Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell described a focus on strategic investments to enhance student success while also building on CSU’s outstanding leadership in research, as CSU’s Board of Governors voted today to approve a total budget of nearly $1.5 billion that restores funding to pre-pandemic levels for all campus within the CSU System.
Soil microbes metabolize the same polyphenols found in chocolate, wine.
Thriving Cities Challenge
Salazar Center announces Thriving Cities Challenge finalists, expanded funding support.
‘Movie Nights’ return to Canvas Stadium with live music July 9 and July 31.
CSU Energy Institute awarded $1 million from DOE to support energy innovation.
Gray Wolf Recovery
Cultural, belief system data can inform gray wolf recovery efforts in the U.S.
CSU researchers make first-ever discovery of Zika virus RNA in free-ranging African bats.
Pride Month features host of events and activities for community.
The challenge funds innovative nature-based solutions that improve the equity, health and resilience of urban communities in North America.
Upending long-held theories, CSU researchers offer new insights into the role of polyphenols in the soil microbiome.
The funding will help CSU create the Rockies/Plains Energy Accelerator for Commercializing Hardtech (REACH), in collaboration with Innosphere Ventures, the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory, and 22 other committed ecosystem partners.
CSU is a founding partner in a $110 million U.S. Department of Energy research network, the National Alliance for Water Innovation, focused on treatment and reuse technologies for wastewater, seawater and other untapped sources.
Colorado’s social environment is far more conducive to wolf recovery than states like Montana and Idaho.
The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is predicting 18 named storms in 2021, including Ana, which formed in May.
CSU, City of Fort Collins release annual drinking water quality report.
"Today, we remember George Floyd. To mark the anniversary of his death, Floyd’s family has asked us to 'Rise & Remember.'"
Employees can further take advantage of their Employee Study Privilege by taking courses through CSU Online, enjoying a flexible schedule and learning anytime, anywhere.
The second offering is being made available to help to address ongoing University budgetary and workforce challenges.
TCUs provide pathways to higher education that many Native students would not otherwise have due to geographic isolation, family and community responsibilities and poverty.
While severe droughts, hurricanes, rising oceans and climate migration can seem new and unique to our time, past crises carry important lessons about how changing climates can destabilize human societies.
Tennessee’s Constitution includes a provision that bars three groups from holding office: atheists, ministers and those engaging in duels.
The exponential growth in visitors is generating pollution and putting wildlife at risk to a degree that threatens the future of the park system.
A major part of this team’s efforts over the last year has involved COVID-related space-planning scenarios, based on regularly changing guidelines.
Fans are coming back to Canvas Stadium in a big way this summer with the return of the Movie Nights Series presented by Canvas Credit Union with support from McDonald's, The Group and Scheels.
The School of Education’s Student Affairs in Higher Education Program has been a fixture at Colorado State University for more than 50 years.
Fred Shook, who established the Broadcast Journalism Program at Colorado State University, died May 28, at the age of 78.
CSU’s Pride Resource Center and community partners are hosting a series of events for Pride Month focusing on LGBTQIA+ history and current issues facing the community.
A survey of Colorado mental health professionals in K-12 schools shows that more than 25% of their students became disengaged when they shifted to remote learning due to COVID-19 – and most of those were low-income students or students of color.
Posters and presentations from the virtual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity event are available online.
Meet several graduating Scott Scholars, and learn how the Walter Scott, Jr. Scholarship made a difference for them.
Meet just a few of the outstanding students who have earned their degrees at Colorado State University.
Student success would not be possible without strong collaborations across CSU. Partners in Student Success is a SOURCE special edition, published in partnership with the Division of Student Affairs, that highlights the power of collaboration and its impact on students.
Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of CSU students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff.
After opening in 2019, the Sturm Collaboration Campus in Castle Rock graduates its first class from the CSU Accounting Program.
The newly established VetRams Program is a partnership between the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and Adult Learner and Veteran Services to provide academic and financial support to student-veterans pursuing a professional degree in veterinary medicine.
Michelle Kelley is now the general manager of CSU Spur, bringing more than 20 years of property manager experience and a commitment to creating excellent experiences for both visitors and staff.
Vida, the first of three buildings to open at the CSU Spur campus, will offer real-life experiences paired with museum-like interactive exhibits to learners of all ages.