Researchers Jaclyn Stephens and Arlene Schmid plan to use brain imaging technologies to advance the scientific understanding of yoga therapy for adults with chronic brain injury.
Record number of students apply for on-campus housing for Fall 2022
infectious disease research
Photochemical device boosts CSU infectious disease research on vaccine-making
CSU System announces Presidential Search Committee members
School Is Cool
CSU community delivers in helping PSD students
CSU researchers reduce forecast but continue to predict active 2022 Atlantic hurricane season
The right message
Can social marketing keep wildlife – and you – safe? This CSU researcher says the right messaging can help
The Verena Biology Integration Institute will advance a cross-disciplinary research agenda that targets significant sources of emerging infectious diseases.
As CSU experiences a surge in 2022-23 enrollment, University Housing is excited to welcome an anticipated record number of first-year students to campus.
A new paper by Mostafa Yourdkhani details 3D printing techniques for manufacturing complex, unsupported shapes in carbon composite materials.
Dozens of high schoolers from across Colorado and beyond got a week-long preview of what life is like in CSU's College of Business during the inaugural First Generation Business Summit.
Hurricane researchers have reduced their forecast slightly but continue to call for an above-average Atlantic hurricane season in 2022.
Every day, an average of 20 veterans commit suicide in the U.S. This staggering figure is reflective of a “silent pandemic” where those who have served in the military are 15 times more likely to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, and five times more likely to experience depression.
"The launch of the fall semester at Colorado State University is a time that brings us all back together in a shared sense of Ram pride, and renewed energy for a new academic year. The return of students creates an excitement that inspires all of us."
CSU will be participating in an emergency simulation training from 12:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, that will simulate a real emergency in University Housing.
As CSU prepares to welcome students during Move-In Week, Housing & Dining Services is seeking additional help from the University community to get them settled in before they begin classes.
Simon Tavener has been named the interim dean of the College of Natural Sciences. He previously served as the college's executive associate dean for academics.
Colorado State University football is kicking off the Jay Norvell era against Middle Tennessee State on Saturday, Sept. 10, at Canvas Stadium, and CSU employees can get two complimentary tickets to the game.
Ram Walk — nearly 500 feet of Ram pride that connects CSU’s game day campus showcase — celebrates the CSU experience and its community of learners, educators, staff and alumni. Stretching from Canvas Stadium to the great green fields at the heart of campus, Ram Walk embodies CSU’s mission of service, learning, research, and outreach and unifies CSU’s game day experience the best of CSU that will be on display this fall. Read more about the creation of this year’s Ram Walk.
Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs Sue James and The Institute for Learning and Teaching honored five faculty for being the first group to earn recognition for the Teaching Effectiveness Initiative (TEI) at the TILT Summer Conference.
Nearly 200 volunteers took part in CSU’s signature outreach effort to provide backpacks filled with school supplies to Poudre School District students.
Elanco’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Sara Place, will join CSU's AgNext team and transition to her new role as associate professor of feedlot systems.
Colorado State University invites the public to vote on their favorite flowers from this year’s blooms during Public Evaluation Day on Saturday, Aug. 6 at the CSU Flower Trial Garden.
Colorado State University’s Health Network, the CSU School of Social Work and community partners are collaborating with Northern Colorado agencies to offer training about overdose prevention and using naloxone.
The Yellowstone River shattered its previous record and reached its highest water levels recorded since monitoring began almost 100 years ago. Although floods are a natural occurrence, human-caused climate change is making severe flooding events like this more common.
Putin’s popularity and the widespread impact of his propaganda are not accidental. Putin gives Russians what they have been missing since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 – a surge of national pride.
Millions of Americans enjoy observing and photographing wildlife near their homes or on trips. But when people get too close to wild animals, they risk serious injury or even death. It happens regularly, despite the threat of jail time and thousands of dollars in fines.
Especially in recent decades, steady progress in research, data and computing has enabled a “quiet revolution of numerical weather prediction.”
The Class of 2022 represent the very best of Colorado State University, showing courage in the face of adversity in the pursuit of their degrees. Meet just a few of the outstanding students who are graduating this spring.
Since the annual Celebrate! Colorado State has grown beyond the capacity to acknowledge all award recipients at a single event, the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President held a separate private luncheon this year to recognize its recipients for distinguished teaching and scholarship, faculty excellence, service, advising and leadership-related awards on behalf of the academic enterprise.
Snow removal crews arrive at campus at 3 a.m. to help clear snow, and it's a process that could last all day.
Joe Blake, chancellor emeritus of the CSU System and long-time advocate for higher education in Colorado, passed away Feb. 15 at the age of 86.
Beginning Saturday, Aug. 13, CSU Spur is launching “2nd Saturdays at CSU Spur” – while every day at Spur is free and open to the public, each 2nd Saturday of the month will offer extra programming and family-friendly fun for visitors
Steve Rosenberg is mentoring the next generation of accounting students through a scholarship and personal connections.
The ColoradoCast, the state’s only short-term economic forecast, forecasts that Colorado’s economic growth will slow considerably in the fourth quarter of 2022.
Arthur Valdez was the first person in his family to go to college, and said he felt a little lost when he stepped on the CSU campus for the first time. Now, he's acting as a mentor to first-generation students through a new scholarship.