbreaking ceremony for its planned Spur campus at the National Western Center.
On Jan. 31, CSU System campuses and partners hosted the annual event designed to prepare more than 750 students for college and life after high school.
More than 20 students from Mongolia have received master’s degrees at CSU.
Denver Extension’s community outreach efforts and youth development programs are opportunities to bridge the rural-urban divide.
Data & Donuts and Coding & Cookies sessions take place in Computer Classroom 175 in Morgan Library. Sessions are free, but space is limited to 30 participants.
The event brings together cultural groups from CSU and the Fort Collins community to create a rich experience highlighting traditions, food, music, and dance from around the world.
Dr. Yvonne Cagle, NASA astronaut and a family physician, will provide the keynote address.
CSU’s Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging is inviting all community members interested in the ever-expanding world of healthy-aging research to an open house event on Wednesday, March 11.
Impending construction, road closures and detours on the three CSU campuses will be discussed during the 2020 Transportation Projects Fair on Feb. 27.
The first International Symposium, highlighting global dimensions to CSU teaching and learning, research and scholarship, will be held in the Lory Student Center.
The day will feature over 300 family-friendly science activities and presentations.
CSU students in the Department of Accounting and tax professionals in the community will be providing free tax return preparation for individuals.